tone of voice


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Even during sleep, infants showed distinct patterns of brain activity depending on the emotional tone of voice we presented," said Graham.
Called "Brand language - Tone of voice the Wordtree way" it tackles the issue of how a brand has a personality, and what we can do to ensure that its personality is communicated.
What tone of voice does it to go even further than just writing well.
Dr Merideth Gattis, from Cardiff University's School of Psychology who led the study, said: "What this work showed as that children could have access to understanding using simply the tone of voice.
A friendly disposition and tone of voice help people relax and feel good, and they will like you.
But I could hear by her tone of voice that this has been a great discussion.
Partly this is because they are unable to read facial expressions, tone of voice, body language and other signals used to judge a person's
So many of the tone of voice discussions we have with our clients revolve around how to simply write better.
But for every idea he puts down with an ironic comment, or that he flattens with a snide tone of voice, this particular bad bucho has killed off at least three other ideas.
What it does mean is that the tone of voice must be sincere, energetic, friendly, and knowledgeable.
With the same stance or tone of voice as its competitors, the only way a brand can gain standout is by looking bigger.
What tone of voice would you guess the girl is using?