Fundamentals of Anatomy and Physiology of Speech, Language, and Hearing

Tellis and Manasco
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Glen M. Tellis and M. Hunter Manasco

Details: 478 pages, Full Color, Hardcover, 8.5" x 11"

ISBN13: 978-1-63550-720-1

Publication Date: 27/09/2023

Designed to meet the distinctive needs of today’s undergraduates in communication sciences and disorders, Fundamentals of Anatomy and Physiology of Speech, Language, and Hearing provides an accessible and visually engaging comprehensive introduction to the structures and functions of respiration, phonation, voice, articulation, resonance, swallowing, hearing, balance, neuroanatomy, and neurophysiology.

Authors Glen M. Tellis and M. Hunter Manasco use their experiences in the classroom to inform their approach to student learning. Each topic is concisely introduced in bullet-point form and then augmented with more detailed text, boxed content, illustrations, and tables. In addition to this easily manageable method of presenting information, the book also provides extensive supplementary material on a companion website. This technology-supported pedagogical approach allows students to review concepts via detailed study guides with anatomical labels, explore cadaver images, and view them as an extension of the textbook. This is the only text with real cadaver images from Anatomage’s 3D dissection table allowing an unparalleled glimpse into the anatomical structures of the human body, featuring true-to-life colors with an impressive level of detail. 

Drs. Tellis and Manasco’s active learning approach will encourage and challenge students to think deeply and critically about the anatomy and physiology related to speech, language, and hearing. This immersive and technology-centered process is intended to increase student comprehension, retention, performance, and enjoyment of the material. 

Key Features

  • Unique bullet-point format to increase comprehension and retention
  • 340+ color figures boost student engagement and include both anatomical illustrations and real human cadaver images from Anatomage’s 3D anatomy table
  • Chapter learning objectives to guide instruction
  • Boxed features with historical and cultural contexts
  • Bolded key terms and glossary
  • Content-aligned resources for instructors and students on a companion website 

PluralPlus Online Ancillaries

  • For instructors: PowerPoint slides, Test Bank, Image Bank
  • For students: Quizzes, Flashcards, Image Bank, Study Guides