Introduction to Communication Disorders
Introduction to Communication Disorders CDIS 1150
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Date Created: 09/17/15
Communication Disorders Lecture 102809 Voice The LarynX o Cartilages 9 3 paired 3 unpaired 9 total 0 Thyroid cartilage o Cricoid o Epiglottis Voice The Act of Phonation 0 Vocal Fold adductions means to draw toward a center or a median line 0 Vocal Fold abduction means a type of movement which draws away from the median Features of Phonation in Voice 0 Frequency pitch Vibration of the vocal cords 0 Normally women s voices are higher because they are shorter therefore more tense forcing it to go through a constrictive space vibrating at a higher frequency 0 Intensity loudness Amplitude vocal intensity Amount of breath support you can take 1n 0 Quality Hoarseness raspy voice Degree of roughness or breathiness Voice Disorder 0 A voice disorder is an abnormality of one or more of the three characteristics of voiceL pitch intensity and quality 0 More than 75 million persons in the US suffer from some sort of voice disorder Major symptoms of Voice Problems 0 Hoarseness 0 Vocal Fatigue 0 Breathy voice 0 Reduced range 0 Aphonia o Pitch Breaks 0 Tremor 0 Pain and other physical sensations Classification of Voice Disorders 0 Disorders of pitch loudness or quality Vocal Abuse 0 Vocally abusive behaviors may include excessive talking drinking smoking etc
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