Voice Quality Measurement

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Raymond D. Kent, Martin John Ball
Singular Publishing Group, 2000 - Medical - 492 pages
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This comprehensive book explores the many facets of measuring voice quality. Voice quality is a concept that is widely recognized and applied, yet very difficult to define in a way that is universally satisfactory. A number of experts consider such topics as perceptual assessment, instrumental (objective) assessment, and various voice states and disorders. Contributors with a wide scope of experience present perspectives and ideas on how voice quality can be assessed with improved validity and reliability.

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Perceptual Assessments
The Concept of Ideal Voice Quality
Crosslinguistic Aspects of Voice Quality

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About the author (2000)

Raymond D. Kent is Professor of Communication Disorders at the University of Wisconsin, Madison.

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