Selected acoustic characteristics of pathologic and normal speakers.

  title={Selected acoustic characteristics of pathologic and normal speakers.},
  author={Thomas Murry and Eloise Doherty},
  journal={Journal of speech and hearing research},
  volume={23 2},
The purpose of this study was to determine if measures of speaking fundamental frequency and its perturbation could be useful in differentiating talkers with no known vocal pathology and talkers with cancer of the larynx. Ten male subjects, five with a diagnosed malignancy of the larynx and five with normal voice, produced speech samples from which five voice production measures were obtained: the average speaking fundamental frequency (SFF), SFF variability during the reading of a sentence… CONTINUE READING
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