The Development of Listener-Adapted Communication in Physically Handicapped Children: A Cross- Sectional Study

Thompson, Teresa L.
January 1982
Western Journal of Speech Communication: WJSC;Winter1982, Vol. 46 Issue 1, p32
Academic Journal
Discusses results of a study on the effectiveness of mainstreaming physically handicapped children into classes with nonhandicapped children in the U.S. Assessment of changes in communicative skills of the handicapped children; Difficulty of children to learn the rules and skills necessary for effective interaction; Signs of nervousness in children.


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