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College Speech and Voice Disorders
The Bernoulli effect occurs when                                                                         
  1. elastic recoil forces help to return vocal folds to their original state
  2. air pressure is increased due to lung compression
  3. air pressure is increased due to air flow through the vocal folds
  4. air pressure is reduced due to air flow through the vocal folds
Graduate Speech and Voice Disorders
Carcinoma is the medical term for cancer?
  1. True
  2. False
College Speech and Voice Disorders
Voice provides expression, feeling, intent and mood?
  1. True
  2. False
Graduate Speech and Voice Disorders
General swelling and redness of the larynx is due to                      
  1. Reflux
  2. Papilloma
  3. Laryngeal Web
  4. Infectious Laryngitis
College Speech and Voice Disorders
On a spectrum I have mostly darkness. Does this mean I have                                  amplitude which shows                                  sounds
  1. Lower amplitude / lower sounds
  2. Higher amplitude / higher sounds
  3. Lower amplitude / higher sounds
  4. Higher amplitude/ lower sounds
College Speech and Voice Disorders
In the Bernoulli effect, Air flow rate                 in a narrow channel, compared to in a wider channel
  1. Decreases
  2. Increases
  3. Stays the same
College Speech and Voice Disorders
Speech Audiometry is...
  1. A Key compent in quantifying the ability to understand everyday communication
  2. A relatively slow way to estimae thresholds in children and elderly
  3. A fairly sensitive indicator of sensioneural disorders
College Speech and Voice Disorders
What is NOT true regarding the Myoeleastic-Aerodynamic theory of voice production?
  1. The glottal cycal is created by carefully balancing muscle tension and air pressure
  2. Phonation is like clapping your hands(an active muscular contration/release cycle)
  3. Sound is created by the vocal folds "flapping in the breeze"
Graduate Speech and Voice Disorders
What treatment option does a patient have if they suffer from Sulcus Vocalis?
  1. Voice therapy
  2. Surgery
  3. Vocal hygiene
  4. All of these are options
Graduate Speech and Voice Disorders
What has whitish patches that are additive lesions to the mucosal tissue?
  1. Hyperkeratosis
  2. Sulcus Vocalis
  3. Leukoplakia
  4. Laryngeal web
Graduate Speech and Voice Disorders
Julie is suffering from an upper respiratory infection and also has a severe chest cold. This is caused by                      
  1. Laryngeal Web
  2. Infectious Laryngitis
  3. Laryngomalacia
  4. Subglottic Stenosis
College Speech and Voice Disorders
Aerodynamic refers to properties of air flow/pressure
  1. True
  2. False
College Speech and Voice Disorders
Regarding the Bernoulli effect, when airflow                       , pressure within channel                       
  1. Decreases, Decreases
  2. Increases, Decreases
  3. Decreases, Increases
  4. Increases, Increases
Graduate Speech and Voice Disorders
Which of the following statements best describes the scope of practice for speech-language pathologists (SLPs) in regards to middle ear testing?
  1. SLPs may perform diagnostic tympanometry and acoustic reflex threshold testing
  2. SLPs may screen for middle ear pathology through tympanometry and an acoustic reflex screen
  3. SLPs can make judgments and provide descriptive statements regarding underlying medical causes of middle ear pathology
  4. SLPs cannot perform any middle ear measurements under their scope of practice
Graduate Speech and Voice Disorders
Word-recognition scores are routinely obtained during audiometric testing for which reason?
  1. They can be used to verify the pure tone average (PTA)
  2. They are used to determine the uncomfortable loudness level (UCL) of speech
  3. They are used to determine the extent of any speech-detection difficulty
  4. They are used to determine the extent of any speech-discrimination/understanding difficulty
College Speech and Voice Disorders
Which statement best describes Synthetic continuum?
  1. The removal or addition of portions of sounds
  2. The acoustic features of sounds that are changed
  3. Acoustic properties are varied in steps from target value for one phoneme to target value for another phoneme.
  4. Removing formant transitions, bursts, or changing the duration of silence.
College Speech and Voice Disorders
If Bill's vocal folds are open 60% of hte glottal cycle, what type of voice does he have?
  1. Glottal Fry
  2. Breathy
  3. Creaky
  4. Modal
College Speech and Voice Disorders
Jane is considered to have a modal voicing. How much are her vocal folds open for the glottal cycle?
  1. 40/60
  2. 30/60
  3. 20/60
  4. 10/60
College Speech and Voice Disorders
If the spectral tilt = -13, what type of voicing is it?
  1. Breathy
  2. Creaky
  3. Modal
College Speech and Voice Disorders
The larynx creates a vibrating sound source
  1. True
  2. False
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