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Auf dieser Seite finden Sie eine Auswahl wissenschaftlicher Publikationen der Forscher/innen und Dozent/innen von Saphire Solutions mit besonderer Relevanz für unsere Consulting Programme.

 

Niebuhr, O. (2007). Perzeption und kognitive Verarbeitung der Sprechmelodie. Theoretische Grundlagen und empirische Untersuchungen. Berlin/New York: de Gruyter.

Niebuhr, O. (2010). On the phonetics of intensifying emphasis in German. Phonetica 67, 170-198.

Niebuhr, O. (2014). „A little more ironic“ – Voice quality and segmental reduction differences between sarcastic and neutral utterances. Proc. 7th International Conference of Speech Prosody, Dublin, Ireland, 1-5.

Michalsky, J. (2014). Scaling of final rises in German questions and statements. Proc. 7th International Conference of Speech Prosody, Dublin, Ireland, 978–982.

Michalsky, J. (2015). Phonetic effects of speaking style on final rises in German questions and statements. Proceedings of ICPhS 18, Glasgow, Scotland.

Michalsky, J. (2015). Pitch scaling as a perceptual cue for questions in German“, Proceedings of INTERSPEECH 2015, Dresden, Germany.

Michalsky, J. (2016). Perception of pitch scaling in rising intonation. On the relevance of f0 median and speaking rate in German. Proceedings of P&P 12, Munich, Germany, 115-119.

Michalsky, J. & Schoormann, H. (2016). Effects of perceived attractiveness and likability on global aspects of fundamental frequency. Proceedings of P&P 12, Munich, Germany, 120–124.

Niebuhr, O., A. Brem, & J. Voße (2016). What makes a charismatic speaker? A computer-based acoustic-prosodic analysis of Steve Jobs‘ tone of voice. Computers in Human Behavior 64, 366-382.

Berger, S., O. Niebuhr, & B. Peters (2017). Winning over an audience. A perception-based analysis of prosodic features of charismatic speech. Proc. 43rd Annual Meeting of the German Acoustical Society, Kiel, Germany, 1454-1457.

Lommel, N. & Michalsky, J. (2017). Der Gipfel des Spotts. Die Ausrichtung von Tonhöhengipfeln als intonatorisches Indiz für Sarkasmus. In: Nataliya Levkovych & Aina Urdze (2017): Diversitas Linguarum 42. Universitätsverlag Dr. N. Brockmeyer: Bremen, 33-61.

Michalsky, J. (2017). Frageintonation im Deutschen. Zur intonatorischen Markierung von Interrogativität und Fragehaltigkeit. Berlin/New York: de Gruyter.

Michalsky, J. (2017). Pitch synchrony as an effect of perceived attractiveness and likability. Proceedings of DAGA 2017, Kiel, Germany.

Michalsky, J. & Schoormann, H. (2017). Pitch convergence as an effect of perceived attractiveness and likability. Proceedings of INTERSPEECH 2017, Stockholm, Sweden, 2253–2256.

Niebuhr, O., S. Tegtmeier, & A. Brem (2017). Advancing research and practice in entrepreneurship through speech analysis – From descriptive rhetorical terms to phonetically informed acoustic charisma metrics. Journal of Speech Science 6, 3-26.

Novák-Tót, E., O. Niebuhr, O. & A. Chen (2017). A gender bias in the acoustic-melodic features of charismatic speech? Proceedings of the International Conference on Spoken Language Processing, Stockholm, Sweden, 2248-2252.

Niebuhr, O. (2017). Clear Speech – Mere Speech? How segmental and prosodic speech reduction shape the impression that speakers create on listeners. Proceedings of INTERSPEECH 2017, Stockholm, Sweden, 894-898.

Michalsky, J., Schoormann, H. & Niebuhr, O. (2018). Turn Transitions as Salient Places for Social Signals – Local Prosodic Entrainment as a Cue to Perceived Attractiveness and Likability. In: Belz, M., Mooshammer, C., Fuchs, S., Jannedy, S., Rasskazova, O. & Żygis, M. (Eds.). Proceedings of the Conference on Phonetics & Phonology in German-speaking countries. Humboldt Universität, Berlin, 125-128.

Rohloff, M. & Michalsky, J. (2018). Pitch Scaling as a Question Cue in German wh-questions. In: Belz, M., Mooshammer, C., Fuchs, S., Jannedy, S., Rasskazova, O. & Żygis, M. (Eds.). Proceedings of the Conference on Phonetics & Phonology in German-speaking countries. Humboldt Universität, Berlin, 169-172.

Michalsky, J. & Schoormann, H. (2018). Opposites attract! Pitch divergence at turn breaks as cause and effect of perceived attractiveness. Proceedings of Speech Prosody 9, Poznań, Poland.

Michalsky, J., Schoormann, H. & Niebuhr, O. (2018). Conversational quality is affected by and reflected in prosodic entrainment. Proceedings of Speech Prosody 9, Poznań, Poland.

Niebuhr, O. & Michalsky, J. (2018). Virtual reality simulations as a new tool for practicing presentations and refining public-speaking skills. Proceedings of Speech Prosody 9, Poznań, Poland.

Niebuhr, O., Thumm, J. & Michalsky, J. (2018). Shapes and timing in charismatic speech – Evidence from sounds and melodies. Proceedings of Speech Prosody 9, Poznań, Poland.

Niebuhr, O. & A. Nazaryan (2018). Money talks — but less well so over the mobile phone? The Persistence of the Telephone Voice in a 4G Technology Setting and the Resulting Implications for Business Communication and Mobile-Phone Innovation. International Journal of Innovation and Technology Management.

Niebuhr, O., Tegtmeier, S. & Schweisfurth, T. (2018). Female Speakers Benefit More Than Male Speakers From Prosodic Charisma Training—A Before-After Analysis of 12-Weeks and 4-h Courses. Frontiers in Communications, 1-12.

Niebuhr, O., R. Skarnitzl & L. Tylečková (2018). The acoustic fingerprint of a charismatic voice – Initial evidence from correlations between long-term spectral features and listener ratings. Proc. 9th International Conference of Speech Prosody, Poznan, Poland, 1-5.

Niebuhr, O. & S. Gonzalez (2019). Do sound segments contribute to sounding charismatic? Evidence from acoustic vowel space analyses of Steve Jobs and Mark Zuckerberg. International Journal of Acoustics and Vibration 24, 343-355.

Niebuhr, O., K. Kleine & S. Tegtmeier (2019). Virtual-Reality as a Digital-Learning Tool in Entrepreneurship: How VR environments help entrepreneurs give more charismatic investor pitches. In: R. Baierl, J. Behrens, A. Brem (Eds),  Interfaces between Digital Technologies and Entrepreneurship. New York: Springer.

Berger, S., O. Niebuhr, & M. Zellers (2019). A preliminary study of charismatic speech on YouTube: correlating prosodic variation with counts of subscribers, views and likes. 10th Proc. International Conference of Spoken Language Processing (Interspeech). 1761-1765.

Niebuhr, O. & K. Fischer (2019). Do not hesitate! – Unless you do it shortly or nasally: How the phonetics of filled pauses determine their subjective frequency and perceived speaker performance. 10th Proc. International Conference of Spoken Language Processing (Interspeech), 544-548.

Niebuhr, O. & Jan Michalsky (2019). PASCAL and DPA: A pilot study on using prosodic competence scores to predict communicative skills for team working and public speaking, 10th Proc. International Conference of Spoken Language Processing (Interspeech),306-310.

Niebuhr, O. & R. Skarnitzl (2019). Measuring a speaker’s acoustic correlates of pitch – but which? A contrastive analysis for perceived speaker charisma. Proc. 19th International Congress of Phonetic Sciences, Melbourne, Australia, 1774-1778

Niebuhr, O. & Michalsky (2019). Computer-Generated Speaker Charisma and Its Effects on Human Actions in a Car-Navigation System Experiment – or How Steve Jobs’Tone of Voice Can Take You Anywhere. In Misra, S., Torre, C., Tarantino, E., Apduhan, B. O., Gervasi, O., Murgante, B., Stankova, E., Korkhov, V., Rocha, A. M. A. C. & Taniar, D. (Eds.), Lecture Notes in Computer Science (pp. 375–390). New York: Springer Nature.

D’Errico, F., O. Niebuhr & I. Poggi (2019). Humble Voices in Political Communication: A Speech Analysis Across Two Cultures. In Misra, S., Torre, C., Tarantino, E., Apduhan, B. O., Gervasi, O., Murgante, B., Stankova, E., Korkhov, V., Rocha, A. M. A. C. & Taniar, D. (Eds.), Lecture Notes in Computer Science (pp. 361–374). New York: Springer Nature.

Michalsky, Jan, Schoormann, Heike, & Schultze, Thomas (2019). Towards the prosody of persuasion in competitive negotiation. The relationship between f0 and negotiation success in same sex sales tasks. Proceedings of INTERSPEECH 2019, Graz, Austria.

Michalsky, Jan; Niebuhr, Oliver (2019): Myth busted? Challenging what we think we know about charismatic speech. AUC PHILOLOGICA 2019 2, S. 27–56.

Niebuhr, O. & A. Brem (2020). Dress to impress? On the interaction of attire with prosody and gender in the perception of speaker charisma. In B. Weiß, J. Trouvain, J. Ohala (Hrsg.), Voice attractiveness: Concepts, methods, and data. New York: Springer.

Michalsky, Jan & Schoormann, Heike (2020): Birds of a feather flock together but opposites attract! On the interaction of f0 entrainment, perceived attractiveness, and conversational quality in dating conversations. In B. Weiß, J. Trouvain, J. Ohala (Hrsg.), Voice attractiveness: Concepts, methods, and data. New York: Springer.

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