Intervocality is a term that ethnomusicologist Steve Feld has used to signify “the inherently dialogic and embodied qualities of speaking and hearing. Intervocality underscores the link between the felt audition of one’s own voice, and the cumulatively embodied experience of aural resonance and memory” (Feld 1998: 471).
Feld, Steven. 1998. “They Repeatedly Lick Their Own Things.” Critical Inquiry 24 (2). (See also related works by this scholar.)