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ESSENTIALS OF ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY FOR COMMUNICATION DISORDERS, 2nd Edition is a reader-friendly introduction to the physical systems and structures involved in verbal and auditory communication, as well as their functions and disorders. The book also discusses the etiology of disorders, along with the modern technologies and therapies used to diagnose and treat them. Designed for entry-level speech-language pathology and communication sciences students, ESSENTIALS OF ANATOMY AND PHYSIOLOGY FOR COMMUNICATION DISORDERS, 2nd Edition uses a wealth of study tools to help readers identify and understand anatomy and physiology terms without suffering from information overload. Features include chapter summaries, study questions and answers, detailed appendices, a glossary, and a CD-ROM packed with interactive exercises, quizzes, and videos.
- Full Color Design: Beautiful new interior design in full color supports learning and student engagement.
- Detailed Full Color Artwork: New full color illustrations bring the topics to life, reinforcing visual content and making abstract details more tangible.
- New Clinical Notes: These new boxed features add depth to discussions about important therapies and modern clinical approaches.
- Hearing Updates: All-new discussions of auditory physiology and motor control guide readers through this complex and fascinating subject.
- Swallowing Physiology: An enhanced discussion of the neural control of swallowing demonstrates its impact on speaking, and fuels discussions about related disorders and therapies.
- Helpful Roadmaps: Thorough outlines in every chapter allow readers to set learning objectives at the start of each lesson, ensure adequate progress, and identify areas for improvement and self-study.
- Boxed Features: These special sections call out difficult material, discussing topics in finer detail, from a different perspective, or with examples to improve comprehension of the material.
- Margin Glossary: Highlighted terms and definitions placed in the margins point out key information readers need in order to retain difficult concepts, and move forward in their lessons.
2. Anatomy and Physiology of Respiration.
3. Anatomy and Physiology of Phonation.
4. Anatomy and Physiology of Articulation, Resonation, and Swallowing.
5. Anatomy and Physiology of Hearing.
6. Neuroanatomy and Neurophysiology.