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Communication Disorders Quarterly

Communication Disorders Quarterly

eISSN: 15384837 | ISSN: 15257401 | Current volume: 45 | Current issue: 3 Frequency: Quarterly

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CDQ presents cutting edge information on typical and atypical communication across the continuum--from oral language development to literacy. Articles include quantitative and qualitative research reports, a clinical forum that reports theoretical applications in clinical and educational settings, short tutorials to acquaint readers with specific topics or clinical procedures, and book and material reviews.

Communication Disorders Quarterly is available electronically on SAGE Journals Online at Published by the Hammill Institute on Disabilities and SAGE in association with the Division for Communicative Disabilities and Deafness of The Council for Exceptional Children.

Articles for Communication Disorders Quarterly (CDQ) are accepted for review on a continual basis. The editor of CDQ welcomes submissions of previously unpublished applied and clinical research relating to typical and atypical communication across the lifespan. This includes assessment of and interventions for communicative disorders in infants, toddlers, young children, school-age children, youth, and adults. The readers of CDQ represent a breadth of viewpoints and professional interests, which is also reflected in the diversity of interests and expertise of the editorial board members. The journal is particularly of interest to speech–language pathologists and teachers of the deaf and hard of hearing. CDQ uses a masked peer review process for submissions.

Interim Editor-in-Chief
Kevin J. Miller University of Nebraska-Lincoln, USA
Associate Editor
Dolores E. Battle Buffalo State College-SUNY, USA
Li-Rong Cheng San Diego State University, USA
Kathy Coufal University of Nebraska at Omaha, USA
Mary Dale Fitzgerald Tennessee State University, USA
Lyn Goldberg Wicking Dementia Research and Education Centre, Australia
Cheryl Smith Gabig Lehman College/CUNY, USA
Consulting Editors
Armenuhi Avagyan Armenian State Pedagogical University, Yerevan, Armenia
Laura Ball Mississippi University for Women - USA
Jose Juan Barajas National Center for Learning Disabilities, USA
Miriam Boesch University of North Texas, USA
Kristopher Brock Idaho State University, USA
Christian Buica-Belciu University of Bucharest, Romania
Erin Bush University of Wyoming, USA
Anna Caute University of Essex, UK
Dahye Choi University of South Alabama, USA
David F. Conway University of Nebraska at Omaha, USA
Mary Jo Cooley Hidecker University of Wyoming, USA
Elizabeth Crais University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill, USA
Nancy Creaghead University of Cincinnati, USA
M. Alexandra Da Fonte Vanderbilt University, USA
Jeanine Doherty Hearing Excellence, Christchurch, NZ
David Dolman Barton College, USA
Vicki Donne Robert Morris University, USA
Lesley Edwards-Gaither Howard University
Lisa Erwin-Davidson California State University - Fullerton, USA
Nicole Etter Pennsylvania State University, USA
Danai Fannin North Carolina Central University, USA
Jeanane M. Ferre Central Auditory Evaluation and Treatment, Oak Park, IL, USA
Amy Frisbie Children's Hospital Colorado, USA
Donna Geffner St. John's University, USA
SallyAnn Giess California State University, Fullerton, USA
Monica Gordon Pershey Cleveland State University, USA
Lynn Grames St. Louis Children's Hospital, Missouri, USA
Elizabeth Hanson University of South Dakota, USA
Patricia Hargrove Minnesota State University, USA
Tyson Harmon Brigham Young University, USA
Danielle Hayes Watson Tennessee State University, USA
Gilbert R. Herer Chapman University, USA
Barbara Hodson Wichita State University, USA
Deanna Hughes Chapman University, USA
Karen Hux University of Nebraska, Lincoln, USA
Aquiles Iglesias University of Delaware, USA
Joseph Kei University of Queensland, Australia
Ellen Kelly Vanderbilt University, USA
Richard Kretschmer University of Cincinnati, USA
Breanna Krueger University of Wyoming, USA
Kaitlin Lansford Florida State University, USA
Elizabeth Lanter Radford University, USA
Nancy Lewis University of New Mexico, USA
Debbie Lively Saginaw Valley State University, USA
John Lybolt Gottfred-Lybolt Speech Associates, Ltd., Northbrook, IL, USA
Michelle MacRoy-Higgins Hunter College - CUNY, USA
Pauline A. Mashima University of Hawaii, USA
Antje Mefferd Vanderbilt University, USA
Zarin Mehta A.T. Still University, USA
Caron Mellblom California State University, Dominquez Hills, USA
Barbara Moore University of Southern California, USA
Millicent Musyoka Lamar University, USA
Nickola Nelson Western Michigan University, USA
Katrin Neumann Ruhr-Universitat Bochum, Germany
Magda Nikolaraizi University of Thessaly, Greece
Keiko Nishiwaki Nippon Dental University, School of Life Dentistry, Tokyo, Japan
Areti Okalidou University of Macedonia, Greece
Ilias Papathanasiou Technological Educational Institute of Patras, Greece
Douglas Parham Wichita State University, USA
Margaret Dee Parker California State University, Dominguez Hills, USA
Zhanna Paylozyan Armenian State Pedagogical University, Armenia
Amy Peterson Utah State University
Patricia A. Prelock University of Vermont, USA
Gabriella Reynolds Long Island University
Corrin Richels Old Dominion University, USA
Michaela Ritter Baylor University, USA
Shari Robertson Indiana University of Pennsylvania, USA
Jennifer Roche Kent State University, USA
Terry Saenz California State University, Fullerton, USA
Sherry Sancibrian Texas Tech University Health Sciences Center, USA
Debra Schober-Peterson Georgia State University, USA
Patricia Self Wichita State University, USA
HyeKyeung Seung California State University - Fullerton, USA
Kimberly Smith University of South Alabama, USA
Melinda Rae Snodgrass University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, USA
Julie Stierwalt Mayo Clinic, USA
Barbara Strassman The College of New Jersey, USA
Amber Thiessen University of Houston, USA
Yvana Uranga-Hernandez Biola University, USA
Dava Waltzman Hunter College - The City University of New York
Carol Westby University of New Mexico, USA
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