On Pubescent Voice Change in Males

This review of adolescent voice change (AVC) in males is introduced by a brief historical overview of the area. That effort is followed by a summarization of those core studies which describe the AVC process in the normal boy. Although no new experiments are presented, a number of related investigations are organized into a cohesive base—one that permits development of an AVC model The model, then, can be employed to establish a reasonable description of the process by providing information about its initiation, duration, and completion. It also assists in establishing perspectives about pubescent voice change and a baseline for future research.

from the Journal of Voice

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