Introduction to Communication Disorders Overview

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Modality

________: the manner in which the message is conveyed (speech, sign language, reading, writing)

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Speech

________: The neuromuscular process that allows us to express language vocally and a physical action involving the coordination of respiration (breathing), phonation (voicing), and articulation (using the lips, tongue, and teeth in rapid motion to produce language)

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Informative

________: used to provide organized descriptions of the event /object.

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Personal

________: used to express feelings or thoughts.

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Instrumental

________: used to request /ask for something.

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Phonology

________: sound and sound combinations of a language.

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Heuristic

________: used to inquire /find out information.

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Feedback

________: information provided by the receiver to the sender.

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Communication

________: the process of sharing information between two or more people.

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Morpheme

________: the smallest meaningful unit of language.

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Morphology

________: internal organization of words.

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Pragmatics

________: how language is used for social purposes.

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Regulatory

________: used to direct others /give directions.

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Semantics

________: meanings of words and word combinations.

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arbitary symbols

Language: A socially shared code using ________ for representing concepts /ideas.

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Symbols

________: words that are made of sounds combined in various sounds.

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Communication disorder

________: a breakdown in any one of the communication processes (language, speech, hearing)

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Communication

the process of sharing information between two or more people

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Formulation

putting thoughts/ideas into words to share with others

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Transmission

the process of conveying ones ideas to another person

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Reception

the process of receiving a message from another person

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Comprehension

the process of making sense of that message

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Modality

the manner in which the message is conveyed (speech, sign language, reading, writing)

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Feedback

information provided by the receiver to the sender

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Instrumental communication

used to request/ask for something

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Regulatory communication

used to direct others/give directions

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Interactional communication

used to interact/converse socially

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Personal communication

used to express feelings or thoughts

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Heuristic communication

used to inquire/find out information

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Imaginative communication

used to tell stories/role play

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Informative communication

used to provide organized descriptions of the event/object

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Formulation

putting thoughts/ideas into words to share with others

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Transmission

the process of conveying ones ideas to another person

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Reception

the process of receiving a message from another person

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Comprehension

the process of making sense of that message

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Language

A socially shared code using arbitary symbols for representing concepts/ideas

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Symbols

words that are made of sounds combined in various sounds

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Speech

The neuromuscular process that allows us to express language vocally and a physical action involving the coordination of respiration (breathing), phonation (voicing), and articulation (using the lips, tongue, and teeth in rapid motion to produce language)

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Semantics

meanings of words and word combinations

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Syntax

word order/grammar and sentence organization

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Morphology

internal organization of words

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Morpheme

the smallest meaningful unit of language

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Phonology

sound and sound combinations of a language

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Pragmatics

how language is used for social purposes

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Communication disorder

a breakdown in any one of the communication processes (language, speech, hearing)

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Language disorders

language centers of the brain are somehow affected

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Speech disorders

problems with physically producing speech

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Hearing loss

problems with receiving sound

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Feeding & swallowing disorders

neural or muscular issues with the action of swallowing

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