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Sigma KEE - EmotionalSpeakingBehavior
An emotional behavioral process is the behavior of the organism in response to the appraisal, which includes the characteristic facial expressions for particular emotion types.
which involves his/her vocal cords.
The vocal utterances associated with the characteristic sound of an emotion. Obviously, any particular emotional instance may be associated with a great variety of different types of voice utterances or no voice utterances at all. However, "canonical" or characteristic voice utterances can be associated with core emotions.
Remaining silent, not producing spoken utterances.
Speaking behavior in which a long utterance is produced.
Speaking behavior in which a short utterance is produced.
Speaking with a voice that is confident and assertive.
Speaking in a manner that is faster than the norm for that person.
Speaking in a manner that is slower than the norm for that person.
Speaking in a manner which is disturbed relative to what is the norm for that person.
Speaking with a voice louder than usual.
Speaking with a voice softer than usual.
Speaking with an altered rhythm or melody of speech relative to the norm for that person.
Speaking with a voice that is hesitant or trembling.
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