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NYU Steinhardt Researchers Identify Tool to Help Transgender Women Have a More Authentic Voice
September 04, 2018
NEW YORK, Sept. 4 -- New York University issued the following news release:

New York University researchers have identified visual-acoustic biofeedback as a new tool to assist in voice modification therapy for transgender women.

The research, which appears in the latest issue of the Journal of Voice, identifies a new avenue for this technology as a tool to help trans women find a voice that matches their gender identity.

"Our voices are so much a part . . .

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