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5 Matching questions

  1. Speech perception components
  2. Greatest amount of speech energy occurs
  3. Training sessions be conducted in 3 commonly encountered situations
  4. Candidacy for auditory therapy
  5. Basic Auditory Perception Abilities: range of intensity levels the human ear can process
  1. a at frequencies below 1000 Hz, attributed largely to the fundamental frequency of the adult human voice
  2. b -most common use of auditory based therapy is for children with prelingual sensorineural hearing loss
    -in recent times, with cochlear implant recipients, for both children and adults
  3. c 0 dB SPL to 130 dB SPL
  4. d detection, discrimination, identification, attention, memory, closure, comprehension
  5. e 1. relatively intense background noise
    2. presence of competing speech signals
    3. listening on the telephone

5 Multiple choice questions

  1. fill in the gaps
  2. involves an attempt to assist a child or adult with a hearing loss in maximizing the use of whatever degree of residual hearing remains
  3. 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
  4. -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. 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

5 True/False questions

  1. Overall spectrum of speechabout 25 dB HL

          

  2. Development of Auditory Skills-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

          

  3. Auditory Training programs for adults: Consonant Recognition Training-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

          

  4. 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

          

  5. Auditory Training programs for children - SKI-HIDevelopmental Approach to Successful Listening, 2nd Edition (DASL II)
    -highly structured, based on a hierarchy of listening skills
    -sound awareness, phonetic listening, auditory comprehension

          

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