Speech Disorders In World War II: VIII. Stuttering Research Article
Research Article  |   December 01, 1946
Speech Disorders In World War II: VIII. Stuttering
 
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  • * William G. Peacher (M.D., Syracuse) is a Major in the Medical Corps, now assigned to the Valley Forge General Hospital (Army Service Forces), at Phoenixville, Pennsylvania. At the time the above article was prepared, William E. Harris (M.A., Iowa) was Assistant Chief at the Speech Clinic, McGuire General Hospital, Richmond 19, Virginia. This is the eighth of a series of articles written by or under the direction of Major Peacher dealing with speech disorders in World War II.
    William G. Peacher (M.D., Syracuse) is a Major in the Medical Corps, now assigned to the Valley Forge General Hospital (Army Service Forces), at Phoenixville, Pennsylvania. At the time the above article was prepared, William E. Harris (M.A., Iowa) was Assistant Chief at the Speech Clinic, McGuire General Hospital, Richmond 19, Virginia. This is the eighth of a series of articles written by or under the direction of Major Peacher dealing with speech disorders in World War II.×
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Research Article   |   December 01, 1946
Speech Disorders In World War II: VIII. Stuttering
Journal of Speech Disorders, December 1946, Vol. 11, 303-308. doi:10.1044/jshd.1104.303
 
Journal of Speech Disorders, December 1946, Vol. 11, 303-308. doi:10.1044/jshd.1104.303
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