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Table of Contents
                            Preface to the Fourth Edition
1 Introduction to Clinical Voice Disorders
2 Normal Voice Development
3 Voice Disorders of Structural Origin
4 Nasal Resonatory Disorders
5 Neurologic Voice Disorders
6 Spasmodic Dysphonia
7 Clinical Voice Evaluation
8 Psychogenic and Other Behavioral Voice Disorders
9 Psychodiagnostic Interviewing and Counseling for Voice Disorders
10 Studies in Clinical Diagnosis
11 Treatment of Voice Disorders
12 Special Considerations for the Professional Singer
13 Extended Case Studies in Psychogenic Voice Disorders
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