Personality and PPC: A Deep Dive into Postsurgical Voice Rest Factors
We're thrilled to announce a new publication from our collaborative research effort. Our hiatus has been well-spent working diligently behind the scenes and we're excited to share our first paper from this collaboration. We guarantee there is more insightful data to come soon!
This paper, titled "Exploring Personality and Perceived Present Control as Factors in Postsurgical Voice Rest: A Case Comparison," is a result of an impactful partnership between Joshi Voice Lab, the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders at the University of Houston, and the Texas Voice Center, Houston Methodist Hospital.
We delve into the impact of personal attributes such as personality traits and perceived control over current circumstances on adherence to voice rest protocols after surgery.
A special note of thanks to our incredible team and collaborators. Your dedication and commitment have turned this paper into a reality.