Size: 6-1/4 inches wide by 9-1/4 inches tall
Country of Origin: United States
Publisher: University Park Press
Author: J. E. McLean, , D. E. Yoder, R. L. Schiefelbusch
Language Intervention with the Retarded
edited by J. E. McLean, , D. E. Yoder, and R. L. Schiefelbusch
Based on a series of conferences in 1970. A systematic, analytic approach to intervention programming for speech and language development among the retarded, using the tools of psycho-linguistic tenets and operant conditioning approaches to instructional problems. The process of language acquisition by normal children is analyzed, methods for identifying the nature and extent of disorders of speech and language are suggested, and programs for clinical treatment are presented. Provides a wide range of complementary theoretical and clinical notations and guidelines for practical application in language-development programming.
Chapters by: Robin S. Chapman, Ursula Bellugi, Elizabeth Carrow, David E. Yoder and Jon F. Miller, Lyle L. Lloyd and Robert T. Fulton, Nancy R. Marshall and Jack R. Hegrenes, Louise R. Kent and Diane Klein, Arthur Falk, and Hartmut Guenther, Shirley L. Berger, Sandra Raymore and James e. McLean, and Richard L. Schiefelbusch.
University Park Press, 1974. Hard cover, with dust jacket, 6-1/4 inches wide by 9-1/4 inches tall, 270 pages.
Ex-school library, with pocket inside back, stamps, etc. Dust jacket has wear along edges and rubbed creases. Book has slight corner wear. Clean and firmly bound.
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