vocal cues

vocal cues

a category of nonverbal communication that includes all the noises and sounds that are extra-speech sounds and convey meaning.
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Vocal cues convey certain personal characteristics and attitudes.
Meanwhile, Nexidia offers a solution that enables organizations to capture and analyze vocal cues to more effectively understand what's happening in conversations with customers so they can both improve the customer experience and meet their other goals.
Vocal cues can reveal some emotions, but movement is more significant, especially in conveying subtle moods such as annoyance or more serious ones such as being frightened, stressed or in pain.
Throughout this article, I have suggested that the ability to use and understand those vocal cues for continuation and discontinuation is based on our ordinary phonological competence.
It swaps images for sounds and uses vocal cues for navigation.
Playing recorded voices to elephants "was a way of getting at whether they could pick up very subtle vocal cues to pick out which were the most dangerous situations, when faced with a really versatile predator," she says.
You can look for facial, body language, and vocal cues that the visitor has not been able to diffuse their heated emotions despite your best efforts.
This result indicates that cats are able to use vocal cues alone to distinguish between humans.
It considers the bigger picture of the cost of workplace deception for all, examines the psychology of why people lie in the workplace and what kinds of lies they perpetuate, and it considers solid ways that body language and vocal cues can help identify these liars.
Though some previous research has examined how speech can influence these patterns, this study is among the first few to examine non-verbal vocal cues like laughter.
You can also use vocal cues to select applications, open notifications, set reminders and ask Glass if your best friend is in the area.
Radio station information, time and settings are all assisted by vocal cues.