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The Evolution of the Auditory System: A TutorialElizabeth Hester
Pediatric Nonorganic Hearing Loss: Psychosocial Issues and ManagementZarin Mehta and Rachel Martindale
Relative Speech Timing in Parkinson DiseaseAlexander M. Goberman and Jessica McMillan
Gestures Produced by Patients With Aphasia and Ideomotor ApraxiaBeth L. Macauley and Candace L. Handley
Verbal Working Memory Skills of Children Who Stutter: A Preliminary InvestigationJamie Reilly and Joseph Donaher
Case Studies of Sentence Complement Training and False Belief PerformanceCarol A. Miller and Sandy E. Verrilli
Pretreatment Stimulability and Percentage of Consonants Correct as Predictors of Across-Phoneme GeneralizationCari B. Flint and Janis Costello Ingham
Clinicians' Questioning Behavior: Achieving Intellectual Intimacy in a Postmodern Professional EraDavid A. Shapiro and Nelson Moses
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