A peer-reviewed periodical published by the Irish Association of Speech and Language Therapists (IASLT). The purpose of the Journal is to encourage and showcase the growing research environment in Ireland and to provide a forum for the exchange of information and discussion of both clinical and theoretical issues regarding communication science and disorders in children and adults, swallowing and its disorders, as well as speech and language therapy.
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Volume 22, 2015-2016
Accuracy of the Core Language Score of the CELF P2UK in Identifying Language Delay in Children from a Disadvantaged Community in Ireland
Jennifer Keogh, Fiona Gibbon and Cara Teahan
The Effect of an Unfamiliar Accent on Typically Developing Children's Comprehension of Spoken Sentences
Éadaoin Allen, Deirdre O'Leary and Fiona E. Gibbon
Outcomes of Minimal Pair Intervention in a School-aged Child with a consistent Phonological Disorder: A Multiple Baseline Singe Case Study
Claire Daly, Margaret Rodden, Stanislava Antonijevic-Elliot and Rena Lyons