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Abstracts This paper reports the findings from a research project investigating a subgroup of specifically language‐impaired (SLI) children. The subgroup of SLI children consists of those characterised by persisting grammatical deficits in comprehension and expression of language. The paper...
Abstracts This paper reports the results of a small‐scale study of mother–child interactions using electro‐laryngography to measure mean, mode and range of fundamental frequency variation. The mother‐child results are compared with those obtained from recordings of the same subjects in...
Spoken Language Comprehension: An Experimental Approach to Disordered and Normal Processing By L K. Tyler. Cambridge. MA: MIT Press 1992. Pp. 292. $26.95. ISBN 0-262-20088-0. Deaf Students in Post Secondary Education Edited by Susan B. Foster and Gerard B. Walter. London: Routledge. 1992. $35.00...
Abstracts Although it is generally acknowledged that the right hemisphere plays some role in the recovery of language in aphasic patients, the exact nature of this role is still controversial. According to the model of right hemisphere language proposed by Zaidel, the right hemisphere should...
A survey of the functioning of the six communication aid centres (CACs) in England and Wales was undertaken. All CACs are specialist units drawing clients from a wide area of the country which means that referrals are more likely to come from outside, rather than from within the districts in...
Abstracts Singapore is extremely multilingual, a situation that presents many difficulties for speech and language therapists. A prevalent attitude of tolerance of language use appears to mask language disability in children, and referral rates are low. Singapour est caracterisé par un...
Book reviewed in this article: Spoken Language Comprehension: An Experimental Approach to Disordered and Normal Processing By L. K. Tyler. Deaf Students in Post Secondary Education Edited by Susan B. Foster and Gerard B. Walter. Stuttering Prevented By William H. Perkins. Child Phonology: A Book...
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