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SPAA 270 (better) Exam 1 study guide

by: Molly O'Keefe

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this is a list of questions and answers i came up with for studying exam 1.
SPAA 270
Professor Couch
Study Guide
speech pathology
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Date Created: 02/04/16
another name for the cerebrum cerebral cortex broca's area..... assembles sound into sequence can you have speech with no language and vice verse? yes duality of patterning infinite number of arrangements echolalia imitation of words, phrases and sentences with no meaning expressive speech what you say, write, etc. how can we communicate emotional message through speech and language only if the 2 hemispheres of the brain interact how many pairs of cranial nerves are there 12 how many pairs of spinal nerves are there 31 how many pairs of the cranial nerves are connected with speech 6 how much inhale and exhale is there during speech? inhale 15%, exhale 85# learnability learn language from environment, cognitive ability and social context left brain specialized for language in all modalities, logical reasoning, step by step processing, arithmetic, greater responsibility for speech and language than left side the left hemisphere controls which half of the body right morphemes arrangement of words to meaning, each word is a morpheme pragmatics social cues, establish and maintain relationships. how we socialize prevarication use language to deceive/artistic expression receptive speech what you understand recursion complex and embedded arrangements reflexivity reflect and talk about language right brain visual/spatial processing, perception and recognition, speech comprehension, less involved with speech but contributes to emotional content that underlies speech and language the right hemisphere controls which half of the body left semantics to convey meaning, use of rules for using words in meaningful arrangement syntax use grammar to connect words and the rules. helps us make sense of what we say wernicke's area analyzes..... sound what are speech and language controlled by the nervous system what are the 4 lobes of the brain frontal, parietal, occipital, temporal what are the articulators tongue, teeth, lips, alveolar ridge, velum, hard palate, jaw what are the cavities used for speech oral, nasal, pharyngeal what are the two brains connected by corpus collosum what do cranial and spinal nerves do carry information to and from the brain what does the central nervous system include brain + spinal cord what does the eustachian tube do equalizes air pressure what does the peripheral nervous system include all the cranial and spinal nerves what does the right side think in shapes, patterns and pictures what functions are in the frontal lobe reasoning, social skills, initiation, behavior and personality what happens if the frontal lobe is injured slower behavior, decreased initiation, lack of self awareness, difficulty making decisions what happens if the occipital lobe is injured blind spots, complete blindness, visual imperceptions what happens if the parietal lobe is injured decreased sensory and motor (touch, pain, body awareness), decreased attention, difficulty reading + writing what happens if the temporal lobe is injured decreased auditory perception, motor programming for speech, memory processing and storage what is breathing for life involuntary, rhythmic what is breathing for speech increased control is necessary, most of the breathing process is devoted to exhailation what is DSN5 diagnostic and statistical manual what is nerve 8 in the temporal lobe, the hearing nerve what is the basic structural unit of the nervous system neurons what is the biggest part of the brain the cerebrum what is the cerebrum made up of wrinkles and folds what is the corpus collosum connects left and right brain and is a large band of nerve fibers what is the left side dominant in language what is the main function of the parietal lobe sensory and motor what is the main function of the temporal lobe communication, sensation and hearing what is the most important design features productivity what is the primary purpose of the articulators to keep us alive what is the primary structure used for phonation larynx what major function is the occipital lobe vision where is the cerebrum the parietal lobe where is the frontal lobe located front, forehead where is the occipital lobe located back at the bottom where is the parietal lobe located top where is the temporal lobe located sides (temples) which hemisphere is more dominant for 90% of people the left


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