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Karen Wicklund

Wicklund Publications

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In press: Wicklund, Karen. 2015. Singing Voice Rehabilitation: A Guide for the Voice Teacher and Speech Language Pathologist, Second Ed.   NICEV Press, Of Special Note Inc.

Wicklund, K.  March/April 2012. The Future of Singing Voice Rehabilitation as a Profession: A Suggested Curriculum of Study for the Training of Singing Voice Specialists. NATS Journal of Singing.

Wicklund, K. Jan./Feb. 2010. The Singer's Ten Steps to Wellness. Voice Notes: The New York Voice Teacher's Association (NYSTA).

Wicklund, Karen. 2010. Singing Voice Rehabilitation: A Guide for the Voice Teacher and Speech Language Pathologist.  Clifton Park, NY: DelMar Cengage Press.

Wicklund, Karen and Bryan Staufer, MD. (March/April 2003). "Learning disabilities in singers." NATS Journal of Singing.

Wicklund, Karen. (Jan./Feb. 2001). "Abdominal surgery in singers." NATS Journal of Singing,

Wicklund, Karen and Vogley, Heidi. (December 2000). "Modeling and utilizing optimal vocal behaviors." ADVANCE for Speech-Language Pathologists.

Wicklund, Karen, Seikel, Tony et al. (September 1998). "Fundamental frequency changes in singers and non-singers related to menstruation." Medical Problems of Performing Artists. 100-103.

Wicklund, Karen and Saltmarsh, Sue. (November/December 1997). "Herbal medications for singers." The NATS Journal of Singing.: 62-65.

Wicklund, Karen (July 1997). "The cantor today: Weekend athlete or professional voice user?" The American Organist.

Wicklund, Karen (February/March 1997). "The Cantor: Weekend Athlete?" Liturgy 90: The magazine of the Chicago Archdiocese. Liturgy Training Publications: 11-13.

Wicklund, Karen (August 1996). "Singer's health issues: The efficacy of a wellness model for singers." Doctor of Music Dissertation, Northwestern University, Evanston, Illinois, 347 pages.

Wicklund, Karen (May/June 1996). "A quantitative survey of menstrual dysphonia symptoms experienced by singers/voice teachers". The NATS Journal of Singing.

Wicklund, Karen. (May 1995). "A Compact Disc Review of Clara Schumann Lieder." Women of Note Quarterly.

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