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Utilization of on-campus speech and language services by student veterans
The purpose of this study was to examine factors that contribute to utilization of on-campus speech and language services by student veterans with brain injury. Data was obtained from three sources: a 60-minute focus group ...
Comparisons of Clinical Self-Efficacy and Stigma Variance in Speech Language Pathologists Who Stutter and Do Not Stutter
Purpose: To evaluate clinical self-efficacy and stigma variance between practicing SLPs who stutter (SLPs-WS) and do not stutter (SLPs-WDS). Method: The modified SLP Clinical Self-Efficacy Inventory and the Self-Stigma of ...
" You have to invest ": Speech-language pathologists' perspectives on teaching literacy skills to students who use AAC
Literacy as it relates to students who use augmentative and alternative communication (SWUAAC) currently has limited research in the field of speech language pathology. Research regarding this population states SWUAAC ...
Exploring the Therapy Experience of Adults Who Stutter as it Relates to Inclusion of Cognitive Therapy Components in Stuttering Therapy
In understanding the complexity of the experience of adults who stutter, it is essential to acknowledge that stuttering is present regardless of whether or not disfluencies are produced. Many adults who stutter often ...