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  1. Basic Auditory Perception Abilities: range of frequencies the human ear can perceive
  2. Ability to process speech is related to: Redundancy
  3. Noise within the speaker
  4. Discrimination
  5. Comprehension
  1. a full understanding
  2. b related to its predictability; the greater the redundancy, the easier to guess what was said (even if didn't hear entire message)
    -conversational speech can generally be described as highly redundant
    -factors associated with redundancy: syntactic, semantic, and situational constraints
  3. c 20-20,000 Hz
  4. d same or different sound
  5. e poor syntax, poor articulation

5 Multiple Choice Questions

  1. detection, discrimination, identification, attention, memory, closure, comprehension
  2. -common form of audiologic rehab emphasizing the role of communication strategies and pragmatics to facilitate successful communication
    -anticipatory strategies (minimize distance from speaker)
    -repair strategies (ask speaker to repeat all or part of message)
  3. involves an attempt to assist a child or adult with a hearing loss in maximizing the use of whatever degree of residual hearing remains
  4. young children - standardized tests but also informal testing and observation are highly relied upon
    older children - usually more formal, in depth assessment of overall speech perception abilities
  5. features associated with individual speech sounds

5 True/False Questions

  1. Auditory Training programs for adults: Consonant Recognition Training-common form of audiologic rehab emphasizing the role of communication strategies and pragmatics to facilitate successful communication
    -anticipatory strategies (minimize distance from speaker)
    -repair strategies (ask speaker to repeat all or part of message)

          

  2. Ability to process speech is related to: Physical propertiesrelated to its predictability; the greater the redundancy, the easier to guess what was said (even if didn't hear entire message)
    -conversational speech can generally be described as highly redundant
    -factors associated with redundancy: syntactic, semantic, and situational constraints

          

  3. Auditory Perceptioninvolves an attempt to assist a child or adult with a hearing loss in maximizing the use of whatever degree of residual hearing remains

          

  4. Suprasegmental featuresfeatures of speech that are superimposed on phonemes and words

          

  5. Candidacy for auditory therapy-most common use of auditory based therapy is for children with prelingual sensorineural hearing loss
    -in recent times, with cochlear implant recipients, for both children and adults

          

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