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Perspective on StutteringMartin R. Adams
Issues for Students to Consider in Evaluating the Benefits of Pursuing Doctoral Education in Communication Sciences and DisordersDebra Busacco
A Case Study: The Effects of Teaching Story Grammar Through Visual Symbols to Two Students With Language and Learning DisabilitiesJulie Owen Shelton
"You Know, I just Don't Know What Else You'd Do": Five Speech-Language Pathologists' Perspectives on Children's Literature in Language InterventionTeresa A. Ukrainetz and Adair R. Trujillo
A Clinical Tutorial: Tinnitus and its RemediationMelissa A. Midkiff and Laurel A. Christensen
Performance of Preschool Children on Two Hearing Screening ProtocolsSridhar Krishnamurti, John W. Hawks, and Irvin J. Gerling
Helping Parents Address Attitudinal and Emotional Factors With Young Children Who StutterKenneth J. Logan and J. Scott Yaruss
Address Forms and Their Implications in Communications Sciences and Disorders University ProgramsHolly Harris, Vicki McCready, and David Herr
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