Review for Exam 2
Review for Exam 2 SPAU 3301
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Communication Disorders Exam 2 Review 1 What is one of the most common types of communication disorders 2 What is consonant and vowel sounds of the language 3 What is the study of how sounds are organized and used in a language 4 What is orthography Give an example 5 What does IPA stand for and what is it 6 How many English IPA vowel symbols do we have 7 How many English IPA consonant symbols do we have 8 Are vowels or consonants easier to develop 9 What is a deviation in phoneme articulation 10 A speech sound disorder is also called what 11 What percent of preschoolers are affected by a phonological disorder 12 What percent of schoolaged kids are affected by a phonological disorder 13 Are boys or girls more affected by a phonological disorder 14 What are structural causes of a phonological disorder What features of the body are abnormal 15 What is dentition 16 What is occlusion 17 What is malocclusion 18 What are the 3 classes of malocclusion Describe them 19 What is the temporomandibularjoint What issues can this cause 20 What is anklyoglossia 21 What is reverse swallow 22 What are neurological causes of a phonological disorder 23 What is childhood apraxia of speech 24 Describe what a functional cause of a phonological disorder is 25 What is a speech delay 26 What is a residual error 27 What are the 7 components of a phonological disorder assessment 28 What does phonetic inventory consist of 29 What is the SODA system 30 What is an example of simpli cation of adult speech patterns 31 Give examples for nal consonant deletion cluster reduction and stopping fricatives 32 What is age expectancy 33 What is age of suppression 34 What is the purpose of assessing stimulability 35 What is the purpose of a severity estimation 36 Describe the quantitative criteria in a severity estimation 37 Describe the qualitative criteria in a severity estimation 38 Describe an oral facial assessment and its purpose 39 What does a hearing evaluation do 40 What is the goal for treatment of a phonological disorder 41 What is the articulation approach and what is its aim 42 What is the difference between the traditional approach and the maximal contrast approach 43 What is the phonological approach and what is its aim 44 What is minimal pairs Give examples 45 What is generalization 46 What are 3 types of service delivery 47 What is uency 48 What are the 4 parts of uency 49 What is normal dis uency 50 Give examples for interjections revisions and repetitions 51 What is dis uency 52 What are 2 primary uency disorders 53 What is the most common form of stuttering When does it begin What is it related to 54 What are overt behaviors Give examples 55 What are covert behaviors Give examples 56 Give examples for repetition of single syllable words syllable repetitions sound repetitions sound prolongations and blocking 57 What are psychosocial behaviors of stuttering 58 How can neurogenic stuttering occur 59 How can psychogenic stuttering occur 60 What is cluttering 61 What are the 4 predisposing factors of uency disorders 62 What are the 3 main types of theories of stuttering 63 What is the Demands and Capacities Theory 64 What is the Covert Repair Theory 65 What is the Neuropsycholinguistic Theory 66 What are the 2 questions asked for assessment of a speech dis uency 67 What is treatment for borderline stuttering 68 What modi cation goals are there for treating a speech dis uency 3 69 What is uency shaping 70 What is stuttering modi cation 71 What is cancellation What is pull out 72 What are some nontraditional approaches to treating speech dis uency 3 73 About how many newborns are affected by cleft lip palate fraction 74 De ne CLampP 75 What is CLampP resulted from 76 CLampP is an organic developmental structural disorder 77 What is a craniofacial abnormality 78 What is embryology 79 When do the lips and palate develop 80 What happens at week 4 81 Week 6 82 Week 8 83 Week 12 84 What is the columella 85 What is the philtrum 86 What is Cupid s bow 87 What is the vermillion border 88 What is the difference between unilateral and bilateral Complete and incomplete 89 What is a microform cleft 90 What is a submucous cleft palate What does it look like 91 What percent of CLampP have both cleft lip and palate 92 What percent of CLampP have only a cleft lip 93 What percent of CLampP have only a cleft palate 94 What is the ratio of male female for CL withwithout CP 95 What is the ratio of female male for CP only 96 The cause of CLampP is multifactorial What are the 2 main causes 97 What are some of the environmental factors for causing CLampP 98 What are issues involving feeding CLampP babies and how is it xed 99 What is the issue for hearing in CLampP babies 100 What is dentition 101 What is VPI and what is affected 102 What is a seescope 103 What is the purpose of a nasal mirror 104 How is speech in uenced by CLampP Give examples of the articulators affected 105 What does the larynx consist of 106 What is the thyroarytenoid muscle 107 What is the gottis 108 What is phonation 109 What is dysphonia and aphonia 110 What is voice quality Is it subjective objective or both 111 What is voice pitch Is it subjective objective or both 112 What is voice loudness Is it subjective objective or both 113 What is breathiness in voice quality 114 115 116 117 118 119 120 121 122 123 What is hoarseness in voice quality What is subjective about voice pitch What is objective about voice pitch What is F0 What are 3 types of problems with voice pitch What is voice loudness intensity measured with What is subjective about voice loudness What is vocal misuse What are vocal nodules Who is most likely to get them What is a vocal polyp Is it bilateral or unilateral What does the voice sound like with a vocal polyp 124 125 126 127 What is laryngitis What are some behaviors of vocal abuse 9 What is a nervous system impairment What does it cause What are 2 CNS disorders Describe them and how the voice sounds with each
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