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A brief overview of the field in relation to psychogenic voice disorders is given with reference to past and present terminology used, the common presentations seen, followed by the more subtle or ambiguous examples which may challenge our notions of psychogenic or clear-cut functional versus...
The use of computer-based real-time visual displays is now well established in voice clinics. A number of situations exist, however, where a computer-based system is inconvenient and a battery-powered hand-held version would be preferred. This would, for example, enable voice monitoring to be...
Electroglottography (EGG) was used as a visual feedback tool in the treatment of four male profoundly deaf adolescents of 15 years of age with puberphonia. A laryngograph, oscilloscope, computer, and laryngostroboscope were used for this research. The EGG was used during phonopedic exercises,...
Three methods (I-III) are presented to demonstrate how technical modifications in the use of stroboscopy-related techniques can be applied to further analyze vocal fold vibrations. (I) With double exposure videostroboscopy, dynamic properties of vocal folds can be visualized within one single...
Our voices and speech behaviour give cues to the listener as to our identity. These cues make it possible for the listener to recognise a voice without seeing the speaker. A professional impersonator has to identify the salient and characteristic features of the target voice in order to succeed....
Many vocal practitioners have strong beliefs regarding the age at which singing training of a child should begin, and the different ways in which male and female children should be treated. These beliefs are not substantiated by any scientific research, leading to considerable dispute between...
The treatment of the allergic voice patient may be somewhat different than other voice patients. Antihistamines are generally avoided, though decongestants with Guaifenesin may be useful. Steroids are more useful in perennial allergic systems. Steroids may be inhaled nasally, inhaled orally, or...
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