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Speech correction : an introduction to speech pathology and audiology

Autor: Charles Van Riper; Robert L Erickson
Editorial: Boston : Allyn and Bacon, ©1996.
Edición/Formato:   Libro : Inglés (eng) : 9th edVer todas las ediciones y todos los formatos
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Tipo de documento: Libro/Texto
Todos autores / colaboradores: Charles Van Riper; Robert L Erickson
ISBN: 0138251428 9780138251420
Número OCLC: 33246871
Descripción: xii, 532 p. : ill. (some col.) ; 24 cm.
Contenido: 1. Introduction --
History of the disabled --
How the disabled person reacts --
Current attitudes toward disability --
Communicating with the communicatively impaired --
A brief look at the professions --
2. Basic components of speech and language --
The speech mechanism --
Language --
Speech acoustics --
3. Development of speech and language --
Prerequisites for speech development --
The first words --
Syntax : learning to talk in sentences --
Phonological development --
Semantics : the development of meaning --
Prosody and pragmatics --
4. Speech disorders --
Definition --
Disorder classification --
Articulation disorders --
Fluency disorders --
Voice disorders --
Language disorders --
5. Emotional aspects of communication --
Components of the emotional fraction --
Role of the speech-language pathologist --
6. Developmental language disorders --
Nonverbal children --
Children with delayed or deviant language --
Deterrents to language acquisition --
Experience deprivation --
Assessing the child's language --
Language therapy --
7. Articulation and phonological disorders --
Dialect differences --
Types and causes of articulatory disorders --
Analyzing misarticulations --
Correcting misarticulations --
8. Fluency disorders --
What is stuttering? --
Development of the disorder --
The treatment of stuttering --
Treatment of the child who has become aware of stuttering --
Cluttering --
9. Voice disorders --
Disorders of loudness --
Pitch disorders --
Disorders of vocal quality --
Laryngectomy --
10. Cleft palate --
Incidence and types of clefts --
Causes of clefts --
The oral cleft team --
Surgery for clefts --
Prostheses --
Communication problems associated with cleft palate --
11. Aphasia and related disorders --
The disorder --
Causes of aphasia --
Aphasia tests --
Physical and psychosocial elements --
Prognosis --
Treatment --
12. Cerebral palsy and other neuropathologies --
Varieties of cerebral palsy --
Classification by body parts --
Causes of cerebral palsy --
Impact of cerebral palsy --
Speech therapy --
Motor speech disorders --
The severely impaired --
13. Hearing and hearing impairment --
The hearing mechanism --
Detection and evaluation of hearing loss --
Types of hearing loss --
Hearing rehabilitation --
14. The speech and hearing professions --
Origins of the speech and hearing professions --
Organizations and standards --
Some legal and ethical considerations --
Career options --
Future trends --
Some concluding comments --
Appendix A. American Speech-Language-Hearing Association code of ethics --
Appendix B. American Academy of Audiology code of ethics --
Appendix C. Scope of practice : speech-language pathology and audiology --
Appendix D. Organizations, agencies, and support groups related to communication sciences and disorders --
Glossary.
Responsabilidad: Charles Van Riper, Robert L. Erickson.

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