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  1. Twenty-First Century Psycholinguistics

    Four Cornerstones

    Edited by Anne Cutler

    Psycholinguistics is an interdisciplinary field, and hence relationships are at its heart. First and foremost is the relationship between its two parent disciplines, psychology and linguistics, a relationship which has changed and advanced over the half century of the field's independent existence....

    Published May 1st 2013 by Routledge

  2. Current Issues in Developmental Disorders

    Edited by Chloë R. Marshall

    Series: Current Issues in Developmental Psychology

    Cognitive development in children is a highly complex process which, while remarkably resilient, can be disrupted in a variety of ways. This volume focuses on two types of neurodevelopmental disorder: syndromic conditions such as fragile X syndrome, Down syndrome, Williams syndrome and...

    Published August 14th 2012 by Psychology Press

  3. Communication Sciences and Disorders

    An Introduction to the Professions

    By Dale F. Williams

    Few activities can match the complexity of human communication. Given its intricacy, it is understandable that the process will not always work properly. When it doesn't, the effects can be devastating, given how much of everyday life depends on communicating with one another. Despite its...

    Published September 20th 2011 by Psychology Press

  4. Explaining Individual Differences in Reading

    Theory and Evidence

    Edited by Susan A. Brady, David Braze, Carol A. Fowler

    Series: New Directions in Communication Disorders Research

    Research into reading development and reading disabilities has been dominated by phonologically guided theories for several decades. In this volume, the authors of 11 chapters report on a wide array of current research topics, examining the scope, limits and implications of a phonological theory....

    Published April 18th 2011 by Psychology Press

  5. Therapeutic Processes for Communication Disorders

    A Guide for Clinicians and Students

    Edited by Robert J. Fourie

    Why do many people with disorders of communication experience a sense of demoralization? Do these subjective experiences have any bearing on how such problems should be treated? How can professionals dealing with speech, language, hearing and other communication disorders analyse and respond to the...

    Published November 26th 2010 by Psychology Press

  6. Infant Pathways to Language

    Methods, Models, and Research Directions

    Edited by John Colombo, Peggy McCardle, Lisa Freund

    The recent progress in cognitive neuroscience, and the importance of genetic factors and gene-environment interactions in shaping behavioral functions in early childhood, have both underscored the primacy of early experience and development on brain development and function. The contributors to...

    Published October 15th 2008 by Psychology Press

  7. Handbook of Child Language Disorders

    Edited by Richard G. Schwartz

    The Handbook of Child Language Disorders provides an in-depth, comprehensive, and state-of-the-art review of current research concerning the nature, assessment, and remediation of language disorders in children. The book includes chapters focusing on specific groups of childhood...

    Published September 9th 2008 by Psychology Press

  8. Understanding Developmental Language Disorders

    From Theory to Practice

    Edited by Courtenay Frazier Norbury, J. Bruce Tomblin, Dorothy V.M. Bishop

    Developmental language disorders (DLD) occur when a child fails to develop his or her native language often for no apparent reason. Delayed development of speech and/or language is one of the most common reasons for parents of preschool children to seek the advice of their family doctor. Although...

    Published July 1st 2008 by Psychology Press

  9. Mind, Brain, and Language

    Multidisciplinary Perspectives

    Edited by Marie T. Banich, Molly Mack

    Much of the groundbreaking work in many fields is now occurring at the intersection of traditional academic disciplines. This development is well demonstrated in this important and unique volume, which offers a multidisciplinary view of current findings and cutting-edge issues involving the...

    Published June 1st 2003 by Psychology Press

  10. The New Psychology of Language

    Cognitive and Functional Approaches To Language Structure, Volume II

    Edited by Michael Tomasello

    From the point of view of psychology and cognitive science, much of modern linguistics is too formal and mathematical to be of much use. The newly emerging approaches to language termed, "Functional and Cognitive Linguistics," however, are much less formally oriented. Instead, functional and...

    Published November 1st 2002 by Psychology Press