Silbyane Sapir

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A vocal health questionnaire was administered in three locations in the USA to female university singers and non-singers. The responses of 70 singers and 89 non-singers were analysed. The questionnaire solicited background information as well as information about vocal health and symptoms, vocally abusive speech habits, attitudes toward singing and vocal(More)
In a recent survey study it was found that female army instructors were significantly more likely to suffer from symptoms of vocal attrition than new female recruits, supporting the clinical impression that those who are engaged in a vocally taxing vocation are at higher risk for vocal attrition than those who are not. In the present study we found that(More)
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