Psychosocial Factors and Problems With Voice Production Among the Primary School Teachers

  • A. Guzy
  • P. Stawiarska

Abstract

The subject of the research is connection between psychosocial factors like: anxiety, life satisfaction, stress and selfesteem problems with voice production among the primary school teachers. 113 teachers have been examined. The group was examined by questionnaire methods (for measuring psychosocial factors) and Sheet of the Voice Emission Diagnosis (SVED) for measuring principle problems with voice production: breathing (respiration), phonation, articulation, efficiency of articulatory apparatus and resonators. It has been proved that there is correlation between psychological factors like: stress, anxiety and life satisfaction and problems voice production among teachers. Research can help with preparing for prophylactic programs for teachers in context of counteraction problems with voice production.
Published
2014-12-01
Section
Poster presentations