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  1. Instabilities in human voice - one piece of the puzzle solved
  2. Videokymogram Analyzer Tool: Human–computer comparison
  3. Simulated Laryngeal High-Speed Videos for the Study of Normal and Dysphonic Vocal Fold Vibration
  4. Can the chest and head registers both be produced throughout an entire singing pitch range?
  5. Myoelastic-Aerodynamic Theory and Acoustics of Phonation - Tutorial
  6. Does the sound resonance in the windpipe change the voice source and the vocal fold oscillations?
  7. Fitting synthetic to clinical kymographic images for deriving kinematic vocal fold parameters: Application to left-right vibratory phase differences
  8. Finite-element modeling of vocal fold self-oscillations in interaction with vocal tract: Comparison of incompressible and compressible flow model
  9. Influence of nasal cavities on voice quality: Computer simulations and experiments
  10. Influence of Noise Resulting From the Location and Conditions of Classrooms and Schools in Upper Egypt on Teachers' Voices
  11. Kinematic model for simulating mucosal wave phenomena on vocal folds
  12. Cepstral and Perceptual Investigations in Female Teachers With Functionally Healthy Voice
  13. Visual and Automatic Evaluation of Vocal Fold Mucosal Waves Through Sharpness of Lateral Peaks in High-Speed Videokymographic Images
  14. Acoustic measures as video subtitles
  15. Recommended Protocols for Instrumental Assessment of Voice: American Speech-Language-Hearing Association Expert Panel to Develop a Protocol for Instrumental Assessment of Vocal Function
  16. Sound Pressure Level (SPL) of Voice and Speech and How to Measure It
  17. Resonance Tube Phonation in Water—the Effect of Tube Diameter and Water Depth on Back Pressure and Bubble Characteristics at Different Airflows
  18. Hemi-laryngeal Setup for Studying Vocal Fold Vibration in Three Dimensions
  19. Evaluation of clinical value of videokymography for diagnosis and treatment of voice disorders
  20. Comparing Chalk With Cheese—The EGG Contact Quotient Is Only a Limited Surrogate of the Closed Quotient
  21. Phasegram Analysis of Vocal Fold Vibration Documented With Laryngeal High-speed Video Endoscopy
  22. Numerical Simulation of the Self-oscillating Vocal Folds in Interaction with Vocal Tract Shaped for Particular Czech Vowels
  23. Relationship Between the Electroglottographic Signal and Vocal Fold Contact Area
  24. Finite Element Modelling of the Effect of Stiffness and Damping of Vocal Fold Layers on their Vibrations and Produced Sound
  25. The Flow and Pressure Relationships in Different Tubes Commonly Used for Semi-occluded Vocal Tract Exercises
  26. Universal mechanisms of sound production and control in birds and mammals
  27. Vocal Fold Adjustment Caused by Phonation Into a Tube: A Double-Case Study Using Computed Tomography
  28. Image analysis of videokymographic data
  29. Glottal Adduction and Subglottal Pressure in Singing
  30. Toward a consensus on symbolic notation of harmonics, resonances, and formants in vocalization
  31. Modeling the Influence of Piriform Sinuses and Valleculae on the Vocal Tract Resonances and Antiresonances
  32. What are the softest sound levels of human voice?
  33. Do famous singers tilt their head as a help to sing high notes?
  34. Electroglottographic Study of Seven Semi-Occluded Exercises: LaxVox, Straw, Lip-Trill, Tongue-Trill, Humming, Hand-Over-Mouth, and Tongue-Trill Combined With Hand-Over-Mouth
  35. Spatiotemporal Analysis of High-Speed Videolaryngoscopic Imaging of Organic Pathologies in Males
  36. Glottal opening and closing events investigated by electroglottography and super-high-speed video recordings
  37. Complex vibratory patterns in an elephant larynx
  38. DigitalVHI—a freeware open-source software application to capture the Voice Handicap Index and other questionnaire data in various languages
  39. Vocal Tract and Glottal Function During and After Vocal Exercising With Resonance Tube and Straw
  40. Visualization of system dynamics using phasegrams
  41. Human vocal tract resonances and the corresponding mode shapes investigated by three-dimensional finite-element modelling based on CT measurement
  42. Kymographic imaging of laryngeal vibrations
  43. Vocal fold vibration amplitude, open quotient, speed quotient and their variability along glottal length: Kymographic data from normal subjects
  44. Letter to the Editor
  45. Vocal Fold Vibratory Behavior Changes following Surgical Treatment of Polyps Investigated with High-Speed Videoendoscopy and Phonovibrography
  46. The effect of phonation into a straw on the vocal tract adjustments and formant frequencies. A preliminary MRI study on a single subject completed with acoustic results
  47. Numerical Simulation of the Self-Oscillations of the Vocal Folds and of the Resulting Acoustic Phenomena in the Vocal Tract
  48. Membranous and cartilaginous vocal fold adduction in singing
  49. Vocal tract changes caused by phonation into a tube: A case study using computer tomography and finite-element modeling
  50. Guidelines for Selecting Microphones for Human Voice Production Research
  51. Electroglottographic wavegrams: A technique for visualizing vocal fold dynamics noninvasively
  52. Investigation of four distinct glottal configurations in classical singing—A pilot study
  53. Comparison of Acceleration and Impact Stress as Possible Loading Factors in Phonation: A Computer Modeling Study
  54. FE Modeling of Human Vocal Tract Acoustics. Part I: Production of Czech Vowels
  55. Bifurcations and chaos in register transitions of excised larynx experiments
  56. 60 Years of Folia – Review and Comparison of Two General Journals in Our Field
  57. Editorial 33-4 (LPV)
  58. Editorial
  59. Geometry of human vocal folds and glottal channel for mathematical and biomechanical modeling of voice production
  60. Medialization Thyroplasty with a Customized Silicone Implant: Clinical Experience
  61. Three registers in an untrained female singer analyzed by videokymography, strobolaryngoscopy and sound spectrography
  62. Announcement
  63. Protocol Challenges for On-the-Job Voice Dosimetry of Teachers in the United States and Finland
  64. Comparison of biomechanical modeling of register transitions and voice instabilities with excised larynx experiments
  65. Videokymography in Voice Disorders: What to Look For?
  66. April 16th: The World Voice Day
  67. Reaction of Folia Phoniatrica et Logopaedica on the Current Trend of Impact Factor Measures
  68. Voicing and silence periods in daily and weekly vocalizations of teachers
  69. Comparison of the Produced and Perceived Voice Range Profiles in Untrained and Trained Classical Singers
  70. Adaptation of a Pocket PC for Use as a Wearable Voice Dosimeter
  71. Numerical simulation of self-oscillations of human vocal folds with Hertz model of impact forces
  72. Estimation of sound pressure levels of voiced speech from skin vibration of the neck
  73. Vocal Range and Intensity in Actors: A Studio Versus Stage Comparison
  74. Finite element model of supraglottal space in cleft palate
  75. Measurement of vocal doses in speech: experimental procedure and signal processing
  76. Vocal Dose Measures
  77. Measurement of Characteristic Leap Interval Between Chest and Falsetto Registers
  78. Instability Boundaries of a Vocal Fold Modelled as a Flexibly Supported Rigid Body Vibrating in a Channel Conveying Fluid
  79. Resonance properties of the vocal folds:In vivolaryngoscopic investigation of the externally excited laryngeal vibrations
  80. On pitch jumps between chest and falsetto registers in voice: Data from living and excised human larynges
  81. First results of clinical application of videokymography
  82. Videokymography: research and clinical issues
  83. A Subharmonic Vibratory Pattern in Normal Vocal Folds
  84. Videokymography: High-speed line scanning of vocal fold vibration
  85. Measurement of formant frequencies and bandwidths in singing
  86. Vocal Breaks from the Modal to Falsetto Register
  87. Intralaryngeal Pressure Conditions and a Membranophonic Interpretation of Voice Production