Vocal underdoer syndrome is a term coined by Dr. Anat Keidar and Dr. Robert Bastian to designate an individual whose amount and manner of voice use can be considered inadequate to keep the mechanism in good condition. Typically, the vocal underdoer syndrome comprises two parts: innate introversion/taciturnity and a life circumstance that permits, invites, or demands very little voice use.


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