Speech and language.... 5 by Norman Lass

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Darley, F. L. Auditory perception of sequenced words in apraxia of speech. Journal of Speech and Hearing Research, 1971, 14, 131-143. Benson, D. F. Fluency in aphasia: Correlation with radioactive scan localization. Cortex, 1967, 3, 373- 394. Developmental Apraxia of Speech 45 Benton, A. L. Minimal brain dysfunction from a neuropsychological point of view. Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, 1973, 205, 29-37. Blakeley, R. W. Screening test for developmental apraxia of speech. Tigard, Oregon: C.

Blumstein, S. Some phonological implications of aphasie speech. In H. Goodglass & S. ), Psycholinguistics and aphasia. Baltimore: Johns Hopkins Press, 1973. Pp. 123-137. Bosma, J. , Grossman, R. C , & Kavanagh, J. F.

Darley and Spriestersbach (1978) stated If we have been thorough and discriminating we have not merely labeled each child. We have arrived at a kind of classification which will be useful to us in sorting the children and assigning them to appropriate sections of our remedial program, (pp. 8-9) Arguing from a pragmatic viewpoint, it is difficult to see the value of diagnosis unless it provides information useful in the remedial process. This section will not describe the myriad of treatment regimes which have been proposed for children with developmental apraxia of speech.

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