Data for: The Effect of Formant Biofeedback on the Feminization of Voice in Transgender Women

Published: 2 Nov 2018 | Version 1 | DOI: 10.17632/vs87d2ss4z.1
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Description of this data

Complete fixed-effects results of all models referenced.
• base_model: Model with F2 as dependent variable, with fixed effects of group, condition, word, F0, and condition-word interaction.
• F1_as_DV: Model with F1 as dependent variable, with fixed effects of group, condition, word, F0, and condition-word interaction.
• F3_as_DV: Model with F3 as dependent variable, with fixed effects of group, condition, word, F0, and condition-word interaction.
• F0_as_DV: Model with F0 as dependent variable, with fixed effects of group, condition, word, and condition-word interaction.
• base_perceptual_model: Model with mean click location as dependent variable, with fixed effects of group, F2, F0, word, and F0-F2 interaction.
• perc_model_no_outliers: Same as base_perceptual_model, with two transgender participants with high F0 and F2 values removed.
• perc_model_F1_as_IV: Model with mean click location as dependent variable, with fixed effects of group, F1, F0, word, and F0-F1 interaction.
• perc_model_F3_as_IV: Model with mean click location as dependent variable, with fixed effects of group, F3, F0, word, and F0-F3 interaction.

Experiment data files

This data is associated with the following publication:

The Effect of Formant Biofeedback on the Feminization of Voice in Transgender Women

Published in: Journal of Voice

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  • Version 1

    2018-11-02

    Published: 2018-11-02

    DOI: 10.17632/vs87d2ss4z.1

    Cite this dataset

    McAllister, Tara; Kawitzky, Deanna (2018), “Data for: The Effect of Formant Biofeedback on the Feminization of Voice in Transgender Women ”, Mendeley Data, v1 http://dx.doi.org/10.17632/vs87d2ss4z.1

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Perception, Biofeedback, Transgender, Speech-Language Pathology, Human Voice, Resonance

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