Anatomy and Physiology of Articulation and Resonation

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Anatomy and Physiology of Articulation and Resonation Articulation : process of joining two elements together Articulation for speech : process of bringing two or more moveable speech structures together to form the sounds of speech Source Filter Theory describes how oral cavity shapes speech states that a voicing source is generated by vocal folds, routed through vocal tract, and then shaped into sounds of speech Vocal tract consists of oral cavity, pharynx, and nasal cavity this linkage provides the variable resonating cavity that produces sound Articulators structures used to produce sounds of speech may be mobile or immobile Bones of the Cranial Skeleton Mandible Primary biological function is chewing contribures to speech production by modifying resonant characteristics of the vocal tract very slight excursion never completely closed during speech Temporomandibular joint movement of jaw contingent upon this joint
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This note was uploaded on 01/17/2012 for the course SPTH 3311 taught by Professor Logan during the Fall '11 term at University of Central Arkansas.

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