Perspectives, SIG 3, Vol. 3, Part 2, 2018
The articles provide affiliates with information about pediatric instrumental examination and variations in vocal fold vibratory parameters and voice therapy approaches in the pediatric population. From there, authors explore the knowledge of the speech-language pathologist regarding how hormones effect voice function and concepts related to motor learning and voice rehabilitation.
You will be able
- describe differences in vocal fold vibratory motion in children and adults
- identify the current state of the literature documenting voice therapy treatment outcomes in children
- describe speech-language pathologist knowledge and general practice patterns within voice specialty clinical settings
- define action observation and motor imagery
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