Shouting out to the CUNY community from the great big, beautiful Bronx!
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!
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.
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…
I meant vocal nodules, not vocal nodes.
What are known as nodules are often referred to casually as nodes.
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