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Table 4 from Humans recognize emotional arousal in vocalizations across all classes of terrestrial vertebrates: evidence for acoustic universals

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posted on 13.07.2017, 09:49 by Piera Filippi, Jenna V. Congdon, John Hoang, Daniel L. Bowling, Stephan A. Reber, Andrius Pašukonis, Marisa Hoeschele, Sebastian Ocklenburg, Bart de Boer, Christopher B. Sturdy, Albert Newen, Onur Gunturkun
(A) Values of the GLMMs computed separately for each animal species. For each species included in our stimuli set, we assessed acoustic predictors of humans’ ability to identify the vocalizations expressing higher levels of arousal. Bold type indicate p ≤0.05; degrees of freedom = 1 for all fixed factors. (B) Outcome of AICc ranking for GLMMs computed within each animal species. ∆AICc is the difference in AICc between each model and the best model. The Akaike's weights indicates the relative support that a given model has from the data, compared to other candidate models. Bold type indicates models with the highest power to explain variation in the dependent variable, based on lowest AICc.