Brett Myers is a doctoral student in Interdisciplinary Studies (Prosody, Music, and Language). Brett is also a speech-language pathologist at the Vanderbilt Voice Center. He received his M.A. in Communication Sciences and Disorders from The University of Iowa, and he received his B.A. in Psychology and Voice & Speech from McDaniel College. He is primarily interested in speech signal processing, as well as the cognitive interplay between speech and music.
Publication: Myers, BR, Finnegan, EM. (2015). The effects of articulation on the perceived loudness of the projected voice. Journal of Voice, 29(3). http://www.jvoice.org/article/S0892-1997(14)00181-7/fulltext