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Auditory Arousal in Preterm InfantsKay Lynn Copriviza and Cynthia Gayle Lima
Some Tips on Tape Recording Speech/Language SamplesGeorge Allen
Working With Language-Impaired Children: Problems/Issues Often Encountered But (Too) Rarely DiscussedBarry Prizant and Ellenmorris Tiegerman
How We Talk to Children: It's Theoretical and Clinical Implications Nan Bernstein Ratner
Speaking Without a Tongue Kristine MacKain
Recent Research on Sign Language Acquisition: Implications for Multihandicapped Hearing-Impaired ChildrenMichael Orlansky and John Bonvillian
Microcomputers: A Look Before You LeapFrederick Weiner
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