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Singing is a conversation with the listener by means of the language of emotions. All timbral and emotional nuances are manifested, to a great extent, by various modifications of spectra. Research carried out previously showed the important role of macrostructures of spectra in expressing...
This study was designed to obtain fundamental frequency (F o ) data based on repeated measures from a group of normal subjects and to provide preliminary normative data of F o variability within individual subjects. Sixteen female subjects participated in this study. Their F o 's were measured...
In this paper is discussed what areas of phonetic description of normal and disordered voice quality should be included on a Speech Language Pathology training course. The problems involved in using auditory impressionistic labelling are noted, and it is argued that descriptions based on...
Adult patients with myotonic dystrophy (MYD) from one Swedish county were examined with a Swedish dysarthria test and their speech was perceptually evaluated. Nine of the twenty-three patients had dysarthric symptoms; all had a hyperaasal resonatory problem and six had articulatory difficulties....
This article discusses a model for intervention, i.e. assessment of the communicative ability, goal setting and goal attainment, in persons with mental retardation. The 24 individuals in the study were moderately mentally retarded and participated in a project, using videotelephones to support...
Information on diagnosis, occupation, sex and age of new voice patients seen during a period of six months during 1992–93 were reported from the eight hospital departments of phoniatrics in Sweden. Data from altogether 1212 patients of working age were obtained. Phonasthenia was by far the most...
The starting point of this study was that two of the authors independently experienced vocal fatigue when singing after they had played their wind instruments. We studied six subjects who played flute, trumpet or saxophone (two subjects on each instrument), with the help of...
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