Communication Disorder Research Paper

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Communication Disorder: Speech Disorder
Communication is important source in human life because human uses communication to receive information, understand information, express information and feelings, express ideas through verbal or nonverbal. However, if a person has impairment in the ability to receive, send, and comprehend concepts or verbal, nonverbal then that person obtains a communication disorder. A communication disorder is clear in the processes of hearing, language, and speech. When a person cannot create speech sound properly or fluently, nor has the problem with voice, then that person retains a speech disorder. Speech disorder is one of the sub-branches of communication disorder. Thus, purpose of research paper is to define
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Fluent communication has smoothness, confident and easy speech. However, when the person has trouble speaking in a fluid, or flowing, way it is a fluency disorder. Many people suffer in fluency disorder, and it usually worded or phrase repetitions, fillers (urn, ah) or interjections. Many children go through a period of normal no fluency between the ages of 2 and 5 years of age. The child does not show any stress or worry in their speech and is often unaware of their difficulty. However, later on the cause of the fluency disorder could affect in language development, development of speech motor control. Stuttering and the cluttering are the main types of the fluency disorder (Fluency Disorder,…show more content…
One of the most common errors that people make is substituting. For example: a "w" for an "r" ("wabbit" for "rabbit"), omitting sounds ("cool" for "school"), or adding sounds to words ("pinanio" for "piano") are examples of articulation errors. In articulation, lisping refers to specific substitution involving the letters "s" and "z." People who lisp replace those sounds with "th" ("simple" sounds like "thimple"). Second types of articulation is the Omissions, this is leaving sound out. For example “at” for “hat”, “do” for “dog”. Third type of articulation is distortion. Distortion is usually the parts are mostly there, but there are little wrong. The most common error sounds are “S”, “L”, and “R”. For example “tree” instead of “three”. Last type of articulation is the addition. Addition disorder is when a child adds extra sound or syllable to the world. For example “Huriricane” (Courtney,

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