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Silke Paulmann
University of Essex
68Publications
22H-index
1,408Citations
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#2Netta WeinsteinH-Index: 24
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Directive communications play a critical role in infants’ and young children’s daily routines as they are regularly guided by close others. An extensive literature describes two ways of directing action, autonomy support and control. These motivational qualities are thought to be especially important to development since they shape well-being, learning, and exploration. The way in which such motivations are communicated through tone of voice may be especially important for preverbal infants, who...
#1Netta Weinstein (Cardiff University)H-Index: 24
#2Maarten Vansteenkiste (UGent: Ghent University)H-Index: 68
Last.Silke Paulmann (University of Essex)H-Index: 22
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#1Claudia FelserH-Index: 83
#2Silke PaulmannH-Index: 22
Last.Christopher BarryH-Index: 25
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One important organizational property of morphology is competition. Different means of expression are in conflict with each other for encoding the same grammatical function. In the current study, we examined the nature of this control mechanism by testing the formation of comparative adjectives in English during language production. Event-related brain potentials (ERPs) were recorded during cued silent production, the first study of this kind for comparative adjective formation. We specifically ...
It has repeatedly been argued that individual differences in personality influence emotion processing, but findings from both the facial and vocal emotion recognition literature are contradictive, suggesting a lack of reliability across studies. To explore this relationship further in a more systematic manner using the Big Five Inventory, we designed two studies employing different research paradigms. Study 1 explored the relationship between personality traits and vocal emotion recognition accu...
#1Silke Paulmann (University of Essex)H-Index: 22
#2Netta Weinstein (Cardiff University)H-Index: 24
Last.Konstantina Zougkou (University of Essex)H-Index: 7
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Motivating communications are a frequent experience within daily life. Recently, it has been found that two types of motivations are spoken with distinct tones of voices: control (pressure) is spoken with a low pitched, loud tone of voice, fast speech rate, and harsh sounding voice quality; autonomy (support) is spoken with a higher pitched, quieter tone of voice and a slower speech rate. These two motivational tones of voice also differentially impact listeners' well-being. Yet, little is known...
#1Silke Paulmann (University of Essex)H-Index: 22
#2Sonja A. Kotz (UM: Maastricht University)H-Index: 51
Alcoholism is associated with difficulties in perceiving emotions through nonverbal channels including prosody. The question whether these difficulties persist to long-term abstinence has, however, received little attention.In a 2-part investigation, emotional prosody production was investigated in long-term abstained alcoholics and age- and education-matched healthy controls. First, participants were asked to produce semantically neutral sentences in different emotional tones of voice. Samples ...
#1Claudia FelserH-Index: 83
#2Silke PaulmannH-Index: 22
Last.Christopher BarryH-Index: 25
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One important organizational property of morphology is competition. Different means of expression are in conflict with each other for encoding the same grammatical function. In the current study, we examined the nature of this control mechanism by testing the formation of comparative adjectives in English during language production. Event-related brain potentials (ERPs) were recorded during cued silent production, the first study of this kind for comparative adjective formation. We specifically ...
#1Patricia Garrido-Vásquez (MPG: Max Planck Society)H-Index: 4
#2Marc D. Pell (McGill University)H-Index: 33
Last.Sonja A. Kotz (UM: Maastricht University)H-Index: 51
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Evidence suggests that emotion is represented supramodally in the human brain. Emotional facial expressions, which often precede vocally expressed emotion in real life, can modulate event-related potentials (N100 and P200) during emotional prosody processing. To investigate these cross-modal emotional interactions, two lines of research have been put forward: cross-modal integration and cross-modal priming. In cross-modal integration studies, visual and auditory channels are temporally aligned, ...
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