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Research Potentials in Voice Physiology
Research Potentials in Voice Physiology
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David W. Brewer - Author
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Hardcover - 377 pages
Release Date: June 1964
ISBN10: 0-87395-012-7
ISBN13: 978-0-87395-012-1

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Summary

The papers of an international conference, held at the State University Upstate Medical Center at Syracuse, devoted to the sound-generating functions of the human larynx and its neuromuscular connections. The papers are divided into the categories of anatomy, neurophysiology, physics, electromyography, high-speed photography and stroboscopy, phonetics, voice diagnosis and therapy, relations with hearing and speech, pathology, and medical and surgical aspects.

David W. Brewer received his Master’s Degree from the State University of New York Upstate Medical Center at Syracuse.



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