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Class Notes for Linguistics at Brock University (BROCKU)


BROCK ULING 2P90Richard WellandFall

LING 2P90 Lecture 1: Anatomy-All Lectures

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BROCK ULING 1P93Richard WellandWinter

LING 1P93 Lecture Notes - Lecture 4: Language Delay, Dyslexia, Augmentative

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Literacy is the ability to read and use written information and to write appropriately in a range of contexts. Used to develop knowledge and understand
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BROCK ULING 1P93Richard WellandWinter

LING 1P93 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Late Bloomer, Expressive Language Disorder, Language Disorder

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Synthesis of whole field of knowledge; communication is a function of the entire person. Referrals for children from: parents, day care/school, audiolo
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BROCK ULING 1P93Richard WellandWinter

LING 1P93 Lecture Notes - Lecture 6: Acquired Brain Injury, Apraxia, Closed Head Injury

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BROCK ULING 1P93Richard WellandWinter

LING 1P93 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Spasmodic Dysphonia, Laryngectomy, Esophageal Speech

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Should take this into consideration at a young age. We don"t put too much care or attention to our voice. Once you start having problems with your voic
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BROCK ULING 1P93Richard J WellandFall

LING 1P93 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Monster Study, Charlie Sheen, Noel Gallagher

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When working with adults: onset of stutering less important than for children. Not developmental stutering unless started under 6: history of stutering
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BROCK ULING 1P93Richard WellandWinter

LING 1P93 Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Circumlocution, Interjection, Language Delay

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What is a fluency disorder st , 2013. Fluency: be able to produce words in a timely manner. Fluency disorder: disruption of the timing and rate. You ca
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BROCK ULING 1P93Richard WellandWinter

LING 1P93 Lecture Notes - Lecture 8: Hyperkinesia, Neoplasm, Traumatic Brain Injury

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Speech difficulties that are related to problems of movement as a result of some neurological disorder or injury. Affect the planning (what you are goi
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BROCK ULING 1P93Richard WellandWinter

LING 1P93 Lecture Notes - Lecture 3: Cleft Lip And Cleft Palate, Hearing Loss, 5 Fingers

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Know the difference between the two and give an example for both; will be on exam. Produced naturally as a result of relaxed body sate. Sound bursts du
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BROCK ULING 2P90Richard WellandFall

LING 2P90 Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: Posterior Cricoarytenoid Muscle, Pivot Joint, Lamina Propria

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Glossopharyngeal (cn ix), vagus (cn x), accessory (cn xi), Use higher % of vc for speech breathing. Speak more slowly (may compensate for other changes
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BROCK ULING 1P93Richard WellandWinter

LING 1P93 Lecture Notes - Lecture 9: Hyperlexia, Access Communications, Multiple Sclerosis

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Be able to know every main part. Definitions and characteristics of each subject parts of the things we talked about. Visual mode of communication: it
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BROCK ULING 2P53Ron ThomsonWinter

LING 2P53 Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: General Order, Tone Contour, Secondary Articulation

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Intended to provide a small set of symbols with a standard interpretation. Optimistic think of latin, ancient, greek, etc. Ipa- see page 7 and always k
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