Comm Disorder

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Comm Disorder
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  1. What is communication?
    An exchange of ideas between senders and recivers. It involves message transmission and response or feedback.
  2. What is the role of a sender?
    To provide clear messages and ideas.
  3. What is the role of the receiver?
    To work to comprehend.
  4. What are the two types of receptive hearing?
    • Auditory
    • Hearing/Processing
    • Visual
    • Reading, Sign Language, and Gestures
  5. What are three ways to express communication?
    • Speech
    • Consists features such as articulation, fluency, and voice to interact to influence the speech production signal.
    • Language
    • A socially shared code or conventional system for representing concepts through the use of arbitrary symbols and rule-governed combinations of those symbols.
    • Gestures/Signs
  6. Define Language
    A socially shared code or conventional system for representing concepts through the use of arbitrary symbols and rule-governed combinations of those symbols
  7. What are the three form of communication?
    • Phonology
    • Morphology
    • Syntax
  8. What is Phonology?
    Sound system
  9. What is Morphology?
    Structures of words
  10. What is Syntax?
    An arrangment of words in a sentence
  11. What is Semantics?
    The study of word and language meaning.
  12. What is Pragmatics?
    The use, function, or purpose of communication; the study of communicative acts and contents.
  13. What is Articulation?
    The way speech sounds are formed
  14. What is fluency?
    Smooth, foward flow of communication
  15. What is Voice?
    The overall level of loudness and the louness pattern within sentences and words are important.
  16. What are four ways to communicate non-verbally?
    • Body Language
    • Gestures
    • Sign Language
    • Facial Experessions
  17. What does AIM mean?
    • calls Attention
    • Interferes with message
    • Results in Maladjustment
  18. What is Etiology?
    Cause or origin of a problem; also the study of cause.
  19. What is deafness?
    A person's ability to perceive sound is limited to such and extent that " the primary sensory input for communication other than the auditory channel"

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