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نتایج جستجو برای Voice Intensity

تعداد نتایج: 148206  
2003
DEBI LAPLANTE, NALINI AMBADY, Amy Edmondson, J. Richard Hackman, Joshua Margolis, Patricia Deldin, Adam Shaw, Maureen LeBlanc, Alisha Creel, Brian Sandoval,

Individuals in two studies listened to statements or questions that were either consistent or inconsistent across verbal content and tone of voice. Results showed that tone of voice substantially affected judges’ ratings of the politeness for positive content statements but did so only minimally for negative content statements. Tone of voice affected judges’ politeness ratings of both positive ...

Journal: :Acta otorhinolaryngologica Italica : organo ufficiale della Societa italiana di otorinolaringologia e chirurgia cervico-facciale 2005
A Schindler, A Canale, A L Cavalot, R Albera, P Capaccio, F Ottaviani, O Schindler,

Tracheo-oesophageal voice prostheses are currently widely used following total laryngectomy. Data on maximum phonation time and spectrum have been studied by various Authors and are well known. On the contrary, intensity and fundamental frequency control have received little attention. Intensity and fundamental frequency play an important role in the prosodic aspects of speech. Fundamental freq...

1992
Helmer Strik, Louis Boves,

In this paper the control of fundamental frequency (F0), intensity level of the radiated acoustic signal (IL), and voice quality is studied in normal conversational speech. It is shown that the physiological fac tors that best explain measured features of the speech wave depend on the part of the utterance taken into account. Also, it appears that in speech transglottal pressure (Ptr) is more i...

1992
Helmer Strik, Louis Boves,

In this paper the control of fundamental frequency (F0), intensity level of the radiated acoustic signal (IL), and voice quality is studied in normal conversational speech. It is shown that the physiological fac tors that best explain measured features of the speech wave depend on the part of the utterance taken into account. Also, it appears that in speech transglottal pressure (Ptr) is more i...

2014
Thomas Murry, Charles F. Gell,

Previous investigations indicate that as one approaches, the upper or lower limits of the modal or falsetto phonational registers, the range of vocal intensities the speaker is capable of producing decreases. However, no data are available relating frequency/ intensity changes for extremely low frequency phonation, often called glottal or vocal fry due to its perceptual attributes. The purpose ...

2011
Rahul Malhotra, Jyoti Kumari,

Communication is the method by which two persons can share any meaningful information with each other at an instant. It requires a sender who wants to communicate, message which is to be conveyed & receiver who receives this message at the receiver end. Now a days due to the advancements and technology, digital communication is receiving wide attention among researchers. Digital communication i...

Journal: :CoDAS 2016
Amanda Louize Félix Mendes, Brunna Thaís Luckwu de Lucena, Aline Menezes Guedes Dias De Araújo, Luciana Pimentel Fernandes de Melo, Leonardo Wanderley Lopes, Maria Fabiana Bonfim de Lima Silva,

OBJECTIVE To identify a possible correlation between teachers vocal intensity and the noise in the classroom, as well as between vocal intensity and the symptoms of vocal tract discomfort before and after classes. METHODS 27 Elementary School I teachers participated in the study. We used the questionnaires "Vocal Production Condition of the Teacher" and "Vocal Tract Discomfort Scale - VTD" wh...

Journal: :Acta psychologica 2015
Chao Zhang, Daniël Lakens, Wijnand A IJsselsteijn,

The illusion of nonmediation is an experience in mediated communication where individuals respond as if the medium is not there. It is frequently associated with advanced media technology, such as virtual environments and teleconference systems. In this paper, we investigate whether people experience an illusion of nonmediation during interactions as simple as making a phone call. In three expe...

Journal: :Computer Speech & Language 2013
Luís Pinto Coelho, Daniela Braga, José Miguel Salles Dias, Carmen García-Mateo,

In the last few years, the number of systems and devices that use voice based interaction has grown significantly. For a continued se of these systems, the interface must be reliable and pleasant in order to provide an optimal user experience. However there are urrently very few studies that try to evaluate how pleasant is a voice from a perceptual point of view when the final application s a s...

ژورنال: توانبخشی 2019

Objective: The effects of voice disorders vary from person to person. Occupation, work environment, life, and family reaction are variables that affect one’s perception of his/her own as an impaired voice. Voice Handicap Index (VHI) has not yet been used to compare the degree of voice disorders. Assuming that the quality of life may be different under a variety of voice disorders and that diffe...