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CSD test 4
speech sounds
variations in a speech sound
___ rules are rules of how phonemes ca…
the classification of vowels include t…
phonemes
allophone
phonotactic
lax front low central rounded r-colored rhotic
speech sounds
phonemes
variations in a speech sound
allophone
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Glossary Terms Page 6
Fahrenheit
Faith
Fallopian tubes
False imprisonment
A temperature scale where the boiling point of water is 212 d…
Confidence or trust in a person or thing; belief that is not…
Pair of tubes that carry the eggs from the ovary to the uteru…
Unlawful restraint or restriction of a person's movement
Fahrenheit
A temperature scale where the boiling point of water is 212 d…
Faith
Confidence or trust in a person or thing; belief that is not…
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Phonological Processes (speechpathology.com)
26 PP organized into 6 categories
Categories seen in typically developin…
Categories seen in typically developin…
Categories seen in typically developin…
Processes affecting canonical shape of the word... Assimilation…
Processes affecting canonical shape of word... Assimilation proc…
Syllable structure processes
Place of Articulation Processes
26 PP organized into 6 categories
Processes affecting canonical shape of the word... Assimilation…
Categories seen in typically developin…
Processes affecting canonical shape of word... Assimilation proc…
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Breeds and Behavior - CH 8 + 9
pest control and disease management... N…
females and her kittens
10 months of age (females born in late…
urban lifestyles in which most cats li…
What were the original driving forces behind the "domesticati…
The focus of feline social groups is invariably-
When do cats reach puberty?
behaviors that are normal for cats are often seen as abnormal…
pest control and disease management... N…
What were the original driving forces behind the "domesticati…
females and her kittens
The focus of feline social groups is invariably-
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Ch 4 - The First two years: psychosocial development
Happiness is expressed by the _____, e…
LAUGHTER
Social Smile
Seperation Anxiety
SOCIAL SMILING
builds as curiosity does; a typical 6 MONTH old laughs loudly…
a smile evoked by a human face, normally 1st evident in infan…
an infant's distress when a familiar caregiver leaves, most o…
Happiness is expressed by the _____, e…
SOCIAL SMILING
LAUGHTER
builds as curiosity does; a typical 6 MONTH old laughs loudly…
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SST 191 Exam II
Intelligibility
Fixed articulators
Mobile articulators
Hard articulators
degree to which a listener understands the acoustic signal pr…
Hard palate, upper incisors, and alveolar ridge.
Tongue, velum, mandible, and lips.
Teeth, mandible, hard palate, alveolar ridge
Intelligibility
degree to which a listener understands the acoustic signal pr…
Fixed articulators
Hard palate, upper incisors, and alveolar ridge.
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BIO 303 Lecture 13
Modern geneticists are often intrested…
How do geneticists approach modern gen…
The defective copies of genes are term…
Loss of function alleles are commonly…
molecular expression of genes and the outcome of traits
-Identify an individual with a defective copy of the gene... -ob…
loss of function alleles
recessive manner
Modern geneticists are often intrested…
molecular expression of genes and the outcome of traits
How do geneticists approach modern gen…
-Identify an individual with a defective copy of the gene... -ob…
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6
The magnet effect is a reorganization…
In cases of high frequency hearing los…
Which of this is not a cue for the voi…
The main cues for the manner class of…
small changes in formants are very detectable near a poor exa…
release bursts and other spectral aspects used to perceive st…
spectrum of release burst... TRUE:... -vot... -strength of release bur…
-rapid formant transitions... -nasal murmur... -weakened higher for…
The magnet effect is a reorganization…
small changes in formants are very detectable near a poor exa…
In cases of high frequency hearing los…
release bursts and other spectral aspects used to perceive st…
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Circulatory System
Inferior Vena Cava
Systemic circulation
septum
arteries
Brings deoxygenated blood from the lower portion of the body…
The pathway that carries blood from the heart to all parts of…
The muscle that separates the two sides of the heart
These carry oxygenated blood
Inferior Vena Cava
Brings deoxygenated blood from the lower portion of the body…
Systemic circulation
The pathway that carries blood from the heart to all parts of…
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FACS Module 3 Nutrition and Wellness
The current USDA Guideline is known as
How many food groups are there?
The five food groups are
Specific serving amounts required each…
My Plate
5
Vegetables, Grains, Fruits, Protein and Dairy
Age, gender, activity level, height and weight
The current USDA Guideline is known as
My Plate
How many food groups are there?
5
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Quiz #1 - Phonetics and Articulation
glottis
voiced
voiceless
whisper
flap that determines whether a sound is voiced, voiceless, or…
closed vocal folds (vibration)
open vocal folds (no vibration)
partially closed vocal folds
glottis
flap that determines whether a sound is voiced, voiceless, or…
voiced
closed vocal folds (vibration)
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Speech Sound Development and Disorders
World Health Organization considers sp…
Articulation
Phonological disorder
Naturalness
features
Speech-motor control issues. Individual sounds in error. ... Vie…
Speech production errors that are specific to deficits in kno…
Sounds are more natural when they are used in more languages…
World Health Organization considers sp…
features
Articulation
Speech-motor control issues. Individual sounds in error. ... Vie…
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Artic Exam 1- Artic Chapter 2
Phonetics
Articulatory phonetics
Acoustic phonetics
Auditory phonetics
The study of speech emphasizing the description and classific…
deals with the production features of speech sounds, their ca…
transmission properties of speech (study of speech transmissi…
how we perceive sounds (speech perception)
Phonetics
The study of speech emphasizing the description and classific…
Articulatory phonetics
deals with the production features of speech sounds, their ca…
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Articulation Ch. 4
Phonology
Phonemic Inventory
Phonotactics
Phoneme
Study of the sound system of a language
Language-specific phonemes... (All phonemes occurring in a langu…
Accounts for all permissible sound arrangements within a lang…
Smallest linguistic unit that is able, when combined with oth…
Phonology
Study of the sound system of a language
Phonemic Inventory
Language-specific phonemes... (All phonemes occurring in a langu…
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Artic Chapter 6 & material for 2nd exam
Assessment
Appraisal
Diagnosis
Data collection involves these 4 areas
the clinical evaluation of a client's disorder; can be divide…
refers to the collection of data
represents the end result of studying and interpreting data
case history... interviews with parents and other professionals…
Assessment
the clinical evaluation of a client's disorder; can be divide…
Appraisal
refers to the collection of data
Week 10, Tues; 10.25.16 Articulation & Phonological Disorders
2 Components of Normal Speech Sound Pr…
International Phonetic Alphabet
3 Phonotactic Rules
Inventory Constraints
International Phonetic Alphabet... Phonotactic Rules
The same letters make different sounds... Different letters mak…
Inventory constraints... Sequence constraints... Position constra…
The rules which tell you what sounds we can and can't have in…
2 Components of Normal Speech Sound Pr…
International Phonetic Alphabet... Phonotactic Rules
International Phonetic Alphabet
The same letters make different sounds... Different letters mak…
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Argument, Lang &Style, & WC
mode
rhetoric
rebuttal
deduction
The method or form of a literary work; the manner in which a…
Using language well to achieve a specific purpose.... Art of eff…
A refutation or contradiction
"... But, you've also bested my Spaniard, which means you mus…
mode
The method or form of a literary work; the manner in which a…
rhetoric
Using language well to achieve a specific purpose.... Art of eff…
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Neuroanatomy
Periosteal and Meningeal Dura
Superior Sagittal Sinus
Superior Anastomotic Vein of Trolard
Superficial Middle Cerebral Vein
Dural Venous Sinuses are located between which two layers?
Part of the Superficial Cerebral Venous System... #2
Part of the Superficial Cerebral Venous System... #1
Periosteal and Meningeal Dura
Dural Venous Sinuses are located between which two layers?
Superior Sagittal Sinus
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Chapter 5-Developmental Speech Disorders
Articulation
Articulation Disorder
Phonological Disorder
Phonetic Science
the physical ability to produce speech sounds. A speaker need…
difficulty producing the sounds and sound sequences of their…
difficulty understanding and implementing the underlying rule…
Studies the physical ability to produce speech; Includes thre…
Articulation
the physical ability to produce speech sounds. A speaker need…
Articulation Disorder
difficulty producing the sounds and sound sequences of their…
SPA Chapter 5- Disorders of Articulation and Phonology
Phonemes also called
phonology
articulation
children should be able to produce all…
speech sounds
study of how sounds are organized and used in language
location at which two structures make contact. for speech the…
6 or 7
Phonemes also called
speech sounds
phonology
study of how sounds are organized and used in language
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Linguistics, Ch. 4
phonetics
articulatory phonetics
acoustic phonetics
auditory phonetics
The general study of the characteristics of speech sounds is…
The study of how speech sounds are made is called
The area of phonetics that deals with the physical properties…
The area of phonetics that deals with the perception, via the…
phonetics
The general study of the characteristics of speech sounds is…
articulatory phonetics
The study of how speech sounds are made is called
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Unit 4 Earth Layers
Crust
Mantle
Outer Core
Inner Core
earth's outermost and thinnest layer
made of hot semisolid rock located directly below the crust
the only liquid layer of the earth. Made of Iron and Nickel.
an extremely hot, solid sphere of iron and nickel at the cent…
Crust
earth's outermost and thinnest layer
Mantle
made of hot semisolid rock located directly below the crust
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Cognitive Psychology Chapters 9 and 10
Importance of language
Organization of language
Phrase
Morpheme
Primary way to communicate; basis of culture (no cultural pos…
Phoneme => Morpheme => Word => Phrase => Sentence
A group of words with a meaning; an expression
In a language, the smallest unit that carries meaning; may be…
Importance of language
Primary way to communicate; basis of culture (no cultural pos…
Organization of language
Phoneme => Morpheme => Word => Phrase => Sentence
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SCS362 Chpt 9
Which of the following describes the c…
The only difference between the phonem…
When a child says "toap" for "soap," t…
By what age should most phonological p…
The bottom lip and upper teeth are in contact.... The tongue is…
the manner of production.... the place of production.... voicing.... n…
Stopping... Reduplication... Assimilation... Fronting
Age 2... Age 3... Age 4... Age 5
Which of the following describes the c…
The bottom lip and upper teeth are in contact.... The tongue is…
The only difference between the phonem…
the manner of production.... the place of production.... voicing.... n…
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phono artic test 1 jyn
articulation
phonological
childhood apraxia of speech
2 basic components of speech
in the mouth, difficulty producing the motor movement for spe…
in the head. difficulty understanding and implementing the li…
Neurological impairment. precision and consistency of movemen…
anatomic structures/ physiologic features
articulation
in the mouth, difficulty producing the motor movement for spe…
phonological
in the head. difficulty understanding and implementing the li…
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Disorders of Articulation and Phonology
IPA
Consonants
Place
Bilabial
International Phonetic Alphabet (words in slashes)
Made by air turbulence produced by air constriction of one or…
Constriction of vocal tract... Involve movable articulators: ton…
Both lips needed to articulate
IPA
International Phonetic Alphabet (words in slashes)
Consonants
Made by air turbulence produced by air constriction of one or…
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Development of Phonology, Articulation & Speech Perception
4
2.5-3, 6
3.5
5
Acquisition of sounds occurs in the first _____ years.
Some children produce nearly all phonemes correctly by ______…
Most children can be understood by strangers by age ____
Most children have adult-like articulation by age _______
4
Acquisition of sounds occurs in the first _____ years.
2.5-3, 6
Some children produce nearly all phonemes correctly by ______…
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Week 10 Articulation and Phonological Disorders
3
4
6
6
p, m, h, n, w develop by age __
b, k, g, d, f, y develop by age __
T and ing develop by age __
R and L develop by age __
3
p, m, h, n, w develop by age __
4
b, k, g, d, f, y develop by age __
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Phonetics quiz 4
Diphthong Articulation
Nonphonemic diphthongs
Phonemic diphthongs
Dipthongization
Vowel-like sound that serves as a syllabic nucleus & involves…
Can be reduced to monopthongs (OU)
Cannot be reduced to monpthongs (AI)
Alteration of a monophthong into a sound with a dipthongal ch…
Diphthong Articulation
Vowel-like sound that serves as a syllabic nucleus & involves…
Nonphonemic diphthongs
Can be reduced to monopthongs (OU)
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BIOL 108 Chp 8: Evolution and Natural Selection - Exam Review
fossils
finch
changed
allele frequencies in a population
Darwin observed patterns between these and the living organis…
this is the bird that Darwin observed on the Galapagos Island…
before Darwin, people thought that species never
this is what actually evolves during natural selection
fossils
Darwin observed patterns between these and the living organis…
finch
this is the bird that Darwin observed on the Galapagos Island…
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NSG 101 Chapter 18 Conception through young adult
adolescence
attachment
bonding
child maltreatment
the period of time between childhood and adulthood; a time of…
active, affectionate, reciprocal relationship between two per…
process of initial emotional fusing of the mother and infant…
an act or series of acts of commission (abuse) or omission (n…
adolescence
the period of time between childhood and adulthood; a time of…
attachment
active, affectionate, reciprocal relationship between two per…
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EMT Chap 6 / vital signs
pulse respirations
90 180 30 60
Blood pressure
120 160
The general rule is the younger the person, the faster the __…
At birth, a pulse rate of ___ to ___ beats/min and a respirat…
____ ____ directly corresponds to the patient's weight, so it…
Pulse is newborns is between ___ and ____
pulse respirations
The general rule is the younger the person, the faster the __…
90 180 30 60
At birth, a pulse rate of ___ to ___ beats/min and a respirat…
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AAOS EMT 11e Chapter 6 - The Human Body, Part 2 of 4
dorsalis pedis artery
endocrine system
enzymes
epidermis
The artery on the anterior surface of the foot between the fi…
The complex message and control system that integrates many b…
Catalysts designed to speed up the rate of specific biochemic…
The outer layer of skin that acts as a watertight protective…
dorsalis pedis artery
The artery on the anterior surface of the foot between the fi…
endocrine system
The complex message and control system that integrates many b…
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CPD - Pediatric
6-8 weeks when born at full term.... Aut…
Small lower jaw... Increased distance be…
Smooth philtrum... Decreased philtrum
Listen for breath sounds instead of co…
During what week in a neonates life should they start making…
What is micrognathia?... What is hypertelorism?
What would a child's philtrum look like if they have fetal al…
How should we count respirations of a child?... What is the nor…
6-8 weeks when born at full term.... Aut…
During what week in a neonates life should they start making…
Small lower jaw... Increased distance be…
What is micrognathia?... What is hypertelorism?
Speech Unit 6
Manner Cues for Liquids and Glides
F2 formant for /w/
F2 formant for /j/
Manner Cues for Fricatives
-Transition speed (faster than diphthong, slower than stop)
Low f2 (large oral cavity like /u/
High f2 (small oral cavity like /i/
Frication noise ( sometimes accompanied by voicing)
Manner Cues for Liquids and Glides
-Transition speed (faster than diphthong, slower than stop)
F2 formant for /w/
Low f2 (large oral cavity like /u/
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Artic Chapter 2
Phonetics
Articulatory phonetics
Acoustic phonetics
Auditory phonetics
The study of speech emphasizing the description and classific…
deals with the production features of speech sounds, their ca…
transmission properties of speech (study of speech transmissi…
how we perceive sounds (speech perception)
Phonetics
The study of speech emphasizing the description and classific…
Articulatory phonetics
deals with the production features of speech sounds, their ca…
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Biotoxicity Practice Test
square weigh boat
tubing
pipette
hot plate
Used to weigh solids that will be transferred to another vessel
flexible pipe of small diameter
Holds and transfers small amounts of liquids
used to heat liquids up without the use of an open flame
square weigh boat
Used to weigh solids that will be transferred to another vessel
tubing
flexible pipe of small diameter
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Fluency ch 4 and 5
____________________, ________________…
These factors however do not seem to…
The interaction of constitutional fact…
Children's lives are often ___________…
Developmental, environmental and learning factors
cause stuttering.
developmental and environmental factors
normal
____________________, ________________…
Developmental, environmental and learning factors
These factors however do not seem to…
cause stuttering.
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Phonetics Chapter 8
Articulation Disorder
Phonological Disorder
Speech Sound Disorder
Substitutions
refers to a person who has a problem producing only a few pho…
refers to an individual who has difficulty with the sound sys…
include all disorders involving speech sound production
Articulation error, replacement of one phoneme for another
Articulation Disorder
refers to a person who has a problem producing only a few pho…
Phonological Disorder
refers to an individual who has difficulty with the sound sys…
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Chapter 5 Infancy NLD
babbling
declarative pointing
expressive language
intersubjective awareness
childs production of syllables that contain consonant and vow…
pointing done by the infant to call adults attention to objects
includes use, form and content
recognition when one person shares a mental focus on some ext…
babbling
childs production of syllables that contain consonant and vow…
declarative pointing
pointing done by the infant to call adults attention to objects
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OB measurements and gestational age
ovoid or teardrop
5th-9th
25mm
9.2 weeks
distended urinary bladder has an effect on gestational sac me…
EHR can be measured by M mode from early __________ gestation…
EHR can be measured when CRL is less than ____________
linear heart rate acceleration correlated with age up to ____…
ovoid or teardrop
distended urinary bladder has an effect on gestational sac me…
5th-9th
EHR can be measured by M mode from early __________ gestation…
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Chapter 3: Speech Disorders
disorders of articulation
substitution
omission
distortion
-speech sound errors... -inability to produce correct motor move…
artic disorder... substitute 1 sound for another... wake/rake
artic disorder... leave one or more sounds out... ake/rake
artic disorder... alter place or manner of a sound to produce a…
disorders of articulation
-speech sound errors... -inability to produce correct motor move…
substitution
artic disorder... substitute 1 sound for another... wake/rake
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Developmental Speech Disorders
articulation disorders
phonological disorders
apraxia
functional/idiopathic
physical capacity/inability to produce sounds and sequences
understanding/speech patterns impaired
motor planning in speech production not functioning properly
the etiology of developmental speech disorders is often
articulation disorders
physical capacity/inability to produce sounds and sequences
phonological disorders
understanding/speech patterns impaired
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Exam 1 - Peds Vital Signs / Assessments
<1
1/2 inch
1 inch
<6 months
Unintentional injuries are leading cause of death in kids thi…
Rectal thermometer for an infant should be inserted this far.
Rectal thermometer for children older than 1years old should…
Axillary temperature is used for children in this age range.
<1
Unintentional injuries are leading cause of death in kids thi…
1/2 inch
Rectal thermometer for an infant should be inserted this far.
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ALTA-Standard 1
Alexia
Aphasia
Articulation
Echolalia
The loss of the ability to read, usually as a result of brain…
The loss or impairment of the ability to use & comprehend wor…
The act or manner of producing sounds
Imitation of mothers sounds, rhythm & tone
Alexia
The loss of the ability to read, usually as a result of brain…
Aphasia
The loss or impairment of the ability to use & comprehend wor…
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Phonetics Final
Prelinguistic behavior
Stage 1: Reflexive vocalizations
Stage 1: Vegetative sounds
Stage 2: Cooing & Laughter
Vocalizations prior to first true word... Word comprehension ski…
Cries, grunts, coughs, burps... Automatic responses reflecting p…
Grunts & sighs: associated w/ activity... Clicks & other noises:…
Vowel-like sounds (have consonant elements)... 12 weeks on: less…
Prelinguistic behavior
Vocalizations prior to first true word... Word comprehension ski…
Stage 1: Reflexive vocalizations
Cries, grunts, coughs, burps... Automatic responses reflecting p…
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Articulation Phonological Disorders Chapter 5
Biological Function of the mouth
Mandible (largest facial muscle)
Hard Palate and Soft Palate
Lips
Eating, Speech is an overlaid function
Lower jaw, Largest facial bone important for allowing mouth t…
Hard Palate roof of mouth Soft Palate the muscular structure…
4 movements involved in speech opening closing protrusion ret…
Biological Function of the mouth
Eating, Speech is an overlaid function
Mandible (largest facial muscle)
Lower jaw, Largest facial bone important for allowing mouth t…
Chapter 5: Articulatory-Phonological Development and Speech Sound Disorders
Articulation Disorder
Phonological Disorder
Difference between phonemic and phonet…
Vowels can be described according to t…
speech motor control problems
deficits in knowledge of phonological rules
Phonemic:... -abstract system of sounds... -represented by slashes…
distinctive features
Articulation Disorder
speech motor control problems
Phonological Disorder
deficits in knowledge of phonological rules
Lecture 4a: Speech Production
3 Components of Speech
Mechanics of sound production
Acoustic Phonetics
Articulatory Phonetics
1. Mechanics of sound production - structure and function... 2.…
How the sound is made... Functions include:... - Airway provision (…
Describes the acoustic properties of sound:... - Frequency (pitc…
Describes how sounds are produced:... - Place of articulation (w…
3 Components of Speech
1. Mechanics of sound production - structure and function... 2.…
Mechanics of sound production
How the sound is made... Functions include:... - Airway provision (…
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Normal Test 3 Ch 10 pt 2
stage 1: phonation stage (birth to 1 m…
stage 2: coo and goo stage (2-3 months)
stage 3: exploration and expansion sta…
stage 4: canonical babbling stage (7-9…
the infant exhibits reflexive vocalizations such as crying, f…
the productions are acoustically similar to back vowels or to…
is one of vocal play in which the child productions range fro…
the childs vocalizations become longer and consist of CV syll…
stage 1: phonation stage (birth to 1 m…
the infant exhibits reflexive vocalizations such as crying, f…
stage 2: coo and goo stage (2-3 months)
the productions are acoustically similar to back vowels or to…
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