Communication Sciences & Disorders
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Statistical information exists on just about any conceivable subject, including CSD topics. Much of it is published by federal agencies such as the U.S. Census Bureau, in particular the National Center for Health Statistics (NCHS), of the U.S. Dept. of Health and Human Services. Although these resources are very helpful, it may be more advantageous to look first for statistics published by professional CSD associations and educational institutions publishing disability and other similar statistical information. Other related federal agencies such as those overseeing Medicare and Medicaid, Social Security and state rehabilitation and special education programs are also good sources of statistical information.
MAJOR RESOURCES AND BACKGROUND TEXTS:
- Medical statistics from A to Z: a guide for clinicians and medical students, by B.S. Everitt. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press, 2003
Rose Library - RA407 .E943 2003
- Medical statistics made easy, by M. Harris and G. Taylor. London: Taylor & Francis, 2004.
Rose Library Reference - RA407 .H37 2004.
Easy-to-read reference book that explains common statistical terminology, with examples.
- Research and statistical methods in communication sciences and disorders, by David L. Maxwell and E. Satake. Thomson Delmar Learning, 2006.
Rose Library - RC423 .M3698 2006
OTHER RELATED RESOURCES:
- FedStats Database - NOTE: Although a gateway to more than 100 U.S. government agencies, this site does NOT normally provide adequate search results on CSD-specific topics
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S. Warlick on 10/25/2011