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n your initial post, attach your Milestone Three submission. Make sure that it includes the "Discussion" section of the final project and incorporates feedback on the "Introduction" and "Analysis"...

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n your initial post, attach your Milestone Three submission. Make sure that it includes the "Discussion" section of the final project and incorporates feedback on the "Introduction" and "Analysis" sections (submitted for Milestones One and Two).

In response to your peers, be sure to give them substantive feedback that will help them improve their final paper. Note that your grade for this milestone assignment will be determined based on both the completeness of your initial post and the quality of your engagement in the peer review process.

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Tanmoy answered on Aug 08 2021
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Children’s recognition of emotion in music and speech
Introduction
This is a study on children for recognizing the feelings in acoustics and words. This can be studied from the facial expression of the children. This helps to identify the emotions which affect their social behaviours like fear, pleasure, annoyance and depression. But, reading the facial expressions to identify the emotion is very difficult and is a quite complex process. These emotions develop and get reflected in the form of facial expressions in early childhood and in post natal life. While happiness, sadness and anger are the emotions which are developed at an early age; fears, disgust and surprises evolves later in the children. Therefore, in this paper we will analyse and discuss how music and speech impacts the emotions of the children and also examine whether these emotions changes when there is any changes in the cues or signals by distortion of facial expression. Also we will supervise on the similarities and differences on the same children for their speech and music recognitions when they become adult and its impact on the emotions like happiness, fear, anger and so
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Analysis
According to a study conducted by Widen & Russell, 2003, a child identifies positive facial emotions much earlier than the negative ones. The study was conducted on 60 children between the age group of 3 to 15 years and was found that the accuracy of facial emotion recognition develops between 3 to 7 years of age. In other...
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