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Pragmatic Disability in Children. Assessment and Intervention

  • ID: 2223141
  • Book
  • October 1991
  • Region: Global
  • 248 Pages
  • John Wiley and Sons Ltd
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Pragmatics has become an increasingly important topic in speech therapy. This book presents its material in a form accessible to practitioners and addresses the applied areas of most concern to speech therapists.
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Preface.

General Preface.

Chapter 1 Introducing pragmatic disability.

Chapter 2 Pragmatics and the study of language use.

Chapter 3 Studing pragmatic disability.

Chapter 4 Pragmatic ability in children: development and disorders.

Chapter 5 Explaining pragmatic disability: linguistic and pragmatic factors.

Chapter 6 Alternative explanations.

Chapter 7 Assessing pragmatic disability.

Chapter 8 Future directions.

References.

Index.

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Michael McTear
Gina Conti–Ramsden
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