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Sat Apr 30 2011

Confs: Phonetics, Psycholing, General Ling/Spain

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        1.     Juana Gil Fernández , What Voice Unveils: Human Voice beyond Phonetics

Message 1: What Voice Unveils: Human Voice beyond Phonetics
Date: 28-Apr-2011
From: Juana Gil Fernández <juana.gilcchs.csic.es>
Subject: What Voice Unveils: Human Voice beyond Phonetics
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What Voice Unveils: Human Voice beyond Phonetics
Short Title: FonHispania 2011


Date: 03-Aug-2011 - 05-Aug-2011
Location: Santander, Spain
Contact: Juana Gil Fernández
Contact Email: < click here to access email >
Meeting URL: http://www.cchs.csic.es/estudiosfonicos

Linguistic Field(s): General Linguistics; Phonetics; Psycholinguistics

Meeting Description:

This is a scientific multidisciplinary meeting concerned with the way in which human voice unveils some personal features of the speakers (age, sex, linguistic background, emotions, psychological diseases, etc). It is directed towards students of phonetics, speech pathology, psychology or scenic arts; and also towards experts in forensic and applied phonetics, professional singers and professionals of locution. In sum, to all people interested in voice.

Simultaneous translation is provided.


Program:

Wednesday, 3

Morning:
9:30 h : Dra. Filipa Lá, Universidade deAveiro (Portugal)
La voz y el sexo / Voice and gender

11:30 h: Dra. Sarah Collins, University of Plymouth (Gran Bretaña)
La voz y la constitución física / Voice and physical constitution

Afternoon
15:30 h: Dr. Secundino Fernández, Universidad de Navarra / Clínica Universitaria de Navarra (España)
La voz y la edad / Voice and age

Thursday, 4

Morning
9:30 h Dr. José Antonio Mompeán, Universidad de Murcia (España)
La voz y la procedencia lingüística / Voice and linguistic background

11:30 h : Dr. Pascal Belin, University of Glasgow (Gran Bretaña)
La voz y la transmisión del afecto / Voice and the transmisión of affect

Afternoon

15:30 h : Dr. Annie Elias y Dr. Peter Butcher, The Kent and Canterbury Hospital / The Royal London Hospital (Gran Bretaña)
Trastornos vocales psicogénicos / Psychogenic voice disorders

Friday, 5

Morning
9:30 h: Profª. Dña. Ana María Sánchez, Conservatorio Superior del Liceo de Barcelona (España)
La voz y la apreciación estética / Voice and aesthetic judgement

11:30 h: Dra. Filipa Lá y Profª Dña. Isabel Rey (Soprano)
La voz como carrera profesional / Voice as a professional career


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