New ASHA Press Book on Speech Motor Control: Free Sample Chapter on Apraxia of Speech Now Available! ASHA Press has just published Speech Motor Control in Normal and Disordered Speech: Future Developments in Theory and Methodology, edited by Pascal van Lieshout, Ben Maassen, and Hayo Terband. Featuring contributions from world-renowned researchers, this 328-page book (available in softcover and an epub e-book edition) provides an in-depth overview of ... Announcement
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Announcement  |   October 27, 2016
New ASHA Press Book on Speech Motor Control: Free Sample Chapter on Apraxia of Speech Now Available!
 
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Announcement   |   October 27, 2016
New ASHA Press Book on Speech Motor Control: Free Sample Chapter on Apraxia of Speech Now Available!
Language, Speech, and Hearing Services in Schools, Newly Published. doi:
 
Language, Speech, and Hearing Services in Schools, Newly Published. doi:
ASHA Press has just published Speech Motor Control in Normal and Disordered Speech: Future Developments in Theory and Methodology, edited by Pascal van Lieshout, Ben Maassen, and Hayo Terband.
Featuring contributions from world-renowned researchers, this 328-page book (available in softcover and an epub e-book edition) provides an in-depth overview of the state of the art in speech motor control research.
The authors provide insights into the complex nature of speech motor control in both adults and children, covering new developments in methodology, technology and modeling as well as offering practical guidance on how these developments can inform clinical assessment, diagnosis, and treatment.
We encourage you to review the full table of contents for this expansive work. To provide you an in-depth look at the nature of the research contained within, we have arranged to have the following chapter made available—for a limited time—as a free PDF download:
“Apraxia of Speech Theory, Assessment, Differential Diagnosis, and Treatment: Past, Present, and Future,” by Malcolm R. McNeil, Kirrie J. Ballard, Joseph R. Duffy, and Julie Wambaugh
To order Speech Motor Control in Normal and Disordered Speech: Future Developments in Theory and Methodology, please visit the ASHA Store.