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  1. Assessment of Auditory skills - children
  2. Commonly used tests (in assessment of auditory skills in children)
  3. Average shout
  4. Detection
  5. 2 general objective of auditory training for adults
  1. a 65 dB HL
  2. b -WIPI
  3. c awareness of sound
  4. d -learning to maximize the use of auditory and other related cues available for the perception of speech
    -adjustment and orientation to facilitate the optimum use of amplification, cochlear implant or tactile device
  5. e 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 Multiple Choice Questions

  1. poor listening skills, poor attending skills, lack of familiarity with rules of the language
  2. -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
  3. 20-20,000 Hz
  4. 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
  5. -newborns possess a functional auditory system that is capable of perceiving auditory stimuli at 20 weeks gestation. Auditory processing skills continue to develop and refine following birth
    -rapid emergence of auditory skills is crucial for the development of speech processing skills and the emergence of speech/language

5 True/False Questions

  1. Duration of individual speech soundsabout 25 dB HL


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


  3. Communication Modellabel what was heard


  4. Noise within the speakerpoor syntax, poor articulation


  5. Auditory Perceptionour ability to communicate verbally depends on the quality of our speech perception (suprasegmental and segmental features)


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