Synonyms for vocology or Related words with vocology

logopedics              phoniatrics              audiology              tesol              sexology              sexological              hypnotherapy              psychonomic              dysfluency              pedagogics              stammering              naturopathy              didactics              phonetics              audiologists              osteopathy              ethnochoreology              ethnomusicology              eurhythmics              organology              neurotology              itard              andragogy              benjamenta              choreology              eurythmy              lessac              hypophonia              propaedeutic              hypnotherapist              musicology              laryngology              otolaryngology              graphology              sophrology              naropa              podiatry              otology              bartenieff              bibliotherapy              pedagogy              vagyoga              thanatology              aphasics              ergotherapy              homiletics              perinatology              audiometry              kinesics              agrammatic             



Examples of "vocology"
Reflecting the increased recognition of vocology, the "Scandinavian Journal of Logopedics & Phoniatrics" and "Voice" merged in 1996 with the new name "Logopedics, Phoniatrics, Vocology". Additionally, a new association bearing the name of vocology (Pan-American Vocology Association) has also been started.
Paul Poovathingal founded Chetana National Institute of Vocology in Thrissur, Kerala, India in 2005. The Institute of Vocology is the first of its kind in India. Prof Ingo Titze (known as the father of vocology) is an advisor to the Board of the Institute. The Institute has been conducting certificate courses and seminars on vocology. The Institute also has a voice clinic run by Poovathingal.
It is not yet its own professional degree, thus it only assists the voice medicine team. Usually a person practicing vocology is a voice coach with additional training in the voice medical arts, a prepared voice/singing teacher, or a speech pathologist with additional voice performance training—so they can better treat the professional voice user. The study of vocology is recognized academically by courses and institutes in India, Italy and the United States.
In its broadest sense, vocology is the study of voice, but as a professional discipline it has a narrower focus: the science and practice of voice habilitation, which includes evaluation, diagnosis, and intervention.
Vocology was invented (simultaneously, but independently) by Ingo Titze, and an otolaryngologist at Washington University, Prof. George Gates. Titze defines vocology as "the science and practice of voice habilitation, with a strong emphasis on habilitation". To habilitate means to “enable”, to “equip for”, to “capacitate”; in other words, to assist in performing whatever function that needs to be performed". He goes on that this "is more than repairing a voice or bringing it back to a former state ... rather, it is the process of strengthening and equipping the voice to meet very specific and special demands".
The NCVS team of investigators, led by Ingo Titze, studies the powers, limitations and enhancement of human voice and speech. The investigators are scientists, clinicians, educators, engineers and musicians who use diverse backgrounds (i.e., speech-language pathology, physics, computer science, acoustics, vocal performance, biology, medicine and engineering) to work together on voice and speech investigations. As a direct outgrowth of their work, NCVS members also teach other investigators and practitioners who work with voice, as well as speech clients and the general public. One example is the Summer Vocology Institute, which trains voice coaches and vocal health professionals in the study of Vocology.
Vocology is the science and practice of vocal habilitation. Its concerns include the nature of speech and language pathology, the defects of the vocal tract (laryngology), the remediation of speech therapy, and the voice training (voice therapy) and voice pedagogy of song and speech for actors and public speakers.
Poovathingal is a pioneering vocologist of India, helping those who have voice problems. His voice clinics and vocology seminars help to guide musicians, actors, teachers, managers, speakers, lawyers and anyone who uses voice, to improve voice delivery. Fr. Paul Poovathingal says: ""Voice is a gift from God. Every voice is unique and distinct. Voice is an inseparable part of human personality.""
In 2004-2010 he was the Chair of the Voice Committee of the International Association of Logopedics and Phoniatrics (IALP). He serves as the deputy editor-in-chief for Logopedics Phoniatrics Vocology, Taylor & Francis, and is a member of the editorial board of the Journal of Voice, Elsevier Medical Journals. He is a Distinguished Alumnus of the Palacký University in Olomouc, the Czech Republic.
Ingo R. Titze is a vocal scientist and executive director of the National Center for Voice and Speech and Adjunct Professor in the Department of Otolaryngology/Head and Neck Surgery at the University of Utah in Salt Lake City. He also teaches at the Summer Vocology Institute, also housed at the University of Utah. He is a Distinguished Professor at the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders at the University of Iowa and has written several books relating to the human voice.
Between the years of 1979-1981,Titze developed a new course entitled "Principles of Voice Production", which was taught jointly in the School of Music. During the 1980s he developed various university courses that included acoustics, biomechanics of speech, experimental phonetics, digital signal processing, voice therapy and vocal pedagogy, all of which culminated in him coining the phrase 'vocology', which he then proposed as a discipline parallel to audiology.
The National Center for Voice and Speech (NCVS), is a multi-site research and teaching organization dedicated to studying the characteristics, limitations and enhancement of human voice and speech. The NCVS is located in Salt Lake City, Utah with the Lead Institution located at the University of Utah. NCVS is also a Center at the University of Iowa where it has laboratories in the Department of Speech Pathology and Audiology. In addition, the NCVS has collaborators in Denver and at many institutions around the United States. Its focus is vocology, or the science and practice of voice habilitation.
Regularly, the question arises of how one should use one's voice to minimize tiring in the vocal organs. This is encompassed in the study of vocology, the science and practice of voice habilitation. Basically, a normal, relaxed way of speech is the optimal method for voice production, in both speech and singing. Any excess force used when speaking will increase tiring. The speaker should drink enough water and the air humidity level should be normal or higher. No background noise should be present or, if not possible, the voice should be amplified. Smoking is discouraged.
In 2010, Dave Stroud created VocalizeU under the corporate umbrella DS Vocology, LLC. VocalizeU launched its highly successful vocal training program in 2012, which was recently rebranded to SingPro for late 2015 launch. Several versions have launched: iPhone 2012, iPad 2012, desktop laptop 2014, Android Google marketplace 2015. After having produced vocal events for 15 years, Stroud rebranded to the VocalizeU Summer Artist Intensive in 2012. This event brought over 150 students who came from all around the world to attend the event. In February 2013, VocalizeU introduced the first VU Winter Songwriting Retreat, an intimate winter retreat in the San Bernardino Mountains to focus on artists' identity, vocal development, creativity, and songwriting skills. In November 2013, VocalizeU launched the first VU Nashville Songwriting Intensive while also launching the first VU NorCal Artist Development event.
In 2010, Stroud created DS Vocology LLC., a company offering singers products, services, software and education called VocalizeU. VocalizeU produces support for singers in the form of events, software, products, and a VocalizeU teaching network. After having produced vocal events for 15 years, Stroud rebranded under the VocalizeU banner his Annual VocalizeU Summer Artist Intensive in 2012. This event brought over 150 students who came from all around the world to study with Stroud and other trainers. Stroud's company also produced a VocalizeU Winter Songwriting Retreat, an intimate winter retreat in the San Bernardino Mountains to focus on artists' identity, vocal development, creativity, and songwriting skills. In July 2013, Stroud's company produced another VocalizeU Summer Intensive at Mount St. Mary's College in Los Angeles, California.
Poovathingal learnt music, during his school years, from CC Chummar, a musician of Viyyur, Thrissur. He used to win prizes in music competitions. He started studying Indian classical music at the age of 17 under Sodharan Bhagavathar of Varandarappilly, Thrissur. He started musical compositions while studying in the seminary. While studying in Christ College, Bangalore and Dharmaram Vidyapeeth, Bangalore, he continued his music practice under Vidwan VK Krishnamurthy. He completed his priestly formation and studies in philosophy and theology and was ordained a priest in 1990. In 1996, Tarangini Music produced music album 'Snehasarovaram' with 8 Christian devotional songs composed by him and sung by K J Yesudas and Sujata. In 1992 he joined the Sangeeth Siromani Course in Delhi University and continued his studies in music in Delhi University earning M.A. Music Degree with distinction and earning the gold medal. In Delhi, he learnt music from T.N.Krishnan, T. R. Subramaniam, Leela Omcheri, Guruvayoor T. V. Manikandan, Vasanthi Rao, Radha Venkitachalam, Deepti etc. He continued his studies in Carnatic Music during 1996–2004 period and obtained M.Phil and PhD in Carnatic Music from University of Madras. In Chennai, he also learned music from Vaikom Jayachandran. His doctoral thesis submitted in 2003 was guided by Karaikudi Subaramanian, and titled 'Carnatic Music and Christianity'. He studied vocology in Columbia University in 2003 and at the National Center for Voice and Speech, Denver, Colorado in 2006.
Hart began her professional education at the University of Illinois where she was a voice major. She transferred to Northwestern University where she earned a Bachelor of Arts in Theatre. She later pursued graduate studies in acting and directing at Florida Atlantic University where she earned a Master of Fine Arts. In New York City she studied voice with Ellen Faull. She also studied singing with Richard Miller and speech language vocology and vocal health training with Anat Keidar. She has served on the theatre faculties of Florida Atlantic University (1983, 1986), University of Florida (1990–1994), Pennsylvania State University (1994–1996), and Marymount Manhattan College (1996–2008). She has also taught masterclasses and workshops at numerous institutions, including the Baltimore School for the Arts, the Governor's School for the Arts (Kentucky), the Interlochen Center for the Arts, the University of Miami, the University of Oklahoma, the University of Wisconsin–Stevens Point, and at the National Convention of the National Association of Teachers of Singing among others. She currently teaches at the Saint Paul Conservatory for Performing Artists.