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Advanced Anatomy,Physiology, Neurology Of The Speech Mechanism (SPH-613)


Semester: Fall 2024
Number: 0878-613-200
Instructor: Steven Cox
Days: Tuesday 4:00 pm - 5:50 pm
Note: Traditional In-Person Class
Location: Garden City - Hy Weinberg Center 220
Credits: 3
Notes:

For majors only

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Description:

Detailed study of the anatomy and physiology of the peripheral speech mechanism; basic neurology; and the neurological bases of speech and language disorders (e.g., dysphagia, dysarthria) of adults and children.

Learning Goals:   PERFORMANCE OUTCOME: Students will be able to• Understand the anatomical/physiological terms in relation to respiration, phonation, articulation/resonation and neuroscience • Understand the organization and function of the different regions of the nervous system with a focus on their relations to communication (ASHA III-B: knowledge of basic human communication and swallowing processes—assessed by labeling of drawings and exam grade)• Understand the processes of speech/language by integrating knowledge of anatomy/physiology of the respiratory, phonatory, and articulatory/resonatory, and nervous systems. (ASHA III-B: knowledge of basic human communication and swallowing processes—assessed by labeling of drawings and exam grade)• Apply the knowledge of normal/abnormal neuroanatomy/neurophysiology in the analysis of communicative disorders (ASHA III-C: knowledge of the disorder– assessed by grade on exam).

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