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Communication Disorders & Sciences Research Guide
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Look for books on the scientific and medical aspects of communication disorders in the Q and R sections and on education aspects of communication disorders in the L sections of all the library's books (2nd floor for L's and 3rd floor for Q's and R's).
Journals are shelved alphabetically on the 3rd floor, or will be online and searchable in a full-text research database. Journal articles are good sources for current information. Many journals are devoted to a specific field of study, such as Brain and Language.