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Anatomy and Physiology for Speech, Language, and Hearing

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9780769300573

ISBN10:
076930057X
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Pub. Date:
9/13/1999
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Cengage Learning
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Summary

This comprehensive text and the accompanying ANIMA 3.0 program on CD-ROM provide an in-depth study of anatomy and physiology for speech, language, and hearing. The text is designed to make anatomy and physiology accessible to the reader without slighting the content. Clinical information is integrated with everyday experiences in an attempt to underscore the relevance of the anatomical material. The text includes bulleted summaries throughout each chapter, study questions, and a pronunciation guide in the glossary to help readers master the material. Analogies and examples are used generously to illustrate the material. This user-friendly text is a must for anyone who wants to really understand the anatomy and physiology as it relates to speech, language, and hearing. ALSO AVAILABLE INSTRUCTOR SUPPLEMENTS CALL CUSTOMER SUPPORT TO ORDER INSTRUCTOR'S COMPLIMENTARY TEACHING PACKAGE, ISBN 0-76930-094-4

Table of Contents

PREFACE IX(4)
PREFACE TO SECOND EDITION XIII(2)
ACKNOWLEDGMENTS XV
CHAPTER 1 OVERVIEW OF TEXT
1(4)
Videotaped Labs
2(1)
Software labs
2(1)
How to Use the Instructional Package
3(2)
CHAPTER 2 BASIC ELEMENTS OF ANATOMY
5(30)
Anatomy and Physiology
6(2)
Building Blocks of Anatomy: Tissues, Organs, and Systems
8(13)
Organs Tissues
10(3)
Tissue Aggregates
13(8)
Body Systems
21(2)
Terminology of Anatomy
23(5)
Chapter Summary
28(1)
Study Questions
29(3)
Study Question Answers
32(2)
References
34(1)
CHAPTER 3 ANATOMY OF RESPIRATION
35(88)
The Support Structure of Respiration
38(39)
Overview: A Guided Tour
38(2)
Vertebral Column
40(12)
Pelvic and Pectoral Girdle
52(4)
Ribs and Rib Cage
56(6)
Soft Tissue of the Thorax and Respiratory Passageway
62(15)
Movement of Air Through the System
77(35)
Muscles of Inspiration
83(18)
Muscles of Forced Expiration
101(11)
Chapter Summary
112(1)
Study Questions
113(5)
Study Questions Answers
118(3)
References
121(2)
CHAPTER 4 PHYSIOLOGY OF RESPIRATION
123(38)
The Measurement of Respiration
127(1)
Respiration for life
128(3)
Effects of Turbulence on Respiration
129(1)
Respiratory Cycle
129(2)
Developmental Processes in Respiration
131(1)
Volumes and Capacities
131(8)
Pressures of the Respiratory System
139(9)
Effects of Posture on Speech
148(2)
Pressures of Speech
150(4)
Muscular Activity During Respiration
154(2)
Chapter Summary
156(1)
Study Questions
157(1)
Study Question Answers
158(1)
References
159(2)
CHAPTER 5 ANATOMY OF PHONATION
161(66)
The Bernoulli Effect
162(6)
Air Flow Increase
164(1)
Air Pressure Drop
165(3)
A Tour of the Phonatory Mechanism
168(1)
Framework of the Larynx
168(10)
Structure of the Larynx
178(10)
Laryngeal Musculature
188(21)
Intrinsic Laryngeal Muscles
189(12)
Extrinsic Laryngeal Muscles
201(8)
Chapter Summary
209(2)
End Note: Mechanics of Vibration
211(4)
Study Questions
215(7)
Study Question Answers
222(1)
References
223(4)
CHAPTER 6 PHYSIOLOGY OF PHONATION
227(38)
Nonspeech Laryngeal Function
227(3)
Laryngeal Function for Speech
230(22)
Attack
230(1)
Termination
231(2)
Sustained Phonation
233(1)
Vocal Register
234(9)
Frequency, Pitch and Pitch Change
243(5)
Intensity and Intensity Change
248(4)
Clinical Considerations
252(1)
Linguistic Aspects of Pitch and Intensity
253(3)
Theories of Phonation
256(1)
Chapter Summary
257(1)
Study Questions
258(2)
Study Question Answers
260(1)
References
261(4)
CHAPTER 7 ANATOMY OF ARTICULATION AND RESONATION
265(92)
Source-Filter Theory of Vowel Production
266(3)
The Articulators
269(9)
Bones of the Face and Cranial Skeleton
278(21)
Bones of the Face
278(12)
Bones of the Cranial Skeleton
290(9)
Dentition
299(15)
Dental Development
304(5)
Dental Occlusion
309(5)
Cavities of the Vocal Tract
314(1)
Muscles of the Face and Mouth
314(27)
Muscles of the Face
320
Muscles of the Mouth
311
Chapter Summary
341(2)
Study Questions
343(8)
Study Question Answers
351(3)
References
354(3)
CHAPTER 8 PHYSIOLOGY OF ARTICULATION
357(34)
Biological Function
357(9)
Mastication and Deglutition
358(8)
Speech Function
366(17)
Lips
366(2)
Mandible
368(1)
Tongue
369(4)
Velum
373(1)
Development of Articulatory Ability
374(4)
Coordinated Articulation
378(5)
Chapter Summary
383(1)
Study Questions
384(1)
Study Question Answers
385(2)
References
387(4)
CHAPTER 9 NEUROANATOMY
391(123)
Overview
391(5)
Divisions of the Nervous System
396(4)
Central Nervous System/Peripheral Nervous System
396(1)
Autonomic/Somatic Nervous Systems
397(2)
Developmental Divisions
399(1)
Anatomy of the CNS
400(101)
Neurons
400(9)
Anatomy of the Cerebral Cortex
409(7)
Cerebrum
416(14)
Anatomy of the Subcortex
430(5)
Cerebrovascular System
435(4)
Cerebellum
439(6)
Anatomy of the Brainstem
445(13)
Cranial Nerves
458(24)
Anatomy of the Spinal Cord
482(19)
Chapter Summary
501(3)
Study Questions
504(7)
Study Question Answers
511(2)
References
513(1)
CHAPTER 10 NEUROPHYSIOLOGY
514(51)
The Neuron
516(22)
Neuron Function
516(9)
Muscle Function
525(5)
Muscle Spindle Function
530(6)
Golgi Tendon Organs
536(1)
Other Sensation and Sensors
537(1)
Higher Functioning
538(19)
Motor System Lesions
542(3)
Afferent Inputs
545(1)
Association Regions
546(2)
Hemispheric Specialization
548(1)
Lesion Studies
549(6)
Motor Control for Speech
555(2)
Chapter Summary
557(2)
Study Questions
559(2)
Study Question Answers
561(1)
References
562(3)
CHAPTER 11 ANATOMY OF HEARING
565(30)
The Structures of Hearing
565(1)
Outer Ear
566(6)
Middle Ear
572(7)
Ossicles
573(3)
Tympanic Muscles
576(1)
Landmarks of Middle Ear
577(2)
Inner Ear
579(9)
Osseous Vestibule
581(1)
Osseous Semicircular Canals
581(1)
Osseous Cochlear Labyrinth
582(1)
Membranous Labyrinth
583(5)
Chapter Summary
588(2)
Study Questions
590(1)
Study Question Answers
591(1)
References
592(3)
CHAPTER 12 AUDITORY PHYSIOLOGY
595(32)
Outer Ear
596(1)
Middle Ear Function
596(2)
Inner Ear Function
598(20)
Vestibular Mechanism
598(1)
Auditory Mechanism: Mechanical Events
599(5)
Electrical Events
604(3)
Neural Responses
607(7)
Auditory Pathway Responses
614(4)
Chapter Summary
618(2)
Study Questions
620(2)
Study Question Answers
622(1)
References
623(4)
APPENDIX A Anatomical Terms 627(2)
APPENDIX B Useful Combining Forms 629(4)
APPENDIX C Muscles of Respiration 633(10)
APPENDIX D Muscles of Phonation 643(6)
APPENDIX E Muscles of Face, Soft Palate, and Pharynx 649(12)
APPENDIX F Sensors 661(2)
APPENDIX G Cranial Nerves 663(6)
APPENDIX H Pathologies That Have an Impact on Speech Production 669(8)
APPENDIX I ANIMA: Software for Anatomy and Physiology of Speech and Language 677(12)
GLOSSARY 689(32)
INDEX 721


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