Canadian Journal of Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology

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Research Article|September 19, 2018|Vol. 42, No. 1|pages 69-79

Internet Usage and Loneliness in Older Hearing Aid Wearers

Andrea Simpson, Sandy Clarke, Bojana Šarkić, Judith Bonnie Smullen, Caitlyn Jayne Pereira

Research Article|September 13, 2018|Vol. 42, No. 1|pages 55-68

Scoping Review of Children’s Pain Vocabulary: Implications for Augmentative and Alternative Communication

Ensa Johnson, Kobie Boshoff, Juan Bornman

Research Article|July 30, 2018|Vol. 42, No. 1|pages 41-54

Test-Retest Reliability of the POSHA–S/Child in 4- to 11-Year-Old Schoolchildren

Kenneth O. St. Louis, Mary E. Weidner

Research Article|July 26, 2018|Vol. 42, No. 1|pages 21-40

Preschool Children Assessed in Psychiatry: Does Parental Concern About Language Depend on the Severity of Expressive and Receptive Deficits?

Nicole Smolla, Marie-Julie Béliveau, Chantale Breault, Raphaële Noël, Alain Lévesque, Guylaine Gagné, Claude Berthiaume, Véronique Martin

Research Article|February 20, 2018|Vol. 42, No. 1|pages 1-19

An Overview of Data on the Phonological Development of French-Speaking Canadian Children

Françoise Brosseau-Lapré, Susan Rvachew, Andrea A. N. MacLeod, Kristy Findlay, Daniel Bérubé, Barbara May Bernhardt

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