Assessment and Treatment of Articulation and Phonological Disorders in Children

ISBN-10: 1416402306

ISBN-13: 9781416402305

Edition: 2nd 2007

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The second edition of Assessment and Treatment of Articulation and Phonological Disorders in Children provides review materials for the graduate student while offering continuity and integration for the undergraduate. All theories and technical terms are presented in an easy-to-understand approach. Resource Manual: This accompanying three-part text, designed for professionals, covers clinically practical materials designed to make professional life a bit easier. CD-Rom: The practical information included in the Resource Manual is also available in digital format, fully modifiable, printable, and copyright permissible.
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Book details

List price: $75.00
Edition: 2nd
Copyright year: 2007
Publisher: PRO-ED, Incorporated
Binding: Hardcover
Pages: 624
Size: 7.00" wide x 10.00" long x 1.75" tall
Weight: 3.344
Language: English

Preface
Introduction
Anatomy and Physiology of Speech Production
Basic Unit: The Structural Mechanisms and Processes of Speech Production
Overview
Respiratory Mechanism
Phonatory Mechanism
Resonatory Mechanism
Articulatory Mechanism
Auditory Mechanism
Summary of the Basic Unit
Advanced Unit: The Neuroanatomical Bases of Speech Production
Overview
Major Divisions of the Nervous System
Central Nervous System
Peripheral Nervous System
Integrating the Systems: Neuromotor Control of Speech
Theories or Models of Speech Production
Summary of the Advanced Unit
Perspectives in Articulation and Phonology
Basic Unit: Basic Perspectives in Articulation and Phonology
Phonetics
Quick Review of the Speech Production Mechanism
Phoneme Classification
Speech Production: A Dynamic Human Behavior
Phonological Rules of a Language
Phonological Processes
Clinical Distinction Between Articulation and Phonology
Summary of the Basic Unit
Advanced Unit: Advanced Perspectives in Articulation and Phonology
Aerodynamic Aspects of Speech
Acoustic Aspects of Speech
Suprasegmental Aspects of Speech
Selected Phonological Theories
The Goals of Phonological Theories
Theory of Naturalness and Markedness
Linear Versus Nonlinear Phonological Theories
Metric Theory
Feature Geometry
Optimality Theory
Phonetic Versus Phonological Theories
Evaluation of Phonological Theories
The Clinician and the Theoretician
Summary of the Advanced Unit
Development of Articulation and Phonological Skills
Basic Unit: Normal Development of Articulation and Phonological Skills from Infancy Through the Early School Years
Prelinguistic Development
Transition from Babbling to Meaningful Speech
Development of Meaningful Speech: The First Real Words
Development of the Sound System
Development of Phonological Patterns
Speech Intelligibility
Development in the School Years: Phonological Awareness
Bilingual and Ethnocultural Variables in the Development of Articulation and Phonological Skills
Summary of the Basic Unit
Advanced Unit: Theoretical Issues in Articulation and Phonological Development
Methodological and Theoretical Issues in Speech Perception and Discrimination Research
Theories of Articulation and Phonological Development
Concluding Comments on Theoretical Differences
Summary of the Advanced Unit
Variables Related to Articulation and Phonological Development and Performance
Basic Unit: Variables Related to Articulation and Phonological Development and Performance
Anatomic, Neurological, and Physiological Variables
Motor Skills
Sensory Variables
Language Skills
Personal Characteristics
Familial Prevalence
Tongue Thrust
Summary of the Basic Unit
Advanced Unit: Research on Variables Related to Articulation and Phonological Development
Logical and Conceptual Problems
Methodological Issues
Summary of the Advanced Unit
Ethnocultural Variables Affecting Articulation and Phonological Development
Basic Unit: Ethnocultural Variables of Articulation and Phonological Development
African American English
Native American Languages
Spanish Language
Asian and Pacific Islander Languages
Guidelines on Working with Children Who Have Dual Phonological Repertoire
Summary of the Basic Unit
Advanced Unit: Theoretical and Clinical Issues in Bilingual Phonology
Theoretical Issues in Bilingual Phonology
Clinical Issues in Bilingual Phonology
Summary of the Advanced Unit
Assessment of Articulation and Phonological Disorders
Basic Unit: General Assessment Procedures for Articulation and Phonological Disorders
Overview of Assessment
Assessment Procedures
Taking a Case History
Performing an Orofacial Examination
Conducting a Hearing Screening
Administering Standardized Tests
Evoking a Connected Speech Sample
Conducting Stimulability Testing
Performing Contextual Testing
Testing Speech Discrimination
Analyzing and Interpreting the Assessment Information
Making a Diagnosis
Determining the Prognosis for Improvement
Making Treatment Recommendations
Conducting the Final Interview
Writing a Diagnostic Report
Summary of the Basic Unit
Advanced Unit: Description and Assessment of Organic and Neurogenic Speech Disorders
Apraxia of Speech
Dysarthria
Cerebral Palsy
Cleft Lip and Palate
Hearing Impairment
Summary of the Advanced Unit
Specific Treatment Approaches
How Different Are the Varied Treatment Approaches?
Traditional Approach
Sensory-Motor Approach
Multiple-Phoneme Approach
Paired-Stimuli Approach
Programmed Conditioning for Articulation
Distinctive Feature Approach
Cycles Approach
Phonological Contrast Approaches
Language Treatment for Phonological Disorders
The Question of Oral-Motor Exercises
Summary
A Comprehensive and Evidence-Based Treatment Program
Basic Unit: Treatment Principles and Procedures
Selecting Potential Target Behaviors
Deciding on the Number of Sounds or Patterns to Teach
Establishing Baselines
Selecting the Initial Level and Sequence of Training
Developing Measurable Objectives
Planning and Developing a Treatment Program
Establishing the Motor Production of Sounds
Increasing and Strengthening Established Behaviors
Reducing Undesirable Behaviors
Structuring the Treatment Sessions
Probing for Generalized Responses
Implementing a Maintenance Program
Dismissing the Client from Therapy, Performing Follow-Up Assessments, and Providing Booster Therapy
Assessing and Treating Phonological Awareness
Summary of the Basic Unit
Advanced Unit: Treatment of Organic and Neurogenic Speech Disorders
Childhood Apraxia of Speech
Dysarthria in Children
Cerebral Palsy
Cleft Palate
Hearing Impairment
Summary of the Advanced Unit
Muscles and Nerves Involved in the Production of English Consonants
The International Phonetic Alphabet
Definition of Other Phonological Processes
Sample Diagnostic Reports
Glossary
References
Index
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