The Sourcebook for Speech, Language, and Cognition is based on material previously included in separate volumes and adds new content to make an excellent resource for clinicians. Not meant as a workbook for clients to write in, the ""Sourcebook for Speech, Language, and Cognition"" provides a wealth of drills for an entire client caseload. The unique format is ideal for use as a screening device that offers numerous follow-up exercises in weak areas. Designed for adolescents and adults of all levels of impairments, with thousands of stimulus questions grouped by type, construction, and complexity, the ""Sourcebook for Speech, Language, and Cognition"" will expand any repertory of treatment resources. The new edition of the Sourcebook presents mostly new material, with revised questions, updated concepts and words, and brand-new exercises presented in a different way. Its design retains a user-friendly format, including a durable hard-bound cover and easy-to-read section dividers clearly marking sections within the target areas of expressive and receptive functioning. Exercises within each target area are arranged in a general level of difficulty from low to high. As with the previous volumes of the Sourcebook, the front of the divider lists the first question of each exercise, which serves as an aid to clinicians in diagnosing patient ability as well as a key for the type and level of exercise desired. Target areas in this book include receptive language functioning (yes/no questions, multiple choice questions, sentence comprehension, basic math, functional reading questions, paragraph comprehension) and expressive language functioning (nonverbal communication, completions, naming, word fluency, sentence formulation, short answer formulation). A selected answer key is also included.