adv. artic exam 1
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What is the impaired production of speech caused by disturbances in the muscular control of the speech mechanism?
A deficit in the ability to smoothly sequence the speech producing movements of the of the lips, tongue, jaw, and other parts of the speech mechanism is known as______?
Dysarthria can affect _____, _____, _____, and _____?
respiration, prosody, resonance, phonation
Apraxia of speech primarily affects ______ and _____?
Some of the first references to speech and language disorders appear in the Greek test _____?
Dysarthria associated with damage to the cerebellum might also be know as____?
a) scanning speech
b) ataxic speech
c) cerebellar speech
d) all of the above
Who is credited with being the first to clearly describe apraxia of speech?
The proper placement of oral or nasal tonality into phonemes during speech is_____?
What is the key factor in the process for oral and nasal resonance?
Hypernasality is rarely a condition of______.
Articulation is the shaping of the airstream into ____.
T/F Damage to the tongue will have the least affect on articulation.
T/F Prosody is the melody of speech.
T/F Neuromotor damage can affect prosody in a number of different ways.
Adding prosody does NOT require the coordinated participation of...
e) all of the above are required
Who was the first to describe the characteristics of nonverbal oral apraxia?
Individuals with MS typically have which type of dysarthria?
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