Acoustic features of dysphonic speech vs normal speech in New Zealand English speakers

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Erfanian Sabaee, Maryam
Sharifzadeh, Hamid
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2021-07
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Conference Contribution - Paper in Published Proceedings
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New Zealand
dysphonic patients
impaired speech
voice production
formant frequencies
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Erfanian Sabaee, M., & Sharifzadeh, H. (2021). Acoustic Features of Dysphonic Speech vs Normal Speech in New Zealand English Speakers. 2021 12th Annual CITRENZ Conference (pp. 122), Wellington, New Zealand.
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This poster presents the acoustic features of distorted speech in three dysphonic New Zealanders compared to three healthy individuals as the control group. There are a total of six subjects in this study. Voice onset time and measurements of the two formant frequencies of vowel articulation in /hVd/ words are calculated for both groups, and the results are provided for comparison purposes. Furthermore, independent sample t-tests are conducted between dysphonic and normal speech results to evaluate the significancy of the differences in acoustic measurements.
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Computing and Information Technology Research and Education New Zealand (CITRENZ)
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