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Editor's PageJack S. Damico
Introduction to Filtering Lee Terrio and Stephen Oshrin
A Tutorial on Sociolinguistics for Speech-Language Pathologists: An Appreciation of Variation Janet Patterson
Empowering Nonvocal Populations: An Emerging ConceptSandy Damico
Treatment With Stimulant Medication as an Ethical Choice for Children Diagnosed With Attention Deficit Disorder/Attention Deficit Hyperactivity DisorderGretchen Johnson
Clinical Decision Making in Specific Language Impairment: Actual CasesRebecca McCauley and Nancy Baker
Distinguishing Quantitative and Qualitative Research Methods in Communication Sciences and Disorders Dana Kovarsky
Parents' Perception of the Effects of Ear Infections on Their Children's Speech-Language BehaviorKerry Thurnes and Anthony Caruso
Clinical Judgement: A Familiar Concept, But a Poorly understood ProcessNancy Records, Linda Jordan, and J. Bruce Tomblin
Cooperative Learning: New Rules for Students and ProfessorsDonald Mowrer
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