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    1. Miller, CA; Kail, R; Leonard, LB; Tomblin, JB
      Speed of processing in children with specific language impairment

      JOURNAL OF SPEECH LANGUAGE AND HEARING RESEARCH
    2. Windsor, J; Milbrath, RL; Carney, EJ; Rakowski, SE
      General slowing in language impairment: Methodological considerations in testing the hypothesis

      JOURNAL OF SPEECH LANGUAGE AND HEARING RESEARCH
    3. McLeod, S; van Doorn, J; Reed, VA
      Normal acquisition of consonant clusters

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF SPEECH-LANGUAGE PATHOLOGY
    4. Cavell, TA
      Updating our approach to parent training. I: The case against targeting noncompliance

      CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY-SCIENCE AND PRACTICE
    5. Hyman, R; Oliver, C
      Causal explanations, concern and optimism regarding self-injurious behaviour displayed by individuals with Cornelia de Lange syndrome: the parents' perspective

      JOURNAL OF INTELLECTUAL DISABILITY RESEARCH
    6. Kehoe, MM; Stoel-Gammon, C
      Development of syllable structure in English-speaking children with particular reference to rhymes

      JOURNAL OF CHILD LANGUAGE
    7. Pollock, KE; Berni, MC
      Transcription of vowels

      TOPICS IN LANGUAGE DISORDERS
    8. James, DGH
      An item analysis of Australian English words for an articulation and phonological test for children aged 2 to 7 years

      CLINICAL LINGUISTICS & PHONETICS
    9. Evans, JL; Alibali, MW; McNeil, NM
      Divergence of verbal expression and embodied knowledge: Evidence from speech and gesture in children with specific language impairment

      LANGUAGE AND COGNITIVE PROCESSES
    10. Southam-Gerow, MA; Kendall, PC; Weersing, VR
      Examining outcome variability: Correlates of treatment response in a childand adolescent anxiety clinic

      JOURNAL OF CLINICAL CHILD PSYCHOLOGY
    11. Hemphill, SA; Littlefield, L
      Evaluation of a short-term group therapy program for children with behavior problems and their parents

      BEHAVIOUR RESEARCH AND THERAPY
    12. Hua, Z; Dodd, B
      Phonological systems of a set of Putonghua-speaking twins

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF LANGUAGE & COMMUNICATION DISORDERS
    13. Hirschman, M
      Language repair via metalinguistic means

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF LANGUAGE & COMMUNICATION DISORDERS
    14. Adams, AM; Gathercole, SE
      Limitations in working memory: implications for language development

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF LANGUAGE & COMMUNICATION DISORDERS
    15. Marinho, ML; Silvares, EFD
      Assessment of the effectiveness of a group parents training program

      PSICOLOGIA CONDUCTUAL
    16. Boudreau, DM; Chapman, RS
      The relationship between event representation and linguistic skill in narratives of children and adolescents with Down syndrome

      JOURNAL OF SPEECH LANGUAGE AND HEARING RESEARCH
    17. Montgomery, JW
      Verbal working memory and sentence comprehension in children with specificlanguage impairment

      JOURNAL OF SPEECH LANGUAGE AND HEARING RESEARCH
    18. Brubaker, RG; Szakowski, A
      Parenting practices and behavior problems among deaf children

      CHILD & FAMILY BEHAVIOR THERAPY
    19. Bennett, DS; Gibbons, TA
      Efficacy of child cognitive-behavioral interventions for antisocial behavior: A meta-analysis

      CHILD & FAMILY BEHAVIOR THERAPY
    20. Couture, AE; McCauley, RJ
      Phonological working memory in children with phonological impairment

      CLINICAL LINGUISTICS & PHONETICS
    21. Hua, Z; Dodd, B
      Development and change in the phonology of Putonghua-speaking children with speech difficulties

      CLINICAL LINGUISTICS & PHONETICS
    22. Lodge, J; Tripp, G; Harte, DK
      Think-aloud, thought-listing, and video-mediated recall procedures in the assessment of children's self-talk

      COGNITIVE THERAPY AND RESEARCH
    23. Pharr, AB; Ratner, NB; Rescorla, L
      Syllable structure development of toddlers with expressive specific language impairment

      APPLIED PSYCHOLINGUISTICS
    24. Montgomery, JW
      Relation of working memory to off-line and real-time sentence processing in children with specific language impairment

      APPLIED PSYCHOLINGUISTICS
    25. Cunningham, CE; Boyle, M; Offord, D; Racine, Y; Hundert, J; Secord, M; McDonald, J
      Tri-ministry study: Correlates of school-based parenting course utilization

      JOURNAL OF CONSULTING AND CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY
    26. Sanders, MR; Markie-Dadds, C; Tully, LA; Bor, W
      The Triple P-positive parenting program: A comparison of enhanced, standard, and self-directed behavioral family intervention for parents of childrenwith early onset conduct problems

      JOURNAL OF CONSULTING AND CLINICAL PSYCHOLOGY
    27. Jarrold, C; Baddeley, AD; Hewes, AK
      Verbal short-term memory deficits in Down syndrome: A consequence of problems in rehearsal?

      JOURNAL OF CHILD PSYCHOLOGY AND PSYCHIATRY AND ALLIED DISCIPLINES
    28. Gullone, E; King, NJ; Tonge, B; Heyne, D; Ollendick, TH
      The fear survey schedule for children-II (FSSC-II): Validity data as a treatment outcome measure

      AUSTRALIAN PSYCHOLOGIST
    29. Windsor, J; Hwang, M
      Testing the generalized slowing hypothesis in specific language impairment

      JOURNAL OF SPEECH LANGUAGE AND HEARING RESEARCH
    30. Nittrouer, S
      Do temporal processing deficits cause phonological processing problems?

      JOURNAL OF SPEECH LANGUAGE AND HEARING RESEARCH
    31. Windsor, J; Hwang, M
      Children's auditory lexical decisions: A limited processing capacity account of language impairment

      JOURNAL OF SPEECH LANGUAGE AND HEARING RESEARCH
    32. Kertoy, MK; Guest, CM; Quart, E; Lieh-Lai, M
      Speech and phonological characteristics of individual children with a history of tracheostomy

      JOURNAL OF SPEECH LANGUAGE AND HEARING RESEARCH
    33. Boudreau, DM; Hedberg, NL
      A comparison of early literacy skills in children with specific language impairment and their typically developing peers

      AMERICAN JOURNAL OF SPEECH-LANGUAGE PATHOLOGY
    34. MacKenzie, EP; Hilgedick, JM
      The Computer-Assisted Parenting Program (CAPP): The use of a computerized behavioral parent training program as an educational tool

      CHILD & FAMILY BEHAVIOR THERAPY
    35. Robb, MP; Bleile, KM; Yee, SSL
      A phonetic analysis of vowel errors during the course of treatment

      CLINICAL LINGUISTICS & PHONETICS
    36. Stokes, SF; Ciocca, V
      The substitution of [s] for aspirated targets: perceptual and acoustic evidence from Cantonese

      CLINICAL LINGUISTICS & PHONETICS
    37. Dore, MM; Lee, JM
      The role of parent training with abusive and neglectful parents

      FAMILY RELATIONS
    38. Trautman, LS; Healey, EC; Brown, TA; Brown, P; Jermano, S
      A further analysis of narrative skills of children who stutter

      JOURNAL OF COMMUNICATION DISORDERS
    39. Casalini, C; Brizzolara, D; Cavallaro, MC; Cipriani, P
      "Developmental dysmnesia": A case report

      CORTEX
    40. Fazio, BB
      The effect of presentation rate on serial memory in young children with specific language impairment

      JOURNAL OF SPEECH LANGUAGE AND HEARING RESEARCH
    41. YAVAS M; GOLDSTEIN B
      PHONOLOGICAL ASSESSMENT AND TREATMENT OF BILINGUAL SPEAKERS

      American journal of speech-language pathology
    42. WILLIAMS AL
      PHONOLOGICAL AND ACOUSTIC ANALYSES OF FINAL CONSONANT OMISSION

      Journal of developmental and physical disabilities
    43. LODGE J; HARTE DK; TRIPP G
      CHILDRENS SELF-TALK UNDER CONDITIONS OF MILD ANXIETY

      Journal of anxiety disorders
    44. Cobham, VE
      The case for involving the family in the treatment of childhood anxiety

      BEHAVIOUR CHANGE
    45. Borrego, J; Urquiza, AJ
      Importance of therapist use of social reinforcement with parents as a model for parent-child relationships: An example with parent-child interaction therapy

      CHILD & FAMILY BEHAVIOR THERAPY
    46. JOFFE VL
      RHYMING AND RELATED SKILLS IN CHILDREN WITH SPECIFIC LANGUAGE IMPAIRMENT

      Cahiers de psychologie cognitive
    47. UKRAINETZ TA
      STICKWRITING STORIES - A QUICK AND EASY NARRATIVE REPRESENTATION STRATEGY

      Language, speech & hearing services in schools
    48. DOLLAGHAN C
      SPOKEN WORD RECOGNITION IN CHILDREN WITH AND WITHOUT SPECIFIC LANGUAGE IMPAIRMENT

      Applied psycholinguistics
    49. EDWARDS J; LAHEY M
      NONWORD REPETITIONS OF CHILDREN WITH SPECIFIC LANGUAGE IMPAIRMENT - EXPLORATION OF SOME EXPLANATIONS FOR THEIR INACCURACIES

      Applied psycholinguistics
    50. Miranda, AE; McCabe, A; Bliss, LS
      Jumping around and leaving things out: A profile of the narrative abilities of children with specific language impairment

      APPLIED PSYCHOLINGUISTICS
    51. BADDELEY A; GATHERCOLE S; PAPAGNO C
      THE PHONOLOGICAL LOOP AS A LANGUAGE-LEARNING DEVICE

      Psychological review
    52. WEBSTERSTRATTON C
      PREVENTING CONDUCT PROBLEMS IN HEAD-START CHILDREN - STRENGTHENING PARENTING COMPETENCES

      Journal of consulting and clinical psychology
    53. KAZDIN AE; WEISZ JR
      IDENTIFYING AND DEVELOPING EMPIRICALLY SUPPORTED CHILD AND ADOLESCENTTREATMENTS

      Journal of consulting and clinical psychology
    54. BLISS LS; MCCABE A; MIRANDA AE
      NARRATIVE ASSESSMENT PROFILE - DISCOURSE ANALYSIS FOR SCHOOL-AGE-CHILDREN

      Journal of communication disorders
    55. GATHERCOLE SE
      THE DEVELOPMENT OF MEMORY

      Journal of child psychology and psychiatry and allied disciplines
    56. LEUNG PWL; CONNOLLY KJ
      DO HYPERACTIVE-CHILDREN HAVE MOTOR ORGANIZATION AND OR EXECUTION DEFICITS/

      Developmental Medicine and Child Neurology
    57. Santelmann, LM; Jusczyk, PW
      Sensitivity to discontinuous dependencies in language learners: evidence for limitations in processing space

      COGNITION
    58. GILLAM RB; COWAN N; MARLER JA
      INFORMATION-PROCESSING BY SCHOOL-AGE-CHILDREN WITH SPECIFIC LANGUAGE IMPAIRMENT - EVIDENCE FROM A MODALITY EFFECT PARADIGM

      Journal of speech language and hearing research
    59. REYNOLDS ME; FUCCI D
      SYNTHETIC SPEECH COMPREHENSION - A COMPARISON OF CHILDREN WITH NORMALAND IMPAIRED LANGUAGE-SKILLS

      Journal of speech language and hearing research
    60. CEREZO MA
      ABUSIVE FAMILY-INTERACTION - A REVIEW

      Aggression and violent behaviour
    61. WEBSTERSTRATTON C
      FROM PARENT TRAINING TO COMMUNITY BUILDING

      Families in society
    62. LEITAO S; HOGBEN J; FLETCHER J
      PHONOLOGICAL PROCESSING SKILLS IN SPEECH AND LANGUAGE-IMPAIRED CHILDREN

      European journal of disorders of communication
    63. KORTLANDER E; KENDALL PC; PANICHELLIMINDEL SM
      MATERNAL EXPECTATIONS AND ATTRIBUTIONS ABOUT COPING IN ANXIOUS CHILDREN

      Journal of anxiety disorders
    64. GILLAM RB
      PUTTING MEMORY TO WORK IN LANGUAGE INTERVENTION - IMPLICATIONS FOR PRACTITIONERS

      Topics in language disorders
    65. MASTERSON JJ
      INTERRELATIONSHIPS IN CHILDRENS LANGUAGE PRODUCTION

      Topics in language disorders
    66. MCGREGOR KK
      PROSODIC INFLUENCES ON CHILDRENS GRAMMATICAL MORPHOLOGY

      Topics in language disorders
    67. BROWNSWEENEY SG; SMITH BL
      THE DEVELOPMENT OF SPEECH PRODUCTION ABILITIES IN CHILDREN WITH DOWN-SYNDROME

      Clinical linguistics & phonetics
    68. FAZIO BB
      MEMORY FOR ROTE LINGUISTIC ROUTINES AND SENSITIVITY TO RHYME - A COMPARISON OF LOW-INCOME CHILDREN WITH AND WITHOUT SPECIFIC LANGUAGE IMPAIRMENT

      Applied psycholinguistics
    69. MCDONALD JL
      LANGUAGE-ACQUISITION - THE ACQUISITION OF LINGUISTIC STRUCTURE IN NORMAL AND SPECIAL POPULATIONS

      Annual review of psychology
    70. SMITH CA; STERN SB
      DELINQUENCY AND ANTISOCIAL-BEHAVIOR - A REVIEW OF FAMILY PROCESSES AND INTERVENTION RESEARCH

      The Social service review
    71. EDWARDS J; GIBBON F; FOURAKIS M
      ON DISCRETE CHANGES IN THE ACQUISITION OF THE ALVEOLAR VELAR STOP CONSONANT CONTRAST/

      Language and Speech
    72. PRINS PJM; HANEWALD GJFP
      SELF-STATEMENTS OF TEST-ANXIOUS CHILDREN - THOUGHT-LISTING AND QUESTIONNAIRE APPROACHES

      Journal of consulting and clinical psychology
    73. ISAKI E; PLANTE E
      SHORT-TERM AND WORKING-MEMORY DIFFERENCES IN LANGUAGE LEARNING DISABLED AND NORMAL ADULTS/

      Journal of communication disorders
    74. BALL MJ; MULLER N
      A COMPARISON OF 2 PHONOLOGICAL PROFILES - A TUTORIAL

      Journal of communication disorders
    75. FRANKEL F; MYATT R; CANTWELL DP; FEINBERG DT
      USE OF THE CHILD-BEHAVIOR CHECKLIST AND DSM-III-R DIAGNOSIS IN PREDICTING OUTCOME OF CHILDRENS SOCIAL SKILLS TRAINING

      Journal of behavior therapy and experimental psychiatry
    76. FAZIO BB
      LEARNING A NEW POEM - MEMORY FOR CONNECTED SPEECH AND PHONOLOGICAL AWARENESS IN LOW-INCOME CHILDREN WITH AND WITHOUT SPECIFIC LANGUAGE IMPAIRMENT

      Journal of speech language and hearing research
    77. CASBY MW
      SYMBOLIC PLAY OF CHILDREN WITH LANGUAGE IMPAIRMENT - A CRITICAL-REVIEW

      Journal of speech language and hearing research
    78. KEARNEY CA; SILVERMAN WK
      THE EVOLUTION AND RECONCILIATION OF TAXONOMIC STRATEGIES FOR SCHOOL REFUSAL BEHAVIOR

      Clinical psychology
    79. BLECHMAN EA
      COPING, COMPETENCE, AND AGGRESSION PREVENTION .2. UNIVERSAL SCHOOL-BASED PREVENTION

      Applied & preventive psychology
    80. KADERAVEK JN; RASTATTER MP
      HEMISPHERIC OBJECT NAMING AND INTERHEMISPHERIC-TRANSFER FUNCTIONS IN READING DISORDERED SUBJECTS

      Reading & writing
    81. CAMPBELL MA; RAPEE RM
      CURRENT ISSUES IN THE ASSESSMENT OF ANXIETY IN CHILDREN AND ADOLESCENTS - A DEVELOPMENTAL PERSPECTIVE

      Behaviour change
    82. ADAMS AM; GATHERCOLE SE
      PHONOLOGICAL WORKING-MEMORY AND SPOKEN LANGUAGE-DEVELOPMENT IN YOUNG-CHILDREN

      The Quarterly journal of experimental psychology. A, Human experimental psychology
    83. COWAN N
      SHORT-TERM-MEMORY, WORKING-MEMORY, AND THEIR IMPORTANCE IN LANGUAGE PROCESSING

      Topics in language disorders
    84. MONTGOMERY JW
      SENTENCE COMPREHENSION AND WORKING-MEMORY IN CHILDREN WITH SPECIFIC LANGUAGE IMPAIRMENT

      Topics in language disorders
    85. WEISMER SE
      CAPACITY LIMITATIONS IN WORKING-MEMORY - THE IMPACT ON LEXICAL AND MORPHOLOGICAL LEARNING BY CHILDREN WITH LANGUAGE IMPAIRMENT

      Topics in language disorders
    86. FAZIO BB
      SERIAL MEMORY IN CHILDREN WITH SPECIFIC LANGUAGE IMPAIRMENT - EXAMINING SPECIFIC CONTENT AREAS FOR ASSESSMENT AND INTERVENTION

      Topics in language disorders
    87. WEINERT S
      PROSODY, SHORT-TERM-MEMORY AND SPEED OF I TEM IDENTIFICATION - AN EMPIRICAL-STUDY OF LANGUAGE PROCESSING DEFICITS IN SPECIFICALLY LANGUAGE-IMPAIRED CHILDREN

      Sprache & Kognition
    88. GIERUT JA; MORRISETTE ML; HUGHES MT; ROWLAND S
      PHONOLOGICAL TREATMENT EFFICACY AND DEVELOPMENTAL NORMS

      Language, speech & hearing services in schools
    89. YOSHINAGAITANO C; SNYDER LS; MAYBERRY R
      HOW DEAF AND NORMALLY HEARING STUDENTS CONVEY MEANING WITHIN AND BETWEEN WRITTEN SENTENCES

      The Volta review
    90. EDWARDS J; LAHEY M
      AUDITORY LEXICAL DECISIONS OF CHILDREN WITH SPECIFIC LANGUAGE IMPAIRMENT

      Journal of speech and hearing research
    91. STARK RE; HEINZ JM
      PERCEPTION OF STOP CONSONANTS IN CHILDREN WITH EXPRESSIVE AND RECEPTIVE-EXPRESSIVE LANGUAGE IMPAIRMENTS

      Journal of speech and hearing research
    92. FAZIO BB
      MATHEMATICAL ABILITIES OF CHILDREN WITH SPECIFIC LANGUAGE IMPAIRMENT - A 2-YEAR FOLLOW-UP

      Journal of speech and hearing research
    93. FAZIO BB; NAREMORE RC; CONNELL PJ
      TRACKING CHILDREN FROM POVERTY AT RISK FOR SPECIFIC LANGUAGE IMPAIRMENT - A 3-YEAR LONGITUDINAL-STUDY

      Journal of speech and hearing research
    94. DUNN M; FLAX J; SLIWINSKI H; ARAM D
      THE USE OF SPONTANEOUS LANGUAGE MEASURES AS CRITERIA FOR IDENTIFYING CHILDREN WITH SPECIFIC LANGUAGE IMPAIRMENT - AN ATTEMPT TO RECONCILE CLINICAL AND RESEARCH INCONGRUENCE

      Journal of speech and hearing research
    95. RESCORLA L; RATNER NB
      PHONETIC PROFILES OF TODDLERS WITH SPECIFIC EXPRESSIVE LANGUAGE IMPAIRMENT (SLI-E)

      Journal of speech and hearing research
    96. ROTH FP; SPEECE DL; COOPER DH; DELAPAZ S
      UNRESOLVED MYSTERIES - HOW DO METALINGUISTIC AND NARRATIVE SKILLS CONNECT WITH EARLY READING

      The Journal of special education
    97. WEBSTERSTRATTON C
      EARLY-ONSET CONDUCT PROBLEMS - DOES GENDER MAKE A DIFFERENCE

      Journal of consulting and clinical psychology
    98. SERKETICH WJ; DUMAS JE
      THE EFFECTIVENESS OF BEHAVIORAL PARENT TRAINING TO MODIFY ANTISOCIAL-BEHAVIOR IN CHILDREN - A METAANALYSIS

      Behavior therapy
    99. TYLER AA
      DURATIONAL ANALYSIS OF STRIDENCY ERRORS IN CHILDREN WITH PHONOLOGICALIMPAIRMENT

      Clinical linguistics & phonetics
    100. AVONS SE; HANNA C
      THE MEMORY-SPAN DEFICIT IN CHILDREN WITH SPECIFIC READING-DISABILITY - IS SPEECH RATE RESPONSIBLE

      British journal of developmental psychology


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