Does scary music mimic biological voice signals of threat?

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Music may communicate emotions by mimicking vocal affective cues (i.e. laughter or sighs). While many examples of this practice exist, it is unknown whether the musical imitations are perceived similarly to the actual vocal cues. We investigate this question by testing whether the same neural networks respond to both a vocal cue (a scream) and its musical imitation (scream-like music). Our stimuli...

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    Trevor, Fernandez & Frühholz

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