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5 Matching Questions

  1. Noise within the environment
  2. Auditory Training programs for adults: Consonant Recognition Training
  3. Memory
  4. Discrimination
  5. Duration of individual speech sounds
  1. a abnormal lighting, competing visual stimulation, competing auditory stimulation
  2. b retain verbal information, combine speech units to derive meaning
  3. c same or different sound
  4. d -relies primarily on analytic approach to facilitate improved speech production
    -incorporates speechreading into a combined auditory-visual approach
    -allows for intense drill to occur for a select number of consonants during a relatively short therapy session
  5. e -range from 30-300 msec
    -vowels generally longer than consonants
    -overall rate of speech varies considerably from speaker to speaker

5 Multiple Choice Questions

  1. features of speech that are superimposed on phonemes and words
  2. includes a host of factors that can reduce the amount of info present to the listener
  3. features associated with individual speech sounds
  4. at frequencies below 1000 Hz, attributed largely to the fundamental frequency of the adult human voice
  5. -guide for clinicians in evaluating and developing auditory skills in children with severe to profound hearing loss
    -contains goals and objectives associated with 4 levels of speech perception
    -sound detection
    -suprasegmentals
    -vowel and consonant perception
    -connected speech

5 True/False Questions

  1. Noise within the listenerpoor listening skills, poor attending skills, lack of familiarity with rules of the language

          

  2. Noise within the speakerpoor listening skills, poor attending skills, lack of familiarity with rules of the language

          

  3. Comprehensionfull understanding

          

  4. 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

          

  5. Development of Auditory Skills1. determining whether or not auditory therapy appears warranted
    2. provides a basis for comparison with post-therapy performance, to assess how much improvement in auditory performance, particularly speech perception, has occurred
    3. identification of specific areas of auditory perception to concentrate on future training

          

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