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Emotions in the human voice

Author: Krzysztof Izdebski
Publisher: San Diego, CA : Plural Pub., ©2008-
Edition/Format:   Print book : EnglishView all editions and formats
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"This book introduces foundations of vocal examined emotions and the vocal expressions of affective states are included. Theoretical aspects of emotions in the human voice are, incorporating both historical perspectives as well as new theoretical approaches. Vocal aspects of affective states are approached from many points of view and linked with affective dimensions and categories. Discussed among the nonverbal
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Material Type: Internet resource
Document Type: Book, Internet Resource
All Authors / Contributors: Krzysztof Izdebski
ISBN: 9781597560733 1597560731 9781597561181 1597561185 9781597561198 1597561193
OCLC Number: 176648949
Description: volumes <1-3> : illustrations ; 26 cm
Contents: V. 1. Foundations --
v. 2. Clinical evidence --
v. 3. Culture and perception. v. 1. Foundations --
Erotic and Orgasmic Vocalization : Myth, Reality, or Both? / Krzysztof Izdebski --
A Rationale for Exploring Vocal Pleasantness / Deryle Lonsdale, Matthew P. Spackman, and Bruce L. Brown --
A Unified Model of Cognition, Emotion, and Action and Its Relation to Vocally Encoded Cognitive-Affective States / Branka Zei Pollermann and Krzysztof Izdebski --
Anger or Fear? : Cross-Cultural Multimodal Interpretations of Emotional Expressions / Åsa Abelin --
Brain Correlates of Vocal Emotional Processing in Men and Women / Annett Schirmer and Elizabeth Simpson --
Emotion-Related Vocal Acoustics : Cue-Configuration, Dimensional, and Affect-Induction Perspectives / Jo-Anne Bachorowski and Michael J. Owren --
Emotions in Spoken Finnish : Cues for the Human Listener and the Computer / Juhani Toivanen, Tapio Seppänen, and Eero Väyrynen --
Judgments of the Affective Valence of Spontaneous Vocalizations : The Influence of Situational Context / Arvid Kappas and Natalia Poliakova --
Modification of Emotional Speech and Voice Quality Based on Changes to the Vocal Tract Structure / Brad H. Story --
Perception of Emotions Expressed via Speech and Nonlinguistic Vocalizations / Shirley Fecteau and Pascal Belin --
Research on Vocal Expression of Emotion : State of the Art and Future Directions / Petri Laukka --
The Role of Voice in the Expression and Perception of Emotions / Anne-Maria Laukkanen [and others] --
Universality and Diversity in the Vocalization of Emotions / Jörg Zinken, Monja Knoll, and Jaak Panksepp --
Voice Fundamental Frequency Changes as a Function of Foreign Languages Familiarity : An Emotional Effect? / Kati Järvinen, Anne-Maria Laukkanen, and Krzysztof Izdebski --
Voice and Affect in Speech Communication / Geneviève Caelen-Haumont and Branka Zei Pollermann. v. 2. Clinical Evidence --
Autonomic Determinants of Vocal Expression of Emotions / Branka Zei Pollermann --
Brain Mechanisms for Social Perception / Elizabeth J. Carter and Kevin A. Pelphrey --
Child Speech and Emotions : A Cross-Linguistic Perspective / Ioulia Grichkovtsova and Ineke Mennen --
Conveyance of Emotion in Postlaryngectomy Communication / Philip C. Doyle --
Impact of Cleft Lip and Palate (CLP) and Velopharyngeal Insufficiency (VPI) on Emotive Aspects of Voice and Speech / Maria A. Hortis-Dzierzbicka and Krzysztof Izdebski --
The Estill Voice Model : Physiology of Emotion / Kimberly M. Steinhauer and Jo Estill --
Neurology and Clinical Considerations of Affective Prosody / Marilee Monnot [and others] --
Pathologic Phonation Connotes and Evokes Wrong Emotive Reactions in Listeners / Krzysztof Izdebski --
Perception of Emotion in Impaired Facial and Vocal Expression / Ingrid Verduyckt and Dominique Morsomme --
The Music of Language : The Importance of Prosody and Non-Verbal Communication in the Dyadic Interaction Between Infant and Caregiver / Victoria Stevens --
Psychobiological Framework of Stress and Voice : A Psychobiological Framework for Studying Psychological Stress and Its Relation to Voice Disorders / Maria Dietrich and Katherine Verdolini --
The Role of Auditory Feedback in Nonverbal Vocal Behavior of Normally Hearing and Hearing Impaired Infants / Elisabeth Scheiner and Kurt Hammerschmidt --
The Vocal Dance of Seduction : From Being Anyone to Being Someone --
Vocal Indicators of Coping Style in Patients with Breast Cancer : A Pilot Study / Branka Zei Pollermann and Jürg Bernhard --
Why Are We Attracted to Certain Voices? : Voice as an Evolved Medium for the Transmission of Psychological and Biological Information / Susan M. Hughes and Gordon G. Gallup, Jr. --
From Perception to Communication : Sensolinguistic Therapy to Restore Voice and Vocal Emotions / Lilla-Teresa Sadowski [and others] --
Restoration of Vocal and Facial Emotive Production in Tardive Dyskinesia, Cerebral Palsy, and Closed Head Injury Using Selective Chemical Denervation / Krzysztof Izdebski and Raul M. Cruz --
A Comprehensive Model of How the Stress Chain Affects Voice / Willy A.R. Wellens and Magda J.M.C. van Opstal --
Vocal Psychodynamics in the Voice Clinic / Mara Behlau and Gisele Gasparini. v. 3. Culture and perception --
Research on emotional perception of voices based on a morphing method / Kazuhiko Kakehi, Yuko Sogabe, and Hideki Kawahara --
A paralinguistic template for creating persona in interactive voice response (IVR) systems / Osamuyimen Thompson Stewart --
Memory for emotional tone of voice / John W. Mullennix --
Assessing voice characteristics of depression among English- and Spanish- speaking populations / Gerardo M. González and Amy L. Ramos --
Automatic discrimination of emotion from voice : a review of research paradigms / Juhani Toivanen, Tapio Seppänen, and Eero Väyrynen --
Dazed and confused : possible processing constraints on emotional response to information-dense motivational speech / Claude Steinberg --
Emotion processing deficits in functional voice disorders / Janet E. Baker and Richard D. Lane --
Emotions, anthropomorphism of speech synthesis, and psychophysiology / Mirja Ilves and Veikko Surakka --
LUCIA : a new emotive/expressive Italian talking head / Piero Cosi and Carlo Drioli --
Perceptions of Japanese anime voices by Hebrew speakers / Mihoko Teshigawara [and others] --
Recognition of vocal and facial emotions : comparison between Japanese and North Americans / Sumi Shigeno --
Automatic recognition of emotive voice and speech / Julia Sidorova and Toni Badia --
The context of voice and emotion : a voiceover artist's perspective / Kathleen Antonia Tarr --
Tokin tuf : true grit in the voice of virility / Claude Steinberg --
Vocal expressions of emotions and personalities in Japanese anime / Mihoko Teshigawara --
Dubbing in Brazilian Portuguese : an analysis of characters voices in children's movies / Mara Behlau and Gisele Gasparini --
Voice and emotions in the Philippine culture / Juliana Sustento Seneriches --
The strains of the voice / Steven Connor --
Approaches to emotional expressivity in synthetic speech / Marc Schröder.
Responsibility: edited by Krzystof Izdebski.
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