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Griffiths, Catherine C. B.
2007. Pragmatic abilities in adults with and without dyslexia: a pilot study. Dyslexia 13:4  pp. 276 ff. Crossref logo
Guendouzi, Jackie
2004. ‘She’s very slim’: talking about body-size in all-female interactions. Journal of Pragmatics 36:9  pp. 1635 ff. Crossref logo
Perkins, Michael R.
2003.  In Handbook of Pragmatics,  pp. 1 ff. Crossref logo
Perkins, Michael R.
2005. Clinical pragmatics: An emergentist perspective. Clinical Linguistics & Phonetics 19:5  pp. 363 ff. Crossref logo
Perkins, Michael R.
2005. Pragmatic ability and disability as emergent phenomena. Clinical Linguistics & Phonetics 19:5  pp. 367 ff. Crossref logo
Perkins, Michael R.
2011.  In Handbook of Pragmatics,  pp. 1 ff. Crossref logo
Schrenker, Katrin
2012.  In Vom Ich zum Du zum Wir [Reihe Pädagogik, ],  pp. 108 ff. Crossref logo
Shoeib, Rasha M., Fatma El-Zahraa A. Kaddah, Sally T. Kheir El-Din & Nithreen M. Said
2016. Study of pragmatic language ability in children with hearing loss. The Egyptian Journal of Otolaryngology 32:3  pp. 210 ff. Crossref logo
Simmons-Mackie, Nina N. & Jack S. Damico
2003. Contributions of Qualitative Research to the Knowledge Base of Normal Communication. American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology 12:2  pp. 144 ff. Crossref logo
Turkstra, Lyn S., Allison Clark, Sloane Burgess, Julie A. Hengst, Jeffrey C. Wertheimer & Diane Paul
2017. Pragmatic communication abilities in children and adults: implications for rehabilitation professionals. Disability and Rehabilitation 39:18  pp. 1872 ff. Crossref logo

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