IUB SPHS-S 110 - Anatomical and Physiological bases of Communication (4 pages)

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Anatomical and Physiological bases of Communication

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discusses in depth how sound is transferred from mouth through the ears to brain


Lecture number:
7
Pages:
4
Type:
Lecture Note
School:
Indiana University, Bloomington
Course:
Sphs-S 110 - Surv of Communication Disorder
Edition:
1

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SPHS S 110 1nd Edition Lecture 7 Outline of Last Lecture I Energy II Breathing III Vocal folds cords and tract IV Measuring Speech Production V Source filter theory Outline of Current Lecture VI Process of Hearing VII Outer Ear A Anatomy B Mode of Operation C Function VIII Middle Ear A Anatomy B Mode of Operation C Function IX Inner Ear A Anatomy B Mode of Operation C Function D Vestibular Sensory Organs E Auditory Sensory Organs X XI A B C D E XII XIII XIV George von Be ke sy Basilar Membrane tono topic High frequency Low frequency Place frequency Brain is comprised of neurons Brain is also comprised of Gila or Neuroglia Structure of Neurons A Cell body soma B Dendrites These notes represent a detailed interpretation of the professor s lecture GradeBuddy is best used as a supplement to your own notes not as a substitute XV XVI C Axon D Synapse Synaptic Contacts A Axodendritic B Axosomatic C Axoaxonic Auditory Nervous System A Auditory Nerve B Auditory nuclei and centers in the brain XVII Hearing is a Neurobiological process Current Lecture VI VII VIII IX X XI Process of Hearing Sound outer and middle ear transmission cochlea sensory receptor organ transduction auditory nerve encoding central auditory nervous system neural processing decision operation Outer Ear A Pinna concha external auditory canal external auditory meatus and ear canal B Air vibration C Protection amplification localization Middle Ear A Malleus incus and stapes smallest bones in body B Mechanical vibration C Impedance matching and pressure equalization Inner Ear A Semicircular canals vestibule cochlea round window eustachian tube B Mechanical Hydrodynamic electrochemical C Filtering Distribution transduction D Vestibular Sensory Organs Utricle Saccule 3 semicircular canals E Auditory Sensory Organs Cochlea In temporal bone George von Be ke sy Won Nobel Prize on Physiology or Medicine in 1961 Basilar Membrane A tono refers to tone or frequency B topic refers to place or location XII XIII XIV XV



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