We are delighted to introduce you to Michael Kimbarow’s Cognitive Communication Disorders.
A team of expert contributors addresses all aspects of cognitive processes, from normal functioning to deficits such as executive functioning, though Alzheimer’s to TBI, which may affect communication.
June is National Aphasia Awareness Month! Check out our new aphasia product called Simple Counseling. It’s not a book, but a self-contained website on CD-ROM intended to support university instructors who seek to focus students on principles and methods of counseling pertinent to adults who have aphasia.
Get ready for June releases in audiology! Written by authoritative experts in the field, new releases include topics on otoacoustic emissions, fitting and dispensing hearing aids, central auditory processing disorders, and professional writing skills
May is Better Hearing and Speech Month! In celebration, we would like to announce our forthcoming speech and language pathology resources for 2011! From topics on organization of school programs to stuttering therapy, Plural provides a variety of resources for your every need.
Check out Plural’s forthcoming speech and language pathology releases for 2011!
We are thrilled to share some exciting news with you! Bellis’ central auditory processing text has been acquired by Plural Publishing. Offered at a new student-friendly price, you can now find the second edition of Assessment and Management of Central Auditory Processing Disorders in the Education Setting available for course review and/or purchase on our Website.
We are excited to be preparing for the COSM meeting in Chicago. We have amazing discounts on our favorite books, including some titles that are 50% off! We will also be having a drawing for two free books. We will be at booth #618; please stop by and say hello!
We just sent “Vestibular Learning Manual,” by Bre Lynn Myers, to the printer, and it will be in the warehouse in April. This book is part of the Core Clinical Concepts in Audiology Series and is designed to be a systematic, practical application of theoretical knowledge commonly taught in vestibular curriculum of Audiology Doctoral programs.
The much-awaited companion text to Hegde’s Assessment of Communication Disorders in Children is here for Spring 2011 adoption! Designed for adult communication disorders courses, this text provides students with a unique combination of scholarly information, invaluable resources, and time-saving techniques on assessment of communication disorders in adults.
Six reasons to adopt this book:
Covers the full range of communication disorders in adults from aphasia to voice disorders
Presents two chapters for each disorder: one on resources that offers scholarly and research background and one on resources that describe practical procedures that save preparation time and effort for the clinician
Extensive discussion of issues in using standardized tests along with detailed information on psychometric principles
Alternative assessment approaches that minimize the problems inherent to standardized tests
Integrates multicultural assessment procedures into the assessment techniques offered for all communication disorders
Includes CD with assessment forms from the text, customizable for individual clinicians/institutions
We are excited to share that our new audiology textbook entitled “Human Auditory Evoked Potentials,” by Dr. Terence Picton, received 4-stars from Doodys!
Ryan McCreery, M.S.(Boys Town National Research Hospital), DOODY’S REVIEWS, (December 2010): “4 STARS! The book is conceptually divided into three major sections. The first section provides in-depth background on the measurement of auditory evoked potentials, including basic physiological concepts and general measurement considerations. The second section outlines specific auditory evoked potentials and the measurement of those responses. The third section covers specific applications of auditory evoked potentials, including infant hearing assessment, neurotology, auditory neuropathy, and cochlear implants. This group of chapters provides a unique perspective on the applications for auditory evoked potentials. This [book] is a comprehensive overview of a wide range of auditory evoked responses for clinicians and researchers. The chapters on applications of auditory evoked potentials for neurotology, auditory neuropathy, and cochlear implants are important elements.”