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Butcher, P; Cavalli, L; (1998) Fran: Understanding and treating psychogenic dysphonia from a cognitive-behavioural perspective. In: Syder, D, (ed.) Wanting to Talk: Counselling Case Studies in Communication Disorders. (pp. 60-89). Whurr Publishers Ltd.: London.


Cavalli, L; Morris, M; (1998) Working with transgender patients. Bulletin - Royal College of speech and Language Therapists pp. 11-13.

Charman, T; Swettenham, J; Baron-Cohen, S; Cox, A; Baird, G; Drew, A; (1998) An experimental investigation of social-cognitive abilities in infants with autism: clinical implications. Infant Mental Health Journal , 19 (2) pp. 260-275.

Clarke, MT; Price, K; (1998) Back to the broom cupboard? Some findings from discussion with AAC users. Communication Matters , 12 pp. 13-16.

Crystal, D, ; Varley, RA; (1998) Introduction to Language Pathology. [Book]. (4th Edition ed.). Whurr: London.


Donlan, C; (1998) The Development of Mathematical Skills. Psychology Press Ltd

Donlan, C; (1998) The importance of educational transitions. INT J LANG COMM DIS , 33 (2) 212 - 215.

Donlan, C; (1998) Number without language? Studies of children with specific language impairments. In: Donlan, C, (ed.) The Development of Mathematical Skills. (pp. 255-274). Psychology Press Ltd: Hove, UK.

Donlan, C; Bishop, DVM; Hitch, GJ; (1998) Magnitude comparisons by children with specific language impairments: evidence of unimpaired symbolic processing. INT J LANG COMM DIS , 33 (2) 149 - 160.


Hulme, C; Joshi, RM; (1998) Reading and Spelling: Development and Disorders. [Book]. Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.: Newark NJ..

Hulme, C; Muter, V; Snowling, MJ; (1998) Segmentation does predict early progress in learning to read better then rhyme: A reply to Bryant. Journal of Experimental Child Psychology , 71 pp. 39-44.


Nathan, L; Wells, B; Donlan, C; (1998) Children's comprehension of unfamiliar regional accents: a preliminary investigation. J CHILD LANG , 25 (2) 343 - 365.

Nation, K; Hulme, C; (1998) The role of analogy in early spelling development. Reading and Spelling: Development and Disorder. pp. 433-445.


Osborne, F; Hickin, J; Best, W; Howard, D; (1998) Treating word-finding difficulties in aphasia – beyond picture naming. International Journal of Language and Communication Disorders , 33 pp. 208-213. 10.3109/13682829809179424.


Swettenham, J; Baron-Cohen, S; Charman, T; Cox, A; Baird, G; Drew, A; Rees, L; (1998) The frequency and distribution of spontaneous attention shifts between social and nonsocial stimuli in autistic, typically developing, and nonautistic developmentally delayed infants. J Child Psychol Psychiatry , 39 (5) pp. 747-753.


Varley, RA; (1998) Aphasic language, aphasic thought: propostional thought in an apropositional aphasic. In: Carruthers, P, and Boucher, J, , (eds.) Language and Thought: interdisciplinary themes. Cambridge University Press: Cambridge.

Varley, RA; Whiteside, SP; (1998) Voicing in severe apraxia of speech: Perceptual and acoustic analysis of a single case. Journal of Neurolinguistics , 11 (3) pp. 259-273.


Whiteside, SP; Varley, RA; (1998) Coarticulation in apraxia of speech: An acoustic study of non-words. Logopedics Phoniatrics Vocology , 23 (4) pp. 155-163.

Whiteside, SP; Varley, RA; (1998) A reconceptualisation of apraxia of speech: a synthesis of evidence. Cortex , 34 (2) pp. 221-231.

Wilkinson, R; Bryan, K; Lock, S; Bayley, K; Maxim, J; Bruce, C; Edmundson, A; (1998) Therapy using conversation analysis: helping couples adapt to aphasia in conversation. Int J Lang Commun Disord , 33 Sup pp. 144-149.

Wood, J; (1998) Styles of interaction used by learning assistants: The effectiveness of training. International Journal of Language and Communication Disorders , 33 pp. 614-619.

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