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Phonatory physiology functions

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gemmalesley's version from 2017-08-14 12:47

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Question Answer
PrimaryProtection of respiratory, thoracic fixation for increased abdominal pressure
SecondaryVoice vibration, active range 2-2.5 octaves, larynx = increased subglottic pressure
Longitudinal changesIncreased tension, decreased tension, change in vocal tune frequency
Medial compression of vocal foldsIncreased compression, decreased compression, changes in vocal intensity
Increased compressionGreater resistance = large air escape
Decreased compressionLess resistance = more air escape
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