Human Communication Disorders: An Introduction
Allyn and Bacon, 1998 - Communicative disorders - 706 pages
The leading text for the introductory course taught at both undergraduate and graduate level. Contributions by the leading scholars in SLP/A. New chapter by Fred Spahr and Russ Malone on the profession and professional issues. Updated to reflect new information and research. Includes new pedagogical feaures and Personal perspectives by chapter authors.
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