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, Three examples of auditory cues for emotional expression as implemented in DAVID

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, Behavioural evidence for a sensory processing advantage to the self-body 18

. .. , 19 2.3 Schematic presentation of the creation of the stimulus material for Study 1 using emotional voice transformations

, 23 2.5 Differences between the implicit and explicit task depending on speaker identity

, Response accuracies in the implicit task

, Response accuracies in the explicit task

. .. The-mismatch-negativity, 34 3.2 Schematic representation of the application of DAVID in the mismatch negativity study

, Acoustic content of two representative stimuli used in Study 3, p.38

, Schematic representation of the oddball sequences for the self (above) and other (below) conditions

, Grand-average ERPs to the self (solid lines) and other (dashed lines) standard and deviant stimuli

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. .. , Schematic representation of the use of DAVID to apply parametrically controlled changes of pitch on running speech, p.51

, The visual other-race effect

, Schematic representation of the use of DAVID to create the emotional transformations in Study 5

. .. , Unbiased hit rates for each emotion category, p.64

, Schematic representation of the use of DAVID to apply parametrically controlled changes of pitch in running speech in Study 6, p.68

. .. , The effect of language familiarity on accuracies, p.70

, The effect of speaker and listener sex

. .. Example-of-facsgen, 76 5.2 An overview of the several ways voice transformations were used in this thesis

, Emotion recogntion raw hit rates

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. .. Recorded-words,

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. .. Deviant-parameter-values, 38 3.2 Recorded sentences, p.61

, Cohen's d and probability of inferiority (POI) of the naturalness ratings for each emotional transformation compared to natural emotional voices, p.86

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