Direct Magnitude Estimation and Interval Scaling of Hypernasality
- Microphone sensitivity as a source of variation in nasalance scores. Zajac, David J.; Lutz, Richard // Journal of Speech & Hearing Research;Dec96, Vol. 39 Issue 6, p1228
Investigates microphone sensitivity as a source of variation in nasalance scores. Measurement of relative amount of oral and nasal acoustic energies exhibited by the speaker; Occurrence of variations in nasalance as a function of differences in fundamental frequencies and spectra of men and women.
- Letters to the Editor. Duncan, R.M.; Crelin, Edmund S. // Sciences;May/Jun75, Vol. 15 Issue 4, p3
Presents several letters to the editor concerning on speech and literature. Information on phonetics; Differences between oral and nasal sounds; Discussions on the superiority of vocal communications over gesture.
- A Comparison of Equal-Appearing Interval Scaling and Direct Magnitude Estimation of Nasal Voice Quality. Zraick, Richard I.; Liss, Julie M. // Journal of Speech, Language & Hearing Research;Aug2000, Vol. 43 Issue 4, p979
Presents information on a study which conducted a comparison of equal-appearing interval scaling and direct magnitude estimation of nasal voice quality. Validity of equal-appearing interval scaling of nasality; Methodology of the study; Results and discussion; Conclusion.
- Is hypernasality a voice disorder? Riski, John E.; Verdolini, Katherine // ASHA;Jan/Feb99, Vol. 41 Issue 1, p10
Debates on whether hypernasality is a voice disorder or not. Medical definition of hypernasality; Information on related studies; Corollaries that must be considered.
- Spatio-Temporal Patterns of Velopharyngeal Action in Phonetic and Phonological Nasalization. Solé, Maria-Josep // Language & Speech;Jan-Mar95, Vol. 38 Issue 1, p1
Differentiates between effects of phonetic implementation and effects of phonological structure in the adjustment of articularity trajectories to varying speech rate. Analysis of cross-linguistic data on coarticulatory nasalization in American English and Spanish; Velocity of velar port opening...
- Multidimensional Scaling of Nasal Voice Quality. Zraick, Richard I.; Liss, Julie M.; Dorman, Michael F.; Case, James L.; LaPointe, Leonard L.; Beals, Stephen P. // Journal of Speech, Language & Hearing Research;Aug2000, Vol. 43 Issue 4, p989
Presents information on a study which determined whether the perception of nasality is unidimensional or multidimensional. Possible co-occurring dimensions that influence listeners' perception of nasal voice quality; Methodology of the study; Results and discussion; Conclusion.
- Nasal coarticulation in normal speakers: A re-examination... Zajac, David J.; Mayo, Robert; Kataoka, Ryuta // Journal of Speech, Language & Hearing Research;Jun1998, Vol. 41 Issue 3, p503
Presents a study that re-examined the influence of gender on nasal coarticulation in normal speakers. Methodology of the study; Results of the study.
- voice belies maturity. Bradshaw, Tom // Edmontonians;Mar2009, Vol. 20 Issue 3, p10
The article offers information on how Heather Friesen corrected his childish voice in Edmonton, Alberta. It mentions that her youthful voice is disadvantageous to her business because majority of her clients doubted her true identity and raises confidence issues. To address the problem, she...
- LietuviÅ³ bendrinÄ—s kalbos nazalizuotÅ³jÅ³ balsiÅ³ [aÂ·], [oÂ·], [uÂ·] trukmÄ—s ir kokybÄ—s ypatybiÅ³ eksperimentinis tyrimas. Ledichova, Edita // Man & the Word / Zmogus ir zodis;2012, Vol. 14 Issue 1, p76
In the middle of 20th century it was already spoken bout nasalization in Lithuanian linguistics. Even hen it was noticed that vowels which appear near asal consonants [m], [n] are being characterised y different articulation type and maybe by other uality and quantity aspects. But there were no...