Language Disorders in Children and Adults: New Issues in Research and Practice
Introduction An introduction to language disorders in children and adults: New and different themes, issues and connections (Victoria Joffe, Madeline Cruice and Shula Chiat).
Chapter 1: Beyond outcomes: The importance of developmental pathways (Penny Roy and Shula Chiat).
Chapter 2: Substance or scaffold? The role of language in thought (Rosemary Varley).
Chapter 3: Aphasia therapy and Cognitive Neuropsychology: A promise still to be fulfilled (Jane Marshall).
Chapter 4: Speech-language therapy and evidence-based practice (Barbara Dodd).
Chapter 5: Minding the gap between research and practice in developmental language disorders (Victoria Joffe).
Chapter 6: Comparing and contrasting views: Building consensus around quality of life with aphasia (Madeline Cruice, Ruth Hill, Linda Worrall and Louise Hickson).
Chapter 7: Autism and specific language impairment: A tantalizing dance (Michael Rutter).
Chapter 8: Outcomes for young people with a history of specific language impairment at 16-17 years: A more positive picture (Geoff Lindsay and Julie Dockrell).
Chapter 9: Making new connections - where to next (James Law).