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In breathy voice, however, owing to incomplete phonation, irregularity is barely discernible, if at all (listen to an example from Marasek).
MTP III, also a supraglottic muscle tension, is characterized by an anteroposterior shortening of the distance between the epiglottic petiole and the arytenoid muscles secondary to contraction of the larynx during phonation.
Respiration: Counting breath cycles (expiration / inspiration) for one minute and at rest; Maximum phonation times with emission of sustained vowels (/ a /; / i /); s/z ratio; Words by expiration through counting (40-1).
However, there were only 2 participants who demonstrated phonation break during the SES phase.
Fundamental frequency, phonation maximum time and vocal complaints in morbidly obese women.
Jitter is defined as cycle to cycle change in frequency and is a perturbation measure, which measures change in frequency during sustained phonation.
In the [p] in 'pat' the larynx begins relatively open and closes as the lips do, phonation beginning on the vowel sound (Leiberman and Blumstein, 196).
Secondly, it leaves the phonation of ingressives unspecified.
Total length, Phonation trajectory and Pause rate being the variables with the greatest discriminating power (with standardized canonical discriminant function coefficients of .
The shape and size of the implant were appropriately trimmed based on the biofeedback of voice perception, maximal phonation time (MPT) or the glottic closure in the laryngo-videoscopy.
The evaluation involves passing a flexible laryngoscope through the nose to the back of the throat to observe the movements of the vocal folds during phonation and cough.
It consists of synopses, fill-in study outlines, and self-tests related to anatomy and physiology aspects such as locator terms, planes of reference, and anatomical positions; the basics of cells and tissues; and anatomy in terms of the functional categories of respiration, phonation, articulation, and the nervous and auditory systems.