Foundations of voice studies: An interdisciplinary approach to voice production and perception. Kreiman, J. and Sidtis, D. Wiley-Blackwell, Chichester.
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1 Introduction. 2 Producing a voice and controlling its sound. 3 Neurological foundations of voice production and perception. 4 Physical characteristics and the voice: Can we hear what a speaker looks like? 5 recognizing speaker identity from voice: Theoretical and ethological perspectives and a psychological model. 6 The brain behind the voice: Cerebral models of voice production and perception. 7 Identifying unfamiliar voices in forensic contexts. 8 Linguistic uses of voice quality: How voice signals linguistic and pragmatic aspects of communication. 9 Perception of emotion and personality from voice. 10 Miscellany: Voice in law enforcement, media and singing.
@book{kreiman_foundations_2011,
	Address = {Chichester},
	Author = {Kreiman, Jody and Sidtis, Diana},
	Date = {2011},
	Date-Modified = {2016-09-23 19:24:08 +0000},
	Isbn = {978-0-631-22297-2},
	Keywords = {phonation, phonetics, prosody, speech production, voice quality},
	Publisher = {Wiley-Blackwell},
	Title = {Foundations of voice studies: An interdisciplinary approach to voice production and perception},
	Abstract = {1 Introduction. 2 Producing a voice and controlling its sound. 3 Neurological foundations of voice production and perception. 4 Physical characteristics and the voice: Can we hear what a speaker looks like? 5 recognizing speaker identity from voice: Theoretical and ethological perspectives and a psychological model. 6 The brain behind the voice: Cerebral models of voice production and perception. 7 Identifying unfamiliar voices in forensic contexts. 8 Linguistic uses of voice quality: How voice signals linguistic and pragmatic aspects of communication. 9 Perception of emotion and personality from voice. 10 Miscellany: Voice in law enforcement, media and singing.}}
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