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CSD 306K Lecture Notes - Lecture 18: Vocal Tract, Vocal Folds, Formant
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Resonation Harmonics • Complex periodic sounds are composed of a series of simple periodic sounds call harmonics • Each Harmonic has it's own frequency and amplitude Fundamental Frequency • The lowest of th...

Communication Sciences and Disorders
CSD 306K
Natalie Czimskey
CSD 306K Lecture Notes - Lecture 20: Harsh Voice, Laryngectomy, Murmured Voice
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Assessment • Goal: determine nature and severity of disorder/delay • Describe production and compare speech patterns to others the same age o Speech Samples - transcribe what the child...

Communication Sciences and Disorders
CSD 306K
Natalie Czimskey
CSD 306K Lecture Notes - Lecture 19: Shair, Phoneme, Phonation
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Vowels • Segments produced with a relatively open vocal tract • Usually voiced • Size and Shape of the three cavities determine the vowel Front Central Back High ...

Communication Sciences and Disorders
CSD 306K
Natalie Czimskey
CSD 306K Lecture Notes - Lecture 21: Phoneme, Premaxilla, Neurology
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Endoscopy: Visualizing the vocal folds or swallow in real time Stroboscopy: Mechanism on the camera that picks up the vibration rate and then flashes the lights at a slower rate so you can see the vocal folds move at a ...

Communication Sciences and Disorders
CSD 306K
Natalie Czimskey
CSD 306K Lecture Notes - Lecture 17: Vocal Folds, Phonation, Epiglottis
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Phonation The Larynx • Laryngeal Cartilages o Cricoid o Arytenoids o Thyroid o Epiglottis o Corniculates & Cuneiforms • Hyoid Bone • Laryngea...

Communication Sciences and Disorders
CSD 306K
Natalie Czimskey
CSD 306K Lecture 16: Lesson16
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find more resources at oneclass.com "Babbling"  Over the next few months, babbling incorporates sounds from their native language  Even untrained listeners can distinguish between cultures infants who have b...

Communication Sciences and Disorders
CSD 306K
Natalie Czimskey
CSD 306K Lecture Notes - Lecture 15: Pragmatics
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find more resources at oneclass.com Adulthood: (18-22, 21+)  Lexical Semantics - vocation- specific words  Vocabulary declines late in life o Within 5 years of dying  Difficulty comprehending...

Communication Sciences and Disorders
CSD 306K
Natalie Czimskey
CSD 306K Lecture Notes - Lecture 75: Bound And Unbound Morphemes, Literal And Figurative Language, Assertiveness
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find more resources at oneclass.com Key Questions:  What are the major milestones and processes in communication?  What is the definition of language?  What are the processes and systems that underlie ...

Communication Sciences and Disorders
CSD 306K
Natalie Czimskey
CSD 308K Lecture Notes - Lecture 2: Inner Ear, Total Communication, Hearing Loss
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find more resources at oneclass.com Definitions 1. Deaf: The sense of hearing is non-functional for ordinary communication, with or without use of an assistive listening device. 2. Dea...

Communication Sciences and Disorders
CSD 308K
Dr.Mark E.Bernstein
CSD 308K Lecture Notes - Lecture 20: Total Communication, Oralism, Asteroid Family
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find more resources at oneclass.com Oralism:  Speech o (we're going to be using and teaching the child how to speak. There are several different methods we might use from in order ...

Communication Sciences and Disorders
CSD 308K
Dr.Mark E.Bernstein
CSD 308K Lecture Notes - Lecture 7: American Sign Language, Sign Language, Phoneme
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find more resources at oneclass.com Sept. 20th American Sign Language Sign language studies Sign as an object of linguistic research Prior to the 1960's the language was not taken seriously 1960's - William Stokoe...

Communication Sciences and Disorders
CSD 308K
Dr.Mark E.Bernstein
CSD 308K Lecture 4: lecture 4
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find more resources at oneclass.com Ranges of hearing loss: (PTA Hearing Levels, in dB)  Normal Hearing: 0-15  Slight: 16-25  Mild: 26-40  Moderate: 41-70  Severe: 71-90 (most people we talk ...

Communication Sciences and Disorders
CSD 308K
Dr.Mark E.Bernstein
CSD 306K Lecture Notes - Lecture 13: Bone Conduction, Audiogram, Sensorineural Hearing Loss
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find more resources at oneclass.com 100% multiple choice 6 out of 30 questions are matching 1 or 2 true or false Most of them are 4 or 5 answer Read carefully What to study:  If it is a term, you need to know ...

Communication Sciences and Disorders
CSD 306K
Natalie Czimskey
CSD 306K Lecture Notes - Lecture 5: Audiology, Communication Disorder, Continuing Education
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find more resources at oneclass.com  Licensure - refers to fully credentialed speech-language pathologists or audiologists in an individual STATE o State Licensure  Vari...

Communication Sciences and Disorders
CSD 306K
Natalie Czimskey
CSD 306K Lecture Notes - Lecture 12: Ossicles, Auditory Processing Disorder, Cochlear Implant
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find more resources at oneclass.com Conductive Hearing Loss (Cont'd) Possible Causes  Outer Ear o External auditory meatus occluded  Middle Ear o Otitis Media o Treatment: ...

Communication Sciences and Disorders
CSD 306K
Natalie Czimskey
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