Teachers and Teaching: Speech Production Accommodations Due to Changes in the Acoustic Environment.

@article{Hunter2015TeachersAT,
  title={Teachers and Teaching: Speech Production Accommodations Due to Changes in the Acoustic Environment.},
  author={Eric J. Hunter and Pasquale Bottalico and Simone Graetzer and Timothy W. Leishman and Mark L. Berardi and Nathan G Eyring and Zachary R Jensen and Michael K Rolins and Jennifer K Whiting},
  journal={Energy procedia},
  year={2015},
  volume={78},
  pages={3102-3107}
}
School teachers have an elevated risk of voice problems due to the vocal demands in the workplace. This manuscript presents the results of three studies investigating teachers' voice use at work. In the first study, 57 teachers were observed for 2 weeks (waking hours) to compare how they used their voice in the school environment and in non-school environments. In a second study, 45 participants performed a short vocal task in two different rooms: a variable acoustic room and an anechoic… CONTINUE READING

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