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Vocal Expression Model

Differentiate 28 kinds of human vocalization that are recognized as conveying distinct emotional meanings—and the multiplicity of ways that they can be blended together

EmotionsAdoration, Amusement, Anger, Awe, Confusion, Contempt, Contentment, Desire, Disappointment, Disgust, Distress, Ecstasy, Embarrassment, Excitement, Fear, Horror, Interest, Joy, Pain, Realization, Relief, Sadness, Surprise, Sympathy, Tiredness, and more
Relevant publicationsMapping 24 emotions conveyed by brief human vocalizationMapping the passions: Toward a high-dimensional taxonomy of emotional experience and expression

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