Prephonatory laryngeal and chest wall dynamics.

@article{Cavallo1985PrephonatoryLA,
  title={Prephonatory laryngeal and chest wall dynamics.},
  author={Sandra Cavallo and Robert Jan Baken},
  journal={Journal of speech and hearing research},
  year={1985},
  volume={28 1},
  pages={79-87}
}
The timing of prephonatory movements of the larynx, rib cage, and abdomen was examined in order to gain insight into the contribution of the vocal folds to the posturing of the chest wall. A simple stimulus-response paradigm was used in eliciting brief utterances--/a/ and /ha/--from six adult males. Chest wall movements were observed using mercury strain gages while simultaneous electroglottographic and airflow records provided information about vocal fold behavior. Independence of prephonatory… CONTINUE READING