Compilation of research articles written by NCVS affiliates

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NCVS Research Articles 2000 - 2005

Alipour, F., Berry, D., & Titze, I. (2000). A finite element model of vocal fold vibration. J. Acoust. Soc. Amer., 108 (6), 3003-3012.

Alipour, F., Titze, I.R., Hunter, E., & Tayama, N. (2005). Active and passive properties of canine abduction/adduction laryngeal muscles. J. Voice 19(3): 350-9.

Bergan, C., & Titze, I. (2001). Perception of pitch and roughness in vocal signals with subharmonics. J. Voice 15(2), 165-175.

Bergan, C.C, Titze, I.R., & Story, B. (2004). The perception of two vocal qualities in a synthesized vocal utterance: Ring and pressed voice. J. Voice,18(3), 305-317.

Berry, D.A., Clark, M.J., Montequin, D.W., & Titze, I.R. (2001). Characterization of the medial surface of the vocal folds. Ann. of Otol., Rhinology, and Laryngol. 110(5), 470-477.

Berry, D., Verdolini, K., Montequin, D., Hess, M., Chan, R., & Titze, I. (2001). A quantitative output - cost ratio in voice production. J. Speech, Language, Hear. Res. 44(1), 29-37.

Berry, D., Montequin, D., Titze, I. & Hoffman, H. (2003). An investigation of cricoarytenoid joint mechanics using simulated muscle forces. J. Voice 17(1), 47-62.

Chan, R., & Titze, I. (2000). Viscoelastic shear properties of human vocal fold mucosa: Theoretical characterization based on constitutive modeling. J. Acoust. Soc. Amer., 107 (1), 565-580.

Chan, R.W., Gray, S.D., & Titze, I.R. (2001). The importance of hyaluronic acid in vocal fold biomechanics. Otolaryngology-Head and Neck Surgery 124(6), 607-614.

Chan, R.W. & Titze, I.R. (2003). Effect of post mortem changes and freezing on viscoelastic properties of vocal fold tissues. Annals of Biomedical Engineering 31, 482-491.

Emerich K.A., Titze, I.R., Švec, J.G., Popolo, P.S., & Logan, G. (2005). Vocal range and intensity in actors: a studio versus stage comparison. J. Voice 19(1): 78-83.

Fox, C., Halpern, A., Petska, J., Spielman, J., Will, L., and Ramig, L. (2005). Voice treatment (LSVT(r)) for individuals with Parkinson Disease: New horizons. Perspectives on Voice and Voice Disorders, 15 (2), 9-16.

Fuja, T.J., Probst-Fuja, M.N., and Titze, I.R. (2005). Changes in expression of extracellular matrix genes, fibrogenic factors, and actin cytoskeletal organization in retinol treated and untreated vocal fold stellate cells. Matrix Biol. Oct 24.

Fuja, T., Probst-Fuja, M., and Titze, I.R. (2005). Transdifferentiation of vocal fold stellate cells and all-trans retinol-induced deactivation. Cell Tissue Res. 322(3):417-24.

Gray, S., Titze, I., Alipour, F., & Hammond, T. (2000). Biomechanical and histologic observations of vocal fold fibrous proteins. Ann. Otol. Rhino. Laryngol.,109(1), 77-85.

Halpern, A., Matos, C., Ramig, L., Petska, J., Spielman, J., & Will, L. (2005). Technology supported speech treatment for Parkinson's disease. Movement Disorders, 20(10), p. S134.

Hsiao, T., Liu, C., Luschei E., & Titze, I. (2001). The effect of cricoarytenoid muscle action on the relation between subglottic pressure and fundamental frequency in an in vivo canine model. J. Voice 15(2), 187-193.

Hunter, E.J. Titze, I.R. (2003). Review of range of arytenoid cartilage motion. Acoustic Research Letters Online, 6(3), 112-117.

Hunter, E.J. Titze, I.R. (2004). Overlap of Hearing and Voicing Ranges in Singing. Journal of Singing, 61 (4):387-392.

Hunter, E.J., Titze, I.R., Alipour, F. (2004). A three-dimensional model of vocal fold adduction/abduction. J. Acoust. Soc. Am. 115(4), 1747-1759.

Hunter, E.J., &Titze, I.R. (2004). A three-dimensional model of vocal adduction and abduction. J. Acoust. Soc. Amer., 115(4), 1747-1759.

Hunter, E.J., and Titze, I.R. (2005) Individual subject laryngeal dimensions of multiple mammalian species for biomechanical models. Ann. Otol. Rhinol. Laryngol. 114(10):809-18.

Hunter, E.J., Svec, J.G., and Titze, I.R. (2005) Comparison of the produced and perceived voice range profiles in untrained and trained classical singers. J.Voice Nov 29; [Epub ahead of print].

Hunter, E.J., and Titze, I.R. (2005). Review of range of arytenoid cartilage motion compared to models of vocal fold adduction/abduction. Acoustic Research Letters Online 6(3), 112 - 117.

Kim, M.J., Hunter, E.J., Titze, I.R. (2004). Comparison of Human, Canine, and Ovine Laryngeal Dimensions. Annals of Otology, Rhinology and Laryngology. 113(1), 60-68.

Klemuk, S.A, & Titze, I.R. (2004). Viscoelastic properties of three biomaterials at low audio frequencies. Laryngoscope., 114(9), 1597-603.

Laukkanen, A.M. Titze, I.R., Finnegan, E.M., & Hoffman, H. (2002). Laryngeal muscle activity in a tonal scale: comparing speech-like to song-like productions in a mezzo-soprano. J. Singing 59(1), 49-56.

McCabe, D.J., & Titze, I.R. (2002). Chant-therapy for treating vocal fatigue among public school teachers: A preliminary study. Amer. J. Sp.-Lang. Path. 11, 356-359.

Mergell, P., Herzel, H., and Titze, I.R. (2000). Irregular vocal-fold vibration - high speed observation and modeling, J. Acoust. Soc. Amer., 108 (6), 2996-3002.

Mineck, C., Tayama, N., Chan, R., & Titze, I. (2000). Three-dimensional anatomic characterization of the canine laryngeal abductor and adductor musculature. Ann. Otol. Rhinol. Laryng., 109(5), 505-513.

Nix, J., Emerich, K., and Titze, I.R. (2005). Application of Vocal Fry to the Training of Singers. J. of Singing 62 (1), 53-58.

Popolo, P.S., Švec, J.G., & Titze, I.R. (2005). Adaptation of a pocket PC for use as a wearable voice dosimeter. J. Speech Language and Hearing Research 48(4): 780-91.

Sapir, S., Spielman, J., Ramig, L., Hinds, S., Countryman, S., Fox, C., Story, B. (2003). Effects of intensive voice treatment (the Lee Silverman Voice Treatment, LSVT) on ataxic dysarthria: A case study. American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology, 12, 387-399.

Spencer, M., & Titze, I. (2001). An investigation of a modal-falsetto register transition hypothesis using helox gas. J. Voice 15(1), 15-24.

Spielman, J., Borod, J., Ramig, L. (2003). The effects of intensive voice treatment on facial expressiveness in Parkinson disease: Preliminary data. Cognitive and Behavioral Neurology, 16 (3), 177-188.

Story, B.S., Laukkanen, A M., and Titze, I.R., (2000). Acoustic impedance of an artificially lengthened and constricted vocal tract, J. Voice 14 (4), 455-469.

Story, B.S., Titze, I.R., & Hoffman, E. (2001). The relationship of vocal tract shape to three voice qualities. J. Acoust. Soc. Amer. 109(4), 1651-1667.

Story, B.H. & Titze, I.R. (2002). A preliminary study of voice quality transformation based on modifications to the neutral vocal tract area function. J. Phonetics 30, 485-509.

Švec, J.G., Popolo, P.S., & Titze, I.R. (2003). Measurement of vocal doses in speech: experimental procedure and signal processing. Logopedics, Phoniatrics and Vocology 28, 181-192.

Švec, J., Titze, I.R, & Popolo, P. (2005). Estimation of sound pressure levels of voiced speech from skin vibration of the neck. J Acoust. Soc. Am. 117 (3), 1386-1394.

Tayama, N., Chan, R., Kaga, K., & Titze, I. (2001). Geometrical characteristics of the laryngeal cartilage framework for the purpose of biomechanical modeling. Ann. of Otol, Rhinol. Laryngol. 110(12), 1154-1161.

Tayama, N., Chan, R., Kaga, K., & Titze, I. (2002). Functional definitions of vocal fold geometry for laryngeal biomechanical modeling . Ann. of Otol., Rhinol., and Laryngol. 111(1), 83-92.

Titze, I., Story, B., Burnett, G., Holzrichter, J., Ng, L., & Lea, W. (2000). Comparison between electroglottography and electromagnetic glottography. J. Acoust. Soc. Amer., 107(1), 581-588.

Titze, I.R. (2001). Acoustic interpretation of resonant voice. J. Voice 15(4), 519-528.

Titze, I.R., Laukkanen, A.M., Finnegan, E.M., & Jaiswal, S. (2002). Raising lung pressure and pitch in vocal warm-ups: the use of flow-resistant straws. J. Singing 58(4), 329-338.

Titze, I.R., Story, B., Smith, M., & Long, R. (2002). A reflex resonance model of vocal vibrato. J. Acoust. Soc. Amer. 111(5), 2272-2282.

Titze, I., & Story, B. (2002). Rules for controlling low-dimensional vocal fold models with muscle activities. J. Acoust. Soc. Amer. 112(3), 1064-1076.

Titze, I.R. (2002). Regulating glottal airflow in phonation: application of the maximum power transfer theorem. J. Acoust. Soc. Amer. 111(1), 367-376.

Titze, I.R., Bergan, C.C., Hunter, E.J., Story, B. (2003). Source and Filter Adjustments Governing the Perception of the Vocal Qualities Twang and Yawn. Logopedics, Phoniatrics, and Vocology, 28(4), 147-155.

Titze, I.R., Švec, J.G., & Popolo, P.S. (2003). Vocal dose measures: quantifying accumulated vibration exposure in vocal fold tissues. J. Speech, Language, and Hearing Research 46(4): 919-932.

Titze, I.R., & Jin, S.M. (2003). Is there evidence of a second singer's formant? J. Singing 59(4), 329-331.

Titze, I.R., Bergan, C.C., Hunter, E.J., & Story, B.H. (2003). Source and filter adjustments governing the perception of the vocal qualities Twang and Yawn. Logopedics, Phoniatrics, and Vocology 28, 147-155.

Titze, I.R., Hitchcock, R.W., Broadhead, K., Gray, S.D., Li, W., Webb, K., & Tresco, P.A. (2004). Design and validation of a bioreactor for engineering vocal fold tissues under combined tensile and vibrational stresses. J. Biomechanics.,37(10), 1521-1529.

Titze, I.R. (2004). A theoretical study of F0-F1 interaction with application to resonant speaking and singing voice. J. Voice, 18(3), 292-298.

Titze, I.R. and Hunter, E.J. (2004). Normal Vibration Frequencies of the Vocal Ligament. J. Acoust. Soc. Am. 115(5), 2264-2269.

Titze, I.R. (2004). Theory of glottal airflow and source-filter interaction in speaking and singing. Acta Acustica-Acustica 90(4), 641-648.

Titze, I.R. and Hunter, E.J. (2004). Normal mode vibration frequencies of the vocal ligament. J. Acoust. Soc. Amer., 115 (5), 2264-2269.

Titze, I.R., Klemuk, S., & Gray, S.D. (2004). Methodology for rheological testing of engineered biomaterials at audio frequencies. J. Acoust. Soc. Amer.115(1), 392-401.

Titze, I.R., Broadhead, K., Tresco, P.A., & Gray, S.D. (2005). Strain distribution in an elastic substrate vibrated in a bioreactor for vocal fold tissue engineering. J. Biomechanics 38(12): 2406-14.

Verdolini, K., Min, Y., Titze, I., Lemke, J., Brown, K., Van Messbergen, M., Jiang, J., & Fisher, K. (2002). Biological mechanisms underlying voice changes due to dehydration. J. Speech,Language and Hearing Research 45(2), 268-281.

Viscovich, N., Borod, J., Pihan, H., Peery, S., Brickman, A., Tabert, M., Schmidt, M., Spielman, J. (2003). Acoustical analysis of posed prosodic expressions: Effects of emotion and sex. Perceptual and Motor Skills, 96, 759-71.

Tom, K., & Titze, I. (2001). Vocal intensity in falsetto phonation of a countertenor: An analysis by synthesis approach. J. Acoust. Soc. Amer. 110(3), 1667-1676.

Tom, K., Titze, I., Hoffman, E., & Story, B. (2001). Three-dimensional vocal tract imaging and formant structure: varying vocal register, pitch and loudness. J. Acoust. Soc. Amer. 109(2), 742-747.

vanMersbergen, M., Ostrem, J., & Titze, I. (2001). Preparation of the speech-language pathologist specializing in voice: an educational survey, J. Voice 15(2), 237-250.