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Speech-Language Pathology

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Photograph of the sculpture found in the Calier Center Atrium. Three children play with seashells against their ears and mouths.

This guide is continually updated to inform students, faculty, and our community of the many types of academic resources and search methods available to facilitate the study of Speech-Language Pathology.

Speech-Language Pathology is the clinical study, diagnosis and treatment of individuals with communication and swallowing disorders, such as stuttering, apraxia, aphasia, dysphagia, and dysarthria. Phonology, fluency and resonance of speech, as well as receptive language (cognition) and expressive language, are the chief categories of study.

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