Psychological Considerations in Vocal Rehabilitation The study of the human voice in phoniatric laboratories has added greatly to our knowledge of the physiology and pathology of vocal function. In dealing with voice patients, it must be supplemented by a consideration of all the psychological factors that determine vocal behavior and the relationship between patient and ... Articles
Articles  |   February 01, 1981
Psychological Considerations in Vocal Rehabilitation
 
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Articles   |   February 01, 1981
Psychological Considerations in Vocal Rehabilitation
Journal of Speech and Hearing Disorders, February 1981, Vol. 46, 21-26. doi:10.1044/jshd.4601.21
History: Received March 3, 1980 , Accepted May 20, 1980
 
Journal of Speech and Hearing Disorders, February 1981, Vol. 46, 21-26. doi:10.1044/jshd.4601.21
History: Received March 3, 1980; Accepted May 20, 1980

The study of the human voice in phoniatric laboratories has added greatly to our knowledge of the physiology and pathology of vocal function. In dealing with voice patients, it must be supplemented by a consideration of all the psychological factors that determine vocal behavior and the relationship between patient and clinician. This discussion deals with the psychological reaction to voice, vocal dynamics, and approaches to therapy. Success in vocal rehabilitation depends on constant attention to these considerations.

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