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Title The Oxford handbook of voice perception / edited by Sascha Frühholz and Pascal Belin
Edition First edition
Published Oxford : Oxford University Press, 2019


Description 1 online resource (xxxv, 939 pages) : illustrations (some color)
Series Oxford handbooks
Oxford handbooks.
Contents The science of voice perception / Sascha Frühholz, Pascal Belin -- One step beyond: musical expertise and word learning / Stefan Elmer, Eva Dittinger, Mireille Besson -- Social perception in infancy: An integrative perspective on the development of voice and face perception / Evelyne Mercure, Laura Kischkel -- Neural Responses to Infant Vocalisations in Adult Listeners / Katherine S. Young, Christine E. Parsons, Alan Stein, Peter Vuust, Michelle G. Craske, Morten L. Kringelbach -- Comparative perspectives on communication in human and nonhuman primates: Grounding meaning in broadly conserved processes of voice production, perception, affect and cognition / Alan K.S. Nielsen, Drew Rendall -- Linking vocal learning to social reward in the brain: Proposed neural mechanisms of socially guided song learning / Samantha Carouso Peck, Michael H. Goldstein -- Voice sensitive regions, neurons and multisensory pathways in the primate brain / Catherine Perrodin, Christopher I. Petkov -- Voice perception across species / Attila Andics, Tamás Faragó -- Emotional and social communication in nonhuman animals / Charles T. Snowdon -- Dual stream models of auditory vocal communication / Josef P. Rauschecker -- The neural network underlying the processing of affective vocalizations / Sascha Frühholz, Leonardo Ceravolo -- Ancient of days: The vocal pattern as primordial big bang of communication / Diana Van Lancker Sidtis -- The electrophysiology and time-course of processing vocal emotion expressions / Silke Paulmann, Sonja A. Kotz -- Amygdala processing of vocal emotions / Jocelyne C. Whitehead, Jorge L. Armony -- Laughing out loud! Investigations on different types of laughter / Kai Alter, Dirk Wildgruber -- Recognizing speakers across languages / Tyler K. Perrachione -- Perceiving speaker identity from the voice / Stefan R. Schweinberger, Romi Zäske -- Perceptual correlates and cerebral representation of voices-identity, gender, and age / Marianne Latinus, Romi Zäske -- The perception of personality traits from voices / Phil McAleer, Pascal Belin -- Vocal attractiveness / Katarzyna Pisanski, David R. Feinberg -- Voice processing: Implications for earwitness testimony / Sarah Stevenage -- Voices in the context of human faces and bodies / Benjamin Kreifelts, Thomas Ethofer -- The "Vocal Brain": Core and extended cerebral networks for voice processing / Pascal Belin -- Linguistic 'first impressions': Accents as cue to person perception / Patricia E.G. Bestelmeyer -- Voice morphing / Kawahara Skuk -- Machine-based decoding of voices and human speech / Alessandro Vinciarelli -- Machine-based decoding of paralinguistic vocal features / Maximilian Schmitt, Björn W. Schuller -- Neurocomputational models of voice and speech perception / Bernd J. Kröger -- Voice and speech synthesis -- highlighting control of prosody / Keikichi Hirose -- Voice biometrics for forensic speaker recognition applications / Volker Dellwo, Peter French, Lei He -- Impairments in decoding vocal emotion in schizophrenia and bipolar disorder / David I. Leitman, Sarah M. Haigh -- Perception of voices that do not exist: Neuronal mechanisms in clinical and non-clinical hallucinations / Kristiina Kompus, Kenneth Hugdahl -- Deficits in voice-identity processing: Acquired and developmental phonagnosia / Claudia Roswandowitz, Corrina Maguinness, Katharina von Kriegstein -- Acoustic patterning of emotion vocalizations / Klaus R. Scherer -- Voice processing in dementia / Jennifer L. Agustus, Julia C. Hailstone, Jason D Warren -- Acoustic properties of infant-directed speech / Yuanyuan Wang, Derek M. Houston, Amanda Seidl -- The singing voice / Johan Sundberg -- Suprasegmental speech prosody and the human brain: The acoustic and vocal features and the evolutionary architecture of the brain / Martin Meyer, Matthias Keller, Nathalie Giroud -- Reconsidering the nature of voice / Jody Kreiman, Bruce R. Gerratt -- Voice perception in newborns and infants / Natacha Paquette, Emmanuelle Dionne-Dostie, Maryse Lassonde, Anne Gallagher
Summary Speech perception has been the focus of innumerable studies over the past decades. While our abilities to recognize individuals by their voice state plays a central role in our everyday social interactions, limited scientific attention has been devoted to the perceptual and cerebral mechanisms underlying nonverbal information processing in voices. The Oxford Handbook of Voice Perception takes a comprehensive look at this emerging field and presents a selection of current research in voice perception. The forty chapters summarise the most exciting research from across several disciplines covering acoustical, clinical, evolutionary, cognitive, and computational perspectives. In particular, this handbook offers an invaluable window into the development and evolution of the 'vocal brain', and considers in detail the voice processing abilities of non-human animals or human infants. By providing a full and unique perspective on the recent developments in this burgeoning area of study, this text is an important and interdisciplinary resource for students, researchers, and scientific journalists interested in voice perception
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Notes Print version record
Subject Speech perception -- Handbooks, manuals, etc
Speech perception.
Genre/Form manuals (instructional materials)
Handbooks and manuals.
Handbooks and manuals.
Guides et manuels.
Form Electronic book
Author Frühholz, Sascha, editor
Belin, Pascal, editor
ISBN 9780191841668
Other Titles Handbook of voice perception
Voice perception