Subject Guide for Speech - Language - Hearing Sciences
Brief Description: Studies the science of human communication and its individual differences and disorders. Research within SLHS focuses upon the developmental, sociological, emotional, cultural, educational, economic, political, cognitive, neurological, psychological, physical, biological, physiological and therapeutic aspects of human communication. (UCB Program)
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CU ERIC via FirstSearch
Contains annotated references to educational materials. Coverage: 1966 - present.
CU Medline via ProQuest
Produced by the U.S. National Library of Medicine, the premier source for bibliographic and abstract coverage of biomedical literature. Coverage: 1966 - present.
CU PsycINFO via EbscoHost
Indexes dissertations and research in psychology and related fields. Coverage: 1887 - present.
Contains full text articles from Elsevier published journals. Coverage: 1997 - present.
CU Web of Science
Formerly ISI Citation indexes. Coverage: 1970 - present.
Encyclopedias and Dictionaries for Speech-Language-Hearing
Use these resources to gather background information, definitions, and explanations. Print resources link to Chinook, the UCB online catalog.
Science Ref RC423 C644 1996
Science Ref RC423 C656 1999
Science Ref RC423 M597 1997
Science Ref RC423 M395 1998
Science Ref RC423 P665 1999