by Judith Maginnis Kuster - Minnesota State University, Mankato (firstname.lastname@example.org).
The Internet is becoming a cooperative tool for collecting and building bibliographies of relevant materials in ways that journals are less able due to space limitations. Many of the bibliographies are becoming "works in progress" with new citations being added as they are published. Treatment efficacy bibliographies in 10 different disorder areas (aphasia, child language disorders, dysarthria, dysphagia, hearing loss in children, hearing loss, hearing aid selection and use, phonological disorders in children, stuttering, traumatic brain injury, and voice disorders) are on the ASHA homepage. They are from technical papers written by experts in the field to assist members in obtaining information on the efficacy of various treatments.
Stephen E. Blache et.al. maintain a bibliography on infant cry research