Acoustic qualities of phonation in young hearing-impaired children.

  title={Acoustic qualities of phonation in young hearing-impaired children.},
  author={Rita Black Monsen},
  journal={Journal of speech and hearing research},
  volume={22 2},
Monosyllables were recorded from a group of 24 hearing-impaired and 6 normal-hearing children between three to six years of age. Tokens of the syllables /ba/ and /bo/ were placed on listening tapes and a panel of 10 experienced listeners made ratings of relative voice quality. The phonation samples were subjected to both a gross (spectrographic) and a fine (computer-aided) acoustic analysis. The following acoustic characteristics were examined: (1) mean fundamental frequency, (2) duration, (3… CONTINUE READING

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