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  • Voice quality and f0 cues for affect expression: implications for synthesis 

    NI CHASAIDE, AILBHE; GOBL, CHRISTER; YANUSHEVSKAYA, IRENA (2005)
    Synthesised stimuli were used to investigate how two notionally separable dimensions of tone-of-voice ? voice quality and fundamental frequency ? are involved in the expression of affect. Listeners were presented with ...
  • Voice quality and f0 in prosody: towards a holistic account 

    NI CHASAIDE, AILBHE; GOBL, CHRISTER (2004)
    This paper presents a discussion of the role of voice quality in prosody. Illustrations from past production and perception data by the authors indicate that source parameters other than f0 are an inherent part of ...
  • Voice quality and loudness in affect perception 

    NI CHASAIDE, AILBHE; GOBL, CHRISTER; YANUSHEVSKAYA, IRENA (2008)
    Different voice qualities tend to vary in terms of their intrinsic loudness. Perceptual experiments have shown that voice quality variation can be strongly associated with the affective colouring of an utterance. The ...
  • Voice quality in affect cueing: does loudness matter? 

    GOBL, CHRISTER; NI CHASAIDE, AILBHE; YANUSHEVSKAYA, IRENA (2013)
    In emotional speech research, it has been suggested that loudness, along with other prosodic features, may be an important cue in communicating high activation affects. In earlier studies, we found different voice quality ...
  • Voice Quality Variation and the Perception of Affect: Continuous or Categorical? 

    NI CHASAIDE, AILBHE; GOBL, CHRISTER (2003)
    This paper explores the mapping of voice quality to affect, for a synthesised tense ? lax voice continuum. Two questions are of interest. Firstly, over such a continuum, do listeners? attributions of affect change in a ...
  • Voice-to-affect mapping: Inferences on language voice baseline settings 

    YANUSHEVSKAYA, IRENA; GOBL, CHRISTER; NI CHASAIDE, AILBHE (2017)
    Modulations of the voice convey affect, and the precise mapping of voice-to-affect may vary for different languages. However, affect-related modulations occur relative to the baseline affect-neutral voice, which tends to ...
  • Why Language Attitudes Matter: An evidence based approach 

    LEESON, LORRAINE; CONAMA, JOHN; SHEIKH, HAARIS (2015)