Afasic Abstract

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In this edition we consider the wider impacts of language impairments and the ways in which professionals in educational settings can make a difference by using evidence based interventions.

Afasic Abstract - Winter 2013 (331.6 KiB, 184 hits)

The Afasic Abstract brings accessible information about the latest developments in research and practice to parents and professionals.  It is free to download.

It is edited by Professor Geoff Lindsay, Director of the Centre for Educational Development, Appraisal and Research (CEDAR) at the University of Warwick, and Julie Dockrell, Professor of Psychology and Special Needs at the Institute of Education, University of London.

Previous editions

Afasic Abstract - Autumn 2009 (230.1 KiB, 363 hits)

Afasic Abstract - Autumn 2010 (126.5 KiB, 509 hits)

Afasic Abstract - Autumn 2011 (476.6 KiB, 360 hits)

Afasic Abstract - Autumn 2012 (98.0 KiB, 982 hits)

Older editions of Abstract along with an index to find subject and author information is available below:

Afasic Abstract index and editions from Autumn 1999 to Spring 2008.