The Etiology of Stammering: The Psychophysiologic Facts Which Concern the Production of Speech Sounds and of Stammering Research Article
Research Article  |   December 01, 1943
The Etiology of Stammering: The Psychophysiologic Facts Which Concern the Production of Speech Sounds and of Stammering
 
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  • Elmer L. Kenyon, A.B., M.D.
    Chicago
  • * The author has recently published the following four essays on the etiology of stammering. Essay No. 4, (see title below) may be considered as the introductory essay to this new, more detailed and complete study of etiology, begun with the present essay, No. 5. The preceding essays were:
    1. Peripheral physical inhibition of speech; an essential phenomenon and an important causal factor of stammering, Arch. Otolaryngology, 1930, 12, 769–784.

    2. A critical examination of the foundations of the “Recoil of the Vowel” theory of the cause of the impediment of the speech in stammering, J. Speech Disorders, 1940, 5, 97–113.

    3. The etiology of stammering; an examination into recent studies; with a glance into the future, Illinois Med. J., 1941, 79, 334–341. The above essay appears also in J. Speech Disorders, 1941, 6, 1–13.

    4. The etiology of stammering: fundamentally a wrong psychophysiologic habit in the control of the vocal cords for the production of an individual speech sound. A beginning presentation, Illinois Med. J., 1942, 81, No. 3. This essay also appears in J. Speech Disorders, 1942, 7, 97–105.

    The author has recently published the following four essays on the etiology of stammering. Essay No. 4, (see title below) may be considered as the introductory essay to this new, more detailed and complete study of etiology, begun with the present essay, No. 5. The preceding essays were:
    1. Peripheral physical inhibition of speech; an essential phenomenon and an important causal factor of stammering, Arch. Otolaryngology, 1930, 12, 769–784.

    2. A critical examination of the foundations of the “Recoil of the Vowel” theory of the cause of the impediment of the speech in stammering, J. Speech Disorders, 1940, 5, 97–113.

    3. The etiology of stammering; an examination into recent studies; with a glance into the future, Illinois Med. J., 1941, 79, 334–341. The above essay appears also in J. Speech Disorders, 1941, 6, 1–13.

    4. The etiology of stammering: fundamentally a wrong psychophysiologic habit in the control of the vocal cords for the production of an individual speech sound. A beginning presentation, Illinois Med. J., 1942, 81, No. 3. This essay also appears in J. Speech Disorders, 1942, 7, 97–105.

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Research Article   |   December 01, 1943
The Etiology of Stammering: The Psychophysiologic Facts Which Concern the Production of Speech Sounds and of Stammering
Journal of Speech Disorders, December 1943, Vol. 8, 337-348. doi:10.1044/jshd.0804.337
 
Journal of Speech Disorders, December 1943, Vol. 8, 337-348. doi:10.1044/jshd.0804.337
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