LINGUIST List 13.917

Tue Apr 2 2002

TOC: Clinical Linguistics & Phonetics, Vol.16 No.1

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

Message 1: Clinical Linguistics & Phonetics - New Issue Alert

Date: Mon, 01 Apr 2002 17:23:38 "GMT"
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Subject: Clinical Linguistics & Phonetics - New Issue Alert

 Clinical Linguistics & Phonetics - New Issue Alert 

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On the relation between mental representation and naming in a child with 
specific language impairment	
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Karla K. McGregor, Alison Appel

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Speech timing in children after the Lidcombe Program of early stuttering 
p. 21	
Mark Onslow, Sally Stocker, Ann Packman, et al.

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Levels of complexity in phonological disorders: evidence from Cantonese	
p. 35	
Stephanie F. Stokes

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Fast mapping of verbs by children with specific language impairment	
p. 59	
Julia A. Eyer, Laurence B. Leonard, Lisa M. Bedore, et al.

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