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An "Open Letter": The Long Battle for the LightCarol Prutting
The Assessment of Morphological Production Utilizing Two Language Sampling ProceduresChristy Rew and David Irwin
Verbal Interaction Patterns in Supervisory Conferences: A Preliminary InvestigationDiane Shattuck-Hansen, Kathleen Kennedy and Pamela Laikko
From Articulation to Phonology: A Change in PerspectiveMary Elbert
A Pratical Guide to Training Parents of Children with Otitis MediaKay Garrard and Bertha Clark
Categorization, Language Learning, and Early Language InterventionKenneth Roberts
Clinical Supervision: A Process in ProgressDavid Shapiro
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