Michael J. Owren, Ph.D.
Michael J. Owren, Ph.D.
Adjunct Professor, Emory University; Owner, OSV Acoustical Associates LLC
Verified email at emory.edu
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Sound on the rebound: bringing form and function back to the forefront in understanding nonhuman primate vocal signaling
MJ Owren, D Rendall
Evolutionary Anthropology: Issues, News, and Reviews: Issues, News, and …, 2001
The acoustic features of human laughter
JA Bachorowski, MJ Smoski, MJ Owren
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 110 (3), 1581-1597, 2001
What do animal signals mean?
D Rendall, MJ Owren, MJ Ryan
Animal Behaviour 78 (2), 233-240, 2009
Not all laughs are alike: Voiced but not unvoiced laughter readily elicits positive affect
JA Bachorowski, MJ Owren
Psychological Science 12 (3), 252-257, 2001
Vocal expression of emotion: Acoustic properties of speech are associated with emotional intensity and context
JA Bachorowski, MJ Owren
Psychological science 6 (4), 219-224, 1995
An affect-conditioning model of nonhuman primate vocal signaling
MJ Owren, D Rendall
Communication, 299-346, 1997
Acoustic correlates of talker sex and individual talker identity are present in a short vowel segment produced in running speech
JA Bachorowski, MJ Owren
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 106 (2), 1054-1063, 1999
The acoustic features of vowel-like grunt calls in chacma baboons (Papio cyncephalus ursinus): Implications for production processes and functions
MJ Owren, RM Seyfarth, DL Cheney
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 101 (5), 2951-2963, 1997
Reconsidering the evolution of nonlinguistic communication: The case of laughter
MJ Owren, JA Bachorowski
Journal of Nonverbal Behavior 27 (3), 183-200, 2003
The role of vocal tract filtering in identity cueing in rhesus monkey (Macaca mulatta) vocalizations
D Rendall, MJ Owren, PS Rodman
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 103 (1), 602-614, 1998
The meaning and function of grunt variants in baboons
D Rendall, RM Seyfarth, DL Cheney, MJ Owren
Animal Behaviour 57 (3), 583-592, 1999
Sounds of emotion: production and perception of affect-related vocal acoustics.
JA Bachorowiski, MJ Owren
New York Academy of Sciences, 2003
Vocalizations of rhesus (Macaca mulatta) and Japanese (M. Fuscata) macaques cross‐fostered between species show evidence of only limited modification
MJ Owren, JA Dieter, RM Seyfarth, DL Cheney
Developmental Psychobiology: The Journal of the International Society for …, 1993
The evolution of emotional experience: A" selfish-gene" account of smiling and laughter in early hominids and humans.
MJ Owren, JA Bachorowski
Guilford Press, 2001
Animal acoustic communication: Sound analysis and research methods
SL Hopp, MJ Owren, CS Evans
Springer Science & Business Media, 2012
Two organizing principles of vocal production: Implications for nonhuman and human primates
MJ Owren, RT Amoss, D Rendall
American Journal of Primatology 73 (6), 530-544, 2011
Redefining animal signaling: influence versus information in communication
MJ Owren, D Rendall, MJ Ryan
Biology & Philosophy 25 (5), 755-780, 2010
'Food'calls produced by adult female rhesus (Macaca mulatta) and Japanese (M. fuscata) macaques, their normally-raised offspring, and offspring cross-fostered between species
DL Cheney, MJ Owren, JA Dieter, RM Seyfarth
Behaviour 120 (3-4), 218-231, 1992
Nonlinear analysis of irregular animal vocalizations
I Tokuda, T Riede, J Neubauer, MJ Owren, H Herzel
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 111 (6), 2908-2919, 2002
The acoustic features of vervet monkey alarm calls
MJ Owren, RH Bernacki
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 83 (5), 1927-1935, 1988
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