Katherine Ciesinski

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OBJECTIVE Silences in doctor-patient communication can be "connectional" and communicative, in contrast to silences that indicate awkwardness or distraction. Musical and lexical analyses can identify and characterize connectional silences in consultations between oncologists and patients. METHODS Two medical students and a professor of voice screened all(More)
The mastery of vowel production is central to developing vocal technique and may be influenced by language, musical context or a coach's direction. Currently, students learn through verbal descriptions, demonstration of correct vowel sounds, and customized exercises. Vowel Shapes is an interactive practice tool that automatically captures and visualizes(More)
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