Framework of Articulatory Phonetics
.... Articulatory phonetics: Mechanisms explained In the production of language sounds, the airstream from the lungs passes between the vocal cords
, which are two ....
)The English Consonant System
.... The glottis is the space in the larynx between the vocal cords
or folds. When the vocal cords
are brought tightly together, thus ....
)Description, Diagnoses & Treatment of Stuttering
.... The National Center for Stuttering (1999) reports on the sources of tension on the vocal cords
that lead to physiological predisposition for stuttering. ....
)ESL PHONOLOGY The defi
.... For example, in English a /t/ sounds different from a /d/ because /d/ is pronounced with the vocal cords
vibrating (ie it is voiced), and /t/ is pronounced ....
)Liocaine During Laryngoscopy & Intubation
.... Aqueous lidocaine hydrochloride, 5 ml in a 4% mixture, sprayed topically to the upper airway and vocal cords
4 minutes prior to endotracheal intubation (Morgan ....
)Lidocaine, Heart Rate and Blood Pressure
.... Topical Lidocaine - aqueous lidocaine hydrochloride, 5 ml in a 4% mixture, sprayed topically to the upper airway and vocal cords
4 minutes prior to ....
)Voice Studio Technology
.... the student for the production of proper sounds, but it also creates a situation in which the singer may inadvertently damage his or her vocal cords
and other ....
)Polio in the US Introduction This r
.... patients. The cranial nerve nuclei are involved and weak pharynx and vocal cords
results in inability to swallow or talk clearly. The ....
)A Mind that Found Itself
.... conversation. So weak were my vocal cords
from lack of use that every few minutes I must either rest or whisper (Beers, 1981, 74). Beers ....
.... Topical Lidocaine Aqueous lidocaine hydrochloride, 5 ml in a 4% mixture, sprayed topically to the upper airway and vocal cords
4 minutes prior to endotracheal ....
)Puberty in Males & Females The physical attributes differ s
.... This voice change can be abrupt or eventual and barely perceptible, with the larynx significantly enlarging and the vocal cords
nearly doubling in length. ....
)Role of Media Images on Anorexia Nervosa
.... Julie Andrews lent her name and prestige for a cure restore damaged vocal cords
after her own were damaged due to a surgical mistake, ending her singing career ....
)CO-EVOLUTION OF THE HUMAN BRAIN AND LANGUAGE
.... In the modern human, involved in this process is the larynx, which is the structure in the neck that contains the vocal
folds or cords
, and the pharynx, which ....
)Music Programs and Academic Achievement
.... students who participated in music classes with singing instruction and vocal
groups. .... Incongruous cords
were registered in the front of the temporal lobes, in ....