New paper out this month in PNAS, in which we use new audio software (CLEESE) to deploy reverse-correlation in the space of speech prosody, and uncover robust and shared mental representations of trustworthiness and dominance in a speaker’s voice. The paper is open-access, data and analysis code freely available at https://zenodo.org/record/1186278 and the CLEESE software is open-source and available as a free download here.
Ponsot, E., Burred, JJ., Belin, P. & Aucouturier, JJ. (2018) Cracking the social code of speech prosody using reverse correlation, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. [html] [pdf]
Australia Science Channel: https://australiascience.tv/how-to-make-a-good-impression-its-not-what-you-say-its-how-you-say-it/