Articulatory, developmental, and gender effects on measures of fundamental frequency and jitter.

Abstract

Fundamental frequency (Fo) and jitter were measured in digitized live-voice productions of sustained vowels [a], [i], and [u] from women, men, and 6- through 9-year-old children. Results showed (a) significant developmental differences for mean Fo and for the pattern of jitter by vowel type, (b) significant gender differences in Fo and jitter only for… (More)

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@article{Sussman1994ArticulatoryDA, title={Articulatory, developmental, and gender effects on measures of fundamental frequency and jitter.}, author={Jessika E Sussman and Cristina Sapienza}, journal={Journal of voice : official journal of the Voice Foundation}, year={1994}, volume={8 2}, pages={145-56} }