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“Minute to Win It”: Using Elevator Speeches to Advocate in Educational Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology

Elevator speeches, or brief talks in which individuals pitch an idea, sell a solution to a problem, or raise awareness of an issue, have gained increasing popularity within the business world. While school-based professionals may not view themselves as having … Continue reading

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The Language of extraversion – Extraverted people talk more abstractly, introverts are more concrete

In this study investigating the link between extraversion and language abstraction, the authors report the findings suggest that the verbal style of extraverts is characterized by a higher level of abstract interpretation and that introverts tend to use concrete facts. … Continue reading

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The Language of extraversion – Extraverted people talk more abstractly, introverts are more concrete

In this study investigating the link between extraversion and language abstraction, the authors report the findings suggest that the verbal style of extraverts is characterized by a higher level of abstract interpretation and that introverts tend to use concrete facts. … Continue reading

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Using Transfer of Stimulus Control Technology to Promote Generalization and Spontaneity of Language

In this study, the authors explored the integration of textual scripts and explicit engineering of transfer of stimulus control procedures to facilitate functional conversation skills of a young girl with autism. The generalized use of prepositions, coordinating conjunctions, and subordinating … Continue reading

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