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Would You Tell Me Please, Which Way I Ought to Walk From Here:Wonderland or Looking Glass?David Yoder
Syllable Structure and Fricative Simplification Patterns in Hearing-Impaired Children M. LeAnn Blocker and Marcia Weber-Olsen
The Roles of Education and Experience in the Perceived Competence of Public School Speech-Language PathologistsRebecca Root and Gerald Culton
Stuttering: In Search of RootsVishnu Sujanani
In Search of the Otitis Media-Speech ConnectionLawrence Shriberg
Doctor, Lawyer, Indian Chief: Care of the Noncelebrity Professional Speaker Celia Hooper
A Model for the Assessment of Communication Disorders of Infants and Toddlers Rhea Paul
Fuctionalism: Clinical ImplicationsJohn Muma
Competing Bases of Language Impairment in Children Michael Casby
Evaluating Client Progress and Program Effectiveness Marsha Ritchie Harris and Janice Lougeay-Mottinger
Audiological Screening in the Schools: Where are We Today?Gregg Givens and W. Garett Hume
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