Micro-phenomenology of voice*

In the navigational analogy for the [intlink id=”126″ type=”post”]diagnostic process[/intlink] that we use at BVI ([intlink id=”800″ type=”page”]see integrative diagnostic model/method[/intlink]), includes such things as plankton counts in the water surrounding the boat; measurement of ocean temperature; and trace magnesium level of the water – i.e., particular vocal microphenomenologies may include such things as [intlink id=”257″ type=”post”]jitter[/intlink], [intlink id=”497″ type=”post”]shimmer[/intlink], [intlink id=”151″ type=”post”]EGG[/intlink] measurements, transglottal airflow rate, and so forth. Microphenomenologies such as these, even when taken together, tend to be non-specific and therefore may suggest a long list of possible diagnoses.

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