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<p>This study investigates the effects of emotional voices (expressing neutral emotion, sadness, and happiness) on a judgement of a speaker's age. An experiment was conducted to explore whether happy voices sound younger than neutral and sad voices. The identification of 24 speakers' ages (12 of each gender) based on their emotional voices was done by 40 participants. The speakers' ages were 24-75 years. Participants identified the age of each speaker only by hearing his/her emotional voice.doi:10.5539/ijps.v8n4p71 fatcat:tizamwow5re35cmhf4hsqq3a4y