Reflexive and volitional voice fundamental frequency responses to an anticipated feedback pitch error

@article{Burnett2008ReflexiveAV,
  title={Reflexive and volitional voice fundamental frequency responses to an anticipated feedback pitch error},
  author={Theresa A. Burnett and Katie E. McCurdy and Jessica C. Bright},
  journal={Experimental Brain Research},
  year={2008},
  volume={191},
  pages={341-351}
}
The pitch-shift reflex is a corrective voice fundamental frequency (F0) response triggered by a sudden shift or “error” in auditory feedback pitch. We investigated how anticipating a voice pitch error affects the pitch-shift reflex and volitional voice F0 responses. Adults sustained the vowel/u/at a comfortable pitch and pressed a button to deliver a 100 cent, 100 ms auditory feedback pitch shift immediately or after a random delay. Pitch shift direction was either constant (up) or randomized… CONTINUE READING

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