Flashcards in Lecture 3 and 4 Deck (15):
List the components of a MSD exam.
2.ID of salient movements & normal/deviant speech characteristics
3.Assessment of Intelligibility, Comprehensibility and Efficiency
4. Medical records
5. Interaction w/ patient (most of what you learn is through informal conversation w/ patient).
What are the most salient motor characteristics re MSDs? (6)
3. Speed of movement
4. Range of motion
What are AMRs?
Alternating Motion Rates
What are SMRs?
Sequential Motion Rates
What is intelligibility?
The degree to which a listener understands the acoustic signal produced by a speaker.
What is comprehensibility?
The degree to which a listener understands speech on the basis of the acoustic signal plus all other information that may contribute to understanding what has been said.
What is naturalness?
The normality of speech, i.e. a person may be completely intelligible but have abnormal sounding speech.
What is the DIVA model?
How the brain transforms desired movement
Directions in sensory space
Velocities of the
Production of speech sounds start via activation of cells in the ____ ____ ____ believed to be in the left ventral premotor cortex and ____ ____.
-Speech sound map
SMA is what?
Supplementary motor area
Triggering/initiation of activated speech sounds occur in the ____ ____ in the ____ ____ ____
supplementary motor area (SMA)
Motor commands describing the details of jaw height, tongue tip position, lip protrusion, etc occurs in the ____ ____ and _____ _____ located in the ____ ____ ____
Articulatory Velocity and Position map
Ventral motor cortex ( primary motor cortex)
The DIVA model consists, in general, of a ____-____ and _____ control subsystem.
What does the feedback system do?
Compares an efference copy to the current auditory and somatosensory state in order to make necessary adjustments.