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International journal of language and communication disorders

Año 2006. Número 41 (1)

The need for self-report data in the assessment of stuttering therapy efficacy: repetitions and prolongations of speech. The stuttering syndrome
Vijaya Guntupalli; Joseph Kalinowski; Tim Saltuklaroglu pp 1-18
Resistance of grammatical impairment to computerized comprehension training in children with specific and non-specific language impairments
D. V. M. Bishop; C. V. Adams; S. Rosen pp 19-40
Exploring the effects of communication intervention for developmental pragmatic language impairments: a signal-generation study
Catherine Adams; Julian Lloyd; Catherine Aldred; Janet Baxendale pp 41-65
Early Years Centres for pre-school children with primary language difficulties: what do they cost, and are they cost-effective?
J. Law; J. E. Dockrell; E. Castelnuovo; K. Williams; B. Seeff; C. Normand pp 67-81
Perceptions of speech and language therapy amongst UK school and college students: implications for recruitment

Nan Greenwood; Jannet Wright; Christine Bithell pp 83-94
Systematic reviews and their application to research in speech and language therapy: a response to T. R. Pring's 'Ask a silly question: two decades of troublesome trials' (2004)
Zoe Garrett; James Thomas pp 95-105
Systematic reviews require a systematic approach to therapy research: a reply to Garrett and Thomas (2005)
Tim Pring pp 107-110
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