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5 Matching questions

  1. Closure
  2. Speech perception components
  3. Development of Auditory Skills
  4. Noise within the environment
  5. Identification
  1. a abnormal lighting, competing visual stimulation, competing auditory stimulation
  2. b fill in the gaps
  3. c detection, discrimination, identification, attention, memory, closure, comprehension
  4. d -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. e label what was heard

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. includes a host of factors that can reduce the amount of info present to the listener
  2. 1. Source or Speaker
    2. Message
    3. Receiver
    4. Feedback
    5. Environment
  3. 1. 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
  4. 20-20,000 Hz
  5. -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 True/False questions

  1. Overall spectrum of speechabout 25 dB HL


  2. Commonly used tests (in assessment of auditory skills in children)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


  3. Formantband of frequencies that are resonated, or boosted in energy, by the vocal tract


  4. Ability to process speech is related to: Physical properties-intensity and frequency ranges of impaired ears are not always sufficient to provide total perception of a speech signal
    -consonant perception is typically far more difficult for those with hearing loss
    -overall degree of difficulty in speech perception is related to the intensity and frequency features of the hearing loss (audiogram configuration)


  5. Auditory Training programs for children - Speech Perception Instructional Curriculum and Evaluation (SPICE)-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
    -vowel and consonant perception
    -connected speech