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1

T/F: 50% people that stutter are sensitive/perfectionists.

True

2

Which of the following are normal disfluencies?
A. repetitions
B. Prolongations
C. blocks of airflow or voicing in speech
D. All

D. All

3

Prevalence is how widespread the disorder is, ______ is how many people have stuttered at some time in their lives.

Incidence

4

_____ is increase in frequency of escape behaviors, and ______ is increase behaviors used to evade

Operant is increase in frequency of escape behaviors, and avoidance is increase behaviors used to evade

5

Which of the following factors support natural recovery?
A. good scores on speech/lang test
B. no family history
C. early onset age
D. female
E. all

All

6

Which theory is the capacity for rapid, fluent utterances are not equal to demands within the child or environment?
A. diagnosogenic theory
B. anticipatory struggle theory
C. capacities & demands theory

C. capacities & demands theory

7

T/F: Secondary stuttering are repetitions/prolongations that result of constitutional factor

False, that is Primary Stuttering

8

T/F: Secondary stuttering includes tension, struggle escape, and avoidance behaviors

True

9

T/F: Secondary behaviors are severe in neurogenic stuttering.

False

10

What can neurogenic stuttering be acquired through?
A. Stroke
B. Head trauma
C. Tumor
D. Parkinsons
E. All

All

11

What are the emotions neurogenic stutterers have?

Annoyed, Frustrated (they are not fearful)

12

Which of the following is NOT an indicator of cluttering?
A. excessive normal disfluencies
B. excessive collapsing or deletion of syllables
C. abnormal pauses
D. multiple secondary behaviors

D. multiple secondary behaviors

13

Which disorders commonly co-occur w/ cluttering?

Parkinsons, ADHD

14

T/F: Articulation problems cause people who clutter to have slurred or mushy sounding speech.

True

15

What is the major difference between clutterers and stutterers?
A. the speech rate
B. how aware they are of their speech disorder
C. the types of disfluencies
D. the amount of tension while speaking
E. all the above - they are all different

E. all the above - they are all different

16

T/F: Altered Auditory Feedback includes masked auditory feedback (MAF), delayed auditory feedback (DAF), and frequency altered feedback (FAF).

True

17

T/F: The Camperdown program is a Speech Restructuring treatment developed for adolescents, adults, and children.

False: Only adolescents and adults

18

T/F: not all stuttering is genetic, 50% link to a family Hx, others are just born with it to unknown causes

True

19

T/F: Treatment is solely based on pharmaceutical drugs w/o the need for ST.

False

20

What types of disfluencies are observed in individuals w/ ADHD?

filled pauses, word repetitions
NOT blocks

21

T/F: Solution Focused Brief Therapy is an approach that helps people identify the strengths and resources they already have to resolve their problems.

True