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Latest Forum From Perspectives Tackles SLI/DLD Terminology Discussion

Latest Forum From Perspectives Tackles SLI/DLD Terminology Discussion

Latest Forum From Perspectives Tackles SLI/DLD Terminology Discussion Children with language impairments face many barriers to assessment in the clinical setting. Aside from being under-identified, there is also not a ...
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Get Credit for ASHA Journals Reviews With Publons

Get Credit for ASHA Journals Reviews With Publons

Peer review is integral to the ASHA journals; however, the nature of blinded review may leave editorial board members and other reviewers unable to claim credit for their work. The ...
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The ASHA Journals’ Year in Review

The ASHA Journals’ Year in Review

Before 2019 fades too far into the past, we here at the ASHA Journals would like to take a break to thank everyone who has taken the time to contribute ...
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In Case You Missed It: Our Top Articles of 2019

In Case You Missed It: Our Top Articles of 2019

In 2019, articles from the ASHA Journals were read 1.3 million times! During that time period, we published more than 750 new articles. Check out 10 of our most popular ...
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LSHSS Forum on Evidence-Based Practices and Outcomes for Children With Mild and Unilateral Hearing Loss

LSHSS Forum on Evidence-Based Practices and Outcomes for Children With Mild and Unilateral Hearing Loss

Almost half of all children with permanent hearing loss have mild bilateral hearing loss (MBHL) or unilateral hearing loss (UHL; Walker, 2020); however, little research has been presented on this ...
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Topic Collections Showcase the Full Range of the ASHA Journals

Topic Collections Showcase the Full Range of the ASHA Journals

We developed the new ASHAWire Topic Collections with readers in mind. With hundreds of new articles published each year, finding the research you’re looking for on a specific topic may ...
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JSLHR Forum Explores Advances in Neuroplasticity Research Specific to Language Recovery in Aphasia

JSLHR Forum Explores Advances in Neuroplasticity Research Specific to Language Recovery in Aphasia

Approximately 2 million people in the United States currently live with aphasia. This number includes nearly one third of all stroke survivors. Neuroplasticity and language recovery in aphasia was the subject of the 2018 Research Symposium at the ASHA Convention.   ...
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Perspectives Rolls Out SIG Affiliate Focus Pages

Perspectives Rolls Out SIG Affiliate Focus Pages

Perspectives of the ASHA Special Interest Group, ASHA’s scholarly review journal, is the top-rated benefit of belonging to one of ASHA’s 19 unique Special Interest Groups (SIGs). Now, Perspectives is ...
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Sumit Dhar Named Chair of the ASHA Journals Board

Sumit Dhar Named Chair of the ASHA Journals Board

Sumitrajit (Sumit) Dhar has been selected as the new chair of the ASHA Journals Board. Dhar, who has served on the board since 2017 as the editor-in-chief of the American ...
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AJA Special Issue Featuring Select Papers From the Hearing Across the Lifespan (HEAL) 2018 Conference

AJA Special Issue Featuring Select Papers From the Hearing Across the Lifespan (HEAL) 2018 Conference

More than 400 hearing experts from nearly 50 countries gathered in June 2018 for the Hearing Across the Lifespan (HEAL) conference. In celebration of the 20-year anniversary of the first ...
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LSHSS Forum on Vocabulary Across the School Grades

LSHSS Forum on Vocabulary Across the School Grades

Vocabulary is a frequent target for speech-language pathologists (SLPs) working with children with speech and language impairments. In the latest clinical forum from Language, Speech, and Hearing Services in Schools ...
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Celebrate Peer Review Week With Us!

Celebrate Peer Review Week With Us!

Quality peer review is something that all scholarly publications have strived for since peer review was first introduced more than 300 years ago. By making this topic the theme of ...
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Stephen Camarata Selected as Incoming Language Editor-in-Chief of JSLHR

Stephen Camarata Selected as Incoming Language Editor-in-Chief of JSLHR

The Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research (JSLHR) is pleased to announce the selection of Stephen M. Camarata, PhD, as the new editor-in-chief for the language section of the ...
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Ryan McCreery Selected as Incoming Editor-in-Chief of AJA

Ryan McCreery Selected as Incoming Editor-in-Chief of AJA

The American Journal of Audiology (AJA) is pleased to announce the selection of Ryan W. McCreery, PhD, as the new editor-in-chief for the publication. Dr. McCreery will begin his term ...
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JSLHR Special Issue Featuring Select Papers From the 7th International Conference on Speech Motor Control

JSLHR Special Issue Featuring Select Papers From the 7th International Conference on Speech Motor Control

The 7th International Conference on Speech Motor Control focused on new trends and approaches in the area of normal and disordered speech and motor control. Ben Maassen, conference chair, has ...
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