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An Analysis of Reading and Spelling Abilities of Children Using AAC: Understanding a Continuum of Competence, Dahlgren Sandberg, A., Smith M. M., and Larsson M. , Journal of Augmentative and Alternative Communication, Volume 26, Issue 3, p.191-202, (2010) Abstract
acoustic stimulation
Effects of Environmental Sounds on the Guessability of Animated Graphic Symbols, Harmon, A. C., Schlosser R. W., Gygi B., Shane H C., Kong Y. - Y., Book L., MacDuff K., and Hearn E. , Journal of Augmentative and Alternative Communication, Volume 30, Issue 4, p.298-313, (2014) Abstract
adolescent
adult
High-tech AAC and aphasia: Widening horizons?, van de Sandt-Koenderman, Mieke W. E. , Aphasiology, Mar, Volume 18, Issue 3, p.245-263, (2004) Abstract
Korean word frequency and commonality study for augmentative and alternative communication, Sangeun, S., and Hill K. , International Journal of Language and Communication Disorders , Volume 51, Issue 4, p.415-429, (2016) Abstract
Speech Generating Devices and Modality of Short-term Word Storage, Dukhovny, E., and Soto G. , Journal of Augmentative and Alternative Communication, Volume 29, Issue 3, p.246-258, (2013) Abstract
Social Validation of Vocabulary Selection: Ensuring Stakeholder Relevance, Bornman, J., and Nelson Bryen D. , Journal of Augmentative and Alternative Communication, Volume 29, Issue 2, p.174-181, (2013) Abstract
anomia
aphasia
articulation disorders
Speech Generating Devices and Modality of Short-term Word Storage, Dukhovny, E., and Soto G. , Journal of Augmentative and Alternative Communication, Volume 29, Issue 3, p.246-258, (2013) Abstract
autism spectrum disorder
Eye Tracking as a Measure of Receptive Vocabulary in Children with Autism Spectrum Disorders, Brady, N. C., Anderson C. J., Hahn L. J., Obermeier S. J., and Kapa L. L. , Journal of Augmentative and Alternative Communication, Volume 30, Issue 2, p.147-159, (2014) Abstract
autistic disorder