Anatomy & Physiology for Speech, Language, and Hearing

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Cengage Learning, Jun 4, 2009 - Language Arts & Disciplines - 816 pages
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Now in its fourth edition, ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY FOR SPEECH, LANGUAGE AND HEARING remains a highly acclaimed tool for instilling a solid foundation in the anatomical and physiological principles that pertain to the communication sciences and disorders disciplines. Updated to reflect the most current trends in the field, the book integrates clinical information with everyday experiences to underscore the relevance of anatomy and physiology to the speech, language, and hearing systems. Its effectiveness is enhanced with innovative student practice software which provides multiple tutorial and quizzing sections and provides students with the final resources needed to master the book’s content no matter their learning style.
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Contents

Basic Elements of Anatomy
1
Anatomy of Respiration
35
Physiology of Respiration
131
Anatomy of Phonation
165
Physiology of Phonation
223
Anatomy of Articulation and Resonation
267
Physiology of Articulation and Resonation
377
Physiology of Mastication and Deglutition
405
Anatomical Terms
701
Useful Combining Forms
703
Muscles of Respiration
707
Muscles of Phonation
715
Muscles of Face Soft Palate and Pharynx
719
Sensors
727
Cranial Nerves
729
Pathologies That Affect Speech Production
733

Anatomy of Hearing
447
Auditory Physiology
479
Neuroanatomy
521
Neurophysiology
647
Glossary
739
Index
763
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J. Anthony (Tony) Seikel, Ph.D., is professor of communication sciences and disorders at Idaho State University in Pocatello, Idaho. His research interests center on the relationship of pathology to acoustics and perception, as well as improving pedagogy through technology. He has recently been studying the relationship between oromyofunctional disorders and oropharyngeal dysphagia. He earned his B.S. in Speech and Hearing from Phillips University, his M.A. in Speech Pathology from Wichita State University, and a Ph.D. in Speech and Hearing Science from the University of Kansas.

David G. Drumright is a programmer and teacher in Spokane, Washington. He has taught electronics at numerous schools and has a background in speech-language pathology and audiology. His software includes the original ANIMA programs of this text, the new ANATESSE application, AUDIN software for audiology instruction, and several other instructional tools.

David G. Drumright is a programmer and teacher in Spokane, Washington. He has taught electronics at numerous schools, and has a background in speech-language pathology and audiology. His software includes the original ANIMA programs of this text, the new ANATESSE application, AUDIN software for audiology instruction, and several other instructional tools. David Drumright holds a BS degree.

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