Principles of Voice Production

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Prentice Hall, 1994 - Medical - 354 pages
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A cross-disciplinary exploration of the physics and physiology of voice production, mechanism, and applied uses and concerns of the voice. Throughout the emphasis is on physical law rather than empirical observation. Key topics include the relation between the physical processes of voice production to other physical processes, inside or outside of the human body, the new field of vocology and clarification of the acoustic and biomechanical laws governing phonation.

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Contents

CHAPTER ONE BASIC ANATOMY OF THE LARYNX
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Muscles of the Larynx
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CHAPTER TWO BIOMECHANICS OF LARYNGEAL TISSUE
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