Voice Low Tone to High Tone Ratio, Nasalance and Nasality Ratings in Connected Speech of Native-Mandarin Speakers: A Pilot Study.

Conclusion: The significant correlations of VLHR with nasalance and perceptual ratings of nasality using connected speech show that these approaches have a potential value in terms of basic and clinical application.

from the Cleft Palate-Craniofacial Journal

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