College of Health and Human Services ยป Department of Communicative Disorders & Deaf Studies
9 achievements

9 achievements

Maul, Christine A.
Maul, C., Findley, B., & Adams, A.  (2016). Behavioral principles in communicative disorders : applications to assessment and treatment. 
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Maul, C.  (2015). Working with culturally and linguistically diverse students and their families: Perceptions and practices of school speech-language therapists in the United States.  International Journal of Language and Communication Disorders. 50(6), 750-762.
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Maul, C.  (2011). Family-centered service delivery: Is there an evidence base?.  California Speech-Language-Hearing Association. 8-9.
Singer, G., Maul, C., Wang, M., & Ethridge, B.  (2011). Resilience in families of children with disabilities.  Handbook of Special Education. (pp.654-667) New York, N.Y: Routledge.
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Singer, G., Maul, C., Wang, M., & Ethridge, B.  (2011). Positive adaptation in Latino families of children with developmental disabilities: Risk and protective factors.  Handbook of special education. New York [etc.]: Routledge.
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Aldana, S., Singer, G., Maul, C., Magaña, A., & Esparza, S.  (2010). Positive adaptation in Latino families of children with developmental disabilities: An initial test of positive adaptation theory.  Critical Disability Discourse. 1-22.
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Maul, C., & Singer, G.  (2009). Just good different things: Specific accommodations families make to positively adapt to their children with developmental disabilities.  Topics in Early Childhood Special Education. 29(3), 155-170.
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Maul, C., Austin, M., Buckles, T., Middleton, D., Phillips, D., Valles, S., & Solomon-Rice, P.  (2007). Position statement on interpreting the meaning of messages generated by persons with complex communication needs.  California Speech-Language-Hearing Association. 35-43.
Hegde, M., & Maul, C.  (2006). Language disorders in children: An evidence-based approach to assessment and treatment.  Boston: Pearson/Allyn & Bacon.
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