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International journal of language and communication disorders

Año 2009. Número 44 (6)

The Communication Attitude Test (CAT-S): normative values for 220 Swedish children
Tove B. Johannisson; Susanna Wennerfeldt; Christina Havstam; Maria Naeslund; Kajsa Jacobson; Anette Lohmander pp 813-825
Direct versus indirect and individual versus group modes of language therapy for children with primary language impairment: principal outcomes from a randomized controlled trial and economic evaluation
James M. Boyle; Elspeth McCartney; Anne O'Hare; John Forbes pp 826-846
Accuracy of parent identification of stuttering occurrence
Jóhanna Einarsdóttir; Roger Ingham pp 847-863
Reading and spelling in children with severe speech and physical impairments: a comparative study
Martine Smith; Annika Dahlgren Sandberg; Maria Larsson pp 864-882
Why do speech and language therapists stay in, leave and (sometimes) return to the National Health Service (NHS)?
John Loan-Clarke; John Arnold; Crispin Coombs; Sara Bosley; Caroline Martin pp 883-900
Parent and self-ratings of executive function in adolescents with specific language impairment
Deanna M. Hughes; Lyn S. Turkstra; Beverly B. Wulfeck pp 901-916
Home literacy environment: characteristics of children with cerebral palsy
Marieke Peeters; Ludo Verhoeven; Hans van Balkom; Jan de Moor pp 917-940
Real-word repetition as a predictor of grammatical competence in Italian children with typical language development
Marco Dispaldro; Beatrice Benelli; Stefania Marcolini; Giacomo Stella pp 941-961
Comprehension of metaphor and metonymy in children with Williams syndrome
Dagmara Annaz; Jo Van Herwegen; Michael Thomas; Roza Fishman; Annette Karmiloff-Smith; Gabriella Rundblad pp 962-978
Qualitative study of the therapeutic relationship in speech and language therapy: perspectives of adults with acquired communication and swallowing disorders
Robert J. Fourie pp 979-999
Comparisons of stuttering frequency during and after speech initiation in unaltered feedback, altered auditory feedback and choral speech conditions
Tim Saltuklaroglu; Joseph Kalinowski; Mary Robbins; Stephen Crawcour; Andrew Bowers pp 1000-1017
The barriers perceived to prevent the successful implementation of evidence-based practice by speech and language therapists
Siobhan O'Connor; Catharine M. Pettigrew pp 1018-1035
Improved vocabulary production after naming therapy in aphasia: can gains in picture naming generalise to connected speech?
Paul Conroy; Karen Sage; Matt Lambon Ralph pp 1036-1062
Communicative gestures and vocabulary development in 36-month-old children with Down's syndrome
Laura Zampini; Laura D'Odorico pp 1063-1073
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