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NSSLHA: The Past, the Present, and the FutureAnthony J. Caruso
Survey of the Gradate School Admissions ProcessSusan A. Steffani and Dianne Slavin
Teaching Storytelling to a Group of Children With Learning Disabilities: A Look at Treatment OutcomesJoan S. Klecan-Aker, Lynn Flahive, and Sally Fleming
Clinical Measurement of Stuttering BehaviorsJ. Scott Yaruss
Contemporary Techniques for Establishing Fluency in the Treatment of Adults Who StutterLudo Max and Anthony J. Caruso
Working With Adult Foreign Accent: Strategies for InterventionAnna Marie Schmidt
Is There a Speech Discrimination/Perception Link to Disordered Articulation and Phonology? A Review of 80 Years of LiteratureGregory L. Lof and Stephen T. Synan
Low Birth weight and Developmental Delays: Research Issues in Communication Science and DisordersTracy Sherman and Brian B. Shulman
Prelinguistic Vocal Development: A Clinical PrimerPamela R. Mitchell
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