NATS supports many types of voice research. Researchers seek to survey the profession in a variety of ways. NATS is pleased to offer members, students of members, and selected partners the opportunity to list links to various surveys being conducted by researchers. Please do not contact the NATS office regarding information on these surveys. Instead, contact the principal investigator provided with each listing.
Want to list your research survey here? Download the Guidelines for Research Surveys (coming soon) and submit the application for approval. Once approved, the survey will be listed. NOTE: Until the online submission form is active send all requests in the format of the listings below to .
Posted: March 8, 2014
This survey attempts to explore the kinds of vocal changes female singers experience as a result of menopause and how they react to these changes. Questions address specific changes in various aspects of vocal production, before, during, and after menopause, singers’ emotional responses to these changes, and the practical steps taken, if any, in response to these changes. The survey should take 10-15 minutes to complete. Singers who have gone through menopause are invited to participate. All participation is entirely anonymous, and will be greatly appreciated. The results of the survey will be included in an article about singing through menopause. Thank you so much for your time and interest. .
Posted: Jan. 24,2014
This investigator is conducting a survey on singers’ knowledge of voice anatomy and physiology. I am interested in the knowledge base of students enrolled in a program with a voice concentration. Teachers are asked to encourage their students to complete this survey.
The survey will take approximately 15 minutes and can be completed by clicking on the URL below:
Direct any questions to Jessica Sofranko Kisenwether at .