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speech anatomy-articulation
role of articulators
What 3 structures together make up the…
functions of the nose
What muscle forms the anterior faucial…
shape air column/laryngeal tone to vary acoustic parameters o…
septum, choanae, nasopharynx
olfaction - to augment sense of taste... temperature - warms the…
buccinator
role of articulators
shape air column/laryngeal tone to vary acoustic parameters o…
What 3 structures together make up the…
septum, choanae, nasopharynx
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Speech Anatomy and Physio Articulation
what does the sella turcica hold?
what part of the skull does the greate…
where is the lesser wing found on the…
what muscle is attached to the medial…
pituitary glands
orbits
orbits
tensor villi palatine - glides around it
what does the sella turcica hold?
pituitary glands
what part of the skull does the greate…
orbits
55 terms
Speech Anatomy Anatomy of Articulation and Resonation
CN 7
Act like a drawstring, pull the lips t…
CN 7
Fascia of masseter muscle, corners of…
Orbicularis Oris Innervation
Orbicularis Oris Function
Risorius Innervation
Risorius Attachments
CN 7
Orbicularis Oris Innervation
Act like a drawstring, pull the lips t…
Orbicularis Oris Function
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Anatomy and Physiology of the speech mechanism: articulation
Articulation for speech
Three main cavities
Fetal Alcohol spectrum disorders
Pharyngeal Cavity three parts
the process of bringing two or more moveable speech structure…
Pharyngeal or throat activity, oral or mouth cavity, nasal ca…
When child is exposed to alcohol in utero; need to evaluate c…
laryngeal pharynx, oro pharynx, naso pharynx (from bottom to…
Articulation for speech
the process of bringing two or more moveable speech structure…
Three main cavities
Pharyngeal or throat activity, oral or mouth cavity, nasal ca…
78 terms
Anatomy & Physiology of the Speech Mechanism - Anatomy of Articulation and Resonation
Articulation for speech
Articulatory system
Three main cavities of supralaryngeal…
Articulation
Process of bringing together two or more moveable speech stru…
System of mobile and immobile articulators brought into conta…
Pharyngeal or throat cavity; oral or mouth cavity; nasal cavi…
For every unique shape that three cavities take as articulato…
Articulation for speech
Process of bringing together two or more moveable speech stru…
Articulatory system
System of mobile and immobile articulators brought into conta…
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Anatomy Articulation
Gliding
Flexion
Extension
Hyperextension
This type of motion results from relatively flat bone surface…
A bending movement around a joint in a limb (as the knee or e…
An unbending movement around a joint in a limb (as the knee o…
The motion involved in bending the joint in the opposite dire…
Gliding
This type of motion results from relatively flat bone surface…
Flexion
A bending movement around a joint in a limb (as the knee or e…
56 terms
Anatomy & Physiology of Speech & Hearing--SLP 220, Manasco Articulation Part 4
Tongue
Tongue tip
Tongue blade/dorsum
Tongue root/base
Muscle that occupies the floor of the mouth
Anterior most portion
Superior surface
Portion that resides in the oropharynx (pharyngeal surface--a…
Tongue
Muscle that occupies the floor of the mouth
Tongue tip
Anterior most portion
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Speech Anatomy & Physiology Articulation, Resonance & Swallowing
articulation
vocal tract
dysarthria
phonology
bringing mobile and immobile articulators into contact to sha…
the oral cavity, the pharynx, and nasal cavity
motor speech problems in adults
what is the base of linguistics?
articulation
bringing mobile and immobile articulators into contact to sha…
vocal tract
the oral cavity, the pharynx, and nasal cavity
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Anatomy of Speech Production- Supralaryngeal System (articulation)
vocal tract
pharynx
nasopharynx
oropharynx
articulators, pharynx, oral cavity, nasal cavity
primary structure in determining airflow; vertical tube with…
extends from upper portion of nasal cavity to soft palate
extends from soft palate to hyoid bone
vocal tract
articulators, pharynx, oral cavity, nasal cavity
pharynx
primary structure in determining airflow; vertical tube with…
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SPA3130 Speech Anatomy & Physiology Final - Articulation
Central Control Theory
Dynamic/Action Theory
Van Der Merwe's Framework
Van Der Merwe's Framework Explained
Master control mechanism→ muscles move based on some linguist…
"The motor act is achieved within the bounds of variability"…
Intent to Communicate Verbally ... Linguistic - Symbolic Plannin…
In order for speech production to occur, needs to be intent t…
Central Control Theory
Master control mechanism→ muscles move based on some linguist…
Dynamic/Action Theory
"The motor act is achieved within the bounds of variability"…
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Exam 3: Anatomy/Physiology of Speech/Hearing- Anatomy of Articulation Powerpoint 1
What is articulation?
What is articulation in speech?
What are phonemes?
What are the two kinds of articulators?
the process of two elements joining/coming together
it is how we produce phonemes
the smallest, most meaningful units of speech
mobile and immobile
What is articulation?
the process of two elements joining/coming together
What is articulation in speech?
it is how we produce phonemes
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Exam 3 Anatomy and Physiology Speech/Hearing Anatomy of Articulation Powerpoint 2
What are the 4 main cavities of the vo…
What are some landmarks of the vocal t…
What are the parts of the tongue?
What are some of the landmarks on the…
- oral... - buccal... - nasal... - pharyngeal
- lips... - tongue... - hard palate... - velum... - epiglottis... - vocal fo…
- tip/apex... - dorsum/body... - base... - root... - oral/palatine surfac…
- median sulcus... - lingual papillae... - terminal sulcus... - forame…
What are the 4 main cavities of the vo…
- oral... - buccal... - nasal... - pharyngeal
What are some landmarks of the vocal t…
- lips... - tongue... - hard palate... - velum... - epiglottis... - vocal fo…
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Articulation Anatomy
What is articulation
What is the articulatory System
Mobile Articulators
Immobile Articulators
The process of joining 2 elements together
the system of mobile and immobile articulators brought into c…
Movable parts within the oral cavity... -Soft palate, tongue, ma…
Immoveable parts within the oral cavity ... -Teeth, hard palate,…
What is articulation
The process of joining 2 elements together
What is the articulatory System
the system of mobile and immobile articulators brought into c…
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Exam 3: Anatomy/Physiology of Speech/Hearing- Anatomy of Articulation Powerpoint 1
What is articulation?
What is articulation in speech?
What are phonemes?
What are the two kinds of articulators?
the process of two elements joining/coming together
it is how we produce phonemes
the smallest, most meaningful units of speech
mobile and immobile
What is articulation?
the process of two elements joining/coming together
What is articulation in speech?
it is how we produce phonemes
104 terms
Anatomy- Articulation
Facial bones
Cranial bones
Skull
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bones that form the face, framework for articulators for spee…
cranium, bones that form the skull, houses & protects brain;…
bony, immobile framework for the head
How many bones does the skull consist of?
Facial bones
bones that form the face, framework for articulators for spee…
Cranial bones
cranium, bones that form the skull, houses & protects brain;…
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Anatomy & Physiology of Speech & Hearing--SLP 220, Manasco Articulation Part 2
Ethmoid
The perpendicular plate of the ethmoid…
Ethmoid comprises the superior ______…
Zygomatic Bone
Located in the cranial, nasal & orbital spaces
Downward
Nasal septum/middle/superior
Cheek bones
Ethmoid
Located in the cranial, nasal & orbital spaces
The perpendicular plate of the ethmoid…
Downward
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Anatomy & Physiology of Speech & Hearing--SLP 220, Manasco Articulation Part 3
Lymph system plays a big role in the _…
Buccal Cavity
Regarding phonation, what 2 roles does…
Pharyngeal Cavity
Immune/toxins
Space between posterior teeth & cheeks of the face.
1) Plays a role in oral resonance 2) Involved in high pressur…
A hollow muscular tube about 12 cm in length extending from t…
Lymph system plays a big role in the _…
Immune/toxins
Buccal Cavity
Space between posterior teeth & cheeks of the face.
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Anatomy & Physiology of Speech & Hearing--SLP 220, Manasco Articulation Part 1
Articulation
Articulatory System
Source-Filter Theory of Vowel Production
You can associate vowel production wit…
The process of joining 2 elements together
The system of mobile & immobile articulators brought into con…
Source of sound will come from VFs or point of turbulence or…
Phonation
Articulation
The process of joining 2 elements together
Articulatory System
The system of mobile & immobile articulators brought into con…
Articulation Anatomy
What is Articulation?
What are articulators?
Source-filter theory
Articulators
adjustments of vocal tract by moving the articulators
the structures of the vocal tract that shape sound into meani…
1. Sound is generated (by vocal folds)... 2. Vocal tract shapes…
Tongue- largest... Mandible (lower jaw)- second largest... Velum (s…
What is Articulation?
adjustments of vocal tract by moving the articulators
What are articulators?
the structures of the vocal tract that shape sound into meani…
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Articulation Anatomy
Purpose of Articulation
Sutures
Number of bones in the skull
Mandible
Sound shaper system
Bones in skull meet with these
22
Houses the lower teeth, serves as a point of attachment for t…
Purpose of Articulation
Sound shaper system
Sutures
Bones in skull meet with these
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Articulation anatomy
Source-Filter Theory of Vowel Production
Vocal Tract
Resonance frequency of vocal tract
Vowels and Consonants
-In order to produce a sound, you must generate a sound sourc…
-consists of oral cavity (mouth), pharynx, and nasal cavity... -…
-resonance frequency = frequency of a tone in a given cavity,…
-both shapes by source-filter theory... -vowels: source is alway…
Source-Filter Theory of Vowel Production
-In order to produce a sound, you must generate a sound sourc…
Vocal Tract
-consists of oral cavity (mouth), pharynx, and nasal cavity... -…
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Anatomy - Articulation
synarthrosis joint
amphiarthrosis joint
diarthrosis joint
suture
-an immovable joint... -examples include sutures, gomphosis, syn…
a slightly movable joint
a freely movable joint
-a synarthrosis joint found only in the skull... -interlocked to…
synarthrosis joint
-an immovable joint... -examples include sutures, gomphosis, syn…
amphiarthrosis joint
a slightly movable joint
95 terms
Exam 3: Anatomy/Physiology of Speech/Hearing- Anatomy of Articulation Powerpoint 1
What is articulation?
What is articulation in speech?
What are phonemes?
What are the two kinds of articulators?
the process of two elements joining/coming together
it is how we produce phonemes
the smallest, most meaningful units of speech
mobile and immobile
What is articulation?
the process of two elements joining/coming together
What is articulation in speech?
it is how we produce phonemes
131 terms
ANATOMY ARTICULATION
Articulation
Resonation
Deglutition
Mastication
Bringing mobile and immobile articulators into contact for sh…
Sound quality given to voiced sounds by the vocal tract
Swallowing
Chewing
Articulation
Bringing mobile and immobile articulators into contact for sh…
Resonation
Sound quality given to voiced sounds by the vocal tract
193 terms
Anatomy-- Articulation
system of mobile and immobile articula…
Mobile Articulators
Immobile Articulators
Facial Bones
Articulation system
Tongue, mandible, velum, lips, cheeks, pharynx, larynx, hyoid…
Alveolar ridge, hard palate, teeth
Mandible, Maxillae, Palatine Bones, Nasal bones, zygomatic bo…
system of mobile and immobile articula…
Articulation system
Mobile Articulators
Tongue, mandible, velum, lips, cheeks, pharynx, larynx, hyoid…
82 terms
Articulation Anatomy
coronoid process
condylar process
ramus
angle
coronoid process
condylar process
35 terms
Speech System: Articulation
Larynx
Biological Functions of Larynx
Phonation
Hyoid Bone
location: level of 3rd-6th cervical vertibrae, sound generato…
Protection for lower respiratory track, cough reflex to expel…
rapid, periodic opening & closing of the glottis through aero…
U-shaped, supportive structure for inferior attachment of roo…
Larynx
location: level of 3rd-6th cervical vertibrae, sound generato…
Biological Functions of Larynx
Protection for lower respiratory track, cough reflex to expel…
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Anatomy of Articulation
Source
Filter
Cranial Bones of Articulation
Facial Bones of Articulation
The vocal folds which provide the vibration for vowel product…
The vocal tract, including the nasal, oral, and pharyngeal ca…
Frontal... Parietal (paired)... Temporal (paired)... Occipital ... Ethmoi…
Mandible... Maxilla... Nasal bones... Nasal conchae... Palantine bones... Vo…
Source
The vocal folds which provide the vibration for vowel product…
Filter
The vocal tract, including the nasal, oral, and pharyngeal ca…
154 terms
Anatomy of Articulation
Physical Systems of Communication
Cavities of the Vocal Tract
Buccal Cavity
Oral Cavity
-Respiratory... -Phonatory... -ARTICULATORY... -Nervous... -Swallowing... -A…
Buccal... Oral... Pharyngeal... Nasal
-From lips and cheeks, gums, and teeth... -To area behind the th…
Bounded by:... -teeth (ant. lat.)... -fauces ... -palate... -tongue
Physical Systems of Communication
-Respiratory... -Phonatory... -ARTICULATORY... -Nervous... -Swallowing... -A…
Cavities of the Vocal Tract
Buccal... Oral... Pharyngeal... Nasal
20 terms
human speech articulation video
The most complex motor movement that a…
central control theory, task dynamic t…
linguistic goal (language rules to exp…
muscle movements (articulated muscle m…
Human Speech is:
Theories on how speech is produced:
central control theory:... those muscle movements are determined…
central control theory:... our central control determines ______…
The most complex motor movement that a…
Human Speech is:
central control theory, task dynamic t…
Theories on how speech is produced:
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Anatomy of Articulation
articulation
source filter theory
True
Resonant Frequency
the process of joining to elements together
the source is the level of the TVF, the filter is the vocal t…
True or False: Articulators are both mobile and immobile
influenced by length and volume of the vocal tract
articulation
the process of joining to elements together
source filter theory
the source is the level of the TVF, the filter is the vocal t…
105 terms
Anatomy: Articulation
no joint cavity, bones connected by fi…
sutures, teeth to facial bones, ulna a…
united by cartilage, no joint cavity,…
pubic symphysis, intervertebral joints…
fibrous
fibrous
cartilaginous
cartilaginous
no joint cavity, bones connected by fi…
fibrous
sutures, teeth to facial bones, ulna a…
fibrous
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A and P of Speech and Hearing: Articulation Anatomy including dentition
Articulation
Articulators
Source-Filter Theory of Articulation
In all cases you produce a _______ and…
adjustments of vocal tract by moving the articulators
the structures of the vocal tract that shape sound into meani…
1. Sound is generated (by vocal folds)... 2. Vocal tract shapes…
Source
Articulation
adjustments of vocal tract by moving the articulators
Articulators
the structures of the vocal tract that shape sound into meani…
39 terms
Anatomy: Articulation
Orbicularis Oris
Risouris
Buccinator
Levator labii superioris
Origin: corner of lips... Insertion: opposite corner of lips... In…
Origin: fascia of masseter... Insertion: corner of mouth at orbi…
Origin: alvevolar process of maxilla, mandible and pterygoman…
Origin: infraorbital margin of maxilla... Insertion: upper lip…
Orbicularis Oris
Origin: corner of lips... Insertion: opposite corner of lips... In…
Risouris
Origin: fascia of masseter... Insertion: corner of mouth at orbi…
63 terms
Articulation (anatomy)
Joints
Function
Structural classification
Fibrous (structural)
A site where bones meet, also known as articulation
Allows for movement, stability, support, & separation
What it's made up of
Fibrous connective tissue binds the joint together. No or sli…
Joints
A site where bones meet, also known as articulation
Function
Allows for movement, stability, support, & separation
Anatomy Articulations
Articulating Bones of the SKULL
Articulating Bones of the Temporomandi…
Articulating Bones of the Atlanto-Occi…
Articulating Bones of the atlantoaxial
Cranial and Facial Bones
Temporal bone and mandible
Occipital Bone and the atlas
Atlas and Axis
Articulating Bones of the SKULL
Cranial and Facial Bones
Articulating Bones of the Temporomandi…
Temporal bone and mandible
28 terms
Anatomy Articulations
Fibrous joint
Cartilaginous joint
Synovial Joint
Synarthrosis
Immovable
Fibrous joint
Cartilaginous joint
20 terms
Anatomy of Articulation
Articulation
mandible landmarks
symptoms of TMJ
maxilla landmarks
adjustment of the shape, and therefore acoustic properties of…
mental symphysis... mental protuberance... mental tubercles... corpus…
temporomandibular joint... headaches... pain... neck pain
body... frontal process... infraorbital margin... zygomatic process... an…
Articulation
adjustment of the shape, and therefore acoustic properties of…
mandible landmarks
mental symphysis... mental protuberance... mental tubercles... corpus…
44 terms
Anatomy and Physiology of Speech and Language (Anatomy of Articulation, Seikel, Ch.6 p299-304 and ppt, slides 1-12)
Articulatory system
Source-filter theory
Vocal tract
Resonant frequency
system of mobile and immobile articulators brought into conta…
this states that a voicing source is generated by the vocal f…
this consists of the mouth or oral cavity, the region behind…
the frequency of sound to which a cavity most effectively or…
Articulatory system
system of mobile and immobile articulators brought into conta…
Source-filter theory
this states that a voicing source is generated by the vocal f…
63 terms
Articulation Anatomy
speech articulation
alveolar arch
condyle
coronoid process
Fluid movements of velum, tongue, lips, mandible are smooth a…
(or process, or ridge) for teeth (in both maxialla and mandib…
posterior superior process of mandible
anterior superior process of mandible
speech articulation
Fluid movements of velum, tongue, lips, mandible are smooth a…
alveolar arch
(or process, or ridge) for teeth (in both maxialla and mandib…
118 terms
Anatomy of Articulation
articulation definition
articulators
about the skull
how many bones are joined by sutures?
adjustment to the shape, and therefore, acoustic properties o…
structures which mediate the change in the vocal tract
bony framework
22
articulation definition
adjustment to the shape, and therefore, acoustic properties o…
articulators
structures which mediate the change in the vocal tract
135 terms
Anatomy of Articulation and Resonation
coronal suture
frontal bone
sphenoid greater wing
nasal bone
coronal suture
frontal bone
48 terms
Anatomy-Articulation
sutures
mandible
posterior nasal spine
palatine bones
Where skull bones come together
Only movable joint in skull
sutures
Where skull bones come together
mandible
Only movable joint in skull
20 terms
Anatomy of Articulation
Resonating Cavities
Process
Bones of the Cranial Skeleton
Ethmoid bone
Nasal Cavity... Oral Cavity... Pharyngeal Cavity... the nasal and ora…
attaching to something in order to get it to move
Ethmoid bone... Sphenoid bone... Frontal bone... Parietal bone... Occipit…
present in cranial, nasal, and orbital spaces... located behind…
Resonating Cavities
Nasal Cavity... Oral Cavity... Pharyngeal Cavity... the nasal and ora…
Process
attaching to something in order to get it to move
81 terms
Anatomy of Articulation
Articulation
Articulators
Skull
Facial Skeleton
adjustment of the shape and therefore acoustic properties of…
structures which come together or change shape of vocal tract
bony framework... 22 bones joined by sutures... facial and cranium…
8 bones... Mandible... Maxilla... Nasal Bones... Palatine Bones... Zygomatic…
Articulation
adjustment of the shape and therefore acoustic properties of…
Articulators
structures which come together or change shape of vocal tract
35 terms
Speech System: Articulation
Larynx
Biological Functions of Larynx
Phonation
Hyoid Bone
location: level of 3rd-6th cervical vertibrae, sound generato…
Protection for lower respiratory track, cough reflex to expel…
rapid, periodic opening & closing of the glottis through aero…
U-shaped, supportive structure for inferior attachment of roo…
Larynx
location: level of 3rd-6th cervical vertibrae, sound generato…
Biological Functions of Larynx
Protection for lower respiratory track, cough reflex to expel…
88 terms
Anatomy Articulations
mobility vs stability
peridontal membranes
sutures
synovial joints
as mobility increases, stability decreases
bind teeth into bone (ligaments)
bind bone to bone (skull)
lots of motion; found in hip and shoulder; sugary substance a…
mobility vs stability
as mobility increases, stability decreases
peridontal membranes
bind teeth into bone (ligaments)
8 terms
anatomy articulations
Articulation: head of mandible and man…
• Articulation: sternal end of clavicl…
Articulation: Acromial end of clavicle…
Articulation: Glenoid cavity of scapul…
temporomandibular joint
sternoclavicular joint
acromioclavicularr joint
glenohumeral joint
Articulation: head of mandible and man…
temporomandibular joint
• Articulation: sternal end of clavicl…
sternoclavicular joint
38 terms
Anatomy of Articulation
4 Main Bones of the Cranial Skeleton:
Parietal Bones:
Sagittal Suture:
Frontal Lobe:
1: Parietal Bones (paired)... 2: Frontal Bone (unpaired)... 3: Occi…
-paired (left and right)... -overlie parietal lobes of the brain…
divides the parietal lobe into left and right areas
(forehead bone)... -makes up forehead (supraorbital region)... -art…
4 Main Bones of the Cranial Skeleton:
1: Parietal Bones (paired)... 2: Frontal Bone (unpaired)... 3: Occi…
Parietal Bones:
-paired (left and right)... -overlie parietal lobes of the brain…
39 terms
anatomy of articulation
articulation
articulators
source-filter theory of artic
the skull
adjustments of the vocal tract by moving the articulators
the structures of the vocal tract that shape sound into meani…
1. sound is generated (by vocal folds)... 2. vocal tract shapes…
most bones of the face and cranium joined by sutures... FACIAL B…
articulation
adjustments of the vocal tract by moving the articulators
articulators
the structures of the vocal tract that shape sound into meani…
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