This anatomy and physiology workbook, now in its second edition, is a unique study guide for introductory courses and textbooks in speech and hearing anatomy and physiology. Whether taught face to face or online, anatomy and physiology courses are dense in content and new material, and a practical book is much needed for undergraduate training in speech pathology. Recognizing this, the authors, all experienced practitioners as well as instructors, have produced such a text, ensuring also that it does not suffer from being unnecessarily complex and academic. The Workbook is organized into seven units. The first unit contains a comprehensive synopsis of anatomy and physiology, including content such as locator terms, planes of reference and anatomical position, enabling students to learn the vocabulary needed to study anatomy and physiology. The second unit takes a brief look at the basics of cells and tissues to form a foundation for study of larger structures. The remainder of the Workbook organizes speech and hearing anatomy into the functional categories of respiration, phonation, articulation, as well as the nervous and auditory systems.The organization of this study-guide workbook complements the content of most speech and hearing anatomy textbooks currently on the market, as well as online courses.
Each unit provides an extremely well written, practical summary of the particular speech and hearing system (unit), followed by learning objectives, specific questions students can answer in outline format, and finally a Self-Test. Unique study guide for introductory courses. Designed as a primary text or to work with extant textbooks and online courses. Features summaries of learning units, learning objectives, questions and Self-Tests. Practical questions and organization of this workbook will guide students through their learning of anatomy and physiology. For the second edition, the authors have added an Active Learning Guide for enhanced student comprehension. The Active Learning Guide contains information to help students respond to items in the Workbook. This section includes suggested responses to blank spaces sketch boxes in the Study Outline units. These new features help students assimilate and master the basics of anatomy and physiology of speech and hearing.The use of multiple sources and repeated exposure reinforces learning and will lead students to the ultimate goal: practical application of the material.
William Culbertson, Ph.D. William R. Culbertson, Ph.D. is Associate Professor of Health Promotion at Northern Arizona University, having previously served as Associate Professor and Chair of the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders. A distinguished career has included private practice, consultancy and practice in the school system, as well as some 13 years teaching anatomy and physiology. Stephanie Christensen, M.A. Stephanie Cotton is a Visiting Instructor at Northern Arizona University where she is developing and teaching online Speech-Language Pathology Assistant training courses. She is also a Doctoral Candidate in the Applied Linguistics program. She received a masters' degree in communication sciences and disorders from the University of Texas at Austin. Dennis Tanner, Ph.D. Dennis C. Tanner, Ph.D. is Professor of Health Sciences at Northern Arizona University, Flagstaff, in the Speech-Language Sciences and Technology program. Dr. Tanner is author or co-author of more than 20 books and has published widely in academic journals. Dr. Tanner has a wealth of experience in the teaching of anatomy and physiology for speech and hearing sciences. Dr. Tanner received his M.S. in Speech Pathology and Audiology from Idaho State University and his Ph.D. in Audiology and Speech Sciences from Michigan State University. Dr. Tanner was the recipient of the Outstanding Educator Award, granted by the Association of Schools of Allied Health Professions, in Washington, D.C., 2001-2002, in addition to the College of Health Professions' "Teacher of the Year" Award, 2001-2002.
STUDY GUIDE WORKBOOK Introduction Unit 1: Introduction to Anatomy and Physiology Synopsis of Anatomy and Physiology Objectives and Study Guide Study Outline Self Test Unit 2: Cytology and Histology Synopsis of Cytology and Histology Objectives and Study Guide Study Outline Self Test Unit 3: The Respiratory System Synopsis of the Respiratory System Objectives and Study Guide Study Outline Self Test Unit 4: The Phonatory Mechanism Synopsis of the Phonatory System Objectives and Study Guide Study Outline Self Test Unit 5: The Articulatory Mechanism Synopsis of the Articulatory System Objectives and Study Guide Study Outline Self Test Unit 6: The Nervous System Synopsis of the Nervous System Objectives and Study Guide Study Outline Self Test Unit 7: 'The Auditory System Synopsis of the Auditoryu System Objectives and Study Guide Study Outline Self Test ACTIVE LEARNING GUIDE ANSWER KEY to WORKBOOK ITEMS Introduction and Suggestions for Use Unit 1: Introduction to Anatomy Unit 2: Cytology and Histology Unit 3: The Respiratory System Unit 4: The Phonatory Mechanism Unit 5: The Articulatory Mechanism Unit 6: The Nervous System Unit 7: The Auditory System Answers to Workbook Self Tests Index References and Recommended Readings