- Texas State University-San Marcos
- Communication Disorders And Sciences
- Communication Disorders And Sciences 1331
- Ch. 1
Last Modified: 2011-07-01
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exchange of info/ form of social behavior that affects actions of each participant
expressed through gestures, symbols, or both. (ASL)
5 parts of communication
voice, articulation, language, fluency, hearing
Pair of thin muscles and associated tissue that vibrate when air from lungs passes over them, they are the source of human voice.
often more important than the content of what is being said
what the tongue and lips do to the already modified laryngeal sound, without this we have no speech, just sounds of vibrating vocal folds
movement, movement of speech mechanism to produce the sounds of speech.
It is considered disordered if a person cannot correctly produce one or more of the phonemes of his or her language.
study of speech sounds and patterns to create words
the production, perception, and classification of speech sounds
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