Miss Mengli Feng

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Research interests

My research mainly focuses on the acoustic and psychological aspects of voice production and perception, with a particular interest in own-voice perception and high-frequency energy in human voices.

 

Currently, I am establishing a project investigating the role of bone-conducted sound in own voice perception. The research aims at building a holistic model of own-voice perception, understanding the discrepancies between the information contained in the voice perceived by oneself and the voice perceived by others, as well as shedding light on the individual differences of own-voice perception.

 

I am also working on a side study on the production and perception of high-frequency energy (HFE) in the singing voice, using 3D-printed vocal tracts based on MRI data.

 

Keywords: Bone conduction, Own-voice perception, High-frequency energy (HFE), voice science

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