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Syllabus SPA 3101, Physiological Bases of Speech and Hearing Spring 2011 Dr. Cecyle Carson, Ph.D. Tuesday & Thursday, HPA I, 0107; 3-4:15 P.M. Contacting the Professor Office Hrs: T, TH 1:00-2:00, W 1:00-4:00 Office: HPA II, 0101K Phone 823-4797 FAX: 407-823-4816 E-Mail: [email protected] Course Description: An introduction to the anatomical, physiological, and physical elements underlying the communication process Course Objectives : This course will fulfill the following specific learning objectives to meet ASHA standards. Students will be able to demonstrate knowledge of the basic human communication and swallowing processes, including their biological, neurological, acoustic, psychological, developmental and linguistic bases by: 1. Specifying the anatomical characteristics and structures of the respiratory system. 2. Specifying the anatomical characteristics and structures of the phonatory and resonance systems. 3. Specifying the anatomical characteristics and structures of the articulatory system. 4. Specifying the anatomical characteristics and structures of the auditory system. 5. Explaining the physiology of respiration. 6. Explaining the physiology of phonation and resonance 7. Explaining the physiology of articulation. 1
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8. Explaining the physiology of audition. Optional Text Web Seikel, J.A., King, D.W., & Drumright, D.G. (2005). Anatomy and physiology for speech, language, and hearing (3 rd ed.). Thomson, NY: Clifton Park. Optional Website You may elect to pay for access to Visible Body via the web for 3-D imaging of respiratory, phonatory, articulatory, and auditory structures (including muscles). Required computer capabilities You need access to a working computer with Internet in order to receive notes, for correspondence with instructor and classmates, submission of assignments, accessing course calendar and announcements from the instructor via WebCourses. Check the calendar on WebCourses frequently for emails and postings regarding when assignments are due. Evaluation Procedures Tests material will come from notes and web sites provided. The assigned chapters in the text are to provide you with another source of the material to be used for enhancement of learning. You should read the chapter prior to the start of lecture for that section. 2
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Tests will be taken in-class, with the exception of test 4 which will be online. You will be allowed to drop your lowest test. You MUST take ALL exams.
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