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Books in the Library

CSD is an multidisciplinary field, so relevant books have many different call numbers. However, many are in the call number range 616-617. A few examples are:

  • 616.8552 for aphasia
  • 616.8554 for fluency disorders
  • 617.481 for treatment of traumatic brain injury
  • 617.89 for audiology

Publication Manual of the American Psychological Association REF 808.06615 P976a 2010

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