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International journal of language and communication disorders

Año 2011. Número 46 (5)

Investigating interactional competencies in Parkinson's disease: the potential benefits of a conversation analytic approach (pages 497–509)
Sarah Griffiths, Rebecca Barnes, Nicky Britten and Ray Wilkinson
Research Reports
Acquired dysarthria in conversation: Methods of resolving understandability problems
Steven Bloch and Ray Wilkinson
Why do people lose their friends after a stroke?
Sarah Northcott and Katerina Hilari
Objective eye-gaze behaviour during face-to-face communication with proficient alaryngeal speakers: a preliminary study
Paul Evitts and Robert Gallop
Botox® to reduce drooling in a paediatric population with neurological impairments: a Phase I study
Nicola Hay and Claire Penn
A cross-linguistic study of real-word and non-word repetition as predictors of grammatical competence in children with typical language development
Marco Dispaldro, Patricia Deevy, Gianmarco Altoé, Beatrice Benelli and Laurence B Leonard
Responsiveness of children with specific language impairment and maternal repairs during shared book reading
Chiara Barachetti and Manuela Lavelli
Maximizing health literacy and client recall in a developing context: speech–language therapist and client perspectives
Friderike Schmidt von Wühlisch and Michelle Pascoe
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