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Com Dis - exam one

Communication Disorders - exam 1 : intro & anatomy

3 types of feedback Linguistic, non linguistic and paralinguistic
linguistic speaking a response
non linguistic or extralinguistic eye contact and facial expressions
paralinguistic pitch, loudness, pausing
phonology study of sound patterns
morphology study of word formation
syntax study of sentence formation
semantics study of word meaning
pragmatics language in social purposes - taking turns
aphasia stroke - brain damage in left hemisphere
Most Speech Disorders - apraxia executing movements
most speech disorders - dysarthria weak muscles
aphonia lack of voice
dyshonia horse voice
two types of hearing problesms conductive and sensori-neural
conductive affects outter and/or middle ear
sensori-neural inner ear (permanent)
dysphgia difficulty swallowing
inner pluera visceral
outer pluera partietal
two pressures atmospheric and pulmonary
two types of pulmonary pressure intrapleural - pressure between partiel and visceral intrapulmonic - pressure between bronchial tree and alveoli
working against passive forces (4) gravity, abdominal pushing on diaphragm, ribs want to unfold, elasticity
Boyles Law volume increase = pressure decrease volume decrease = pressure increase
Created by: taylornyhus