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Author(s):
Mishra, Avinash
Date:
2017
Subject:
Cerebral palsied children, Food habits--Physiological aspects, Airway (Medicine), Respiratory therapy for children, Cerebral palsy, Speech therapy
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Garcia, Felicidad Marcia
Date:
2017
Subject:
Linguistics, Neurosciences, African Americans--Language, Evoked potentials (Electrophysiology)
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Author(s):
Obermeyer, Jessica Ann
Date:
2017
Subject:
Speech therapy, Psychology, Aphasic persons--Language, English language--Study and teaching
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Author(s):
Randazzo, Melissa
Date:
2016
Subject:
Electroencephalography--Data processing, Speech perception, Apraxia, Speech therapy, Neurosciences
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Author(s):
Baigorri, Miriam
Date:
2016
Subject:
English language--Vowels, English language--Study and teaching--Spanish speakers, Second language acquisition, Bilingualism, Speech therapy
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Author(s):
Avery, Trey
Date:
2016
Subject:
Mindfulness (Psychology), Children, Neurosciences, Education, Cognitive psychology
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Author(s):
Green, Heather Lee
Date:
2016
Subject:
Specific language impairment in children, Speech, Oral communication, Autism, Autism in children, Autistic people--Language, Autism spectrum disorders, Special education, Neurosciences
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Author(s):
Cassel, Stacy Gallese
Date:
2016
Subject:
Medical care, Telecommunication in medicine, Medical technology, Speech therapy--Methodology, Speech therapy, Speech therapy--Practice, Deglutition disorders
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Author(s):
Malatra, Ioanna
Date:
2016
Subject:
Respiratory muscles, Deglutition, Speech therapy, Medicine
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Author(s):
Moya-Gale, Gemma
Date:
2016
Subject:
Spanish language, Speech, Intelligibility of, Articulation disorders, Parkinson's disease--Patients, Speech therapy
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