This book addresses practical issues and concerns faced by clinicians in the field and graduate students in speech language pathology. The book is divided into three sections: assessment and classification; goal and target selection; and intervention. In each section, the editors pose several important questions related to clinical practice. Each chapter presents the contributor's response to the questions based on his or her theoretical perspective and clinical experience. Because the contributors represent the major perspectives in the field, the result is a balanced view of the current issues related to phonological disorders.
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