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|Title:||Perception of emotion in vocal timbre: priming and likert scale datasets||Contributor(s):||Spreadborough, Kristal (creator) ; Anton-Mendez, Ines (supervisor)||Publication Date:||2018||Handle Link:||https://hdl.handle.net/1959.11/27670||Abstract/Context:||These files contain data gathered from experiments run by Kristal Spreadborough as part of her PhD thesis (submitted 2018). The thesis investigates vocal timbre and emotion, as outlined in the following brief thesis abstract:
Vocal timbre is a salient musical feature. However little research exists on if and how vocal timbre impacts perception (particularly emotional perception), and there are few techniques available which allow one to analyse vocal timbre in musical contexts. This thesis develops a new analytical technique for vocal timbre based on the hypothesis that emotion expressed in vocal timbre impacts emotional perception of lyrics. In this way, whilecontributing a much needed analytical technique for vocal timbre, this thesis also 1) adds to our understanding of how such a musical feature impacts perception, and 2) is part of a growing trend to use interdisciplinary methods to inform musicological enquiry.
|Publication Type:||Dataset||Field of Research (FOR):||190409 Musicology and Ethnomusicology
200499 Linguistics not elsewhere classified
|Socio-Economic Objective (SEO):||970117 Expanding Knowledge in Psychology and Cognitive Sciences
970120 Expanding Knowledge in Language, Communication and Culture
|HERDC Category Description:||X Dataset||Description:||This dataset is associated with the PhD thesis of Kristal Spreadborough, "Voices Within Voices: Developing a New Analytical Approach to Vocal Timbre by Examining the Interplay of Emotionally Valenced Vocal Timbres and Emotionally Valenced Lyrics". This file contains all the data associated with experiments run as part of thesis. Specifically, these files include forms, stimuli, scripts, data, and analysis for the three experiment conducted as part of Kristal Spreadborough's PhD.||Primary Contact Details:||Kristal Spreadborough - email@example.com||Dataset Custodian Details:||Kristal Spreadborough - firstname.lastname@example.org|
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