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International journal of language and communication disorders


Año 2015. Número 50 (1)

Discussion
Improving communication outcomes for young offenders: a proposed response to intervention framework
Pamela C. Snow, Dixie D. Sanger, Laura M. Caire, Patricia A. Eadie and Teagan Dinslage
Reviews
Event- and interval-based measurement of stuttering: a review
Ana Rita S. Valente, Luis M. T. Jesus, Andreia Hall and Margaret Leahy
Transmasculine people's vocal situations: a critical review of gender-related discourses and empirical data
David Azul
Research Reports
Reconceptualizing practice with multilingual children with speech sound disorders: people, practicalities and policy
Sarah Verdon, Sharynne McLeod and Sandie Wong
Explaining pragmatic performance in traumatic brain injury: a process perspective on communicative errors
Francesca M. Bosco, Romina Angeleri, Katiuscia Sacco and Bruno G. Bara
Emotional and behavioural problems in children with language impairments and children with autism spectrum disorders
Tony Charman, Jessie Ricketts, Julie E. Dockrell, Geoff Lindsay and Olympia Palikara
Bilingual children with primary language impairment: 3 months after treatment
Giang Pham, Kerry Danahy Ebert and Kathryn Kohnert
Sentence repetition: what does the task measure?
Kamila Polisenská, Shula Chiat and Penny Roy
Verbal competence in narrative retelling in 5-year-olds with unilateral cleft lip and palate
Kristina Klintö, Eva-Kristina Salameh and Anette Lohmander
Short Reports
Developing a universal reading comprehension intervention for mainstream primary schools within areas of social deprivation for children with and without language-learning impairment: a feasibility study
Elspeth McCartney, James Boyle and Sue Ellis
Maternal responsiveness predicts child language at ages 3 and 4 in a community-based sample of slow-to-talk toddlers
Sophie Hudson, Penny Levickis, Kate Down, Ruth Nicholls and Melissa Wake
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