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Chapter Nine

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Organic Disorder Caused by a demonstrable pathology of organ system
Autism Spectrum Disorder an impairment involving a stringent repertoire of activity, a severely reduced interest level, little or no social interaction.
Traumatic Brain Injury (TBI) resulting from a blow to the head that might occur in a fall or in automobile accident
Specific Language Impairment (SLI) exhibit significant limitations in language functioning that cannot be attributed to deficits in Hearing, oral structure and function, and general intelligence
Articulation and phonological disorders include Perceptual and cognitive aspects of speech sound production and understanding rule system that governs how sounds are combined
Phonology Disorder If person has physical ability to produce a given sounds and produces it in some contexts
Fluency Disorder any disorder characterized by hesitation, repetitions or speech segments, or prolongations of sounds that impedes the forward flow or speech
Neurogenic stuttering Stuttering begins after an individual suffers damage to central nervous system
Cluttering Disorder of fluency that has strong connections to language problems, Characteristics include Excessive or irregular rate, run-on sentences, disorganized thinking, circumlocutions, phonological problems, language delay, poor syntax
Created by: mallory_025