A Coursebook on Language Disorders in Children
This is a coursebook written for courses on children's language disorders, their assesement and treatment. It is written for introductory courses on language disorders in children. It is based on several books including textbooks and journal articles on language disorders in children. The emphasis in on descriptive and clinical perspective. The coursebook makes it easier for instructors to expand the basic information provided here by including complex issues and theoretical perspectives.
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An Overview of Language
An Overview of Language Disorders in Children
Specific Language Impairment
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