Books

Cooper, Morton and John Curtis. Curing Hopeless Voices: The Strangled Voice (Spasmodic Dysphonia) & Other Voice Problems with Direct Voice Rehabilitation. Los Angeles: Voice & Speech Company of America, 2006.

Cooper, Morton. The Games We Play With Our Voices. Los Angeles: Voice & Speech Company of America, 2006.

Cooper, Morton. Pet Talk. Los Angeles: Voice & Speech Company of America, 2006.

Cooper, Morton. Confessions of a Hollywood Voice & Speech Coach. Los Angeles: Voice & Speech Company of America, 2006.

Cooper, Morton. Stop Committing Voice Suicide. 7th printing. Los Angeles: Voice & Speech Company of America, 1996.

Cooper, Morton. Winning With Your Voice. Hollywood, FL: Frederick Fell Publishers, Inc., 1989. 4th printing. Los Angeles: Voice & Speech Company of America, 2003.

Cooper, Morton. Change Your Voice, Change Your Life. New York: Macmillan Publishing Company, 1984. Paperback—New York: Harper Collins, Publishers, 1985. 18th printing. Los Angeles: Voice & Speech Company of America, 1996.

Cooper, Morton. Modern Techniques of Vocal Rehabilitation. Springfield, IL: Charles C Thomas, 1973.

Cooper, Morton and Marcia Cooper (eds.). Approaches to Vocal Rehabilitation. Springfield, IL: Charles C. Thomas, 1977.

Chapters

Cooper, Morton. “Treatment of Functional Aphonia and Dysphonia,” in Perkins, William (ed.) Current Therapy of Communication Disorders. New York: Thieme & Stratton, Inc., 1983.

Cooper, Morton. “Modern Techniques of Vocal Rehabilitation for Functional and Organic Dysphonias,” in Travis, L.E (ed.). Handbook of Speech Pathology and Audiology. New York: Appleton-Century-Crofts, 1971.

Cooper, Morton. “Management of Voice, Speech, and Language Disorders,” in Gellis, S.S. and B.M. Kagan (eds.). Current Pediatric Therapy.9th ed. Philadelphia: W.B. Saunders Company, 1980. (Also 8th ed., 1978; 7th ed., 1976; 6th ed., 1973).

Cooper, Morton. “The Speaking Voice of the Singer,” in Hines, Jerome. Great Singers On Great Singing. New York: Doubleday & Company, 1982.

Audio Digest

Cooper, Morton. “Techniques of Vocal Rehabilitation for Functional and Organic Voice Disorders,” in Bradford, Larry and Robert Wertz (eds.). Communicative Disorder: An Audio Journal for Continuing Education, 4 (March 1979), Grune and Stratton, Inc.

Articles

Cooper, Morton. “Doctors’ Dialogue: Untold Story of President Clinton’s Hoarse Voice,” Let’s Live (September 1994), 88.

Cooper, Morton. “The Miracle Voice and Speech Doctor,” Let’s Live (February 1994), 72-73.

Cooper, Morton. “The Voice That Came In From The Cold,” Let’s Live (January 1994), 28-30.

Cooper, Morton. “Treating Laryngitis with Voice Therapy,” Advance (January 10, 1994), 9.

Cooper, Morton. “Who Killed Voices?” Let’s Live (August 1993), 24-26.

Cooper, Morton. “Treating Spasmodic Dysphonia With Direct Voice Rehabilitation,” Advance (February 1,1993), 6-7.

Cooper, Morton. “Don’t Put Up With Voice Fatigue,” The Wall Street Journal (September 28, 1992), A-14.

Cooper, Morton. “Change Your Voice, Change Your Life,” Cosmopolitan (July 1984), 138-142.

Cooper, Morton. “Prescriptions for Vocal Health: Finding the Right Vocal Register,” Music Educators Journal, 69 (February 1983), 40, 57, 59, 61.

Cooper, Morton. “Prescriptions for Vocal Health: Medication and the Voice,” Music Educators Journal, 69 (February 1983), 41-42.

Cooper, Morton. “The Tired Speaking Voice and the Negative Effect on the Singing Voice,” The Nats Bulletin, 39 (November/December 1982), 11-13.

Cooper, Morton. “A Case History: Stevie Nicks,” Voice, 4 (September/October 1980), 34.

Cooper, Morton. “Vocal Image and Vocal Identity,” Voice, 3 (July/August 1980), 36.

Cooper, Morton. “Facts and Fantasies About the Speaking Voice and the Effect Upon the Singing Voice,” Voice, 2(May/June 1980), 34.

Cooper, Morton. “The Speaking Voice of the Singer,” Voice, 1 (March/April 1980), 8-11.

Cooper, Morton. “The Strangled Voice,” Let’s Live, 48 (January 1980), 71-76.

Cooper, Morton. “Aphasia—When the Words Don’t Come Out Right,” Let’s Live, 4 (Sept. 1979), 90,93, 94, 96.

Cooper, Morton. “The Impressive Voice in the Court,” Trial, 15 (July 1979), 53-55, 69.

Cooper, Morton. “The Voice Problems of Stutterers: A Practical Approach from Clinical Experience,” Journal of Fluency Disorders, 4 (June 1979), 141-148.

Cooper, Morton. “Be Good to Your Voice,” Prevention, 31 (May 1979), 142-147.

Cooper, Morton. “The Secret Stutterers,” Let’s Live, 47 (May 1979).

Cooper, Morton. “The Speaking Voice and the Trial Lawyer,” Advocate, 6 (December 1978), 11-13.

Cooper, Morton. “Spectrographic Analysis of Fundamental Frequency and Hoarseness Before and After Vocal Rehabilitation,” Journal of Speech and Hearing Disorders, 39 (August 1974), 286-297.

Cooper, Morton. “Preventing Voice Disorders,” United Teacher, 4 (September 1972), 13.

Cooper, Morton. “The Stage Voice,” Equity, LVII (March 1972), 21-22.

Cooper, Morton. “Speech Disorders and Problems,” (Aphasia), Pediatric News, 6 (January 1972), 21.

Cooper, Morton. “Speech Disorders and Problems,” (Stuttering), Pediatric News, 5 (November 1971), 55-56.

Cooper, Morton. “The Vocal Image and Vocal Suicide,” Voices: The Art and Science of Psychotherapy, Special Issue: Unspoken Behavior, 6 (August 1971), 26-28.

Cooper, Morton. “Speech Disorders and Problems” (Voice Disorders), Pediatric News, 5 (March 1971) 48-49.

Cooper, Morton. “Papillomata of the Vocal Folds: I. Review of the Literature, II. A Program of Vocal Rehabilitation,” Journal of Speech and Hearing Disorders, 36 (February 1971), 51-60.

Cooper, Morton. “Rehabilitation of Paralytic Dysphonia,” Eye, Ear, Nose and Throat Monthly, 49 (December 1, 1970), 532-535.

Cooper, Morton. “Vocal Suicide in Newscasters and Announcers - The ‘Impressive’ Voice,” Radio-Television News Directors Association Bulletin (December 1970), 21.

Cooper, Morton. “Stopping Vocal Suicide Among Preachers,” Christian Advocate (December 1970), 11-12.

Cooper, Morton. “Voice Therapy for Teachers,” Education, 91 (November/December 1970), 142-146.

Cooper, Morton. “A Broadcaster’s Artistic Voice,” The Quill, 58 (October 1970), 19.

Cooper, Morton. “Vocal Suicide Among Rabbis,” Central Conference of American Rabbis Journal, 17 (October 1970), 70-73.

Cooper, Morton. “Vocal Suicide of the Speaking Voice in Singers,” Music Educators Journal, 57 (September 1970), 53-54.

Cooper, Morton. “Vocal Suicide Among Theologians,” Your Church, 3 (July/August 1970), 16-21.

Cooper, Morton. “Voice Problems of the Geriatric Patient,” Geriatrics, 25 (June 1970), 107-110.

Cooper, Morton. “Voice Suicide in Teachers,” Peabody Journal of Education, 47 (May 1970), 334-337.

Cooper, Morton. “Speech Disorders and Problems” (Part I), Pediatric News, 4 (March 1970), 16, 37.

Cooper, Morton. “Speech Disorders and Problems” (Part II), Pediatric News, 4 (April 1970), 27, 57.

Cooper, Morton. “Speech Disorders and Problems” (Part III), Pediatric News, 4 (May 1970), 27, 48.

Cooper, Morton. “Teacher, Save That Voice!” Grade Teacher, 87 (March 1970), 71-72, 74, 76.

Cooper, Morton. “Vocal Suicide in Singers,” The Nats Bulletin, 26 (February/March 1970), 7-10, 31.

Cooper, Morton. “Vocal Rehabilitation - Current Opinion,” Medical Tribune, 11 (February 23, 1970), 11.

Cooper, Morton. “Vocal Suicide in the Legal Profession,” Bar Bulletin, 43 (1968), 453-456. Reprinted in Case and Comment, 75 (January/February 1970), 44-47.

Cooper, Morton. “Rehabilitation of Paralytic Dysphonia,” California Medicine, 112 (January 1970), 18-20.

Cooper, Morton. “Vocal Suicide in the Theatrical Profession,” The Screen Actor, 11 (November/December 1969), 8-9.

Cooper, Morton. “In Consultation,” Medical Tribune, 10 (August 28, 1969), 13.

Cooper, Morton and Yanagihara, Naoaki. “A Study of Basal Pitch Level Variations Found in the Normal Speaking Voice of Males and Females,” Journal of Communication Disorders, 3 (1971), 261-266.

Cooper, Morton and Nahum, Alan M. “Vocal Rehabilitation for Contact Ulcer of the Larynx,” Archives of Otolaryngology, 85 (1967), 41-46.

Satou, Alan and Cooper, Morton. “Psychiatric Observations of Falsetto Voice,” The Voice, 17 (February 1968), 31-33, 35, 37, 39, 41.

Column

Voice Disorders: Questions and Answers with Dr. Cooper, United Teacher, 1973-1975.

Presentations

Cooper, Morton. Extended seminar: “Spasmodic Dysphonia: Cures, Recoveries and Improvement by Direct Voice Rehabilitation.” American Speech-Language-Hearing Association Annual Convention, 2000.

Cooper, Morton. “Presenting Cures, Recoveries and Improvements by DVR,” XIth Annual Pacific Voice Conference, November 5-7, 1998.

Cooper, Morton. “Recovery from Spastic Dysphonia by Direct Voice Rehabilitation,” Proceedings of the 18th Congress of the International Association of Logopedics and Phoniatrics, 1 (August 1980), 579-584.

Cooper, Morton. Mini-seminar: “Recovery from Spastic Dysphonia by Direct Voice Rehabilitation” and Mini-seminar “Direct Vocal Training of the Speaking Voice for Speech Clinicians,” California Speech-Language-Hearing Association Annual Conference,1980.

Cooper, Morton. Mini-seminar: “Techniques of Vocal Rehabilitation for Functional and Organic Dysphonias” and Mini-seminar: “Considerations for the Treatment of Voice Disorders,” American Speech-Language-Hearing Association Annual Convention,1979.

Cooper, Morton. Mini-seminar: “What Vocal Rehabilitation Is All About,” California Speech-Language-Hearing Association Annual Conference, 1978.

Cooper, Morton. “Vocal Rehabilitation for Spastic Dysphonia and Incipient Spastic Dysphonia,” American Speech-Language-Hearing Association Annual Convention, 1974.

Cooper, Morton. “Vocal Rehabilitation for Spastic Dysphonia and Incipient Spastic Dysphonia” and Mini-short Course: “Voice Training for Speech Therapists,” California Speech-Language-Hearing Association Annual Conference, 1973.

Cooper, Morton. “Vocal Rehabilitation for Pre-malignant Growths of the Vocal Folds,” American Speech- Language-Hearing Association Annual Convention, 1972.

Cooper, Morton. “Vocal Suicide and Vocal Rehabilitation” and “What Can Be Done for Spastic Dysphonia?” California Speech-Language-Hearing Association Annual Conference, 1970.