(Solved) A person sees a cat walk into the room and says, “CAT.” What has happened anatomically? In your paper, please describe the following ANATOMICAL sequence:

(Solved) A person sees a cat walk into the room and says, “CAT.” What has happened anatomically? In your paper, please describe the following ANATOMICAL sequence:

A person sees a cat walk into the room and says, “CAT.” What has happened anatomically?
In your paper, please describe the following ANATOMICAL sequence:
Inhalation: identify the muscles that increase the volume of the thoracic cavity; include the movement of the rib cage and external and internal intercostals and Boyle’s Law
Exhalation: identify the muscles that decrease the volume of the thoracic cavity since the person is saying CAT on exhalation
Phonation: discuss the vocal fold adduction and abduction necessary for production—define the Bernoulli Effect and the Venturi Tube Effect— note: the person has an open glottis for /k/ and /t/ since both sounds are voiceless and do not require phonation. All vowels are voices, so the production of the medial vowel will require vibration of the air stream—explain the vibration of the air stream to produce a voiced sound
Articulation: describe the lingual, mandibular and labial movement for all 3 phonemes /k/ /medial vowel /t/A person sees a cat walk into the room and says, “CAT.” What has happened anatomically?
In your paper, please describe the following ANATOMICAL sequence:
Inhalation: identify the muscles that increase the volume of the thoracic cavity; include the movement of the rib cage and external and internal intercostals and Boyle’s Law
Exhalation: identify the muscles that decrease the volume of the thoracic cavity since the person is saying CAT on exhalation
Phonation: discuss the vocal fold adduction and abduction necessary for production—define the Bernoulli Effect and the Venturi Tube Effect— note: the person has an open glottis for /k/ and /t/ since both sounds are voiceless and do not require phonation. All vowels are voices, so the production of the medial vowel will require vibration of the air stream—explain the vibration of the air stream to produce a voiced sound
Articulation: describe the lingual, mandibular and labial movement for all 3 phonemes /k/ /medial vowel /t/

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