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Speech-language pathology students' self-reports on voice training: easier to understand or to do?

Journal article
Authors Christina Lindhe
Lena Hartelius
Published in Logopedics, phoniatrics, vocology
Volume 34
Issue 2
Pages 51-9
ISSN 1651-2022
Publication year 2009
Published at Institute of Neuroscience and Physiology, Department of Clinical Neuroscience and Rehabilitation
Pages 51-9
Language en
Keywords approaches to learning, self reports, speech-language pathology students, voice training
Subject categories Logopedics and phoniatrics


The aim of the study was to describe the subjective ratings of the course 'Training of the student's own voice and speech', from a student-centred perspective. A questionnaire was completed after each of the six individual sessions. Six speech and language pathology (SLP) students rated how they perceived the practical exercises in terms of doing and understanding. The results showed that five of the six participants rated the exercises as significantly easier to understand than to do. The exercises were also rated as easier to do over time. Results are interpreted within in a theoretical framework of approaches to learning. The findings support the importance of both the physical and reflective aspects of the voice training process.

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