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Audiology 2015;11(4): 320-330.
Published online: October 31, 2015.
doi: http://doi.org/10.21848/audiol.2015.11.4.320
쉰 음성과 정상 음성 읽기 자료에 대한 대학생들의 정서적 반응과 강의 음성으로서의 수용 특성
동명대학교 보건복지교육대학 언어치료학과
Undergraduate Students' Emotional Response and Characteristics of Receptiveness as a Lecture Voice to Hoarse and Normal Reading Voice
Yun-Kyung Song
Department of Communication Disorders, College of Health, Welfare, and Education, Tongmyong University, Busan, Korea
Correspondence  Yun-Kyung Song ,Tel: (051) 629-2128, Fax: (051) 629-2019, Email: voicesyk@hanmail.net
Received: July 30, 2015; Revised: September 7, 2015   Accepted: October 9, 2015.  Published online: October 31, 2015.
The purpose of this study is to identify undergraduate students' emotional response and characteristics of receptiveness as a lecture voice to hoarse and normal reading voice. A hoarse voice sample was collected from a 30 year-old female with functional voice disorder and normal voice sample was collected from a female with same age without voice problems. After listening the voice samples, undergraduate students filled out the adjective checklist and responded to the questionnaire about their feelings as a lecture voice. The results showed that the students had negative emotions to hoarse voice and preferred normal voice to a hoarse voice as a lecture voice. Also, these results pointed out that professors’ voice quality in class is important and prevention and care of voice problem(s) are necessary.
Key Words: Hoarse voice, Normal voice, Emotional response, Lecture voice
중심단어: 쉰 음성, 정상 음성, 정서적 반응, 강의 음성
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