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Speech and Language Sciences: Course Outline (SLPNB713)

Providing the computational modelling of speech and language needed both to inform theoretical developments and to provide translational pathways to applications. Human speech and language is so varied and complex that many aspects of it can only be inves

Course Outline


  • Process of speech production
  • Process of articulation
  • Phonological processes
  • Introduction to phonetics
  • Articulatory phonetics
  • Auditory phonetics
  • Acoustic phonetics


  • Introduction to Linguistics
  • Definition
  • Nature and scope of linguistics
  • Major linguistic concepts
  • Phonology
  • Morphology
  • Semantics
  • Syntax
  • Pragmatics


  • Linguistics and related fields


  • Introduction to language
  • Components of language
  • Language continuum
  • Language development
  • Language disorders in school age children
  • Acquired language disorders
  • Early intervention and its significance
  • Assessment of language disorders
  • Language assessment tools

Therapeutic approaches

  • Therapeutic tools​

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