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5 Matching questions

  1. trigeminal 5
  2. Structured play to address short term goals
  3. optic 2
  4. Standardized test
  5. Tx of Apraxia of Speech
  1. a vision
  2. b Toddlers and preschoolers respond better to games and play activities than structured exercises so use....
  3. c auditory-visual stimulation,oral motor repetition,and phonetic placement
  4. d reveal how well a client performs compared to a specific population
  5. e chewing, face and mouth touch and pain

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. is a symptom of coordination problems-clumsy or awkward movements and unsteadiness and occurs in many different diseases and condtions.
  2. is an image tat represents an audio signal or recording.It shows the changes in amplitude over a certain amount of time. The amplitude of the signal is measured on the y-axis(vertically) while time is measured on the x-axis(horizontally)
  3. interpretation of auditory input and would thus teach a client to discriminate speech sounds
  4. are depressions that lie lateral to the median epiglottal folds
  5. aphonic breaks due to sudden over adduction or underadduction of the vocal folds

5 True/False questions

  1. 5 yr old with mulitple speech path errors tx goaldelineate phonological processes in operation and address them through minimal contrast pairs


  2. Acoustic Reflexis an involuntary muscle contraction that occurs in the middle ear of mannamls in response to high-intensity sound stimuli


  3. Hyperadductionis a specific form of muscle tension, dysphonia, characterised by excessive abduction of the vocal cords. This means that the vocal folds are not able to come together or adduct sufficiently in order to produce voice.


  4. The most serious limitiation of employing imitation as an intervention strategy for children with a language impairmentit lacks communicative intention


  5. Stroboscopygenerally is the most efficient and effective instrumentation for viewing the vocal folds during phonation