Voices of Attraction

@inproceedings{Madan2004VoicesOA,
  title={Voices of Attraction},
  author={Anmol Madan and Ron Caneel},
  year={2004}
}
Non-linguistic social signals (e.g., `tone of voice’) are often as important as linguistic content in predicting behavioural outcomes [1,2]. This paper describes four automated measures of such social signalling within the experimental context of speech in speed dating. 
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