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The Transition From Graduate School to Speech-Language Pathologists in a Hospital SettingDavid Beukelman
The Future Need for Rehabilitative Services for Cochlear Implant PatientsKristina English
Speechreading Performance and Sensitivity to Facial Meaning: A Preliminary InvestigationJudith Bartels and Leelen Terrio
What's In an Error? Using Children's Wrong Responses As Language-Teaching OpportunitiesAnne van Kleeck and Alice Richardson
Group Therapy Revisited: Using Cooperative Learning Procedures in Speech-Language TherapyR. Jane Lieberman and Ann Michael
Introducing Augmentative Communication: Interactive Training StrategiesCaroline Musselwhite
On the Assessment of Productive Phonological KnowledgeJudith Gierut
Reading Disabilities and the Speech-Language PathologistAlan Kamhi and Hugh Catts
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