Canadian Journal of Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology

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2022|Volume 46

No. 2

Complete Journal Issue |2022|Vol. 46, No. 2|pages 85-159

CANADIAN JOURNAL OF SPEECH-LANGUAGE PATHOLOGY & AUDIOLOGY

Research Note |2022|Vol. 46, No. 2|pages 85-93

Adult and Peer Perceptions of Children with Visible Hearing Aids

Colin N. Tan, Julie Pauwels, Frederick Kozak, Neil K. Chadha

Research Note |2022|Vol. 46, No. 2|pages 95-104

Does Epiglottic Deflection Contribute to Airway Protection in Patients Living With Dementia?

Lauren T. Attner, Brianna E. Rider, Luis F. Riquelme, Ashwini M. Namasivayam-MacDonald

Research Article |2022|Vol. 46, No. 2|pages 105-121

Insights Into the Language-Support Practices Used by Early Childhood Educators: Towards Individualized Professional Development Goals

Lisandre Bergeron-Morin, Caroline Bouchard, Christine Hamel

Research Article |2022|Vol. 46, No. 2|pages 123-140

Clinical Validation and Preliminary Norms for the Reading and Writing Subtests of the Test d’évaluation du langage écrit québécois [Québec Evaluation of Written Language Test]

Patricia Laniel, Bruno Gauthier

Research Article |2022|Vol. 46, No. 2|pages 141-159

Creation and Prevalidation of the Subtest Lecture de mots et de pseudomots [Reading of Words and Pseudowords] of the Test d’évaluation du langage écrit québécois [Québec Evaluation of Written Language Test]

Patricia Laniel, Gabrielle Vallières-Lavoie, Lou Champagne, Bruno Gauthier

No. 1

Complete Journal Issue |2022|Vol. 46, No. 1|pages 1-84

CANADIAN JOURNAL OF SPEECH-LANGUAGE PATHOLOGY & AUDIOLOGY

Research Article |2022|Vol. 46, No. 1|pages 1-10

The Effect of Altered Auditory Feedback of Voice Focus on Nasalance Scores

Tim Bressmann, Mia Sara Misic

Research Article |2022|Vol. 46, No. 1|pages 11-23

Asyntactic comprehension in individuals with post-stroke aphasia

Julie Poulin, Anne-Sophie Bergeron, Vincent Martel-Sauvageau, Laura Monetta, Marion Fossard

Research Article |2022|Vol. 46, No. 1|pages 25-44

Reliability of Absolute Suppression Amplitude of Transient Evoked Otoacoustic Emissions for Global and Half-Octave Frequency Bands in Children and Adults

Shreyank P. Swamy, Asha Yathiraj

Research Article |2022|Vol. 46, No. 1|pages 45-63

Emergent Literacy in Visually Impaired Children: Assessment of Oral Language Skills, Letter Knowledge, and Print Awareness

Alice Van Audenhaege, Julie Lievens, Anne Bragard

Research Article |2022|Vol. 46, No. 1|pages 65-84

English Grammatical Features of First Nations Kindergarteners: Differences, Not Mistakes

Patricia L. Hart Blundon

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