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Volume 7, Issue 4 (1978)

The Utilization of Non-Vocal Communication With Handicapped Children

pp. 44—54

One defining characteristic of human beings is their urge to communicate in abstract as well as concrete ways. By a systematic combination and recombination of various elements(phonemes) we are able to generate novel yet appropriate utterances.Such an ability frees us from limitations to the here and now and allows us to use our communication systems to serve a wide range of functions.

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