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Kings Speech


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    9063Journal Article Reference 1 of 16
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    "The King's Speech": a shining moment
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    ASHA LEADER, 2011, 16, 2, 1-1
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    H.M. King George VI
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    Nature, 1952, 169, 4294, 251-252, Not Available
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    KING George the Sixth: "Our Most Illustrious Doctor"
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    Br.Med.J., 1952, 1, 4754, 386-388, Not Available
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    KING George VI
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    Br.Med.J., 1952, 1, 4754, 366-367, Not Available
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    The illness of George VI, King of England
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    Minerva Med., 1951, 42, 74, Varia, 498-502, Not Available
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    9060Journal Article Reference 6 of 16
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    Lionel logue: a pioneer in speech-language pathology
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    ASHA LEADER, 2011, 16, 2, 10-12
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    9058Journal Article Reference 7 of 16
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    David Seidler to Receive "Annie" at 2011 Convention Oscar-winning "The King's Speech" Screenwriter Overcame His Own Stutter
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    ASHA LEADER, 2011, 16, 8, 21-21
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    Historical and cultural influences on establishing professional legitimacy: a case example from Lionel Logue
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    Am.J.Speech Lang.Pathol., 2012, 21, 4, 387-396, United States
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    9064Journal Article Reference 9 of 16
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    The King's Speech: the stuttering puffs of royal transference
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    AUSTRALAS PSYCHIATRY, 2011, 19, 4, 368-369
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    9061Journal Article Reference 10 of 16
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    Movie Review: The King's Speech
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    EXCEPTIONAL PARENT, 2011, 41, 5, 20-20
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    Is "The King's Speech," the movie chronicling the relationship between England's King George VI and his speech therapist, an accurate portrayal of stuttering?
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    Harv.Ment.Health Lett., 2011, 27, 9, 8, United States
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    9062Journal Article Reference 12 of 16
    Title
    Stuttering and a king's speech
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    Harv.Ment.Health Lett., 2011, 27, 9, 8-8
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    9059Journal Article Reference 13 of 16
    Title
    'King's Speech' addresses the issue
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    LA TIMES, 2010, E5-E5
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    The king's speech
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    The King's Speech: Should SUDEP be part of the script?
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    Epilepsy and Behavior, 2011, 21, 2, 212-213
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    Five analogies between a King's Speech treatment and contemporary play therapies
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    Am.J.Psychother., 2012, 66, 3, 243-258, United States
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