A FACTOR ANALYSIS OF TWELVE PHYSICAL MEASURES OF VOICE.
PURDUE UNIV LAFAYETTE IND
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The following four factors emerged from the analyses time, power, power variability, and pitch variability. Although the importance of vocal intensity and syllable duration in voice intelligibility are well recognized, the findings of this study indicate that pitch variability and power intensity variability are also important to good voice communications. Consequently, communications training programs designed to improve speech intelligibility should include instruction and drill in these variables. Author
- Humanities and History
- Voice Communications