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name the theory (of development):
conditioning and learning; CH develops adult-like speech through interactions with CG; babbling shaped into adult forms

behavioral theory

2

name the theory (of development):
Jakobson, Chomsky, Halle; innate, universal, hierarchical order of acquisition of distinctive features; maximal contrasts /p/ and /a/ then fine tunes them
(Jakobson: discontinuity between babbling and speech development)

structural theory

3

name the theory (of development):
Stampe; phonological processes are innate processes that simplify adult target word; suppress processes not in own languages

natural phonology theory

4

perception in infants can be found in what 2 ways?

high-amplitude sucking paradigm and visually reinforced head turn

5

Oller's 5 stages of production

phonation;
cooing;
expansion;
reduplicated babbling;
non-reduplicated babbling

6

articulation development in CH

vowels;
nasals;
stops;
glides;
affricates/fricatives;
liquids;
clusters (2 then 3)

7

class I malocclusion

arches aligned, some teeth misaligned

8

class II malocclusion

overbite: maxilla protruded, mandible receded

9

class III malocclusion

underbite: maxilla receded, mandible protruded
(lower jaw/bottom teeth in front of upper teeth)

10

name the 2 motor based approaches to SSD

van riper's traditional approach
mcdonald's sensorimotor approach

11

who focused on auditory discrim, phonetic placement, drill like repetition from simple to complex?

van riper

12

who believes syllable is the basic unit of speech production?

mcdonald (sensorimotor approach)

13

who has a bottom up drill approach?

both: van riper and mcdonald

14

who believes context can help shape misarticulated sounds?

mcdonald: phonetic contexts may help a CH with an /s/ distortion- may produce it correctly at end of watch-sun or "tttttttsssss"

15

who starts with sound in isolation, then syllables, words, phrases, sentences, reading, and conversation... to eventual generalization?

van riper: drill occurs at increasingly complex motor levels in a hierarchy

16

who believes you should establish correct aud perception of target phonemes, then train accurate motor productions of target phonemes, with goal being to use eventually in conversation?

van riper

17

name 4 linguistic approaches- belief: necessary to modify CH's underlying rule system to match that of an adult

distinctive features approach
contrast approaches
phonological process approach
hodson and paden's cycles approach

18

name the linguistic approach:
problem is phonemic, not phonetic
CH displays consonant-cluster reduction and weak syllable deletion

phonological process approach

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name the linguistic approach:
find CH's underlying pattern and the missing feature that is commonly used (stridency)

distinctive features approach

20

name the linguistic approach:
minimal pairs and maximal pairs

contrast approaches

21

name the linguistic approach:
error patterns targeted not by way of drilling to mastery but instead correct patterns provided, treated, stopped for a period, then treated again

hodson and paden's cycles approach

22

this approach treats CH who have inconsistent errors on the same words (but is not CAS)

core vocab approach

23

this approach is a metaphonological approach where word structure and sounds that make up words are focused (sound-structure awareness)

phonological awareness treatment

24

CAS or inconsistent speech sound error: inconsistent errors?

BOTH

25

CAS or inconsistent speech sound error: groping

CAS

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CAS or inconsistent speech sound error: phonology disorder

inconsistent

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CAS or inconsistent speech sound error: problems with DDK

CAS