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Travail de perception et de conscience vocale dans la rééducation de l'enfant dysphonique

Abstract : The purpose of this study was to determine whether dysfunctional dysphonia and regular singing practice modified the perceptive abilities of 7 to 11 years old children. To achieve this, a perception test exploring the discrimination of pitch and loudness and the assessment of pitch, loudness and GRBAS parameters was submitted to 36 dysphonic, normophonic, singers and non-singers children. Our results highlighted that unlike singing practice, dysphonia does not influence children's perception and that non-singers definitely confuse terms referring to pitch and loudness.
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Guillemette Du Tertre. Travail de perception et de conscience vocale dans la rééducation de l'enfant dysphonique. Sciences cognitives. 2013. ⟨dumas-00869000⟩

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