Filippi P., 2020. “Emotional voice intonation: A communication code at the origins of speech processing and word-meaning associations?” Download
Filippi, P., Congdon, J. V., Hoang, J., Bowling, D. L., Reber, S. A., Pašukonis, A., ... & Newen, A. (2017): Humans recognize emotional arousal in vocalizations across all classes of terrestrial vertebrates: evidence for acoustic universals. Proceedings Royal Society B, 284 (1859), 20170990. Download - Stimuli available on Open Science Framework
Filippi, P., Ocklenburg, S., Bowling, D.L., Heege, L., Güntürkün, O., Newen, A, de Boer, B. (2017): More than words (and faces): Evidence for a Stroop effect of prosody in emotion word processing, Cognition and Emotion, 31 (5), 879-891. Download
Filippi, P. (2016): Emotional and Interactional Prosody across Animal Communication Systems: A Comparative Approach to the Emergence of Language. Frontiers in Psychology, 7. Download
Filippi, P., Gingras, B., Fitch, W.T. (2014): Pitch Enhancement Facilitates Word Learning across Visual Contexts, Frontiers in Psychology, 5:1468. Download
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My work was described in > 18 Printed and online magazines, including:
- BBC wildlife magazine, Science Magazine, AAAS (July 2017), Discover Magazine (July 2017), the Washington Post (July 2017), Scientific American (July 2017), Gizmodo (July 2017) and in 4 Radio Podcasts: WDR5 (July 2017), Deutsche welle (July 2017), CT das radio (July 2017), Radio 1 – VRT (July 2017). Work described in publication  is part of “The Brain” exhibition of the Museum of Natural History of Münster - click here to see picture (June 28-January 2020).