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Phonation

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Laryngeal voice function, NOS

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Phonation

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Laryngeal voicing of sounds

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Phonation

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Phonation

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Phonation

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Phonation, NOS

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Phonation

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Phonatory function of larynx

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Phonation

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Segmentation of laryngeal airflow into pulses

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Phonation

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phonation

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E) PHONATION

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E) SPEECH

Last Update: 2017-04-06
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Its phonation is voiced .

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Its phonation is voiced .

Last Update: 2018-02-13
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Aber auch die myoelastische Theorie reicht nicht aus, um sämtliche Vorgänge der Phonation zu erklären.

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Failure to interpret well is not a vocal fault, even though it may affect vocal sound significantly.

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Durch eine über einen bestimmten Zeitraum vorgenommene Stimulation des Hörens kann die Phonation dauerhaft verändert werden.

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It is possible to durably transform phonation when auditive stimulation is maintained over a certain time (the law of duration).

Last Update: 2018-02-13
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Durch eine über einen bestimmten Zeitraum vorgenommene Stimulation des Hörens kann die Phonation dauerhaft verändert werden.

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It is possible to durably transform phonation when auditive stimulation is maintained over a certain time.

Last Update: 2018-02-13
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Die über eine bestimmte Zeitdauer wiederholte akustische Stimulation führt zur endgültigen Veränderung des Gehörs und folglich der Phonation.

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The acoustic stimulation, repeated for a predetermined length of time, leads to a permanent change in hearing and hence phonation.

Last Update: 2018-02-13
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Zur Untersuchung sitzt oder steht der wache Patient und streckt die Zunge bei neutraler Kopfhaltung maximal aus dem Mund, ohne Phonation und ohne den Kopf zu bewegen.

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In many ways it assesses the height of the mouth; the distance from the tongue base to the roof of the mouth, and therefore the amount of space in which there is to work.

Last Update: 2016-03-03
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Im Birmanischen beziehen diese Kontraste nicht nur die Tonhöhe mit ein, sondern auch Phonation, Intensität (Lautstärke), Dauer und Vokalqualität.

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In Burmese, these contrasts involve not only pitch, but also phonation, intensity (loudness), duration, and vowel quality.

Last Update: 2016-03-03
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Kurse und Seminarien auf dem Gebiet Körper/Stimme (Coblenzer/Wien: Atem-angepasste Phonation; Pikes/London: The whole voice; Sokolov/New York: Stimme und Körper).

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Courses and seminaries in the domain of body/voice (Coblenzer/Vienna: Phonation adapted to respiration; Pikes/London: The whole voice; Sokolov/New York: Voice and Body).

Last Update: 2018-02-13
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