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Advances in Speech-language Pathology

Speech-language pathology has different practice and research histories, standards, methods, and challenges in different countries and regions. Awareness of these different realities may contribute to the scientific development of the field and improve the services delivered to different populations. Sharing solutions to similar problems in different contexts can increase evidence-based practice that is relevant in specific situations. The aim of this book was to build a panel of contributions from different countries and several areas of research. Authors were invited to contribute with their newest conclusions and results about the themes they considered most relevant. The result includes discussions about new theoretical trends, research results, and new proposals for assessment and intervention.

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Advances in Speech-language PathologyEdited by Fernanda Fernandes

Published: September 13th 2017

DOI: 10.5772/66241

ISBN: 978-953-51-3510-4

Print ISBN: 978-953-51-3509-8

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1. Discourse: Assessment and Therapy

By Lucy T. Dipper and Madeleine Pritchard

425

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2. Formulaic Language: The Building Block of Aphasic Speech

By Annamária Győrfi

265

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3. Russian Scientific Trends on Specific Language Impairment in Childhood

By Tatiana Tumanova and Tatiana Filicheva

230

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4. Phonological Problems in Spanish-Speaking Children

By María Mercedes Pavez and Carmen Julia Coloma

253

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5. Swallowing Disorders in Newborn and Small Children

By Daniele Farneti and Elisabetta Genovese

286

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6. Reading Disorders and the Role of Speech-Language Pathologists

By Ana Luiza Navas, Tais Ciboto and Juliana Postigo Amorina Borges

362

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7. Comorbidity of Motor and Sensory Functions in Childhood Motor Speech Disorders

By Helena Björelius and Şermin Tükel

366

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8. Information and Impression Regarding ASD Questionnaire Answered by Foreigners Living in Brazil

By Cibelle Albuquerque de la Higuera Amato, Daniela Regina Molini- Avejonas and Cristina de Andrade Varanda

261

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9. Comparison of the Results of Token Test and Sentence Comprehension Test in Pre‐school Czech Children with Typical Language Development and with Speech‐Language Disorders

By Renata Mlčáková

226

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10. Speech Impairment, Phonation, Writing, Salivation, and Swallowing in Patients with Parkinson’s Disease

By Goran Savić

225

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11. Response Behaviors in Conversational Speech among Japanese- and English-Speaking Parents and Their Toddlers

By Yuko Yamashita

170

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12. Variables That Influence Articulation Accuracy in Children with Down Syndrome and Specific Language Disorder: Similarities and Differences

By Miriam Zarzo-Benlloch, José F. Cervera-Mérida and Amparo Ygual- Fernández

218

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13. Cross-Cultural Adaption of the GRBAS and CAPE-V Scales for Portugal and a New Training Programme for Perceptual Voice Evaluation

By Luis M.T. Jesus, Ana Inês Tavares and Andreia Hall

265

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14. The Advanced Voice Function Assessment Databases (AVFAD): Tools for Voice Clinicians and Speech Research

By Luis M.T. Jesus, Inês Belo, Jessica Machado and Andreia Hall

247

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15. Risk Factors for Speech-Language Pathologies in Children

By Daniela Regina Molini-Avejonas, Laís Vignati Ferreira and Cibelle Albuquerque de La Higuera Amato

255

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16. Evidence for Speech Sound Disorder (SSD) Assessment

By Haydée Fiszbein Wertzner, Danira T. Francisco, Tatiane F. Barrozo and Luciana O. Pagan-Neves

263

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17. Superhero Costumes as a Method for Treating Children with Selective Mutism: A Case Study

By Nada Yousef Alrabiah

241

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18. Remote Speech-Language Intervention, with the Participation of Parents of Children with Autism

By Milene Rossi Pereira Barbosa and Fernanda Dreux Miranda Fernandes

236

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19. Recovery from Diffuse Brain Injuries: Two Case Studies

By Alejandro E. Brice and Roanne G. Brice

212

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20. Intervention Program for Brazilian Children with Language Delay

By Camilla Guarnieri and Simone Aparecida Lopes-Herrera

269

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21. The Role of Speech and Language Therapist in Autism Spectrum Disorders Intervention – An Inclusive Approach

By Kateřina Vitásková and Lucie Kytnarová

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