By Aijun Li
This e-book addresses the topic of emotional speech, in particular its encoding and deciphering technique in the course of interactive verbal exchange, in accordance with a higher model of Brunswik’s Lens version. the method is proven to be motivated via the speaker’s and the listener’s linguistic and cultural backgrounds, in addition to by way of the transmission channels used. via either psycholinguistic and phonetic research of emotional multimodality info for 2 typologically varied languages, i.e., chinese language and jap, the publication demonstrates and elucidates the mutual and differing deciphering and encoding schemes of emotional speech in chinese language and eastern.
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