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2006Acoustic and Perceptual Appraisal of Vocal Gestures in the Female VoiceKenny, Dianna; Mitchell, Helen; Behavioural and Social Sciences in Health; Con - Performance StudiesAcoustic and Perceptual Appraisal of Vocal Gestures in the Female Voice, The Journal of Voice, vol.20,(1),2006,pp 55-70
2006Can experts identify "open throat" technique as a perceptual phenomenon?Kenny, Dianna; Mitchell, Helen; Behavioural and Social Sciences in Health; ACARMP - Aust. Centre for Applied Research in Music PerfCan experts identify "open throat" technique as a perceptual phenomenon?, Musicae Scientiae, vol.10,(1. Spring),2006,pp 33-58
2013Change in Messa di Voce Characteristics During 3 Years of Classical Singing Training at the Tertiary LevelCabrera, Densil; Kenny, Dianna; Mitchell, Helen; Ryan, Maree; Ferguson, Sam; Architectural & Design Science; Performance Studies (SLAM); Musicology Unit; Vocal Studies and Opera UnitChange in Messa di Voce Characteristics During 3 Years of Classical Singing Training at the Tertiary Level, Journal of Voice, vol.27, 4, 2013,pp 523.e35-523.e48
2010Change in vibrato rate and extent during tertiary training in classical singing studentsKenny, Dianna; Mitchell, Helen; Disability and Community; Conservatorium AdminChange in vibrato rate and extent during tertiary training in classical singing students, The Journal of Voice, vol.24, 4, 2010,pp 427-434
2003Defining 'open throat' through content analysis of experts' pedagogical practicesDavis, Pamela; Kenny, Dianna; Mitchell, Helen; Ryan, Maree; Con - Performance Studies; Behavioural and Social Sciences in Health; Con - Performance Studies; Vocal Studies and Opera UnitDefining 'open throat' through content analysis of experts' pedagogical practices, Logopedics Phoniatrics Vocology, vol.28,(4),2003,pp 167-180
2013How singers hear themselves: using recordings in the singing studioMitchell, Helen; Southcott, Inge; Musicology Unit; Musicology UnitHow singers hear themselves: using recordings in the singing studio, Australian Voice, vol.15, N/A, 2013,pp 20-28
2009Linguistic limitations of describing sound: Is talking about music like dancing about architecture?Mitchell, Helen; MacDonald, Raymond A. R.; Musicology UnitLinguistic limitations of describing sound: Is talking about music like dancing about architecture?, Proceedings of the International Symposium on Performance Science, vol.N/A, 2009, pp. 45-50
2014Listeners as spectators? Audio-visual integration improves music performer identificationMitchell, Helen; MacDonald, Raymond; Musicology UnitListeners as spectators? Audio-visual integration improves music performer identification, Psychology of Music, vol.42, 1, 2014,pp 112-127
2017The moot audition: Preparing music performers as expert listenersBenedict, Roger; Mitchell, Helen; Strings Unit; Musicology UnitThe moot audition: Preparing music performers as expert listeners, Research Studies in Music Education, vol.39, 2, 2017,pp 195-208
2018Music students' perceptions of experiential learning at the moot auditionMitchell, Helen; Musicology UnitMusic students' perceptions of experiential learning at the moot audition, Music Education Research, vol.20, 3, 2018,pp 277-288
2008Open throat: acoustic and perceptual support for pedagogical practiceKenny, Dianna; Mitchell, Helen; Behavioural and Social Sciences in Health; ACARMP - Aust. Centre for Applied Research in Music PerfOpen throat: acoustic and perceptual support for pedagogical practice, Journal of Singing, vol.64,(4),2008,pp 429-441
2010Perceived improvement in vocal performance following tertiary-level classical vocal training: do listeners hear systematic progress?Kenny, Dianna; Mitchell, Helen; Ryan, Maree; Disability and Community; Conservatorium Admin; Vocal Studies and Opera UnitPerceived improvement in vocal performance following tertiary-level classical vocal training: do listeners hear systematic progress?, Musicae Scientiae, vol.14, 1, 2010,pp 73-93
2014Perception, Evaluation and Communication of Singing VoicesMitchell, Helen; Musicology UnitPerception, Evaluation and Communication of Singing Voices in Teaching Singing in the 21st Century, Springer Science + Business Media, 2014, pp. 187-200
2012Recognition and description of singing voices: the impact of verbal overshadowingMitchell, Helen; MacDonald, Raymond; Conservatorium AdminRecognition and description of singing voices: the impact of verbal overshadowing, Musicae Scientiae, vol.16, 3, 2012,pp 307-316
2011Remembering, recognizing and describing singers' sound identitiesMitchell, Helen; MacDonald, Raymond A. R.; Conservatorium AdminRemembering, recognizing and describing singers' sound identities, Journal of New Music Research, vol.40, 1, 2011,pp 75-80
2008The Tertiary Singing Audition: Perceptual and Acoustic Differences between Successful and Unsuccessful CandidatesKenny, Dianna; Mitchell, Helen; Performance Studies (SLAM); Musicology UnitThe Tertiary Singing Audition: Perceptual and Acoustic Differences between Successful and Unsuccessful Candidates, Journal of Interdisciplinary Music Studies, vol.2, 1-2, 2008,pp 95-110
2016What you see is what you hear: The importance of visual priming in music performer identificationMitchell, Helen; MacDonald, Raymond; Musicology UnitWhat you see is what you hear: The importance of visual priming in music performer identification, Psychology of Music, vol.44, 6, 2016,pp 1361-1371