Being in power changes one's voice

In a new finding by researchers in US it was found that being in power changes one's voice, the way one speaks and the acoustic properties of one's voice.


This new research is backed by a study among 161 college students who were given to read Passages aloud. They have also given role play of bosses, powerful persons andsubordinates and ordinary persons. What came out of the study showed that students playing powerful roles have a strong pitch and higher confidence.


Scientists have inspired by the former UK Prime Minister Margaret Thatcher. It was a well-known fact that Thatcher had gone through an extensive voice modulation training to justify his powerful role. Hitler used to speak for hours alone before addressing masses.


By : | Category : Health & Science| Sub Category : Research News|Date : November 25,2014

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