The SAGE Encyclopedia of Human Communication Sciences and Disorders, 1st Edition

  • Janet Sturman
  • Martin J. Ball
  • Published By: SAGE
  • ISBN-10: 1483380823
  • ISBN-13: 9781483380827
  • DDC: 302.203
  • 2352 Pages | eBook
  • Original Copyright 2019 | Published/Released September 2019
  • This publication's content originally published in print form: 2019

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About

Overview

This in-depth encyclopedia is aimed at students interested in interdisciplinary perspectives on human communication-both normal and disordered-across the lifespan. This timely and unique set will look at the spectrum of communication disorders, from causation and prevention to testing and assessment; through rehabilitation, intervention, and education. This encyclopedia offers an interdisciplinary reach including a strong focus on health issues, with topics such as Asperger's syndrome, fetal alcohol syndrome, anatomy of the human larynx, dementia, and more. Includes core psychology and cognitive sciences topics, such as social development, stigma, language acquisition, self-help groups, memory, depression, memory, Behaviorism, and cognitive development. Education topics include cooperative learning, special education, classroom-based service delivery. Top researchers and clinicians across multiple fields have contributed to approximately 640 signed entries across four volumes.

Table of Contents

Front Cover.
Half Title Page.
Editorial Board.
Title Page.
Copyright Page.
Contents.
List of Entries.
Reader's Guide.
Contributors.
Introduction.
1: Abstraction.
2: Academic Impact of Communication Disorders.
3: Accent Modification.
4: Acclimatization to Hearing Aids.
5: Accountability in Therapy for Communication Disorders.
6: Acoustic Admittance.
7: Acoustic Ecology.
8: Acoustic Phonetics.
9: Acoustic Reflex.
10: Acoustics.
11: Adaptation Theory.
12: Adjectives and Adverbs.
13: Adolescent Language Disorders.
14: Adpositions and Conjunctions.
15: Advocacy.
16: Affect.
17: African American English.
18: Age and Aging.
19: Age-Related Hearing Loss.
20: Agnosia.
21: Air and Bone Conduction.
22: Airflow Measurement.
23: Alaryngeal Voice.
24: Allocation of Resources.
25: Altered Auditory Feedback and Stuttering.
26: Alzheimer's Disease.
27: Ambulatory Phonation Monitoring.
28: American Sign Language.
29: Amplitude Compression.
30: Amplitude Envelope.
31: Amusia.
32: Amyotrophic Lateral Sclerosis.
33: Anatomy of the Hearing Mechanism and Central Audiology Nervous System.
34: Anatomy of the Human Articulators.
35: Anatomy of the Human Larynx.
36: Anatomy of the Human Neurological System.
37: Anchored Assessment.
38: Anomia.
39: Aphasia.
40: Aphasia Assessment.
41: Aphasia Intervention.
42: Applied Linguistics.
43: Arthritis: Laryngeal Involvement.
44: Articulation (Phonetic) Assessment.
45: Articulation Therapy (Phonetic Intervention).
46: Articulatory Phonetics.
47: Aspiration: Swallowing.
48: Attention.
49: Attention Deficit Hyperactivity Disorder (ADHD).
50: Attitudes in Stuttering.
51: Atypical Speech Sounds.
52: Audiology.
53: Audiovisual Integration.
54: Auditory Brainstem Implant.
55: Auditory Brainstem Response.
56: Auditory Development.
57: Auditory Neuropathy Spectrum Disorder.
58: Auditory Phonetics.
59: Auditory Processing.
60: Auditory Processing Disorder.
61: Auditory Scene Analysis.
62: Auditory Steady-State Response.
63: Auditory Training.
64: Augmentative and Alternative Communication (AAC).
65: Australian Aboriginal Languages.
66: Australian Sign Language (Auslan).
67: Autism Spectrum Disorder.
68: Babbling.
69: Background Noise.
70: Baselines.
71: Behaviorism.
72: Bernoulli Effect.
73: Bias.
74: Bibliotherapy.
75: Bilingual Aphasia.
76: Bilingual Children with Specific Language Impairment.
77: Bilingual Education.
78: Bilingualism.
79: Binaural Hearing.
80: Biofeedback.
81: Blindness, Impact on Communication.
82: Book Clubs, Communication-Adapted.
83: Boyle's Law.
84: Brain Imaging.
85: Breathing Exercises.
86: British Sign Language (BSL).
87: Bullying and Teasing.
88: Cancer of the Head and Neck.
89: Captioning.
90: Cascade Effect.
91: Case Studies.
92: Caseload.
93: Categorical Perception.
94: Causation.
95: Ceiling Effect in Testing.
96: Cepstral Analysis of Voice.
97: Cerebral Palsy.
98: Childhood Apraxia of Speech.
99: Chronic Cough.
100: Circumlocution and Avoidance in Stuttering.
101: Classification Systems.
102: Classroom Acoustics.
103: Clauses and Phrases.
104: Cleft Lip and Palate: Speech Effects.
105: Clinical Linguistics.
106: Clinical Phonetics.
107: Clinical Phonology.
108: Clinician.
109: Cluttering.
110: Coaching.
111: Coarticulation.
112: Cochlear Hearing Loss.
113: Cochlear Implant (Re)habilitation.
114: Cochlear Implants.
115: Code Switching and Mixing.
116: Cognition.
117: Cognitive Behavioral Therapy.
118: Cognitive Development.
119: Cognitive Impairment.
120: Cognitive Linguistics.
121: Cognitive Processes and Operations.
122: Cognitive Neuropsychological Approach to Intervention.
123: Cognitivism.
124: Cohesion and Coherence.
125: Collaboration in Speech–Language Therapy.
126: Communication Disorders.
127: Communication Partner Training.
128: Communicative Competence.
129: Compensatory Adaptation and Strategies.
130: Compensatory Strategies: Swallowing.
131: Competence and Performance.
132: Comprehensibility.
133: Comprehension.
134: Computer-Aided Rehabilitation.
135: Concussion.
136: Concussive Injury.
137: Conductive Hearing Loss and Its Treatment.
138: Connected Speech.
139: Connectionist Models.
140: Consonant Clusters.
141: Consonants.
142: Constructivism.
143: Context.
144: Conversation.
145: Conversation Analysis.
146: Cooperative Learning.
147: Cooperative Principle.
148: Coping Hypothesis.
149: Corpus Linguistics.
150: Counseling in Speech–Language Pathology.
151: Covert Contrast.
152: Covert Stuttering.
153: Craniofacial Anomalies.
154: Critical Discourse Analysis.
155: Critical Period for Language Acquisition.
156: Crosslinguistic Manifestations of Disordered Speech and Language.
157: Cued Speech and Language.
158: Cultural and Linguistic Informants.
159: Culture.