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Mon Jul 29 2002

TOC: Clinical Linguistics & Phonetics, Vol.16 No.5

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  1. SARA Alerting, Clinical Linguistics & Phonetics - New Issue Alert

Message 1: Clinical Linguistics & Phonetics - New Issue Alert

Date: Sun, 28 Jul 2002 23:57:31 "GMT"
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Subject: Clinical Linguistics & Phonetics - New Issue Alert

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A transcription toolkit: theoretical and clinical considerations	
p. 299	
Nicole M�ller, Jack S. Damico

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The base layer and the gaze/gesture layer of transcription	
p. 317	
Jack S. Damico, Nina N. Simmons-Mackie

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Transcribing disordered speech: the segmental and prosodic layers	
p. 329	
Martin J. Ball, Joan Rahilly

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Transcribing discourse: interactions with Alzheimer's disease	
p. 345	
Nicole M�ller, Jacqueline A. Guendouzi

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The clinical analysis layer of transcription	
p. 361	
John A. Tetnowski, Thomas C. Franklin

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Learning and teaching phonetic transcription for clinical purposes	
p. 371	
Sara J. Howard, Barry C. Heselwood

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