Carolyn McGettigan, BA(Hons), PhD

Affiliations: 
Psychology Royal Holloway, University of London, Egham, England, United Kingdom 
Area:
Speech, vocal communication, cognitive neuroscience
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Njie S, Lavan N, McGettigan C. (2022) Talker and accent familiarity yield advantages for voice identity perception: A voice sorting study. Memory & Cognition
Belyk M, Waters S, Kanber E, et al. (2022) Individual differences in vocal size exaggeration. Scientific Reports. 12: 2611
Zhang Z, McGettigan C, Belyk M. (2022) Speech timing cues reveal deceptive speech in social deduction board games. Plos One. 17: e0263852
Waters S, Kanber E, Lavan N, et al. (2021) Singers show enhanced performance and neural representation of vocal imitation. Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London. Series B, Biological Sciences. 376: 20200399
Bradshaw AR, McGettigan C. (2021) Convergence in voice fundamental frequency during synchronous speech. Plos One. 16: e0258747
Kanber E, Lavan N, McGettigan C. (2021) Highly accurate and robust identity perception from personally familiar voices. Journal of Experimental Psychology. General
Lavan N, Kreitewolf J, Obleser J, et al. (2021) Familiarity and task context shape the use of acoustic information in voice identity perception. Cognition. 215: 104780
Lavan N, Smith HMJ, McGettigan C. (2021) Unimodal and cross-modal identity judgements using an audio-visual sorting task: Evidence for independent processing of faces and voices. Memory & Cognition
Lavan N, Smith H, Jiang L, et al. (2021) Explaining face-voice matching decisions: The contribution of mouth movements, stimulus effects and response biases. Attention, Perception & Psychophysics
Knight S, Lavan N, Torre I, et al. (2021) EXPRESS: The Influence of Perceived Vocal Traits on Trusting Behaviours in an Economic Game. Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology (2006). 17470218211010144
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