CD 225 Final: Final Review From Class
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Department
Communicative Disorders
Course
CD 225
Professor
Mary Bryan
Semester
Spring

Description
1. The governing professional organization a. ASHA b. American speech language hearing association 2. A doctorate degree is a requirement a. For audiologist 3. A young adult with a TBI may seek treatment from SLP for treatment of a. Swallow b. Difficulty with pragmatic language c. Difficulty with expressing needs 4. School age children with CD may also have problems with a. Social b. Academic 5. Evidence based practice should be used in all decision making by integrating what? a. Scientific evidence b. Client caregiver perspective c. Expertise 6. The age range of Individuals with CD is: a. All ages 7. The form of language includes: a. Phonology b. Morphology c. Syntax 8. What is the pragmatics of language a. meaning 9. What is the syntax of language a. Content 10. Rules of pragmatics would prevent you from doing a. Interrupting people 11. The way speech sounds are formed is a. Articulation 12. The exchange of ideas from sender and receiver a. Communication 13. What does SOAP stand for with progress notes a. Subjective b. Objective i. Percentage, measure c. Analysis d. Plan 14. When documenting you should write your notes so another professional knows everything about the client a. True 15. The energy for verbal communication comes from what? a. Respiratory system 16. During phonation, the vocal folds? a. Adduct 17. The rules of language compose it… a. Grammar 18. The tongue and lips and teeth make up what? a. Oral cavity 19. A wide variety of disorders that may be developed or acquired that affect spoke or written language with comprehension and expression a. Language impairment 20. Each children has personal dictionary a. Lexicon 21. Language becomes more complex as it becomes longer which is a. MLU b. Mean length utterance 22. Which of the follow language disorders qualify a child fro intervention provided by SLP? a. Drug exposed and fetal alcohol b. Specific language impairment c. Learning disability d. Intellectual disability 23. Mild to severe deficits in area of social, communication, behaviors constitute a. Autism 24. Success of intervention in language impair occurs when a. Generalization to everyday environment 25. The use of visual notes of communication including reading and writing is a. Literacy 26. The process in reading used to segment a word and blend the sounds together to form a word a. Decoding 27. The knowledge of sounds, syllables and sound structure of words a. Phonological awareness 28. Which of the follow should be targeted in developmental reading a. text comprehension b. Phonological awareness c. Word recognition 29. What is aphasia a. Without language 30. Difficulty with naming and word finding a. Anomia 31. The primary cause of aphasia a. Storke b. Cerebrovascular accident 32. Aphasia intervention should incorporate the client's strengths and weaknesses in age appropriate manner and involved the family a. True 33. A complex injury causing disruption of normal function with blow to head a. TBI 34. Car accident, fire arms, and falls are leading cause of a. TBI 35. Cognition rehab that focuses on alternative approaches to tasks is called a. Compensatory approach 36. Primary function of the treatment of dementia is a. Maintain level of functioning of client 37. Secondary characteristics of stuttering a. Grimincing b. Eye blinking c. Head shoulder arms 38. Selection intervention techniques depends on a. Severity b. Motivation c. Specific needs of client 39. The goal of SLP working with a fluency client is a. Improve client to develop feeling of control 40. This is the consistent ability to move speech apparatus with rapid manner a. Fluency 41. An indicator of a positive recovery of someone who stutters is a. Laid back personality 42. This is the quality of voice produced from the vibration of the pharyngeal oral and nasal cavity a. Resonance 43. Velopharyngeal insufficiency is the failure of the Velopharyngeal mechanism to separate the oral and nasal cavity during speech and swallowing a. Truw 44. This is the correlate with fundamental frequency associated with vocal fold vibration a. pitch 45. This is the correlate with fundamental intensity associated with vocal fold vibration a. Loudness 46. The result of not varying your habitual frequency is a. Monopitch 47. The result of not varying your habitual intensity is a. Monoloudness 48. Modification in the length and ___ of vocal folds is needed to change pitch a. Tension 49. Breathiness is the escape of air through the glottis a. True 50. Spasmodic dysphonia a. Solved with botox b. Hyperactive closing of vocal folds 51. A
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