Language intervention from ape to child

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Statementedited by Richard L. Schiefelbusch and John H. Hollis ; technical editors, Marilyn Barket, Robert Hoyt.
SeriesLanguage intervention series ;, v. 3
ContributionsSchiefelbusch, Richard L., Hollis, John H.
LC ClassificationsQL776 .L36
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Paginationxv, 535 p. :
Number of Pages535
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Open LibraryOL4399586M
ISBN 100839114133
LC Control Number79000359

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