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ResearchBox # 695 - 'Gender-Ambiguous Voices '


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SOM_S1


  SOM_S1 - AsPredicted 107638.pdf



  SOM_S1 - CleanSoft Brand in Siri gender Ambiguous Voice.mp3.mp3



  SOM_S1 - CleanSoft Brand in Siri Male Voice.mp3.mp3



  SOM_S1 - Introduction in Siri Gender Ambiguous Voice.mp3.mp3



  SOM_S1 - Introduction in Siri Male Voice.mp3.mp3



  SOM_S1 - Replication of Study 5 Qualtrics File.qsf


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  SOM_S1 - SoftSoap Brand in Siri gender Ambiguous Voice.mp3.mp3



  SOM_S1 - SoftSoap Brand in Siri Male Voice.mp3.mp3


  


  SOM_S1 - Replication of Study 5 SPSS Data.sav


Study1


  Study1 - AsPredicted 105241.pdf



  Study1 - CleanMint Brand in Siri Gender Ambiguous Voice.mp3.mp3



  Study1 - CleanMint Brand in Siri Male Voice.mp3.mp3



  Study1 - CleanMint Brand Siri Female Voice.mp3.mp3



  Study1 - MintyClean Brand in Siri Female Voice.mp3.mp3



  Study1 - MintyClean Brand in Siri Male Voice.mp3.mp3


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  Study1 - MintyClean Brand Siri gender ambiguous voice.mp3.mp3



  Study1 - Qualtrics File.qsf


  


  Study1 - SPSS Data.sav



  Study1 - Syntax Code SPSS.sps



  Study1 - Bayesian Analysis and Code - Contrast test FA.jasp



  Study1 - Bayesian Analysis and Code - Contrast test MA.jasp



  Study1 - Bayesian Analysis and Code - Product Judgment.jasp



  Study1 - Bayesian Analysis and Code - Social Disfluency.jasp


Study2


  Study2 - AsPredicted 59860.pdf



  Study2 - CleanMint Brand in Female Voice.mp3.mp3



  Study2 - CleanMint Brand in Gender-Ambiguous Voice.mp3.mp3



  Study2 - MintyClean brand in Female voice.mp3.mp3



  Study2 - MintyClean Brand in Gender-Ambiguous Voice .mp3.mp3



  Study2 - Qualtrics File.qsf


  


  Study2 - SPSS Data.sav



  Study2 - Syntax Code SPSS.sps



  Study2 - Bayesian Analyses and codes.jasp


Study3


  Study3 - AsPredicted 138172.pdf



  Study3 - Google A Male Ambiguous Drill.mp3



  Study3 - Google A Male Drill.mp3



  Study3 - Google C Female Ambiguous Coffee.mp3



  Study3 - Google C Female Coffee.mp3



  Study3 - Google I Male ambiguous Toothpaste.mp3


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  Study3 - Google I Male Toothpaste.mp3



  Study3 - joanna Female Ambiguous Detergent.mp3



  Study3 - joanna Female Detergent.mp3


  


  Study3 - Spss Data Time 1.sav


  


  Study3 - SPSS Data Aggregated Times 1 2.sav



  Study3 - Syntax Code SPSS - Time1.sps



  Study3 - Syntax Code SPSS - Time12.sps



  Study3 - Bayesian Analyses and codes Time1 Contrast tests.jasp



  Study3 - Bayesian Analysis - Contrast tests per product.jasp


Study4


  Study4 - AsPredicted 141719.pdf



  Study4 - Qualtrics File.qsf


  


  Study4 - SPSS Data.sav



  Study4 - Syntax Code SPSS.sps



  Study4 - Bayesian Analysis - Contrast test ambiguous.jasp



  Study4 - Bayesian Analysis - Contrast test Gendered.jasp



  Study4 - Bayesian Analysis - Contrast test named.jasp



  Study4 - Bayesian Analysis - Contrast test no-name.jasp



  Study4 - Bayesian Analysis - Prejudice.jasp


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  Study4 - Bayesian Analysis - Prejudice as a covariate.jasp



  Study4 - Bayesian Analysis - Product Evaluation.jasp


Study5


  Study5 - AsPredicted 118171.pdf



  Study5 - Qualtrics File.qsf


  


  Study5 - SPSS Data.sav



  Study5 - Syntax Code SPSS.sps



  Study5 - Bayesian Analyses and codes.jasp


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SUPPLEMENTARY FILES FOR
Shahryar Mohsenin; Kurt P. Munz, 'Gender-Ambiguous Voices and Social Disfluency ', Psychological Science

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BOX PUBLIC SINCE
February 19, 2024   (files may not be changed, deleted, or added)

BOX CREATORS
shahryar mohsenin (shahryar.mohsenin@phd.unibocconi.it)
Kurt Munz (kurt.munz@unibocconi.it)

ABSTRACT
Recently, gender-ambiguous (non-binary) voices have been added to voice assistants to combat gender stereotypes and foster inclusion. However, if people react negatively to such voices, these laudable efforts may be counterproductive. In five preregistered studies (N = 3,684) we find that adults do react negatively, rating products described by narrators with gender-ambiguous voices less favorably than when they are described by clearly male or female narrators. The voices create a feeling of unease, what we call social disfluency, that affects evaluations of the products being described. These effects are best explained by low familiarity with voices that sound ambiguous. Thus, initial negative reactions can be overcome with more exposure.