On Voice, April 29 2009

It’s Not What You Say…It’s How You Responsively Vary the Physical Dimensions of Your Voice Greg Schell and Dominique Vuvan (Psychology) We propose that beyond the exchange of specific information, the physical dimensions (pitch, timbre etc.) of one’s voice can also be laden with consequential non-verbal information that helps determine social status. While these dimensions […]

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