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International journal of language and communication disorders

Año 2016. Número 51 (1)

The state of the art in non-pharmacological interventions for developmental stuttering. Part 2: qualitative evidence synthesis of views and experiences
Maxine Johnson, Susan Baxter, Lindsay Blank, Anna Cantrell, Shelagh Brumfitt, Pam Enderby and Elizabeth Goyder
Research Report
Gesture development in toddlers with an older sibling with autism
Eve Sauer LeBarton and Jana M. Iverson
Marking of verb tense in the English of preschool English–Mandarin bilingual children: evidence from language development profiles within subgroups on the Singapore English Action Picture Test
Chris Brebner, Paul McCormack and Susan Rickard Liow
Five heads are better than one: preliminary results of team-based learning in a communication disorders graduate course
Baila Epstein
The relationship between phonological short-term memory, receptive vocabulary, and fast mapping in children with specific language impairment
Emily Jackson, Suze Leitao and Mary Claessen
Prosodic skills in children with Down syndrome and in typically developing children
Laura Zampini, Mirco Fasolo, Maria Spinelli, Paola Zanchi, Chiara Suttora and Nicoletta Salerni
Assessing attentional biases with stuttering
Robyn Lowe, Ross Menzies, Ann Packman, Sue O'Brian, Mark Jones and Mark Onslow
Young offenders’ perspectives on their literacy and communication skills
Thomas Hopkins, Judy Clegg and Joy Stackhouse
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