- Paperback: 816 pages
- Publisher: Delmar ISE; 4 edition (8 June 2009)
- Language: English
- ISBN-10: 1435496132
- ISBN-13: 978-1435496132
- Product Dimensions: 20.5 x 2.7 x 25.5 cm
- Boxed-product Weight: 1.4 Kg
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Anatomy & Physiology for Speech, Language, and Hearing, International Edition Paperback – 8 Jun 2009
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1. Basic elements of anatomy. 2. Anatomy of respiration. 3. Physiology of respiration. 4. Anatomy of phonation. 5. Physiology of respiration. 6. Anatomy of articulation and resonation. 7. Physiology of articulation and resonation. 8. Physiology of mastication and deglutition. 9. Anatomy of hearing. 10. Auditory physiology. 11. Neuroanatomy. 12. Neurophysiology. Appendix A: Anatomical Terms. Appendix B: Useful Combining Forms. Appendix C: Muscles of Respiration. Appendix D: Muscles of Phonation. Appendix E: Muscles of Face, Soft Palate and Pharynx. Appendix F: Sensors. Appendix G: Cranial Nerves. Appendix H: Pathologies that Affect Speech Production. Glossary. Index.
About the Author
David G. Drumright is a programmer and teacher in Spokane, Washington. He has taught electronics at numerous schools and has a background in speech-language pathology and audiology. His software includes the original ANIMA programs of this text, the new ANATESSE application, AUDIN software for audiology instruction, and several other instructional tools. Douglas W. King, Ph.D., was a professor within the basic medical program at Washington State University until his death in 2001. He was greatly loved by his students and fellow faculty, and had set up a scholarship program in anatomy for students with diabetes. J. Anthony (Tony) Seikel, Ph.D., is professor of communication sciences and disorders at Idaho State University in Pocatello, Idaho. His research interests center on the relationship of pathology to acoustics and perception, as well as improving pedagogy through technology. He has recently been studying the relationship between oromyofunctional disorders and oropharyngeal dysphagia. He earned his B.S. in Speech and Hearing from Phillips University, his M.A. in Speech Pathology from Wichita State University, and a Ph.D. in Speech and Hearing Science from the University of Kansas.
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Fantastic end of chapter reviews and lots of pics but pics not always helpful
21 June 2018 - Published on Amazon.com
Seikel's A&P for Speech, Language, and Hearing was a very good resource book. It had many pictures and pictures of the same anatomical structure but from a different view (posterior, lateral, etc) which was helpful. The complaint I have about the pictures is that the labels aren't consistently revealed, meaning, that just because a picture of the ethmoid bone will have 6 labels, another picture on the same page but a different view of the same bone wouldn't have the labels present. I'm not referring to if the particular structure is no longer visible but that it's visible structures are simply not marked. This mostly was a problem when looking at larger areas such as facial bones as a whole, when the picture would rotate to a different view it wasn't clear where a particular bone started and stopped. (David McFarland's "Netter's Altas of Anatomy for Speech, Swallowing, and Hearing" picture book filled in the gaps here when Seikel's pictures came up short). The end of chapter study reviews were very well structured and helpful for test taking. Overall the book was a useful textbook and a good aid for exam taking.
The Anatesse software is super helpful!
13 May 2019 - Published on Amazon.com
I don't think there is any source that can help A&P students remember every single detail required for this weed-out class, but the Anatesse helps a lot. Do the end-of-chapter self quizzes, then the Anatesse "tests" THEN review all the detailed questions. There's some great sources in Quizlet! It's a LOT of information, so you definitely need a strategy!
5 May 2014 - Published on Amazon.com
7 people found this helpful.
I feel like I spent most of my semester looking elsewhere for information or stumbling through all the errors in this book. Not only is it riddled with typos and grammatical gaffs, it is patently incorrect on a variety of anatomical points, and in many areas poorly and incomprehensibly written. Frequently the graphics are misleading or unhelpful. I got better and more understandable information by simply going to google and youtube to query the topics. At a minimum this text needs the assistance of an editor for proofing reading. I am working on a second degree and have never in my life encountered a text this unprofessional in its final form, let alone third edition! And the conceptual errors are inexcusable in a text of this nature. I hope it will be revised soon... Authors, please research your presentation of internal intercostal and pterygoid muscles ...
... for a class but oh my god is it boring!! Seriously fell asleep reading this multiple times
26 February 2018 - Published on Amazon.com
I bought this book for a class but oh my god is it boring!! Seriously fell asleep reading this multiple times. Also there are tons of typos and errors. I don’t know why my professor chose this book. I gave it two stars because it did have great pictures but that’s all it has going for it.
Exactly as Described
4 July 2019 - Published on Amazon.com
It does include an access code which is good for one year! I'm so excited too start my bachelors in the fall with the help of this book. It was also $125 cheaper than the school price.