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Human Communication Disorders : An Introduction

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7th
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9780205456222

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0205456227
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Pub. Date:
1/1/2006
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Allyn & Bacon
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Summary

This edition continues to explore the underlying nature of communication problems by explaining current theory and research and presenting the "nuts and bolts" of clinical therapy. The leading book on the market for introductory courses in communication disorders,Human Communication Disorders, Seventh Edition,covers a broad range of topics at a level of depth appropriate for students. Experts in speech-language pathology and audiology place disorders in perspective, define basic theories of causation, introduce identifying characteristics, and present an overview of procedures for evaluation and treatment. Coverage of cultural and linguistic diversity as well as evidence-based practice reflects trends in the discipline. This edition continues to ensure that beginning students receive a strong foundation in communication disorders. It also provides extensive coverage of topics ranging from craniofacial disorders to communication delays and disorders in young children from the personal perspectives by expert chapter authors. Case studies and study questions enhance the learning experience. Highlights of the new edition include: Fully updated information on the most recent research in the field; new chapters on genetics, literacy development and disorders, aural rehabilitation, dysphagia, and neurogenic speech disorders introduce students to these emerging areas of study; shorter chapters written at an undergraduate, exploratory level make the material easier for beginning students to digest.

Table of Contents

Preface xv
Introduction: Human Communication Disorders: A Philosophy and Practice of Service
1(21)
Noma B. Anderson
George H. Shames
Shelly Chabon
Personal Perspectives
2(3)
Who Is Served?
5(3)
What Services Are Provided?
8(1)
Where Are Services Provided?
9(1)
When Are Services Provided?
10(1)
How Are Services Provided?
11(2)
Why Serve?
13(8)
Study Questions
21(1)
PART ONE Basic Communication Process
Development of Communication, Language, and Speech
22(37)
Robert E. Owens, Jr
Personal Perspective
23(2)
Communication
25(3)
Language
28(20)
Speech
48(9)
Summary
57(1)
Study Questions
58(1)
The Biology and Physics of Speech
59(34)
Raymond D. Kent
Houri K. Vorperian
Personal Perspectives
60(3)
The Anatomy and Physiology of Speech Production
63(23)
The Acoustics of Speech
86(5)
Summary
91(1)
Study Questions
92(1)
Multicultural Differences in Human Communication and Disorders
93(33)
Kay T. Payne
Orlando L. Taylor
Personal Perspectives
94(3)
Basic Concepts Related to Culture and Language
97(6)
Varieties of American English
103(6)
Language Differences and Communication Disorders
109(14)
Summary
123(1)
Study Questions
124(1)
Selected Readings
124(2)
Genetics: Basis for Development and Disorders
126(23)
Lemmietta G. McNeilly
Personal Perspective
127(1)
Case Study
128(2)
Definition of Genetics versus Genomics
130(2)
Inheritance Patterns
132(2)
Genetic Testing
134(3)
Genetic Counseling
137(1)
Gene Therapy
137(1)
Genomic Applications
138(1)
Role of Genetics in Human Development
138(1)
New Genetics
139(1)
Human Genome
139(2)
Human Genetic Variation and Health
141(1)
Genetics and Communication Disorders
141(1)
Social and Behavioral Research
142(1)
Infusion of Genomics into Speech-Language Pathology
142(2)
Ethical, Legal, and Cultural Implications
144(2)
Summary
146(1)
Case Study
147(1)
Study Questions
147(1)
Selected Readings
148(1)
Websites of Interest
148(1)
PART TWO Disorders of Speech
Articulatory and Phonological Disorders
149(34)
Richard G. Schwartz
Personal Perspective
150(3)
The Nature of Phonological Disorders
153(3)
Determinants of Phonological Disorders
156(6)
Assessment
162(12)
Intervention
174(6)
Summary
180(1)
Case Study
180(2)
Study Questions
182(1)
Selected Readings
182(1)
Websites of Interest
182(1)
Stuttering and Other Disorders of Fluency
183(39)
Peter R. Ramig
George H. Shames
Personal Perspectives
184(3)
Types, Descriptions, and Definitions of Various Disfluency Types
187(6)
Theories of Causation
193(7)
Normal Disfluency
200(1)
The Development of Stuttering
200(3)
The Assessment Process
203(4)
Therapy for Stuttering
207(9)
Prevention
216(1)
Case Study
217(1)
Some Final Thoughts by a Prodigy of Stuttering
218(1)
Summary
219(2)
Study Questions
221(1)
Projects
221(1)
Selected Readings
221(1)
Voice Disorders
222(32)
Christine Sapienza
Douglas M. Hicks
Personal Perspectives
223(2)
Description of Voice Disorders
225(1)
Assessment
226(3)
Defining Pitch, Loudness, Voice Quality, and Resonance
229(2)
General Classification of Voice Problems
231(2)
Trauma and Surgical Modification
233(1)
Examples of Vocal Fold Pathologies
234(5)
Collecting and Assessing the Data about the Voice
239(1)
Intervention for Voice Disorders
240(6)
Speech without a Larynx
246(5)
Case Study
251(1)
Prevention
252(1)
Study Questions
253(1)
Selected Readings
253(1)
Websites of Interest
253(1)
Cleft Palate and Craniofacial Disorders
254(37)
Eileen Marrinan
Robert J. Shprintzen
Personal Perspectives
255(1)
Case Study
256(2)
Overt Cleft Lip and/or Palate
258(3)
Submucous Cleft Palate
261(2)
Occult Submucous Cleft Palate
263(1)
Prevalence
263(1)
Why Does Clefting Occur?
263(1)
Normal Velopharyngeal Valving
263(5)
Lymphoid Tissue and Speech
268(1)
Adenoidal Involution
269(1)
Goals of Surgical Repair
270(1)
What Causes VPI?
271(1)
Assessment of VPI and Hypernasality
272(5)
Other Factors to Consider
277(1)
Management of Velopharyngeal Incompetence
278(1)
Disorders of Articulation
279(1)
Deviant Articulatory Patterns
280(1)
General Tips for a Successful Speech Therapy Program
280(2)
Other Related Issues
282(2)
Other Craniofacial Disorders
284(5)
Importance of Team Care
289(1)
Summary
290(1)
Study Questions
290(1)
Selected Readings
290(1)
Neurogenic Disorders of Speech in Children and Adults
291(34)
Bruce E. Murdoch
Kimberley M. Docking
Personal Perspectives
292(2)
Definitions
294(1)
Classification, Causes, and Characteristic Features of Neurogenic Speech Disorders
295(14)
Assessment of Neurogenic Speech Disorders
309(3)
Treatment of Acquired Neurogenic Speech Disorders
312(6)
Treatment of Developmental Neurogenic Speech Disorders
318(2)
Summary
320(1)
Case Studies
320(4)
Study Questions
324(1)
Selected Readings
324(1)
Websites of Interest
324(1)
PART THREE Disorders of Language
Developmental Language Delay in Infancy and Early Childhood
325(27)
Catherine K. Bacon
M. Jeanne Wilcox
Personal Perspectives
326(2)
Introduction: Developmental Language Delay in Infancy and Early Childhood
328(1)
Nature of Developmental Language Delay
329(3)
Factors Underlying Developmental Language Delay
332(9)
Identification of Developmental Language Delay
341(4)
Approaches to Providing Services to Young Children with Communication Disorders
345(2)
Summary
347(1)
Case Studies
348(2)
Study Questions
350(1)
Selected Readings
350(1)
Websites of Interest
351(1)
Language Disabilities in School-Age Children and Youth
352(34)
Barbara Culatta
Elisabeth H. Wiig
Personal Perspectives
353(1)
Nature of School Language
354(6)
Definition and Identification of Language Impairments
360(2)
Types of Language Impairments
362(11)
Assessment and Planning
373(3)
Language and Literacy Intervention
376(8)
Summary
384(1)
Study Questions
385(1)
Selected Readings
385(1)
From Emergent Literacy to Literacy: Development and Disorders
386(23)
Froma P. Roth
Personal Perspective
387(1)
Historical Perspective
388(1)
The Essential Elements of Literacy
389(1)
Relationship between Oral Language and Literacy
389(1)
Extrinsic Factors Contributing to Emergent Literacy
390(3)
Aspects of Emergent Literacy
393(6)
Children at Risk for Literacy Problems: Challenges for Success
399(1)
Prevention, Assessment, and Intervention Processes
400(6)
Summary
406(1)
Case Study
407(1)
Study Questions
408(1)
Selected Readings
408(1)
Websites of Interest
408(1)
Aphasia and Related Acquired Language Disorders
409(27)
Audrey L. Holland
Personal Perspective
410(1)
Case Study
411(2)
Aphasia and the Brain
413(4)
Syndromes of Aphasia
417(4)
Mechanisms of Aphasia
421(1)
Bilingual and Multilingual Aphasia
422(1)
The Person with Aphasia
423(2)
The Natural Recovery Process in Aphasia
425(1)
The Assisted Recovery Process in Aphasia
426(4)
Related Disorders
430(4)
Summary
434(1)
Case Study
434(1)
Study Questions
435(1)
Selected Readings
435(1)
Websites of Interest
435(1)
Augmentative and Alternative Communication
436(35)
Kathleen A. Kangas
Lyle L. Lloyd
Personal Perspectives
437(2)
Potential Users of AAC
439(1)
Categories of AAC
439(1)
AAC Model
440(12)
Reasons for AAC Success
452(1)
Communicative Competence
453(1)
Types of Impairments
454(4)
Assessment
458(2)
Intervention
460(3)
Funding and Individual Rights
463(1)
Outcomes Measurement and Evidence-Based Practice
464(2)
Case Studies
466(3)
Summary
469(1)
Study Questions
469(1)
Selected Readings
469(1)
Websites of Interest
470(1)
PART FOUR Disorders of Swallowing
Swallowing
471(33)
Barbara C. Sonies
Personal Perspective
472(1)
Cultural Competence and Swallowing
473(1)
Normal Swallowing
474(5)
Neurology of the Swallow
479(3)
Swallowing and Normal Aging
482(3)
Abnormal Swallowing
485(7)
Diagnosis
492(3)
Signs and Symptoms
495(1)
Instrumental Diagnostic Procedures
495(2)
Evidence-Based Treatment
497(1)
Compensatory Treatment Procedures
498(4)
Case Study
502(2)
PART FIVE Disorders of Hearing
Hearing and Hearing Disorders
504(34)
Frederick N. Martin
Bart E. Noble
Personal Perspectives
505(3)
The Nature of Sound
508(3)
Disorders of Hearing
511(7)
The Measurement of Hearing
518(9)
Types of Hearing Loss
527(3)
Implications of Hearing Loss
530(2)
Remediation
532(2)
Summary
534(1)
Case Studies
534(3)
Study Questions
537(1)
Selected Readings
537(1)
Audiologic Rehabilitation
538(27)
Alice E. Holmes
C. Nicole Thomas
Personal Perspectives
539(2)
Amplification Devices
541(5)
Counseling
546(1)
Assistive Listening Devices
547(4)
Therapy Approaches for the Hearing Impaired
551(7)
Outcome Measures
558(3)
Summary
561(1)
Case Studies
562(1)
Study Questions
563(1)
Suggested Readings
563(2)
Glossary 565(10)
References 575(36)
Author Index 611(8)
Subject Index 619


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