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Speech-Language Pathology: Books & Encyclopedias

Resources & assistance for speech/language research (Communication Sciences & Disorders.)

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Adolescent & Child Speech Disorder Issues

Aphasia

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Miscellaneous Speech Language and Voice E-Books

Analysis of neurogenic disorders discourse production: from theory to practice. Anthony Kong. Routledge, 2016.

Case studies in communication sciences and disorders, 2 ed Dennis C. Tanner. SLACK Incorporated, 2017.

Clinical research methods in speech-language pathology and audiology. David L. Irwin, Norman J. Lass, Mary Pannbacker, Mary Ellen Koay, Jennifer S. Whited. Plural, 2020.

Cognitive-communication disorders of MCI and dementia : definition, assessment, and clinical management. Kathryn Bayles, Kimberly McCullough, Cheryl Tomoeda. Plural, 2020.

Comprehensive guide to autism. Patel, Preedy, Martin, eds. 2014.

Contemporary and emergent theories of agrammatism : a neurolinguistic approach. Judit Druks. Routledge, 2017.

Handbook of rehabilitation psychology. Lisa A. Brenner, Stephanie A. Reid-Arndt, Timothy R. Elliott, Robert G. Frank, and Bruce Caplan, eds. 3 ed. American Psychological Association, 2019.

Medical setting considerations for the speech-language pathologist. Spencer, Kristie A.and Daniels, Jacqueline, eds.Plural, 2020.

Merck Manuals (Professional edition) Ear, Nose and Throat Disorders 2018/2020. Intended for educational but NOT clinical purposes. If you wish to reuse any of the material publicly, please read the Permission page at https://www.merckmanuals.com/professional/content/permissions

Practice Settings

Online Encyclopedias related to Communication Sciences & Disorders

Journal articles deal with very narrow, very specific aspects of a topic.. If you find 5 articles, each presenting a narrow study, it's often hard to see how they fit together and what question they are all trying to answer.

Encyclopedia articles and books can give you overviews of your topic so are often either a good starting place or a good guide to pulling those disparate articles together.. Subject-specific encyclopedias contain articles written by experts in their fields and should put your idea or question into a historical, research, or social context. They will also lead you to further references.

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