Psychological stress in voice: current references


  • Harry Hollien University of Florida
  • Gea de Jong University of Florida


Author Biographies

  • Harry Hollien, University of Florida
    HARRY HOLLIEN has a Ph.D., B.Sc. and M.Ed. from Boston University, and an MA and Ph.D. from the University of Iowa. He is Professor of Linguistics, Speech and Criminal Justice and Founding Director at the Institute for Advanced Study of the Communication Processes, University of Florida. Currently, he is President of the International Society of Phonetic Sciences, and was the first president of the American Association of Phonetic Sciences. He is the author of The Acoustics of Crime (New York: Plenum Press).
  • Gea de Jong, University of Florida
    GEA DE JONG (BA, M.Phil.) studied Computational Linguistics at the University of Groningen in The Netherlands. She received her M.Phil. in Computer Speech and Language Processing at the University of Cambridge, United Kingdom. Currently she is pursuing her Ph.D. in Forensic Phonetics at the University of Florida, USA.






Current References: Psychological Stress in Voice

How to Cite

Hollien, H., & de Jong, G. (1995). Psychological stress in voice: current references. International Journal of Speech, Language and the Law, 2(2), 202-229.