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Providing clear and comprehensive coverage of the science of speech and voice at a basic level, this text contextualises the theory by giving insights into more advanced aspects of the subject.
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Alison Behrman, Ph.D. is Assistant Professor in Speech Communication Studies at Iona College. A well-respected speech and voice scientist with clinical expertise in voice disorders, she maintains an active research program and lectures around the world on speech science, instrumentation and the treatment of voice disorders. She has developed voice centers for two major New York City medical centers and was a founding member of the International Conference on the Physiology and Acoustics of Singing.Review:
Doody Enterprises, Inc.: "* * * * Four stars from Doody's Review Service! [First Edition]" Lynn Helding, Journal of Singing, (2009): "Someone has finally done it: written 'Voice Science for the Non-Scientific (Yet Nevertheless Intelligent) Person'... Both the set up scheme and graphic features of this book should guarantee its use by many different populations within the larger community of voice studies, for these allow the reader to navigate quickly to topics of interest without having to wade through clinical or technical language to get there. [Refers to First Edition]"
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Book Description Plural Publishing Inc, 2007. Paperback. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P111597560480