Perception of speaker sincerity in complex social interactions by cochlear implant users

Ning Zhou
Understanding insincere language, for example sarcasm and teasing, is a fundamental element of communication and crucial for maintaining social relationships. This can be a challenging task for cochlear implant users (CIs) who receive degraded suprasegmental information important for perceiving a speaker’s attitude. We measured perception of speaker sincerity (literal positive, literal negative, sarcasm, and teasing) in 16 adults with CIs using an established video inventory. Participants were presented with audio-only and audio-visual social interactions between...
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