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Mon Nov 5 2001

TOC: Clinical Linguistics & Phonetics, Vol.15, No.7

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Date: Mon, 5 Nov 2001 00:32:56 GMT
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Subject: TOC: Clinical Linguistics & Phonetics, Vol.15, No.7

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Clinical Linguistics & Phonetics, a journal from Taylor and Francis Ltd

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following articles:

 Editorial 501 - 503

 Clinical research with the prosody-voice screening profile 505 - 528
Jane L. McSweeny; Lawrence D. Shriberg

 Intonation issues in the speech of hearing impaired children:
analysis, transcription and remediation 529 - 550 Rosemary O'Halpin

 Dysprosody in Parkinson's disease: an investigation of intonation
patterns 551 - 566 Heike Penner; Nicholas Miller; Ingo Hertrich;
Hermann Ackermann; Friedrich Schumm

 Imitation of intonation contours by children with normal and
disordered language development 567 - 584 David Snow

 Fundamental frequency patterns in cerebral palsied speech 585 - 601
Jan Van Doorn; Christine Sheard


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