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Anderson, Emily T. and Ulatowska, Hanna K. (1975) A Problem of Diagnosis: Black English or Aphasia. [Clinical Aphasiology Paper]


Davis, G. Albyn (1975) Psycholinguistic Operations in Sentence Comprehension: Implications for Aphasiology. [Clinical Aphasiology Paper]


Goodglass, Harold (1975) Phonological Factors in Aphasia. [Clinical Aphasiology Paper]


Holland, Audrey L. (1975) The Effectiveness of Treatment in Aphasia. [Clinical Aphasiology Paper]


Kushner, Deanie (1975) Extended Comprehension Training Leading to Improved Verbal Production: A Treatment Program for an Aphasic Patient. [Clinical Aphasiology Paper]


Leutenegger, Ralph R. (1975) Training of Aphasiologists. [Clinical Aphasiology Paper]


Malone, Peggy E. (1975) A Preliminary Investigation of Changes in Sexual Relations Following Stroke. [Clinical Aphasiology Paper]

Marshall, Robert C. (1975) Word Retrieval Strategies of Aphasic Adults in Conversational Speech. [Clinical Aphasiology Paper]

Martin, A. Damien (1975) A Critical Evaluation of Therapeutic Approaches to Aphasia. [Clinical Aphasiology Paper]

McNeil, Malcolm R. and Chang, Ethel C.. (1975) A Measure of PICA Ordinality. [Clinical Aphasiology Paper]


Porrazzo, Shirley A. (1975) Evaluation and Treatment of Reading Deficits in Aphasic Patients. [Clinical Aphasiology Paper]


Rau, Marie T. (1975) Jargon Aphasia: A Confusing State of Affairs. [Clinical Aphasiology Paper]


Salvatore, Anthony P. and Strait, Marcia and Brookshire, Robert H. (1975) Effects of Patient Characteristics on Delivery of Token Test Commands by Experienced and Inexperienced Examiners. [Clinical Aphasiology Paper]


Ulatowska, Hanna K. and Baker, William D. (1975) On a Notion of Markedness in Linguistic Systems: Application to Aphasia. [Clinical Aphasiology Paper]

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