Nadine Lavan, UCL
Voices are a central part of everyday social interactions. Research questions about how we perceive other people’s identities and traits from their voice do not always require specialist audio equipment, and therefore can be readily addressed using online experiments. However, when using auditory stimuli, additional considerations are required to ensure good quality data from online participants.
In this talk, I will talk about voice identity learning study I have run online to illustrate my approach to implementing audio playback, establishing participant inclusion and exclusion criteria, and other quality assurance checks (e.g. headphone checks).