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Chen, S. J. (2011). It’s all about how language works. Idiom Online, 41(3). This material can be found here.
Gironda, F. R. (2011). Assessment of articulation and phonological disorders. In R. Fabus, & C. Stein-Rubin (Eds.), A guide to clinical assessment and professional report writing in speech-language pathology. Clifton Park, NY: Cengage Learning.
Gironda, F. R. (2011). Assessment of oral-peripheral speech mechanism examination. In R. Fabus, & C. Stein-Rubin (Eds.), A guide to clinical assessment and professional report writing in speech-language pathology. Clifton Park, NY: Cengage Learning.
Malgady, R. G., & Johnson, M. G. (1976). Modifiers in metaphors: Effects of constituent phrase similarity on comprehension of figurative sentences. Journal of Psycholinguistic Research, 5, 43-52.
Malgady, R. G., & Johnson, M. G. (1977). Recognition memory for literal, figurative and anomalous sentences. Bulletin of the Psychonomic Society, 9, 214-217.
Malgady, R. G., & Johnson, M. G. (1980). Measurement of figurative language: Semantic feature models of comprehension and appreciation. In R. P. Honeck & R. R. Hoffman (Eds.), Cognitive psychology and figurative language. Hillsdale, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates.
Reichel, I., & Bakker, K. (2009). Global landscape on cluttering. Perspectives on fluency and fluency disorders, 19(2), 62-66.
Reichel, I., & St. Louis, K. O. (2004). The effects of emotional intelligence: Training in graduate fluency disorders classes. In H-G Bosshardt, J. S. Yaruss, & H. F. M. Peters (Eds.), Fluency disorders: Theory, research, treatment, and self-help (pp. 471-481). Nijmegen, The Netherlands: International Fluency Association/Nijmegen University Press.
Reichel, I., & St. Louis, K. O. (2007). Mitigating negative stereotyping of stuttering in a fluency disorders class. In J. Au-Yeung & M. Leahy (Eds.), Research, treatment, and self-help in fluency disorders- New horizons: Proceedings of the Fifth World Congress on Fluency Disorders (pp. 236-244). Dublin, Ireland: The International Fluency Association.
Reichel, I. K. (2007). Treating the person who clutters and stutters. In K. Bakker, L. Raphael & F. Myers (Eds.), Proceedings of the First World Conference on Cluttering (pp. 99-108). Katarino, Bulgaria: International Cluttering Association.
Reichel, I. K., & Draguns, J. (2011). International perspectives on perceiving, identifying, and managing cluttering. In D. Ward & K. Scaler Scott (Eds.), Cluttering: A handbook of research, intervention, and education (pp. 263-279). East Sussex, UK: Psychology Press.
Reichel, I. K., & Ray, A. (2008). The ICA adopts the cluttering orphan. Perspectives on Fluency and Fluency Disorders, 18(2), 84-86.
Reiter, S. (2009). Writing away the demons: Stories of creative coping through transformative writing. St. Cloud, MN: North Star Press.
Reiter, S. (2010). Poets-Behind-Bars; A creative righting project for prisoners and poetry therapists in training. Journal of Poetry Therapy, 23(4), 215-238. doi: 10.1080/08893675.2010.528221
Reiter, S., & Leedy, J. (1981). The uses of poetry in drama therapy. In G. Schattner & R. Courtney (Eds.), Drama in therapy for adults. New York, NY: Drama Book Specialists.
Reiter, S., & Weisberger, L. (2003). Coping with grief and loss. In G. G. Chavis & L. L. Weisberger (Eds.), The healing fountain: Poetry therapy for life's journey (pp.110-146). St. Cloud, MN: North Star Press.
Shapiro, D. A., Abbink, M., Bortz, M., Bruna, A., Cook, F., Dhu, P., . . . Wahlhaus, M. (2004). A multinational investigation of stuttering intervention: Assumptions, practices, and lessons. In A. Packman, A. Meltzer, & H. F. M. Peters (Eds.), Theory, research and therapy in fluency disorders (pp. 123-138). Nijmegen, The Netherlands: Nijmegen University Press.
Shapiro, D. A., Molt, L. F., Lundberg, A., Reichel, I., Ohashi, Y., Simon, A. M., & Wahlhaus, M. M. (2000). Multinational understanding through stuttering intervention: Diverse influences and global lessons. In H. G. Bosshardt, J. S. Yaruss, & H. F. M. Peters (Eds.), Fluency disorders: Theory, research, treatment, and self-help (pp. 505-512). Nijmegen, The Netherlands: International Fluency Association/Nijmegen University Press.
St. Louis, K. O., Reichel, I., Yaruss, S. J., & Lubker, B. B. (2009). Construct and concurrent validity of a prototype questionnaire to survey public attitudes toward stuttering. Journal of Fluency Disorders, 34(1), 11-28.
Weill, F. (2011). The role of verbal working memory in new word learning in toddlers 24 to 30 months old (Unpublished doctoral dissertation). South Orange, NJ: Seton Hall University Press.