The Source Processing Disorders, 2e - 33744E
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This second edition provides updated discussion of auditory processing and language processing. It includes definitions, differentiation between the two areas, assessment suggestions, and intervention ideas. This book uses research on processing to present clinical application of how to approach processing disorders. Characteristics of processing disorders are defined neurologically and behaviorally along a continuum of skills in acoustic, phonetic, and linguistic domains to help professionals differentiate among the varied aspects auditory and language processing and to be more accountable and successful in focusing assessment and treatment.
This book provides:
* A clinical approach to differentiate auditory processing and language processing disorders
* An explanation of the assessment tasks for both auditory and language processing disorders
* Case examples that differentially diagnose auditory versus language aspects of processing deficits
* An outline of intervention targets, including both compensatory and skill aspects of auditory and language processing.
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|Number of Pages||176|