CICSD Journal – Volume 38, Spring 2011

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Anxiety Measures and Salivary Cortisol Responses in Preschool Children Who Stutter
Bianca van der Merwe and Michael P. Robb, University of Canterbury, Christchurch, New Zealand
John G. Lewis, Canterbury Health Laboratories, Christchurch, New Zealand
Tika Ormond, University of Canterbury

Professional Code of Ethics: The Case of Speech-Language Pathologists in Kuwait
Tareq Alshatti, Fauzia Abdalla, and Fatima Dikrallah, Kuwait University, Kuwait

Performance of Low-Income African American Boys and Girls on the PPVT–4: A Comparison of Receptive Vocabulary
Celeste Allison, Erica Robinson, Halley Hennington, and Ramesh Bettagere, Southeastern Louisiana University, Hammond

Cultural and Generational Factors Influencing Proverb Recognition
Janet E. Brown and Wilhelmina Y. Wright-Harp, Howard University, Washington, DC

Language Deficits and Behavior Problems in Children Placed in Alternate Education Settings
Jamie L. Fontenot, Sandra L. Hayes, and Clifton Frilot, Louisiana State University Health Sciences Center–Shreveport

Pragmatic Skills Used by Older Adults in Social Communication Health Care Contexts: Precursors to Health Literacy
Marisa I. Wengryn, The Sussex Consortium, Lewes, Delaware
Eva Jackson Hester, Towson University, Towson, Maryland

Patient Noncompliance With Swallowing Recommendations: Reports From Speech-Language Pathologists
Julia M. King and Katherine Ligman, University of Wisconsin–Stevens Point

The First Year of Professional Service in Speech-Language Pathology: Supervisory Role, Working Relationships, and Satisfaction With Supervision
Jennifer A. Ostergren, California State University, Long Beach

Ethical Dilemmas in Audiology
Ashleigh J. Callahan, Norman J. Lass, Kimberly L. Richards, Andrea B. Yost, Kristen S. Porter, Jessica J. Schrock, and Marissa D. Vetica , West Virginia University, Morgantown

Predicting Difficulties in Learning Phonetic Transcription: Phonemic Awareness Screening for Beginning Speech-Language Pathology Students
Gregory C. Robinson, Stacey L. Mahurin, and Barbara Justus, University of Arkansas at Little Rock and University of Arkansas for Medical Sciences