Acoustic and perceptual effects of intonation training in transgender women

01 October 2021 → Ongoing
Regional and community funding: Special Research Fund
Research disciplines
  • Medical and health sciences
    • Speech and language therapy
    • Voice
    • Speech, language and hearing sciences not elsewhere classified
gender gender perception intonation prosody speech transgender women
Project description

The first purpose is to investigate the relation between acoustic intonation parameters and gender perception. Secondly, short- and longer-term effects of intonation training on vocal characteristics, listener perceptions and PROMS in trans women will be investigated using a randomized sham-controlled trial. This research will lead to new insights in speech feminization and will have a major impact on evidence-based practice.