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by Mette Pedersen

eBook Normal Development of Voice in Children: Advances in Evidence-Based Standards epub
  • ISBN: 3540693580
  • Author: Mette Pedersen
  • Genre: Medicine
  • Subcategory: Medicine
  • Language: English
  • Publisher: Springer; 2008 edition (November 17, 2008)
  • Pages: 84 pages
  • ePUB size: 1103 kb
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Advances in Evidence-Based Standards. Authors: Pedersen, Mette. With updated acoustical measures of voice profiles (phonetograms, the audiogram of the voice) and the fundamental frequency of the tone range, new standards have been reached.

Advances in Evidence-Based Standards. Offers valuable insight into acoustical, physiological and biological measures of the voice development. In particular, the comparison to normal pediatric and hormonal development highlights the statistical scientific validity of voice parameters. The relation to hormones and the predictive values for voice development open new and interesting perspectives for experts.

With updated acoustical measures of voice profiles (phonetograms, the audiogram of the voice), and the fundamental frequency of the tone range, new standards have been reached. Especially the comparison to normal pediatric and hormonal development underlines the statistical scientific validity of the voice parameters. The relation to hormones and the predictive values for voice development opens new and interesting perspectives for experts. This book offers valuable insight to acoustical, physiological and biological measures based on prospective and stratified studies, comparing boys and girls.

The child voice in trained (voice conscious) boys and girls was investigated with phonetograms (voice range profiles) and fundamental frequency (F0) in running speech while reading a standard text

The child voice in trained (voice conscious) boys and girls was investigated with phonetograms (voice range profiles) and fundamental frequency (F0) in running speech while reading a standard text. The methods were based on: (1) developmement and evaluation of the function of phonetograph 8301 made by the firm Voice profile, and (2) combined and stroboscopic examination of the movements of the vocal folds in speech.

The technical measurement of individual parameters in an area as complex as music and song has achieved acceptance only in recent years. However important objective parameters of normal voice development may be, they are especially so when patholo- cal deviations have to be recognised and defined. It is nevertheless also possible to a certain extent to describe different qualities of normal voice development in terms of measurable parameters.

Normal development of voice in children: Advances in evidence-based standards. This book offers valuable insight into acoustical, physiological and biological measures that compare boys and girls and are based on prospective and stratified studies. All rights are reserved.

The voice in musically trained boys and girls was investigated with phonetograms and fundamental frequency . This article is based on the study of Mette Pedersen from 2008: Normal Development of Voice in Children: Advances in Evidence-Based Standards

The voice in musically trained boys and girls was investigated with phonetograms and fundamental frequency in running speech during reading of a standard text (F0). This article is based on the study of Mette Pedersen from 2008: Normal Development of Voice in Children: Advances in Evidence-Based Standards. In childhood it is important for understanding voice development to use relevant measurements. Phonetograms document the development of tone range and loudness in childhood. Cepstral analysis in childhood was tried. Stroboscopy and electroglottography show the normal movements of the vocal folds.

Pedersen M (2008) Normal Development of Voice in Children: Advances in Evidence-Based Standards. Springer-Verlag Berlin Heidelberg. Pedersen M, Munk E (1983) Register examination during mutation in the Copenhagen Boys Choir. Int Ass Logopedics and Phoniatr: 686-687. Pedersen MF, Møller S, Krabbe S, Bennett P (1986) Fundamental voice frequency measured by electroglottography during continuous speech. A new exact secondary sex characteristic in boys in puberty. Int J Pediatr Otorhinolaryngol 11: 21-27.

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The technical measurement of individual parameters in an area as complex as music and song has achieved acceptance only in recent years. However important objective parameters of normal voice development may be, they are especially so when patholo- cal deviations have to be recognised and defined. It is nevertheless also possible to a certain extent to describe different qualities of normal voice development in terms of measurable parameters. Hormonal changes have a considerable influence on the ph- ical and mental development of boys and girls. The extent to which this influence affects voice development in the two sexes will be made clear in this work through the observation of a number of parameters. I hope that this will stimulate further investigations of this topic. Possible interesting topics for further research are emphasised in the text. Working with adolescents and documenting their vocal dev- opment has given me a lot of pleasure. Colleagues with different medical specialities have supported me in this task. The practical significance of this work has shown itself in the way the results obtained (the graphs and tables) are used today by laryngo- gists, phoniatricians and music teachers in their daily work, and vii viii Preface the determination of hormonal levels in the course of puberty has been introduced as a routine in choirs.
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