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Phonétogrammes des mécanismes vibratoires laryngés chez l'enfant

Abstract : Voice range profile has allowed us to explore children's laryngeal vibratory mechanisms and the limits of their voices. We wanted to find out what were the most influential factors in the development of children's voice. The role of mechanism 1 prior to puberty was objectified. No impact of vocal training was evidenced for singers, however the singers present better capacities than the nonsingers. No impact of age or sex was evidenced in singers.
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Émilie Hareau, Naïs Alonso. Phonétogrammes des mécanismes vibratoires laryngés chez l'enfant. Sciences cognitives. 2013. ⟨dumas-00873438⟩

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