Verbal Instruction Model (VIM) in voice therapy.

Abstract

The stumbling-block in voice therapy is the patient's generalization of the new voice behavior in everyday life. Traditionally voice therapy is based on demonstration, i.e. during the therapy session the speech therapist uses her own voice and body to demonstrate for the patient how to produce voice in different training tasks. During the last decade a new… (More)
DOI: 10.3109/14015439.2014.949303

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