Sanyukta Jaiswal

Scholarship and creative activity

2015

Jaiswal, S., (2014). The role of vocal fold longitudinal tension in voicing transitions during speech. Presented at the International Conference on Voice Physiology and Biomechanics, Salt Lake City, UT.

Kochis-Jennings, K. A., Finnegan, E. M., Hoffman, H. T., Jaiswal, S., & Hull, D. (2014). Cricothyroid muscle and thyroarytenoid muscle dominance in vocal register control: Preliminary results. Journal of Voice, 28(5), 652-e21.

2017

Klein E., Jaiswal, S., Seal, B. & Nicodemus, B. (2016). Is there a Content Related Difference in Acoustic Prosody during ASL to Spoken English Interpretation? Poster presented at American Speech and Hearing Association Annual National Convention at Philadelphia, PA; November 17-21.

Klein E., Jaiswal, S., Seal, B. & Nicodemus, B. (2017). Acoustic Prosody during ASL to Spoken English Interpretation. Poster presented at Gallaudet Research Expo at Washington D.C; March 30

Klein E., Jaiswal, S., Seal, B. & Nicodemus, B. (2017). Acoustic Prosody during ASL to Spoken English Interpretation. Poster presented at International Interpreting Symposium at Washington D.C; April 1.

2017

Mejia, M., Jaiswal, S., Palmer, B., & Allen, A (2016). Using Modified Resonant Voice Therapy to Enhance Speech Intelligibility in a Prelingually Deafened Individual. Poster presented at American Speech and Hearing Association Annual National Convention at Philadelphia, PA; November 17-21.