The sound of emotional prosody: A research review

People talk to share ideas, facts, and feelings. When we listen to someone speaking, it’s not just about the words they say. The way they sound can also tell us a lot—for example, about the age, size, or even mood of the person speaking. This sound of emotional prosody has been studied for decades. An interdisciplinary team of researchers, including the Max Planck Institute for Empirical Aesthetics (MPIEA) in Frankfurt am Main recently published a review of the current state of research on this topic.

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