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American Sign Language (ASL)
A manual language used by many people with hearing impairments that meets the universal linguistic standards of spoken English.
articulation
The movement of the mouth and tongue that shapes sound into speech.
audition
Thought transformed into words and received by a listener through hearing.
augmented and alternative communication
A variety of assistive technologies that help an individual communicate. These range from sophisticated voice synthesizers to relatively simple story boards with pictures that indicate words and actions.
cleft palate
Failure of the bone and tissue of the palate (roof of the mouth) to fuse during early prenatal development; often associated with cleft lip.
communication
The exchange of thoughts, information, feelings, and ideas.
communication disorder
An impairment in articulation, fluency, voice, or language.
dialect
A variant in pronunciation and syntax of a spoken language.
dysphonia
A disorder in voice quality.
fluency
The flow of speech
language disorder
The impairment or deviant development of comprehension or use (or both) of a spoken, written, or other symbol systems.
phonation
The production of sound by the vibration of the vocal chords.
phonology
The science of speech sounds and the rules that govern how these sounds combine to form words and to convey meaning.
resonation
The process that gives the voice its special characteristics.
respiration
Breathing; the process that generates the energy that produces sound.
social language learning
Language learning through interaction with native speakers.
speech
The systematic oral production of words of a given language.
speech disorder
A disorder of articulation (how words are pronounced), voice (how words are vocalized), or fluency (the flow of speech).
stuttering
A disorder of fluency.
voice disorder
A variation from accepted norms in voice quality, pitch, or loudness.