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Title Multilingual aspects of fluency disorders / edited by Peter Howell and John Van Borsel.
Imprint Bristol ; Buffalo : Multilingual Matters, [2011]

Series Communication disorders across languages ; 5
Communication disorders across languages.
Subject Speech disorders in children.
Language disorders in children.
Language Development.
Alt Name Howell, Peter, 1947-
Borsel, John van.
Description 1 online resource (xi, 398 pages) : illustrations (some color).
polychrome rdacc
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Part 1. Procedures, Methods and Findings for Language and Its Disorders. The speech of fluent child bilinguals -- Speech production in simultaneous and sequential bilinguals -- Genetics and language -- Brain structure and function in developmental stuttering and bilingualism -- Part 2. Monolingual Language Diversity and Stuttering. The speech and language characteristics of developmental stuttering in English speakers -- Stuttering in Japanese -- Disfluent speech chacteristics on monolingual Spanish-speaking children -- Characteristics of developmental stuttering in Iran -- Stuttering research in Brazil: an overview -- A survey on traditional treatment practices for stuttering in Sub-Sahara Africa -- Part 3. Bilingual Language Diversity, Stuttering and Its Treatment. Review of research on the relationship between bilingualism and stuttering -- Stuttering in English-Mandarin bilinguals in Singapore -- Linguistic analysis of stuttering in bilinguals: methodological challenges and solutions -- Treating bilingual stuttering in early childhood: clinical updates and applications -- Methodology matters -- Part 4. Conclusions. Fluency disorders and language diversity: lessons learned and future directions.
Note Print version record.
ISBN 9781847693570 (electronic bk.)
1847693571 (electronic bk.)
ISBN/ISSN 9786613147721
OCLC # 750183123
Additional Format Print version: Multilingual aspects of fluency disorders. Bristol ; Buffalo : Multilingual Matters, ©2011 9781847693594 (DLC) 2011000612 (OCoLC)693814337

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