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A case study of Adaptive Interaction: A new approach to communication with people with advanced dementia. / Ellis, Maggie P; Astell, Arlene Jean.

In: PSIGE Newsletter, Vol. 105, 2008, p. 24-34.

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Ellis, MP & Astell, AJ 2008, 'A case study of Adaptive Interaction: A new approach to communication with people with advanced dementia' PSIGE Newsletter, vol. 105, pp. 24-34.

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Ellis, M. P., & Astell, A. J. (2008). A case study of Adaptive Interaction: A new approach to communication with people with advanced dementia. PSIGE Newsletter, 105, 24-34.

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Ellis MP, Astell AJ. A case study of Adaptive Interaction: A new approach to communication with people with advanced dementia. PSIGE Newsletter. 2008;105:24-34.

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Ellis, Maggie P ; Astell, Arlene Jean. / A case study of Adaptive Interaction: A new approach to communication with people with advanced dementia. In: PSIGE Newsletter. 2008 ; Vol. 105. pp. 24-34.

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