Associations between objectively-measured acoustic parameters and occupational voice use among primary school teachers
Previous studies on voice disorders among teachers have reported that this multidimensional phenomenon is associated with individual factors, external factors related with the audience and with the type of task and the occupation. This work deals with the long-term monitoring (1 to 4 days) of 31 primary school teachers and with the determination of the relationship between conversational and occupational voice parameters. Statistical analysis was performed to investigate the relationships between voice parameters and room acoustics-related factors.
|Acoustic measurements, Classrom acoustics, Vocal effort, Voice monitoring|
|Organisation||Erasmus MC: University Medical Center Rotterdam|
Astolfi, A, Puglisi, G.E, Cantor Cutiva, L.C, Pavese, L, Carullo, A, & Burdorf, A. (2015). Associations between objectively-measured acoustic parameters and occupational voice use among primary school teachers. doi:10.1016/j.egypro.2015.12.330