The Handbook of Language and Speech Disorders (inbunden)
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The Handbook of Language and Speech Disorders (inbunden)

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Through contributions from leading experts in the fields ofcommunication science, The Handbook of Speech andLanguage Disorders presents a comprehensive survey detailingthe state of the art in speech, language, andcognitive/intellectual disorders. * Provides the first in-depth exploration of the rapidlyexpanding field of communication disorders * Examines the current debates, landmark studies, and centralthemes in the discipline, including analytical methods andassessment * Includes contributions from more than 20 leading scholars toprovide an extraordinary breadth of coverage of this growing,multi-disciplinary field * Features a foundations section that deals withissues of central importance to all research in the field,including social and practical considerations in classification anddiversity, genetic syndromes, and principles of assessment andintervention
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Organized in four sections, this handbook providesdetailed reviews of many common speech and language disorders. Thelast three sections cover familiar topics languagedisorders, speech disorders, cognitive/intellectual disorders.However, the introductory section, Foundations , isunique in that it addresses issues that are universal to any typeof disorder and its treatment, such as labeling, diversity,genetics, assessment, additional impairments, and more Recommended. CHOICE (February 2011)

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Jack S. Damico is the Doris B. Hawthorne Eminent Scholar inCommunicative Disorders and Special Education at the University ofLouisiana at Lafayette. He is co-editor of the Journal ofInteractional Research in Communication Disorders and he haspublished over 100 peer reviewed articles and chapters in the areasof language disorders in children, literacy, aphasia in adults,discourse studies, attention deficit hyperactivity disorder,language testing and qualitative methodologies. He has authored oredited 16 books, special journal issues, and manuals including Childhood Language Disorders (1995), Clinical Aphasiology:Future Directions (co-edited with Martin Ball, 2007),and Special Education Considerations for English LanguageLearners (co-authored with Else Hamayan, Barb Marler, andCristine Sanchez-Lopez, 2007). Nicole Muller is a Hawthorne-BoRSF Endowed Professorof Communicative Disorders at the University of Louisiana atLafayette. She is the founder-editor of the Journal ofMultilingual Communication Disorders, and is now a co-editor ofClinical Linguistics and Phonetics. She has authored andedited 10 books, and over 50 peer-reviewed articles and chapters.Among her recent books are Approaches to Discourse inDementia (co-authored with Jackie Guendouzi, 2005), andThe Handbook of Clinical Linguistics (co-edited withMartin J. Ball, Michael R. Perkins, and Sara Howard,Wiley-Blackwell, 2008). Martin J. Ball is Hawthorne-BoRSF Endowed Professor, andDirector of the Hawthorne Center for Research in CommunicativeDisorders, at the University of Louisiana at Lafayette. He isco-editor of the journal Clinical Linguistics and Phonetics,and has authored and edited over 25 books, 40 contributions tocollections, and some 80 refereed articles in academic journals.His most recent books are Clinical Sociolinguistics(Wiley-Blackwell, 2005), Phonetics for CommunicationDisorders (co-authored with Nicole Muller, 2005),Clinical Aphasiology: Future Directions (co-edited with JackDamico, 2007) and Critical Concepts in Clinical Linguistics(co-edited with Tom Powell, 2009).


List of Figures. Notes on Contributors. Introduction (Jack S. Damico, Nicole Muller and MartinJ. Ball). Part I Foundations. 1 Social and Practial Considerations in Labeling (JackS. Damico, Nicole Muller, and Martin J. Ball). 2 Diversity Considerations in Speech and Language Disorders(Brian A. Goldstein and Ramonda Horton-Ikard). 3 Intervention for Children with Auditory or Visual SensoryImpairments (Laura W. Kretschmer and Richard. R.Kretschmer). 4 Intelligibility Impairments (Megan Hodge and TaraWhitehill). 5 Genetic Syndromes and Communication Disorders (VesnaStojanovik). 6 Principles of Assessment and Intervention (Bonnie Brintonand Martin Fujiki). Part II Language Disorders. 7 Autism Spectrum Disorders: The State of the Art (John Mumaand Steven Cloud). 8 Delayed Language Development in Preschool Children (DeborahWeiss and Rhea Paul). 9 Specific Language Impairment (Sandra L. Gillam and Alan G.Kamhi). 10 Pragmatic Impairment (Michael R. Perkins). 11 Learning Disabilities (Robert Reid and LauraJacobson). 12 Reading and Reading Impairments (Jack S. Damico and RyanNelson). 13 Substance Abuse and Childhood Language Disorders (TrumanE. Coggins and John C. Thorne). 14 Aphasia (Chris Code). Part III Speech Disorders. 15 Children with Speech Sound Disorders (SaraHoward). 16 Dysarthria (Hermann Ackermann, IngoHertrich, and Wolfram Ziegler). 17 Apraxia of Speech (Adam Jacks and Donald A.Robin). 18 Augmentative and Alternative Communication: An Introduction(Kathryn D. R. Drager, Erinn F. Finke, and ElizabethC. Serpentine). 19 Fluency and Fluency Disorders (John A. Tetnowski andKathy Scaler Scott). 20 Describing Voice Disorders (Richard Morris and ArchieBernard Harmon). 21 Orofacial Anomalies (Jane Russell). 22 Speech Disorders Related to Head and Neck Cancer:Laryngectomy, Glossectomy, and Velopharyngeal and MaxillofacialDefects (Tim Bressmann). Part IV Cognitive and Intellectual Disorders. 23 ADHD and Communication Disorders (Carol Westby and SilvanaWatson). 24 Communication Deficits Associated with Right Hemisphere BrainDamage (Margaret Lehman Blake). 25 Traumatic Brain Injury (Jennifer Mozeiko, KarenLe, and Carl Coelho). 26 Dementia (Nicole Muller). Author Index. Subject Index.