Nadine Lavan
Nadine Lavan
Department of Speech, Hearing and Phonetic Sciences, University College London
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TitleCited byYear
The social life of laughter
SK Scott, N Lavan, S Chen, C McGettigan
Trends in cognitive sciences 18 (12), 618-620, 2014
872014
Laugh like you mean it: Authenticity modulates acoustic, physiological and perceptual properties of laughter
N Lavan, SK Scott, C McGettigan
Journal of Nonverbal Behavior 40 (2), 133-149, 2016
362016
Feel the noise: relating individual differences in auditory imagery to the structure and function of sensorimotor systems
CF Lima, N Lavan, S Evans, Z Agnew, AR Halpern, P Shanmugalingam, ...
Cerebral cortex 25 (11), 4638-4650, 2015
342015
Impaired generalization of speaker identity in the perception of familiar and unfamiliar voices.
N Lavan, SK Scott, C McGettigan
Journal of Experimental Psychology: General 145 (12), 1604, 2016
202016
Flexible voices: Identity perception from variable vocal signals
N Lavan, AM Burton, SK Scott, C McGettigan
Psychonomic bulletin & review 26 (1), 90-102, 2019
162019
Cohesion and joint speech: right hemisphere contributions to synchronized vocal production
KM Jasmin, C McGettigan, ZK Agnew, N Lavan, O Josephs, F Cummins, ...
Journal of Neuroscience 36 (17), 4669-4680, 2016
132016
How many voices did you hear? Natural variability disrupts identity perception from unfamiliar voices
N Lavan, LFK Burston, L Garrido
British Journal of Psychology, 2018
12*2018
Similar representations of emotions across faces and voices.
LK Kuhn, T Wydell, N Lavan, C McGettigan, L Garrido
Emotion 17 (6), 912, 2017
112017
I thought that I heard you laughing: Contextual facial expressions modulate the perception of authentic laughter and crying
N Lavan, CF Lima, H Harvey, SK Scott, C McGettigan
Cognition and Emotion 29 (5), 935-944, 2015
92015
Distinct neural systems recruited when speech production is modulated by different masking sounds
S Meekings, S Evans, N Lavan, D Boebinger, K Krieger-Redwood, ...
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 140 (1), 8-19, 2016
82016
Breaking voice identity perception: Expressive voices are more confusable for listeners
N Lavan, LFK Burston, P Ladwa, SE Merriman, S Knight, C McGettigan
Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology, 1747021819836890, 2019
72019
Increased discriminability of authenticity from multimodal laughter is driven by auditory information
N Lavan, C McGettigan
The Quarterly Journal of Experimental Psychology 70 (10), 2159-2168, 2017
62017
Neural correlates of the affective properties of spontaneous and volitional laughter types
N Lavan, G Rankin, N Lorking, S Scott, C McGettigan
Neuropsychologia 95, 30-39, 2017
62017
Impoverished encoding of speaker identity in spontaneous laughter
N Lavan, B Short, A Wilding, C McGettigan
Evolution and Human Behavior, 2018
52018
Listeners form average-based representations of individual voice identities
N Lavan, S Knight, C McGettigan
Nature communications 10 (1), 2404, 2019
3*2019
The social code of speech prosody must be specific and generalizable
S Knight, N Lavan, E Kanber, C McGettigan
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 201806345, 2018
32018
Neurocognitive mechanisms for vocal emotions: sounds, meaning, action
N Lavan, CF Lima
Journal of Neuroscience 34 (39), 12950-12952, 2014
32014
‘Please sort these voice recordings into 2 identities’: Effects of task instructions on performance in voice sorting studies
N Lavan, SE Merriman, P Ladwa, LFK Burston, S Knight, C McGettigan
British Journal of Psychology, 2019
22019
Commentary:“Hearing faces and seeing voices”: Amodal coding of person identity in the human brain
N Lavan
Frontiers in neuroscience 11, 303, 2017
22017
The effects of high variability training on voice identity learning
N Lavan, S Knight, V Hazan, C McGettigan
Cognition 193, 104026, 2019
2019
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