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Research Article

Tactile Modulation of Emotional Speech Samples

Table 5

Pairwise comparisons between the concurrent tactile stimulation categories within each of the speech samples used. In the table the tactile stimulation derived from positive speech sample is referred as pos and the tactile stimulation derived from negative speech sample as neg.

Emotional content of the speech sampleConcurrent tactile stimulation
speech-only versus posspeech-only versus static vibrationspeech-only versus negpos versus static vibrationpos versus negstatic vibration versus neg

T = 2.60**T = 2.59*T = 2.68**
Positiveposstatic vibrationnegnsnsns
d = 1.22d = 1.03d = 1.18

T = 3.10**T = 3.55***T = 3.39***
Neutralposstatic vibrationnegnsnsns
d = 1.44d = 2.10d = 1.56

T = 3.14**T = 3.32***T = 3.29***T = 1.98*T = 1.98*
Negativeposstatic vibrationnegstatic vibrationnsstatic vibration
d = 1.56d = 2.28d = 1.65d = 0.43d = 0.41

P < 0.05, P < 0.01, P < 0.001, and ns: non-significant.

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