About 34 results for the topic "non verbal speech"
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By s condron · 2021 · cited by 2 — as well as speech, human conversation comprises non-verbal vocalisations such as laughter, fillers, sneezes, and breaths. nvvs carry information ...
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The most frequent non-verbal vocalisation are laughter on the one hand and, if considered a vocal sound, breathing noises on the other. 1. introduction.
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This research aims at knowing: (1) the realization of politeness of verbal and non-verbal directive speech acts of students,. (2) deviations on ...
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Verbal dyspraxia often occurs with language impairment (aphasia). “dyspraxia means someone has difficulty planning and coordinating the muscle movements needed ...
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... encompassing all kinds of non- verbal/paralinguistic phenomena such as emotional user ... (the existing aibo speech recognition module was not used).
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Conclusions: presently, pediatricians and service provid- ers are unable to provide evidence-based treatment recom- mendations regarding speech ...
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Abstract—this paper presents a new classification algorithm for real-time inference of affect from non-verbal features of speech.
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The examiner not "help" the patient with verbal or non-verbal cues. ... 3 = mute, global aphasia; no usable speech or auditory comprehension. ______. 10.
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By i azemi — unintentionally, without the use of speech or writing. nonverbal communication plays a very important role in communication. signals from non-verbal ...