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The Handbook of Language and Speech Disorders

Damico, Jack S. / Müller, Nicole / Ball, Martin J. (Herausgeber)

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2. Auflage März 2021
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An authoritative overview of language and speech disorders, featuring new and updated chapters written by leading specialists from across the field

The Handbook of Speech and Language Disorders, Second Edition, provides timely and authoritative coverage of current issues, foundational principles, and new research directions within the study of communication disorders. Building upon the reputation of the landmark first edition, this volume offers an exceptionally broad and in-depth survey of the field, presenting original chapters by internationally recognized specialists that examine an array of language, speech, and cognitive disorders and discuss the most crucial aspects of this evolving discipline while providing practical information on analytical methods and assessment.

Now in its second edition, the Handbook features extensively revised and refocused content throughout, reflecting the latest advances in the field. Original and updated chapters explore diverse topics including literacy and literacy impairments, patterns of normal and disordered language development, hearing impairment and cochlear implants, language acquisition and language delay, dementia, dysarthria, ADHD, autism spectrum disorder, and many others. This acclaimed single-volume reference resource:
* Provides 26 original chapters which describe the latest in new research and which indicate future research directions
* Covers new developments in research since the original publication of the first edition
* Features in-depth coverage of the major disorders of language and speech, including new insights on perception, hearing impairment, literacy, and genetic syndromes
* Includes a series of foundational chapters covering a variety of important general principles, including labelling, diversity, intelligibility, assessment, and intervention

The Handbook of Speech and Language Disorders, Second Edition, is essential reading for researchers, scholars, and students in speech and language pathology, speech, language and hearing sciences, and clinical llinguistics, as well as active practitioners and clinicians.

List of Figures vii

Notes on Contributors ix

Introduction 1
Jack S. Damico, Nicole Müller, and Martin J. Ball

Part I Foundations 5

1 Labeling as a Sociocultural Process in Communicative Disorders 7
Jack S. Damico, Nicole Müller, and Martin J. Ball

2 Diversity Considerations in Speech and Language Disorders: A Focus on Training 33
Elena Babatsouli

3 Hearing Loss and Cochlear Implants 53
David Jackson Morris and Daan Van de Velde

4 Intelligibility Impairment 81
Katherine C. Hustad and Stephanie A. Borrie

5 Genetic Syndromes and Communication Disorders 95
Vesna Stojanovik

6 Principles of Assessment and Intervention 110
Bonnie Brinton, Martin Fujiki, and Robert Brinton Fujiki

Part II Language Disorders 129

7 Autism Spectrum Disorders 131
Patricia A. Prelock

8 Language Acquisition and Language Delay 152
Paul Fletcher

9 Developmental Language Disorder 171
Sandra L. Gillam, Sarai Holbrook, and Alan G. Kamhi

10 Pragmatic Impairment 192
Louise Cummings

11 Learning Disabilities 209
Christine Brennan

12 Literacy and Literacy Impairments 237
Holly Damico, Jack S. Damico, and Ryan Nelson

13 Language and Literacy in the Context of Early Life Adversity 266
Pamela Snow, Suze Leitão, and Natalie Kippin

14 Aphasia 286
Chris Code

Part III Speech Disorders 311

15 Children with Speech Sound Disorders 313
Susan Rvachew

16 Dysarthria 334
Ingo Hertrich, Hermann Ackermann, and Wolfram Ziegler

17 Apraxia of Speech 368
Adam Jacks and Katarina L. Haley

18 Augmentative and Alternative Communication: An Introduction 391
Kathryn D. R. Drager, Erinn H. Finke, and Elizabeth C. Serpentine

19 Fluency and Fluency Disorders 414
John A. Tetnowski, Kathleen Scaler Scott, and Brittany Falcon Rutland

20 Describing, Assessing, and Treating Voice Disorders 445
Richard J. Morris and Archie B. Harmon

21 Speech Disorders Related to Cleft Palate and Velopharyngeal Dysfunction 468
Debbie Sell, Valerie Pereira, Yvonne Wren, and Jane Russell

22 Speech Disorders Related to Head and Neck Cancer: Laryngectomy, Glossectomy, and Velopharyngeal and Maxillofacial Defects 495
Tim Bressmann

Part IV Cognitive and Intellectual Disorders 529

23 ADHD and Communication Disorders 531
Carol Westby and Silvana M. R. Watson

24 Communication Deficits Associated with Right Hemisphere Brain Damage 571
Margaret Lehman Blake

25 Traumatic Brain Injury 590
Karen Lê and Jennifer Mozeiko

26 Dementia 613
Nicole Müller and Zaneta Mok

Author Index 643

Subject Index 666
Jack S. Damico is Professor and Chair of Speech, Language and Hearing Sciences at the University of Colorado, Boulder, USA. He is co-editor of the Journal of Interactional Research in Communication Disorders.

Nicole Müller is Professor and Head of the Department of Speech and Hearing Sciences at University College Cork, Ireland. She is co-founder and co-editor of the book series Communication Disorders Across Languages and formerly co-edited the journal Clinical Linguistics and Phonetics.

Martin J. Ball is Honorary Professor of Linguistics at Bangor University, Wales. He is co-editor of the Journal of Monolingual and Bilingual Speech and formerly co-edited Clinical Linguistics and Phonetics.

J. S. Damico, University of Louisiana at Lafayette, USA; N. Müller, University College Cork, Ireland; M. J. Ball, University of Ulster