Book chapter in the Oxford Handbook of Voice Perception

Waiting for me on my desk, ready to start 2019 with a smile, was a hardcopy of the book Chris Petkov, my fantastic PhD advisor, and myself contributed to:

In our chapter Chris and I take a comparative perspective on voice perception and overview how recent insights from primate work advance our understanding of the neurobiology of voice perception. The book itself also highlights what makes voices special acoustically, how we use the emotions and social information contained in voices to communicate with each other, and how certain disorders change how our brain responds to voices. This is a very nice read that gives a comprehensive introduction into the exciting field of voice perception – check it out!