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Resources on communication disorders and deaf studies including books, eBooks, journals, and digital resources.

Welcome to the Communication Disorders and Deaf Education Guide!

Use this guide to help you start your research assignment or to familiarize yourself with your subject discipline's search tools and strategies. Each discipline has it's own research methods, databases, peer reviewed scholarly journals, and authorities or experts. We can't cover everything in one guide, but this is a good jumpstart on your journey. 

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Research Topics in Communication Disorders and Deaf Education

  • Genetics of communication disorders in humans
  • Structural, physiological, and developmental properties of the inner ear
  • Neuroimaging in aphasia treatment 
  • Drug treatment of poststroke aphasia 
  • Autoimmune inner ear disease
  • Current perspectives on treatments of traumatic brain injury and communication disorders
  • Diagnosis and management of balance/vestibular disorders 
  • Inclusion and equity in speech language pathology assessments 
  • Systemic racism and institutional inequities in speech and language therapy 

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