Test Bank Articulation and Phonology, A Clinical Focus 6th Edition Jacqueline Bauman-Waengler A+

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Test Bank Articulation and Phonology, A Clinical Focus 6th Edition Jacqueline Bauman-Waengler A+

Test Bank Articulation and Phonology, A Clinical Focus 6th Edition Jacqueline Bauman-Waengler A+

$35.00
Test Bank Articulation and Phonology, A Clinical Focus 6th Edition Jacqueline Bauman-Waengler A+
  1. Thetotalityofmotor processes involved in the planning and execution ofsequencesofoverlapping gestures which result in speech refers to

a) phonology

b) phonetics

c) articulation

d) phonotactics

  1. Thesubdivision of language dealing with the meaning of words, phrases, andsentencesis

a) morphology

b) syntax

c) semantics

d) pragmatics

  1. Theend products of articulatory motor processes that represent physicalsound realities are called

a) phoneticvariations

b) speechsounds

c) allophonicvariations

d) all of the above

  1. Therepertoireofphonemes which are used contrastively by an individual isthe

a) phoneticinventory

b) phonemicinventory

c) phonotactics of a language

d) allophonic variations of a language

  1. Theclusters [sk] and [ks] cannot occur in the same word positions in GeneralAmerican English. This is an example of the

a) phoneticinventory

b) phonemicinventory

c) phonotactics of a language

d) allophonic variations of a language

  1. Minimal pairs are exemplified by which of the following set of words?

a) [hit] and [sit]

b) [sit] and [sut]

c) [lun]and[mun]

d) all of the above

  1. Whichoneofthefollowing concepts would be associated with theassessment of a phonological impairment?

a) phonemicinventory

b) phonotactics

c) phonotactic constraints

d) alloftheabove would be important in assessing a phonological impairment

  1. Articulation disorders reflect difficulties with

a) central linguistic abilities

b) phoneme function

c) relatively peripheral motor processes

d) phonemesand phoneme patterns within a particular language

  1. Communicationdisorders include which of the following?

a) speechdisorders

b) language disorders

c) hearingdisorders

d) all of the above

  1. Whichone of the following is not a typical phonotactic possibility of GeneralAmerican English?

a) [sk]atthe beginning of a word or syllable

b) [ŋz] atthe end of a word or syllable

c) [lt]atthebeginning of a word or syllable

d) [mp]atthe end of a word or syllable

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