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  1. the respiratory, phonatory, resonatory, and articulatory mechanisms of the young infant
    reflect exclusively primary functions
  2. during which prelinguistic stage does the child produce strings of utterances which are modulated primarily by intonation, rhythm, and pausing?
    stage 5: jargon stage
  3. prosodic features consist of
    all of the above
  4. which one of the following syllable structure processes is suppressed at a relatively later age
    consonant cluster reduction
  5. a comprehensive phonetic-phonemic eval includes which of the following?
    all of the above
  6. the term glossing means
    repeating what the client says with normal pronunciation so that the word can later be identified
  7. there are many reasons why a spontaneous speech sample should be analyzed during a comprehensive phonetic-phonemic eval. which one of the following is NOT one of those reasons?
    a spontaneous speech sample aids in determining the stimulability of the error sounds
  8. what type of info is collected for an independent analysis?
    all of the above
  9. which of the following is central to the differentiation of phonetic- artic vs phonemic phonological impairments
    the neutralization of phonemic contrasts
  10. the regular pronunication of the word "window" has which type of syllable shape?
    CVCCV
  11. which type of error can be assessed using a phonological process analysis?
    all of the above
  12. measures of intelligibility are
    all of the above
  13. when the child is born, the respiratory, phonatory, resonatory, and artic mechanism are structurally and functionally adequate for speeech production
    f
  14. canonical babbling refers to both reduplicated and nonreduplicated babbling
    t
  15. during the late babbling period, closed syllables are the most frequent utterances of the child
    f
  16. screening measures collect enough data for a comprehensive assessment
    f
  17. for later reference it is always a good idea to transcribe the entire word of an articulation test if any sounds are in error
    t
  18. both the appearance and the function of the oral-motor structures should be examined when evaluating the speech mechanisms
    t
  19. there are high % of children with "delayed speech" who also have concurrent language problems
    t
  20. dialectal differences should be understood as disorderd pronunciation
    f
  21. differentiating phonetic-artic from phonemic-phonological disorders is an either/or dichotomy
    f
  22. open syllables seem to be productionally the easiest
    t

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