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    Selective attention to emotional prosody in social anxiety: a dichotic listening study.Virginie Peschard, Eva Gilboa-Schechtman & Pierre Philippot - 2017 - Cognition and Emotion 31 (8):1749-1756.
    The majority of evidence on social anxiety -linked attentional biases to threat comes from research using facial expressions. Emotions are, however, communicated through other channels, such as voice. Despite its importance in the interpretation of social cues, emotional prosody processing in SA has been barely explored. This study investigated whether SA is associated with enhanced processing of task-irrelevant angry prosody. Fifty-three participants with high and low SA performed a dichotic listening task in which pairs of male/female voices were presented, one (...)
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    Social anxiety and information processing biases: An integrated theoretical perspective.Virginie Peschard & Pierre Philippot - 2016 - Cognition and Emotion 30 (4).
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    Involuntary processing of social dominance cues from bimodal face-voice displays.Virginie Peschard, Pierre Philippot & Eva Gilboa-Schechtman - 2018 - Cognition and Emotion 32 (1):1-11.
    Social-rank cues communicate social status or social power within and between groups. Information about social-rank is fluently processed in both visual and auditory modalities. So far, the investigation on the processing of social-rank cues has been limited to studies in which information from a single modality was assessed or manipulated. Yet, in everyday communication, multiple information channels are used to express and understand social-rank. We sought to examine the voluntary nature of processing of facial and vocal signals of social-rank using (...)
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