Contextualising courtship: Exploring male body odour effects on vocal modulation

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Description: Men’s and women’s vocal changes (mean and variability (SD, CV) of voice fundamental frequency (F0), and similar measures of intensity) in the presence and absence of the odour (high- or low-quality, with or without added androstadienone) in responses to opposite-sex targets of varying attractiveness.

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Voice characteristics are important to communicate socially relevant information. Recent research has shown that individuals alter their voices depending on the context of social interactions and perceived characteristics of the audience, and this affects how they are perceived. Numerous studies have also shown that the presence of bodily odours can elicit psychological changes in people. Here, we...

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