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by Betty Jane Philips,Dennis M. Ruscello
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Medicine & Health Sciences
  • Author:
    Betty Jane Philips,Dennis M. Ruscello
  • ISBN:
    0750696753
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    Butterworth-Heinemann (December 16, 1997)
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    400 pages
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by Betty Jane Philips (Author), Dennis M. Ruscello (Author). in Books Medical Books Allied Health Professions Audiology & Speech Pathology.

by Betty Jane Philips (Author), Dennis M. ISBN-13: 978-0750696753.

Country of Publication: United States. Publisher: Boston : n, c1998. Description: x, 361 p. : ill.

Betty Jane Philips, Dennis M. Ruscello. It presents both diagnostic procedures and the implications of the findings for selection of treatment.

It presents both diagnostic procedures and the implications of the findings for selection of treatment. ISBN13: 9780750696753.

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Speech is abnormal when it deviates so far from the speech of other people that it calls attention to itself, interferes with communication, or causes the speaker or his listeners to be distressed. Speech signal may call attention to itself yet be appropriate Culturally "normal". Examples of communication difference. Accents and dialects AAE English (Dialect) Person from Boston's speech (Accent).

Differential Diagnosis in Speech-Language Pathology is a clinical reference to be used by clinicians when treating patients with speech and language disorders. It presents both diagnostic procedures and the implications of the findings for selection of treatment. Each chapter defines and discusses a communication disorder, such as aphasia or fluency disorders, and provides the clinician with information on how to determine the appropriate treatment. Case studies show readers how the authors have successfully implemented the diagnostic techniques and treatment options explained in the chapters.