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International journal of language and communication disorders


Año 2016. Número 51 (6)

Review
Involvement of parents in intervention for childhood speech sound disorders: a review of the evidence
Eleanor Sugden Elise Baker Natalie Munro A. Lynn Williams
Research Reports
Narrative abilities of monolingual and bilingual children with and without language impairment: implications for clinical practice
Tessel Boerma Paul Leseman Mona Timmermeister Frank Wijnen Elma Blom
Prevalence of people who could benefit from augmentative and alternative communication (AAC) in the UK: determining the need
Sarah Creer Pamela Enderby Simon Judge Alex John
Telehealth delivery of Rapid Syllable Transitions (ReST) treatment for childhood apraxia of speech
Donna C. Thomas Patricia McCabe Kirrie J. Ballard Michelle Lincoln
Gender-related aspects of transmasculine people's vocal situations: insights from a qualitative content analysis of interview transcripts
David Azul
The Sally–Anne test: an interactional analysis of a dyadic assessment
Terhi Korkiakangas Katja Dindar Aarno Laitila Eija Kärnä
Addressing phonological memory in language therapy with clients who have Down syndrome: Perspectives of speech–language pathologists
Gayle G. Faught Frances A. Conners Angela B. Barber Hannah R. Price
Diagnostic accuracy of repetition tasks for the identification of specific language impairment (SLI) in bilingual children: evidence from Russian and Hebrew
Sharon Armon-Lotem Natalia Meir
Epistemic uncertainty: Turkish children with specific language impairment and their comprehension of tense and aspect
Tuba Yarbay Duman Seyhun Topbas
A conversation analytic study of patterns of overlapping talk in conversations between individuals with dementia and their frequent communication partners
Jessica A. Young Christopher Lind Willem van Steenbrugge
‘Just wait then and see what he does’: a speech act analysis of healthcare professionals’ interaction coaching with parents of children with autism spectrum disorders
Lindsay M. McKnight Mary-Pat O'Malley-Keighran Clare Carroll
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