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International journal of language and communication disorders

Año 2004. Número 39 (1)

When novel sentences spoken or heard for the first time in the history of the universe are not enough: toward a dual-process model of language
Diana Van Lancker Sidtis pp 1-44
Pragmatic language impairment and social deficits in Williams syndrome: a comparison with Down's syndrome and specific language impairment
Glynis Laws; Dorothy Bishop pp 45-64
Developmental perspectives on bilingual Swedish-Arabic children with and without language impairment: a longitudinal study
Eva-Kristina Salameh; Gisela Håkansson; Ulrika Nettelbladt pp 65-90
Investigations of the impact of altered auditory feedback in-the-ear devices on the speech of people who stutter: initial fitting and 4-month follow-up
Andrew Stuart; Joseph Kalinowski; Michael Rastatter; Tim Saltuklaroglu; Vikram Dayalu pp 93
Sentence comprehension in children with specific language impairment: effects of input rate and phonological working memory
James Montgomery pp 115-133
Becoming a manual occupation? The construction of a therapy manual for use with language impaired children in mainstream primary schools

Elspeth McCartney; James Boyle; Susan Bannatyne; Emma Jessiman; Cathy Campbell; Cherry Kelsey; Jennifer Smith; Anne O'Hare pp 135-148
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