Excerpt from “One’s own and similar voices are more attractive than other voices”

The aim of the present study was to explore whether people consider their own voice to be more attractive than others and whether the self‐enhancement bias of one’s own voice could be generalised to other variants of self‐voice.

The present study demonstrates that people evaluate their own voices as more attractive than the voices of others and that the self‐enhancement bias of voice attractiveness can be generalised to similar and familiar versions of self‐voice.

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