Canadian Journal of Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology

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Research Article|December 8, 2017|Vol. 41, No. 3|pages 321-340

Development of a Tool to Screen Risk of Literacy Delays in French-Speaking Children: PHOPHLO

Susan Rvachew, Phaedra Royle, Laura M. Gonnerman, Brigitte Stanké, Alexandra Marquis, Alexandre Herbay

Research Article|December 4, 2017|Vol. 41, No. 3|pages 303-319

Diagnosing Apraxia of Speech on the Basis of Eight Distinctive Signs

Roel Jonkers, Judith Feiken, Ilse Stuive

Research Article|November 21, 2017|Vol. 41, No. 3|pages 289-302

Students’ Evaluation of Audiology Simulation Training

Ahmad A. Alanazi, Nannette Nicholson

Research Article|November 1, 2017|Vol. 41, No. 3|pages 263-287

Canadian-French Validation of Two Questionnaires That Measure the Stigma Associated With Hearing Impairment: Initial Development

Claude Vincent, Jean-Pierre Gagné, Tony Leroux, Audrey Clothier, Marianne Larivière, Frédéric S. Dumont, Martine Gendron

Research Article|September 25, 2017|Vol. 41, No. 3|pages 253-262

Performance of Young, Middle-Aged, and Older Adults on Tests of Executive Function

Angela N. Burda, Emily Andersen, Marissa Berryman, Maddisen Heun, Claire King, Tina Kise

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