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Voice F0 responses to pitch-shifted voice feedback during English speech.
Previous studies have demonstrated that motor control of segmental features of speech rely to some extent on sensory feedback. Control of voice fundamental frequency (F0) has been shown to beExpand
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Interactions between auditory and somatosensory feedback for voice F0 control
Previous studies have demonstrated the importance of both kinesthetic and auditory feedback for control of voice fundamental frequency (F0). In the present study, a possible interaction betweenExpand
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Time-dependent Neural Processing of Auditory Feedback during Voice Pitch Error Detection
The neural responses to sensory consequences of a self-produced motor act are suppressed compared with those in response to a similar but externally generated stimulus. Previous studies in theExpand
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The impact of parkinson's disease on the cortical mechanisms that support auditory–motor integration for voice control
Several studies have shown sensorimotor deficits in speech processing in individuals with idiopathic Parkinson's disease (PD). The underlying neural mechanisms, however, remain poorly understood. InExpand
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Acoustic characteristics of Mandarin esophageal speech.
The present study attempted to investigate the acoustic characteristics of Mandarin laryngeal and esophageal speech. Eight normal laryngeal and seven esophageal speakers participated in the acousticExpand
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The effect of tonal changes on voice onset time in Mandarin esophageal speech.
SUMMARY The present study investigated the effect of tonal changes on voice onset time (VOT) between normal laryngeal (NL) and superior esophageal (SE) speakers of Mandarin Chinese. VOT values wereExpand
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Electrolarynx in voice rehabilitation.
  • H. Liu, M. Ng
  • Medicine
  • Auris, nasus, larynx
  • 1 September 2007
OBJECTIVE Patients of laryngeal cancer who have undergone the surgical removal of the entire larynx suffer the loss of phonation. Electrolarynx (EL) speech is the most commonly adopted alaryngealExpand
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ERP correlates of the magnitude of pitch errors detected in the human voice
Auditory event-related potentials (ERP)s of the P1-N1-P2 complex are modulated when participants hear frequency-altered feedback (FAF) regarding their ongoing vocal productions. However, theExpand
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Effect of temporal predictability on the neural processing of self-triggered auditory stimulation during vocalization
BackgroundSensory consequences of our own actions are perceived differently from the sensory stimuli that are generated externally. The present event-related potential (ERP) study examined the neuralExpand
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Age-related differences in vocal responses to pitch feedback perturbations: a preliminary study.
The present study tested the effect of age on voice fundamental frequency (F(0)) responses to pitch-shifted feedback. Pitch-shift stimuli (-100 cents, 200 ms duration) were presented to 30Expand
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