Introduction to Communication Disorders: A Multicultural Approach
Charlena M. Seymour, E. Harris Nober
Butterworth-Heinemann, 1998 - Medical - 314 pages
Charlena Seymour and Harris Nober have gathered a group of communication disorders experts to write a basic textbook that provides the undergraduate student with a comprehensive introduction to the field. While the book is intended as a text for communication disorders majors, it is also useful for non-majors who need background information to enhance their own disciplines.
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Professional Collaboration and Management
Language Structure and Function
Childrens Language Development
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