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Chronological Age Judgments of Elderly Speakers: The Effects of Listeners' AgeBrock D. Eppley and Peter B. Mueller
A Survey of Neuroanatomy/Neurological Function Instruction in ASHA-Accredited Training ProgramsChristy L. Thompson
Relationships Between Vocabulary Size and Spoken Word Recognition in Children Aged 3 to 70Benjamin Munson
Supervisors' Perceptions of African American Verbal EnglishLewis A. Carter and Linda McCabe Smith
P300 Auditory Event-Related Potentials in Binaural and Competing Noise Conditions in Adults With Central Auditory Processing DisordersSridhar Krishnamurti
Please Respect Patient ConfidentialityTherese M. O'Neil-Pirozzi
A Case Study of Progressive Auditory NeuropathyIrvin J. Gerling
Media-Based Speech Models for Children: Are There Gender Differences?G. G. Abkarian
A Needs Assessment: Perceptions and Practices of Student Speech-Language Clinicians Regarding Parental InvolvementLaura M. Justice and Helen K. Ezell
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