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5 Matching questions

  1. trigeminal 5
  2. Auditory training
  3. Cricothyroid
  4. Naturalistic Contexts
  5. Standardized test
  1. a everyday situations provide opportunities for the use of fuctional and meaningful linguistic forms
  2. b chewing, face and mouth touch and pain
  3. c Muscle that has the greatest control over teh fundamental frequency of the laryngeal tone by lengthening or tensing the vocal folds
  4. d interpretation of auditory input and would thus teach a client to discriminate speech sounds
  5. e reveal how well a client performs compared to a specific population

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. delineate phonological processes in operation and address them through minimal contrast pairs
  2. controls trapezius & sternocleidomastoid/controlls swallowing movements
  3. smell
  4. hypernasality, hyponasality and nasal emission
  5. indicative of cerebellar involvement

5 True/False questions

  1. Laryngeal CartliagesThyroid,Cricoid,Epiglottis,Arytenoids(2),Corniculate(2), Cuneiform(2)


  2. repeated episodes of otitis media with intermittent hearing lossis when there is thick or sticky fluid behind the eardrum in the middle ear, with no infection


  3. Right brain functionsdelayed speech,developementally delayed,feeding problems,ADD,Learning disorders,Inward bend of little finger(clinlodactyly),mental retardation,very friendly,trusting strangers,fearing loud noises or physical contact and being interested in music, shorter than other members of the family,sunken chest,flat nasal bridge,long ridges on btwn nose and lip,prominent lips with open mouth,skin covering inner corner of the eye,missing teeth, enamel problems and widely spaced teeth


  4. intermittent reinforcementis one whose results are replicable even if different people admininster the test


  5. Naturalistic Teachingeveryday situations provide opportunities for the use of fuctional and meaningful linguistic forms


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