Colette Feehan

Colette Feehan
Indiana University Bloomington | IUB · Department of Linguistics

Master of Arts

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Publications (11)
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No PDF available ABSTRACT Voice actors are an under-utilized population for linguistic study. Looking at voice actors' novel productions of typical speech sounds can tell us more about over which muscles we have volitional control. This can help test models of speech production, inform speech therapy, and create better pedagogy for teaching vocal p...
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No PDF available ABSTRACT Looking at voice actors' novel productions of typical speech sounds can tell us more about over which muscles we have volitional control. This can help us to test models of speech production, inform speech therapy, and create better pedagogy for teaching vocal performance.
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No PDF available ABSTRACT Voice actors are an under-utilized population for linguistic study. This type of vocal performance requires actors to perform careful, consistent, and precise vocal tract manipulations to portray different character types such as imitating a dialect or performing complex manipulations that simulate a smaller vocal tract to...
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No PDF available ABSTRACT Voice actors are an interesting population for linguistic study because their professional field requires them to perform complex vocal tract manipulations in order to consistently and believably convey many different character types. Previous investigations have looked at how voice actors manipulate laryngeal setting and...
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Voice actors are an interesting population for linguistic study because their profession requires them to perform complex vocal tract manipulations in order to portray specific social identities and convey socially indexed linguistic information. Previous investigations have looked at how voice actors manipulate laryngeal setting and voice quality...
Conference Paper
https://acoustics.org/2asc11-adult-imitating-child-speech-a-case-study-using-3d-ultrasound-colette-feehan/
Conference Paper
San Juan Quiahije (SJQ) Chatino is an under-documented indigenous language spoken in Oaxaca, Mexico, by some 3000 speakers. Like other members of the Eastern Chatino branch, SJQ has a complex tonal system—in particular, four tone levels and 11 lexical tones (14 when considering sandhi contexts). Excellent linguistic investigations of SJQ phonology...
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https://repository.stcloudstate.edu/stcloud_ling/vol5/iss1/3