Communication Sampling Procedures
Learning Objectives (Ch. 5).
After reading this chapter, students will be able to:
- Give a rationale for collecting communication samples
- List appropriate sampling contexts for age groups throughout the life span
- Describe manual and computer-assisted methods of analyzing communication samples
- List the aspects of language that should be assessed through communication sampling at each developmental level
- Discuss interpretation of language sampling and how it relates to treatment planning
- Name the aspects of speech that can be examined through communication sampling
- Describe how speech sampling supplements other assessments in this areas
- Explain the role that speech sampling plays in the assessment and treatment of speech disorders
Paul, R., Bernstein Ratner, N., Korytkowska, M., & Leydon, C. (2021). Communication sampling procedures. In R. Paul, R. & Simmons, E. S. (Eds.). Introduction to clinical methods in communication disorders (4th ed., pp. 113-158). Paul H. Brookes Publishing Co.
Introduction to clinical methods in communication disorders
Place of Publication
Paul H. Brookes Publishing Company