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  1. Noise within the speaker
  2. Auditory Perception
  3. Noise
  4. Auditory Training programs for children - SKI-HI
  5. Closure
  1. a poor syntax, poor articulation
  2. b our ability to communicate verbally depends on the quality of our speech perception (suprasegmental and segmental features)
  3. c fill in the gaps
  4. d includes a host of factors that can reduce the amount of info present to the listener
  5. e -home intervention treatment program for infants and families
    -developmentally based auditory-training program
    -utilized in conjunction with speech and language stimulation, 4 phases and 11 general skills

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. 20-20,000 Hz
  2. abnormal lighting, competing visual stimulation, competing auditory stimulation
  3. band of frequencies that are resonated, or boosted in energy, by the vocal tract
  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. -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)

5 True/False questions

  1. Assessment of Auditory skills - childrenyoung 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

          

  2. 2 general objective of auditory training for adultsformal and informal
    -monosyllabic word lists
    -perception of consonants
    -tests which employ sentence like stimuli wwith speech babble
    -ability to perceive connected discourse
    -introducing competing noise to a test situation
    -use of visual cues (bisensory-using hearing and visual together) to evaluate integrative skills

          

  3. Basic Auditory Perception Abilities: range of intensity levels the human ear can process0 dB SPL to 130 dB SPL

          

  4. Duration of individual speech sounds-range from 30-300 msec
    -vowels generally longer than consonants
    -overall rate of speech varies considerably from speaker to speaker

          

  5. Overall spectrum of speechabout 25 dB HL