ラウトレッジ版 コミュニケーション障害ハンドブック<br>Routledge Handbook of Communication Disorders

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ラウトレッジ版 コミュニケーション障害ハンドブック
Routledge Handbook of Communication Disorders

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  • 製本 Hardcover:ハードカバー版/ページ数 138 p.
  • 言語 ENG
  • 商品コード 9780415821025
  • DDC分類 616.855

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The Routledge Handbook of Communication Disorders provides an update on key issues and research in the clinical application of the speech, language and hearing sciences in both children and adults. Focusing on areas of cutting edge research, this handbook showcases what we know about communication disorders, and their assessment and treatment. It emphasizes the application of theory to clinical practice throughout, and is arranged by the four key bases of communication impairments: * Neural/Genetic Bases * Perceptual-Motor Bases * Cognitive-Linguistic Bases * Socio-Cultural Bases. The handbook ends with an integrative section, which looks at innovative ways of working across domains to arrive at novel assessment and treatment ideas. It is an important reference work for researchers, students and practitioners working in communication science and speech and language therapy.

Table of Contents

Author biographies                                 xi
Introduction: rethinking the accepted wisdom in 1 (8)
communication disorders
Ruth Huntley Bahr
Elaine R. Silliman
Section I Genetic, neurobiological and 9 (92)
neurophysiological systems of communication
impairments
1 (A)typical language development: genetic 11 (11)
and environmental influences
Natalia Rakhlin
Elena L. Gngorenko
2 Neural network mechanisms of adult language 22 (12)
Stephen E. Nadeau
3 Reading impairment: from behavior to brain 34 (12)
Willy Serniclaes
Liliane Sprenger-Charolles
4 Brain imaging studies of developmental 46 (10)
stuttering: a review
Luc De Nil
Deryk Beal
5 Speech and language disorders in children 56 (11)
with craniofacial malformations
Robert J. Shprintzen
6 Neurophysiology and voice production 67 (11)
Eileen M. Finnegan
7 Neural control of swallowing and treatment 78 (12)
of motor impairments in dysphagia
Aarthi Madhavan
Nancy J. Haak
Giselle D. Camaby
Michael A. Crary
8 Neuropharmacologic approaches to aphasia 90 (11)
rehabilitation
Marcelo L. Berthier
Guadalupe Davila
Maria Jose Torres-Prioris
Section II Perceptual-motor systems of 101(70)
communication impairments
9 Oral sensorimotor development: research and 103(11)
treatment
Steven M. Barlow
Austin Oder Rosner
10 Perceptual processing of speech in infancy 114(10)
Barbara T. Conboy
Alexis Bosseler
11 Developmental models of childhood apraxia 124(10)
of speech
Ben A.M. Maassen
12 Speech recognition skills of children with 134(11)
cochlear implants
Laurie S. Eisenberg
Dianne Hammes Ganguly
Karen C. Johnson
Amy S. Martinez
Nae-Yuh Wang
13 Instrumental analysis of atypical speech 145(15)
Sara Howard
Barry Heselwood
14 Contemporary issues in dysarthria 160(11)
Kris Tjaden
Jennifer Lam
Lynda Feenaughty
Section III Cognitive and linguistic-discourse 171(118)
systems of communication impairments
15 What bilingualism tells us about 173(10)
phonological acquisition
Elena Babatsouli
David Ingram
16 Information processing in children with 183(10)
specific language impairment
James W. Montgomery
Ronald B. Gillam
Julia L. Evans
17 Spelling strategies and word formation 193(11)
processes: evidence from developmental and
spelling ability data
Ruth Huntley Bahr
18 Literacy development: the interdependent 204(11)
roles of oral language and reading
comprehension
Kate Cain
19 Child word finding: differential diagnosis 215(11)
guides comprehensive intervention
Diane J. German
20 The person behind the written language 226(11)
learning disability
Kerri Wingert
Roxana Del Campo
Virginia Berninger
21 Vocabulary and grammatical profiles and 237(10)
relevant interventions for adolescents with
Down syndrome
Lizbeth H. Finestack
22 Beyond the Theory of Mind Hypothesis: 247(11)
using a causal model to understand the nature
and treatment of multiple deficits in Autism
Spectrum Disorder
Tiffany L. Hutchins
Patricia A. Prelock
23 Language and the speaking mind: brain in 258(10)
stuttering
Nathan D. Maxfield
24 Linguistic disruption in primary 268(10)
progressive aphasia, frontotemporal
degeneration and Alzheimer's disease
Amanda Garcia
Jamie Reilly
25 Word retrieval impairment in adult aphasia 278(11)
Myrna F. Schwartz
Erica L. Middleton
Roy Hamilton
Section IV Social interactional systems of 289(90)
communication impairments
26 Two challenges of the academic language 291(12)
register for students with language learning
disabilities
Elaine R. Silliman
Louise C. Wilkinson
27 African American children's early language 303(10)
and literacy learning in the context of
spoken dialect variation
Nicole Patton Terry
Megan C. Brown
Adrienne Stuckey
28 Treatment approaches for second language 313(11)
learners with primary language impairment
Kathryn Kohnert
29 Second language literacy learning and 324(11)
social identity: a focus on writing
Robin L. Danzak
30 Continuities in the development of social 335(10)
communication: triadic interactions and
language development in children with autism
spectrum disorder
Julie Longard
Chris Moore
31 Emotional intelligence and treatment 345(10)
outcomes in children with language impairment
Bonnie Brinton
Martin Fujiki
32 Social participation and aphasia 355(12)
Madeline Cruice
33 Bilingualism and aphasia 367(12)
Mira Goral
Section V Reaching toward systems 379(38)
interdependence
34 Interaction of motor and language factors 381(12)
in the development of speech production
Meredith Saletta
Allison Gladfelter
Janet Vuolo
Lisa Goffman
35 Neuro/cognitive and sociocultural 393(11)
perspectives on language and literacy
disabilities: moving from parallel play to
productive cooperation
C. Addison Stone
36 Communication as distributed cognition: 404(13)
novel theoretical and methodological
approaches to disruptions in social
communication following acquired brain injury
Melissa C. De
Bilge Mutlu
Lindsey J. Byom
Lyn S. Turkstra
Index 417