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  Volume 125, Number 3, May 1980

Table of Contents

Introduction

p. 336
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Description of Communication Behaviors

Usefulness of the NTID Communication Profile for Evaluating Deaf Secondary-Level Students

pp. 337-349
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Current Developments in Auditory Speech Discrimination Tests for the Profoundly Deaf at NTID

pp. 350-359
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Current Research on Relationships Between Selected Higher Order Processes and the Communication Skills and Problems of Deaf Persons

pp. 360-365
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Some Aerodynamic Characteristics of Plosive Consonants Produced by Hearing-Impaired Speakers

pp. 366-373
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Factors Contributing to the Development of Intelligible Speech Among Prelingually Deaf Persons

pp. 374-381
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A Comparison of Speech Intelligibility in Answering Varied Social and Technical Questions

pp. 382-387
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Analysis of the Communication Skills of Young Deaf Adults over a 2-Year Interval of Technical Training

pp. 388-393
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The Use of Decoy Sentences to Measure Auditory Training Gains

pp. 394-399
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Instruction

A Multi-Disciplinary Approach to Teaching English

pp. 400-405
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A Self-Instruction Lab for Developing Communication Skills of Deaf Post-Secondary Students at NTID

pp. 406-412
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Advanced Communication for Group Presentation: Learning and Speaking About Hearing Impairment

pp. 413-416
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Impact and Efficacy of Instruction

English Proficiency and Progress Made by NTID Students

pp. 417-426
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An Investigation of Variables of Instruction and Their Relation to Rate of English Language Learning

pp. 427-434
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A Comparison of English Language Skill Improvement between Interdisciplinary and Noninterdisciplinary English Classes

pp. 435-438
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Factors Affecting Auditory Training Gains

pp. 439-441
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Effect of Speech Training Upon Speechreading in Hearing-Impaired Adults

pp. 442-448
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Research Areas

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