Mary Steinwinter, MA Ed.,
Cert. AVT, LSLS,
John Tracy Clinic
Why is listening so
Listening & speech intertwined
Speech is an ACOUSTIC event
We speak BECAUSE we hear
In time we speak WHAT we hear
Listening begins with amplifica
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John Tracy Clinic / University of San Diego Masters Degree Programs in Deaf and Hard of
The John Tracy Clinic is a parent-centered diagnostic and education center for infants and
young children wi
research conclusions are only as
good as the data on which they
observations must be quantifiable
in order to subject them to
the dependent variable(s)
Citation (within the paper)
Thomas Kida (2006) notes that
people tend to prefer stories
over statistics. Personal
accounts often seem more
compelling than numbers.
Reference at the end of the
Kida, T. (2006). Dont
believe everything you
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THE STANDARD NORMAL
a.k.a. bell curve
THE NORMAL DISTRIBUTION
If a characteristic is normally
distributed in a population, the
distribution of scores measuring
that characteristic will form a bellshaped curve.
This assumes every member of the
prototype of a controlled
In the most typical
Subjects are randomly assigned to a
treatment or control group.
The treatment group is exposed to the
The control group is not ex
THREE PILLARS OF
The foundation of controlled social science research
Three Pillars of Experimental
focuses on the independent
WRITING STYLE DOs AND DONTS:
A BAKERS DOZEN
1. Dont begin your paper with In todays society Ive read that phrase so many times that
it puts me into a stupor.
good example: In todays, society, The use of social media for both go
WHAT IS ELECTRIC DAISY CARNIVAL ?
HISTORY OF EDC
EXPANSION OF ELECTRIC DAISY CARNIVAL
ITS MORE THAN JUST THE FUN!
Therese Cooper MA CCC-SP
The Brain and the Universe
1990s and early 2000s
instrumental in increasing awareness of
individuals with disabilities
Advances in neuroscience
HCOM 474 Neurology and Neurogenic Disorders
Therese J. Cooper MA CCC-SP
Anterior - Posterior
Proximal - Distal
Dorsal - Ventral
Superior - Inferior
Lateral - Medial
INTRO TO NEURO
IMPORTANCE OF NEUROLOGY IN SPEECH PATHOLOGY
1990s and early 2000s
o instrumental in increasing awareness of individuals with disabilities
o Advances in neuroscience
o Leading to:
Increased incidence of
HCOM Neurology and Neurogenic Disorders
Therese J Cooper MA CCC-SP
Basic Skills in Assessment
Spontaneous, Picture description
Rate of speech
Length of utterance
Ease of articulation
HCOM 474 WEEK 4
Peripheral Nervous System
CNS controls the body but is interdependent with the PNS
7 major parts of the CNS:
o Cerebral Hemispheres
EXAM 3 STUDY GUIDE
1. Describe the cognitive pyramid and what parts of the brain are utilized for each step.
2. Describe the Neuro-Linguistic model
3. What are the major approaches to characterizing aphasia?
4. What is Brocas Aphasia?
HCOM 474 EXAM #2 STUDY GUIDE
1. What is a 3 neuron pathway?
2. Lateral Spinothalamic Tract:
What does it do?
What is the pathway?
3. What are the three types of pain?
4. Ventral Spinothalamic Tract:
What does it do?
What is the pathway?
5. What is proprio
EXAM 1 Study Guide
Name and describe the parts of a cell:
Describe myelin and its importance:
Myelin in the CNS:
Myelin in the PNS:
What is the anatomy of a synapse?
How does a nerve impulse fire?
Define resting potential:
Define and explain
7 November 2016
In the speech Why we love, why we cheat given by Helen Fisher she persuaded her
audience in variety of ways. She used ethos, logos and pathos so her audience can be persuaded
by her speech of
Cayleff Article Study Guide - KNES 381
1. What reason does Cayleff provide to explain why Babe played so
many different sports (p. 28)?
- "moved from sport to sport as opportunities presented themselves
to her" and "plied her trade by taking limited engag
Introduction: What do you think most people will say if they are asked to picture their
paradise? Some would say they picture themselves on a tropical island by themselves or with
the person they lo
Chapter 1 Communication: Essential Human Behavior:
Communication: process by which individuals use symbols, sign and behaviors to exchange information.
Functional Perspective: examine how our communication behaviors were to accomplish our goals a
Chapter 9: What Can We Manage Intercultural Conflict Flexibly?
-cultural background factors and intercultural conflicts
Intercultural Conflict: The implicit or explicit emotional struggle or frustration between persons of
different cultures ov
HCOM 320: Intercultural Communication: Exam Guide I Presented by Tenzin Dorjee on February 19, 2016.
Exam I will cover EVERYTHING in the LECTURES, media clips, class discussions and exercises, and
Chapters 1 through 4 (Understanding ICC). Remember, you ar
HCOM 100 Final Exam Study Guide
Any terms/concepts/theories from the chapters we have covered may be on the final. Not
all will be included on the study guide but that does not mean you do not need to know
them. These are some things to focus on:
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Diana, Princess of Wales
Good evening lady and gentlemen, today I would like to tell you about Life of
Princess Diana, Princess of Wales and cause of her death. First, I will begin
with her biograph
Vocal hygiene is the term used for the use and
care of the human voice required to keep it
Though most people can get through life
without ever thinking about vocal hygiene,
individuals who put extra
SPEECH DEVIATIONS IN CLEFT PALATE
& RELATED CRANIOFACIAL
Focus: Cleft palate speech characteristics
Definition & description
Craniofacial speech disorders include those
Selected Syndromes, Sequences and Other
An anomaly or pattern of multiple
anomalies that come from a single anomaly
or mechanical factor
Most well known is Pierre Robin sequence
Robin sequence a deformation seque
(BOONE ET. AL. 2010)
(COLTON, CASPER AND LEONARD, 2011)
Neurological Voice Disorders
Voice disorders due to damage or
disease in the central or peripheral
Neurological problems may cause
1. problems wit