Introduction to Communication Disorders: A Lifespan Evidence-Based Perspective (4th Edition) (Allyn & Bacon Communication Sciences and Disorders)Author:
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Pub Date: 2010
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I learned about different communication disorders in this book and using the glossary was great! The pictures to go along with the explanations of the disorders and that helps a great deal with understanding the material.read more
I learned about communication disorders, the location of the larynx, trachea, epiglottis, and many more parts of the throat. Learning about clefts was also very interesting.
How the questions at the end of each section matched so well to the previous chapter text.read more
Cut a few of the chapters up into different sections.
There was a plethora of knowledge to be learned from this book. I had very little knowledge of communication disorders and it really opened my eyes to what is out there and what types of therapy can be done to help resolve the disorder.read more
The only way to improve this book would be to have a slightly larger font.
This book covered all areas studied in communication disorders. It was very effective since it touched base with a wide variety of topics. The book explained all types of disorders in great detail. The book also taught some human anatomy. I think this book was a great learning tool.read more
Since its an introduction book, many topics were covered and some brief. It was not helpful for lack of information on smaller topics in the book.
Communications disorders, the symptoms of them, and various causes. This book was very effective in covering the subject.read more
The format of the chapters was a little confusing at times.
The least helpful part of this book is the overly lengthy chapters.read more
I learned an adequate overview of communication disorders from this book.
When I finally got my book, it was helpful and pertenent to my classread more
That I do not want to be a speech pathologist. I am leaning more toward neursing.
The class was a bit boring but the textbook made up for that with all the extra detail that it provided.read more
It's perfect as is. I don't have any suggestions in the changes for this textbook.
It gives direct and explicit information. It is a great book if you need an overview of what communicative disorders are.read more
The primary subject of this books was an introduction into what communicative disorders is. It gave an overview of each disorders as it refers to speech.
Pub Date: 2010