A Tape Striation Counting Method for Determining Fundamental Frequency Mean fundamental frequencies of male and female subjects obtained with FLORIDA I and a tape striation counting procedure were compared. The fundamental frequencies obtained with these two methods were similar and it appears that the tape striation counting procedure is a viable, simple, and inexpensive alternative to more costly and ... Research Article
Research Article  |   October 01, 1979
A Tape Striation Counting Method for Determining Fundamental Frequency
 
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  • Peter B. Mueller is affiliated with the Center for Communication Disorders at the University of Wisconsin—Eau Claire, in Eau Claire, WI. Requests for reprints may be sent there. Marla Adams is a speech-language clinician in Sevastopol Consolidated School District #2 in Sturgeon Bay, WI. Jean Baehr-Rouse is a speech-language clinician in the Unified School System, Racine, WI. Debbie Boos is a speech-language clinician at Mahnomen Public School, Mahnomen, MN.
    Peter B. Mueller is affiliated with the Center for Communication Disorders at the University of Wisconsin—Eau Claire, in Eau Claire, WI. Requests for reprints may be sent there. Marla Adams is a speech-language clinician in Sevastopol Consolidated School District #2 in Sturgeon Bay, WI. Jean Baehr-Rouse is a speech-language clinician in the Unified School System, Racine, WI. Debbie Boos is a speech-language clinician at Mahnomen Public School, Mahnomen, MN.×
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Research Article   |   October 01, 1979
A Tape Striation Counting Method for Determining Fundamental Frequency
Language, Speech, and Hearing Services in Schools, October 1979, Vol. 10, 246-248. doi:10.1044/0161-1461.1004.246
History: Received February 7, 1979 , Accepted May 7, 1979
 
Language, Speech, and Hearing Services in Schools, October 1979, Vol. 10, 246-248. doi:10.1044/0161-1461.1004.246
History: Received February 7, 1979; Accepted May 7, 1979

Mean fundamental frequencies of male and female subjects obtained with FLORIDA I and a tape striation counting procedure were compared. The fundamental frequencies obtained with these two methods were similar and it appears that the tape striation counting procedure is a viable, simple, and inexpensive alternative to more costly and complicated procedures and instrumentation.

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