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Language disorders

Here are entered works on disorders of the central neurological functions affecting the reception, processing, or expression of language. Works on disorders of the physiological mechanisms required for the articulation, patterning, or production of speech are entered under Speech disorders.

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  • Dysphasia
Filed under: Language disorders -- Diagnosis Filed under: Aphasia -- Diagnosis Filed under: Aphasia -- Testing Filed under: Dyslexia -- Periodicals Filed under: Dyslexics -- Education (Higher) -- United States

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Filed under: Deafness -- PeriodicalsFiled under: Presbycusis Filed under: Hearing impaired -- United States -- PeriodicalsFiled under: Tinnitus Filed under: Speech disorders -- DiagnosisFiled under: Speech disorders -- Technological innovationsFiled under: Cluttering (Speech pathology) Filed under: Mute persons -- Fiction Filed under: Mute persons -- Prince Edward Island -- FictionFiled under: Speech therapyFiled under: Stuttering Filed under: Stuttering -- Juvenile fictionFiled under: Stuttering -- PreventionFiled under: Stuttering -- Treatment Filed under: Vision disorders -- DiagnosisFiled under: Vision disorders -- PeriodicalsFiled under: Blindness Filed under: Blindness -- Early works to 1800 Filed under: Blindness -- Fiction
  • [Info] Glasses, by Henry James (Gutenberg text)
Filed under: Blindness -- Juvenile fictionFiled under: Blindness -- United StatesFiled under: People with visual disabilities

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