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College Speech and Voice Disorders
Voice provides expression, feeling, intent and mood?
  1. True
  2. False
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
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
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
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
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
What can explain 4-10 % of chronic, nonspecific laryngeal disease seen in adults?
  1. Papilloma
  2. Reflux
  3. Laryngeal web
  4. Congenital subglottic stenosis
College Speech and Voice Disorders
What muscles move the tongue body forward, back, up, and down?
  1. Intrinsic tongue muscles
  2. lip muscles
  3. velum
  4. Extrinsic tongue muscles
College Speech and Voice Disorders
The Management area is much larger for Carcinoma than for any other voice disorders.
  1. True
  2. False
College Speech and Voice Disorders
Which of the following congenital abnormalities is the epiglottis collapsed over the glottis during inspiration?
  1. Papilloma
  2. Layrngeal Web
  3. Laryngomalacia
  4. Congenital Subglottic Stenosis
College Speech and Voice Disorders
What congenital abnormality has sessile or pedunculated lesions?
  1. Laryngeal Web
  2. Papilloma
  3. Laryngomalacia
  4. congenital Subglottic Stenosis
College Speech and Voice Disorders
Which voice disorder results from vocal fold tissue reaction to the trauma and chronic physical stress of vocal abuse and misuse?
  1. Vocal Nodules
  2. Vocal Polyps
  3. Functional Aphonia
  4. Muscle Tension Dyspohnia
College Speech and Voice Disorders
A person with greater than moderate hearing loss often show many differences in vowel production from those with normal hearing (deaf speech)
  1. True
  2. False
College Speech and Voice Disorders
What is the purpose of Digital Manipulation when referring to facilitative techniques?
  1. Reduces strain, eases attack, improves quality
  2. Minimizes tension effects of vocal hyperfunction; can also provide vegetative voicing
  3. Teaches patient to have a realistic responsiveness to the environment without spending needless energy
  4. Provides physical changes for the patient to maintain; allows clinician to monitor function/ progress
College Speech and Voice Disorders
What is the purpose of Focus, when referring to Facilitative Techniques?
  1. Focuses the voice to the facial mask
  2. Reduces strain, eases attack, improves quality
  3. Teaches patient to have a realistic responsiveness to the environment without spending needless energy
  4. Allows patient to self-reflect on situations that give them anxiety or worsen their vocal quality
College Speech and Voice Disorders
What is the purpose of Relaxation when referring to facilitative techniques?
  1. Reduces strain, eases attack, improves quality
  2. Teaches patient to have a realistic responsiveness to the environment without spending needless energy
  3. Allows patient to self-reflect on situations that five them anxiety or worsen their vocal quality
  4. Provides physical changes for the patient to maintain; allows clinician to monitor function/ progress
College Speech and Voice Disorders
What factors do NOT influence a prognosis?
  1. Patient motivation and interest
  2. availability
  3. physical and emotional health
  4. They all influence a prognosis
College Speech and Voice Disorders
What are the 2 Speech thresholds that are measured?
  1. Speech cross check, speech recognition
  2. Pure tone cross check, Central auditory processing
  3. Speech recognition threshold, Speech awareness threshold
  4. Speech awareness threshold, central auditory processing
College Speech and Voice Disorders
What support do we show for the Motor Theory?
  1. Infants apparently born with categorical perception for some sounds
  2. Categorical perception is a special, innate, skill
  3. Sort of avoids problems of variablility
  4. All of the above
College Speech and Voice Disorders
The phenomenon in which the presence of a second cue may offset a deficiency in a primary cue is known as what?
  1. Phonemic trading relationship
  2. The McGurk Effect
  3. Multi-modal integration
  4. Phonetic trading relationship
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