International Perspectives on Voice Disorders

Marie-Bernadette Timmermans, Marc De Bodt, Kristiane Van Lierde, Edwin Yiu (Editor)

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Current issues in voice assessments and internventions: a world perspective.

This book provides a state-of-the-art account of voice research and issues in clinical voice practice. The contributors are all voice experts and bring a range of international perspectives to the volume.

Section A - Current Issues in Voice Assessment and Intervention: A World Perspective
1. Australia (Dr Jenni Oates, Dr Jan Baker & Dr Anne Vertigan)
2. Belgium (Dr Marc de Bodt & Dr Bernadette Timmermans/ Kristiane Van Lierde)
3. Brazil (Dr Mara Behlau, Dr Gisele Oliveira, Dr Glaucya Madazio & Dr Rosiane Yamasaki)
4. China (Prof Wen Xu & Prof Demin Han)
5. Hong Kong (Dr Estella Ma & Triska Lee)
6. Israel (Dr Ofer Amir)
7. Japan (Dr Koichi Tsunoda)
8. United Kingdom (Prof Paul Carding)
9. USA (Dr Tanya Eadie & Dr Edie Hapner)
Section B - Contemporary Voice Research: A World Perspective
10. Current voice research in Japan (Dr Shigeru Hirano)
11. Current approaches for vocal fold regeneration (USA - Dr Nicole Li & Prof Kittie Verdolini Abbot)
12. Cognitive-Behavioural Treatment for Functional Dysphonia (United Kingdom - Prof Paul Carding)
13. Acupuncture and voice treatment (Hong Kong - Prof Edwin Yiu)
14. Motor learning and voice disorders (Hong Kong - Dr Estella Ma & Prof Edwin Yiu)
15. Contemporary voice research: A China perspective (China - Prof Jiangping Kong & Dr Gaowu Wang)
16. Instrumental analysis of professional voice users in the clinical setting (Australia - Dr Cate Madill & Dr Tricia McCabe)
17. Dysphonic severity measurement (Belgium - Dr Marc de Bodt & Dr Youri Maryn)
Original languageEnglish
Place of PublicationClevedon
PublisherMultilingual Matters
Number of pages11
ISBN (Print)978-1-84769-873-5
Publication statusPublished - 1 Dec 2012


  • voice disorders
  • assessment
  • intervention
  • research


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