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5 Matching questions

  1. following medialization throplasty
  2. Children dx with specific language impairments
  3. facial 7
  4. Right Hemisphere traumatic brain injury
  5. Medialization Thyroplasty
  1. a visuospatial disorgainzation,an inablitiy to initiate interactions,unilateral neglect,and lack of facial expression
  2. b surgical procedure which moves the paralyzed vocal fold closer to the mid glottis to allow better compensation by the unaffected fold
  3. c are likely to exhibit the greatest deficits in production of sentences with appropriate inflectional morphology and syntax
  4. d need to produce hard glottal attack
  5. e facial expressions secretion of tears and saliva and taste

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. child is likely to have chewing, eating and swallowing issues with this
  2. manipulated or selected by the researcher to determine its effect on the dependent variable(ex. manipulating vocal loudness to see its effect on prosodic Fo and durational variables)
  3. delineate phonological processes in operation and address them through minimal contrast pairs
  4. consonant-vowel combinations called canonical syllables begin to appear in a childs babbling(baaa, dadada, goo)
  5. control over the fundamental freq of the laryngeal tone

5 True/False questions

  1. Wernickes Aphasiais an inherited disease that causes progressive damage to the nervous system resulting in symptoms ranging from gait disturbance and speech problems to heart disease

          

  2. Hyperadductionis a spcific form of muscle tension dysphonia characterised by excessive adduction or coming together of the vocal folds. Habitual use of a hyperadductive phonatory pattern can lead to the developement of vocal fold pathologies such as nodules or polyps

          

  3. Lateral Cricoarytenoidadducts the vocal folds

          

  4. agent vs subjectdifficulty in the appropriate coordination of the motor movements required to produce well formed speech sounds.

          

  5. hypoglossal 12control over the fundamental frequency of laryngeal tone

          

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