Tone-affect compatibility with affective stimuli and affective responses

Horstmann G (2010)
QUARTERLY JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY 63(11): 2239-2250.

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Three experiments examine multimodal integration of tone pitch (high/low), facial expression stimuli (happy/angry), and responses (happy/angry) in a compatibility paradigm. When the participants' task is to imitate facial expressions (Experiment 1), smiles are facilitated by high tones whereas frowns are facilitated by low tones. Experiments 2 and 3 further analyse this effect and show that there is both integration between the tone stimulus and the facial stimulus and between the tone stimulus and the facial response. Results suggest that pitch height is associated with emotion. An interpretation in terms of an embodied cognition approach that emphasizes an interweavement of perception and action is discussed.
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Horstmann G. Tone-affect compatibility with affective stimuli and affective responses. QUARTERLY JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY. 2010;63(11):2239-2250.
Horstmann, G. (2010). Tone-affect compatibility with affective stimuli and affective responses. QUARTERLY JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY, 63(11), 2239-2250.
Horstmann, G. (2010). Tone-affect compatibility with affective stimuli and affective responses. QUARTERLY JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY 63, 2239-2250.
Horstmann, G., 2010. Tone-affect compatibility with affective stimuli and affective responses. QUARTERLY JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY, 63(11), p 2239-2250.
G. Horstmann, “Tone-affect compatibility with affective stimuli and affective responses”, QUARTERLY JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY, vol. 63, 2010, pp. 2239-2250.
Horstmann, G.: Tone-affect compatibility with affective stimuli and affective responses. QUARTERLY JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY. 63, 2239-2250 (2010).
Horstmann, Gernot. “Tone-affect compatibility with affective stimuli and affective responses”. QUARTERLY JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY 63.11 (2010): 2239-2250.
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