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Proceeding of Fourth International Conference on Spoken Language Processing. ICSLP '96
Speech production is always accompanied by facial and gestural activity. The present study is part of a broader research project on how head movements and facial expressions are related to voice variations in different speech situations. Ten normal subjects were recorded while reading aloud, answering yes/no questions, and dialoguing with an interviewer. Rapid rising-falling eyebrow movements produced by the subjects as they spoke were associated with Fo rises in only 71% of the cases. Thisdoi:10.1109/icslp.1996.607235 fatcat:5rf6pqra4vgerepi7jgmfnn4sy