6 thoughts on “Study Help on Phonation”

  1. This video is awesome, seriously though, I was really curious about how the vocal folds looked when we spoke…this video hit it right on the money, thanks for sharing!

    Sharene

  2. Hi there,
    I’m one of the students/instructors taking the Mapping the Futures course with Professor Lissemore. I had no idea how extensive the content was for this course. I also don’t know anything about speech anatomy, but, I’m kind of excited I got to take a peek here.

  3. Very interesting! I admit that watching the vocal folds during vocalization kind of leaves me with a sense of vulnerability; they look so fragile. Toward the end of the video, the narrator said that the subject’s larynx was somewhat red. The subject said that he had been singing a lot. I wince thinking about singers forming nodes on their vocal folds…ouch…

  4. Very interesting! I admit that watching the vocal folds during vocalization kind of leaves me with a sense of vulnerability; they look so fragile. Toward the end of the video, the narrator said that the subject’s larynx was somewhat red. The subject said that he had been singing a lot. I wince thinking about singers forming nodes on their vocal folds…ouch…

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