Published in Physician Law Weekly, January 17th, 2007
This trend article about California State University, U.S., is an immediate alert from NewsRx to identify developing directions of research.
Study 1: Research findings, "Perception of spasmodic dysphonia speech in background noise," are discussed in a new report. "The purpose of this investigation was to judge whether the Lombard effect, a characteristic change in the acoustical properties of speech produced in noise, existed in adductor spasmodic dysphonia speech, and if so, whether the effect added to or detracted from speaker intelligibility. Intelligibility, as described by...
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