The Relevance of Speech Therapy: A Physician's Viewpoint

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Permission to publish Mike Hughes 10/2/02
Re: Permission to publish Nathan Lavid 10/2/02
Plasticity of the " emotional brain" Lieven.Grommen@skynet.be 10/3/02
Re: Plasticity of the " emotional brain" Nathan Lavid 10/4/02
Relevance of Speech Therapy. John Howley 10/4/02
Re: Relevance of Speech Therapy.  10/4/02
Re: Recent Neuroscience Research andreadesjardins@address.com 10/4/02
Re: Recent Neuroscience Research Nathan Lavid 10/5/02
to John Howley and Dr.Nathan Lavid Huang Haiyin 10/5/02
Re: to John Howley and Dr.Nathan Lavid Nathan Lavid 10/6/02
An activite life style Maggie Mitchell, Minnesota State University Mankato 10/6/02
Re: An activite life style Nathan Lavid 10/6/02
Permission to publish? Liv Marit Dalen 10/6/02
Re: Permission to publish? Nathan Lavid 10/6/02
The failings of speech therapy Ed Feuer 10/7/02
Re: The failings of speech therapy Nathan Lavid 10/7/02
Re: The failings of speech therapy Ed Feuer 10/8/02
role of the amygdaloid circuits and the hippocampus Darrell Dodge 10/10/02
Re: role of the amygdaloid circuits and the hippocampus Janis Ingham 10/11/02
Re: role of the amygdaloid circuits and the hippocampus Darrell Dodge 10/15/02
Re: role of the amygdaloid circuits and the hippocampus Nathan Lavid 10/13/02
Re: role of the amygdaloid circuits and the hippocampus Darrell Dodge 10/17/02
Re: role of the amygdaloid circuits and the hippocampus Nathan Lavid 10/21/02
Re: role of the amygdaloid circuits and the hippocampus Darrell Dodge 10/21/02
Article 23 Janis Ingham 10/11/02
stuttering drug Holger Stenzel, Germany 10/12/02
Re: stuttering drug Nathan Lavid 10/13/02
Speech Therapy Sarah Helm 10/13/02
Re: Speech Therapy Nathan Lavid 10/13/02
Speech Therapy Heidi Wolak-Faber 10/14/02
Re: Speech Therapy Nathan Lavid 10/15/02
Impact of Confidence Laura F. 10/19/02
Re: Impact of Confidence Nathan Lavid 10/21/02
correlations between age and treatment intensity Becky P. 10/20/02
Re: correlations between age and treatment intensity Nathan Lavid 10/21/02
To Nathan Lavid: The relevance of speech therapy. Possible to publish? Jenny, medical student, Sweden 10/21/02
Re: To Nathan Lavid: The relevance of speech therapy. Possible to... Nathan Lavid 10/21/02
Cause of stuttering Mandy M. 10/21/02
Re: Cause of stuttering Nathan Lavid 10/21/02
Our genetic make-up Hollie Prunty 10/21/02
Re: Our genetic make-up Nathan Lavid 10/22/02
Viewpoint Matthew Terry 10/21/02
Re: Viewpoint Nathan Lavid 10/22/02
switching gears Jenna Saathoff 10/22/02
Re: switching gears Nathan Lavid 10/22/02

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