Organic variation of the vocal apparatus.
Mackenzie Beck, Janet
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Mackenzie Beck, J. (2010) Organic variation of the vocal apparatus., , , , , Oxford
This chapter contains sections titled: Introduction Life-Cycle Changes in the Vocal Apparatus Interpersonal Variation Variation Resulting from Trauma or Disease Conclusion References
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