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International journal of language and communication disorders


Año 2015. Número 50 (6)

Discussion
Assessment and treatment of short-term and working memory impairments in stroke aphasia: a practical tutorial
Christos Salis, Helen Kelly and Chris Code
Reviews
Inferential comprehension of 3–6 year olds within the context of story grammar: a scoping review
Paméla Filiatrault-Veilleux, Caroline Bouchard, Natacha Trudeau and Chantal Desmarais
Working with culturally and linguistically diverse students and their families: perceptions and practices of school speech–language therapists in the United States
Christine A. Maul
Language difficulties and criminal justice: the need for earlier identification
Karen Bryan, Gillian Garvani, Juliette Gregory and Karen Kilner
Research Reports
Making sense of it: a brief programme to improve reading comprehension in adolescents with language impairments in main stream school
Aileen Wright, Siobhán Mitchell, Anne O'Donoghue, Suzanne Cowhey and Mairead Kearney
The participants’ perspective: how biographic–narrative intervention influences identity negotiation and quality of life in aphasia
Sabine Corsten, Erika J. Schimpf, Jürgen Konradi, Annerose Keilmann and Friedericke Hardering
Story retelling and language ability in school-aged children with cerebral palsy and speech impairment
Ann Nordberg, Annika Dahlgren Sandberg and Carmela Miniscalco
Multiple repair sequences in everyday conversations involving people with Parkinson's disease
Sarah Griffiths, Rebecca Barnes, Nicky Britten and Ray Wilkinson
Oral narratives in monolingual and bilingual preschoolers with SLI
Stefano Rezzonico, Xi Chen, Patricia L. Cleave, Janice Greenberg, Kathleen Hipfner-Boucher, Carla J. Johnson, Trelani Milburn, Janette Pelletier, Elaine Weitzman and Luigi Girolametto
Short Report
Examining the quality of phonological representations in Anindilyakwa children in Australia
Janet Fletcher, John Hogben, Roslyn Neilson, Rhoda Dugurruru Lalara and Corinne Reid
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