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Claudia Manfredi et al.
Logopedics, phoniatrics, vocology, 36(2), 78-89 (2011-05-26)
In this paper the effect of noise on both perceptual and automatic evaluation of the glottal cycle length in irregular voice signals (sustained vowels) is studied. The reliability of four tools for voice analysis (MDVP, Praat, AMPEX, and BioVoice) is
Ana Rita S Valente et al.
Logopedics, phoniatrics, vocology, 1-12 (2018-04-13)
The appropriate use of language in context depends on the speaker's pragmatic language competencies. A coding system was used to develop a specific and adult-focused self-administered questionnaire to adults who stutter and adults who do not stutter, The Assessment of
Re: Bonilha HS, O'Shields M, Gerlach TT, Deliyski DD. Arytenoid adduction asymmetries in persons with and without voice disorders. Logoped Phoniatr Vocol. 2009 Aug 26:1-7. [E-pub ahead of print].
Gerhard Friedrich
Logopedics, phoniatrics, vocology, 35(3), 149-149 (2009-11-04)
C Dravins et al.
Logopedics, phoniatrics, vocology, 21(3-4), 149-155 (1996-01-01)
The ability to interpret figures of speech was tested in nineteen patients with right hemisphere damage (RDH) and in seventeen controls. All subjects were presented fifteen expressions with metaphoric meanings and asked to select one of three pictures; one illustrating
Anastasia Liapi et al.
Logopedics, phoniatrics, vocology, 41(3), 93-100 (2015-04-07)
Patients undergoing surgery for a deviated nasal septum (septoplasty) often report that their voice sounds different or less hyponasal. However, such a relationship between septoplasty and vocal resonance remains without scientific evidence. The purpose of this work is to investigate
Malene Slott et al.
Logopedics, phoniatrics, vocology, 33(4), 190-207 (2008-11-26)
This paper targets assessment instruments used by speech-language therapists in Denmark for monolingual 3-4-year-old children. The paper is based on two studies. In the first study 29 assessment instruments were compared with respect to language constructs that were covered by
Paulina Krasnodębska et al.
Logopedics, phoniatrics, vocology, 1-6 (2018-01-11)
The diagnostic procedure of phonation is dominated by subjective assessment tools. It seems reasonable to seek methods of quantitative glottal cycle assessment. The aim of our study was the analysis of open quotients (OQ) of the glottis. One hundred and
Zuleica A Camargo et al.
Logopedics, phoniatrics, vocology, 38(4), 157-166 (2013-07-06)
In this phonetic study, productions of the consonant in the stressed syllable position of the word arara as produced by 13 subjects with short and/or anterior lingual frenulum were compared before and after lingual frenectomy. The results from the measurement
Inger Lundeborg et al.
Logopedics, phoniatrics, vocology, 40(4), 149-155 (2014-07-06)
Mastering spatial and temporal co-ordination in speech production is a challenge for children. Voice onset time (VOT) reflects timing in speech. The objective was to study VOT in Swedish children with a diagnosed phonological impairment and compare results with normative
Martyn Lowden et al.
Logopedics, phoniatrics, vocology, 34(1), 32-35 (2009-02-14)
Unlike gastro-oesophageal reflux, extra-oesophageal reflux (EOR) is not necessarily associated with heartburn. The potential prevalence of EOR in general practice in the UK using the Reflux Symptom Index (RSI) questionnaire was determined. A total of 1152 patients attending a GP
Alistair D N Edwards et al.
Logopedics, phoniatrics, vocology, 38(3), 91-95 (2013-09-27)
CreST is the Creative Speech Technology Network, a research network which brought together people from a wide variety of backgrounds spanning arts technology and beyond. The papers in this volume represent some of the outcomes of that collaboration. This editorial
Janet Baker
Logopedics, phoniatrics, vocology, 27(4), 179-187 (2003-03-01)
The projected speaking voice and the singing voice are highly sensitive to external and internal influences, and teachers of spoken voice and singing are in a unique position to identify subtle and more serious vocal difficulties in their students. Persistent
Kristina Hansson et al.
Logopedics, phoniatrics, vocology, 27(4), 146-154 (2003-03-01)
The results from pre-testings of 42 children selected for a cross-linguistic study are discussed to establish the usefulness of the assessment instruments used and whether the children selected are similar to children with specific language impairment (SLI) from other countries.
Ellika Schalling et al.
Logopedics, phoniatrics, vocology, 32(1), 31-46 (2007-04-25)
With current progress in genetic research, autosomal, dominant, hereditary, neurodegenerative diseases, affecting the cerebellum and cerebellar connections, are increasingly diagnosed as spinocerebellar ataxias (SCA). In the present study speech samples from 21 subjects with spinocerebellar ataxia (SCA), and 21 matched
Svend Erik Mouridsen et al.
Logopedics, phoniatrics, vocology, 34(3), 135-141 (2009-07-25)
Traditionally developmental language disorders (DLDs) have been studied with focus on psycholinguistic and cognitive implications, and little is known of the long-term psychosocial outcomes of individuals diagnosed with a DLD as children. The objective of this study was to compare
Tomáš Vampola et al.
Logopedics, phoniatrics, vocology, 40(1), 14-23 (2013-03-23)
Resonance frequencies of the vocal tract have traditionally been modelled using one-dimensional models. These cannot accurately represent the events in the frequency region of the formant cluster around 2.5-4.5 kHz, however. Here, the vocal tract resonance frequencies and their mode
Riitta Ylitalo
Logopedics, phoniatrics, vocology, 31(2), 57-60 (2006-06-07)
To evaluate the presence of Helicobacter pylori (H. pylori) infection and its correlation to extraesophageal and esophageal reflux, 18 consecutive contact granuloma patients were examined by laryngoscopy, 24-hour double probe pH monitoring and [13C]-urea breath test. Sixteen of the 18
Jakob Asberg et al.
Logopedics, phoniatrics, vocology, 35(4), 189-193 (2010-08-24)
Based on data from 156 typically developing 10-12-year-olds from Sweden, reading comprehension skills were studied in three subgroups: those classified with specific poor word decoding skills (n = 10), those with specific poor language comprehension (n = 12), and those
Anita McAllister
Logopedics, phoniatrics, vocology, 28(3), 117-125 (2003-11-05)
A few clinical investigations of children's voices have suggested a relation between voice deviation and oral motor and sensory dysfunction. This motivated the present retrospective study of the occurrence of voice disorders in a group of children with oral motor
Gláucia Laís Salomão et al.
Logopedics, phoniatrics, vocology, 34(2), 73-83 (2009-04-14)
The voice source differs between modal and falsetto registers, but singers often try to reduce the associated timbral differences, some even doubting that there are any. A total of 54 vowel sounds sung in falsetto and modal register by 13
Alexander M Goberman et al.
Logopedics, phoniatrics, vocology, 30(2), 79-84 (2005-09-09)
The purpose of this study was to add to the extant data base of acoustic cry studies by profiling the condition of laryngomalacia. We hypothesized that the acoustic characteristics of crying produced by an infant with laryngomalacia would differ compared
A Jahn et al.
Logopedics, phoniatrics, vocology, 21(3-4), 181-185 (1996-01-01)
Visual examination of the larynx has a history rich in personalities and anecdotes. Beginning with early experiments, and continuing with the work of the eminent Spanish voice teacher Manuel Garcia, the history of indirect and direct laryngoscopy is presented, complete
Ingo R Titze et al.
Logopedics, phoniatrics, vocology, 28(4), 147-155 (2003-12-23)
Two vocal qualities, twang and yawn, were synthesized and rated perceptually. The stimuli consisted of synthesized vocal productions of a sentence-length utterance 'ya ya ya ya ya,' which had speech-like intonation. In a continuum transformation from normal to twang, the
Eduardo Fuentes-López et al.
Logopedics, phoniatrics, vocology, 1-10 (2017-12-19)
The aim of this study is to determine possible associations between vocal hygiene habits and self-reported vocal symptoms in telemarketers. A cross-sectional study that included 79 operators from call centres in Chile was carried out. Their vocal hygiene habits and
A G Kamhi et al.
Logopedics, phoniatrics, vocology, 25(1), 29-34 (2000-08-11)
A number of factors contribute to proficient word recognition, including phonological awareness and the ability to make orthographic analogies. The present study considered the relative contribution analogy abilities make toward early reading ability. Two analogy tasks and measures of phonological
Amanda I Gillespie et al.
Logopedics, phoniatrics, vocology, 36(3), 91-99 (2010-12-25)
Self-efficacy is defined as one's belief in one's ability to carry out a specific behavior successfully. The current study's objective is to obtain initial evidence in support of the hypothesis that the terms 'vocal abuse/misuse' have the potential to harm
Michèle Castellengo
Logopedics, phoniatrics, vocology, 30(3-4), 163-170 (2005-11-17)
Before Garcia, only a few notions of vocal production can be found in earlier singing treatises. In those days the authors wrote mainly upon the art of ornamentation and the rules of good language utterance. In the beginning of the
Sirkku Salo et al.
Logopedics, phoniatrics, vocology, 27(3), 132-138 (2002-12-25)
For this study, we examined the perception and production of vowels by postlingually deafened patients with cochlear implant. Four patients and one normally hearing subject produced typical vowel sounds of Finnish by using a speech synthesizer. Also acoustic analyses of
Teija Waaramaa
Logopedics, phoniatrics, vocology, 40(3), 129-135 (2014-05-28)
The present study focused on the identification of emotions in cross-cultural conditions on different continents and among subjects with divergent language backgrounds. The aim was to investigate whether the perception of the basic emotions from nonsense vocal samples was universal
Ben Barsties et al.
Logopedics, phoniatrics, vocology, 41(1), 27-32 (2014-08-05)
The aim of the study was to determine the impact of body height on speaking fundamental frequency (SF0) while controlling for as many as possible influencing factors such as habits, biophysical conditions, medication, diseases, and others. Fifty-eight females were analyzed
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