Principles of Nomenclature and of Classification of Speech and Voice Disorders Research Article
Research Article  |   March 01, 1947
Principles of Nomenclature and of Classification of Speech and Voice Disorders
 
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  • * Rewritten from a paper presented to the American Society for the Study of Disorders of Speech (now the A.S.C.A.) about 1929, when the classification of speech and voice disorders, published in 1931 in the first edition of A Dictionary of Terms Dealing with Disorders of Speech, was officially adopted by the Society. Professor Robbins is chairman of the Association’s Nomenclature Committee. He is Professor of Psychology, Emerson College, Boston, and Speech Correctionist for the Massachusetts Division of Mental Hygiene.
    Rewritten from a paper presented to the American Society for the Study of Disorders of Speech (now the A.S.C.A.) about 1929, when the classification of speech and voice disorders, published in 1931 in the first edition of A Dictionary of Terms Dealing with Disorders of Speech, was officially adopted by the Society. Professor Robbins is chairman of the Association’s Nomenclature Committee. He is Professor of Psychology, Emerson College, Boston, and Speech Correctionist for the Massachusetts Division of Mental Hygiene.×
    A revised and enlarged edition of the Dictionary is scehduled for publication in September 1947. All definitions have been rewritten, lengthened, and clarified, and a few minor revisions in classification have been made in order to make monomial nomenclature adequate for all speech disorders except those which have been named as a result of very elaborate technical studies. Many new terms have been added and the number of pages has been tripled.
    A revised and enlarged edition of the Dictionary is scehduled for publication in September 1947. All definitions have been rewritten, lengthened, and clarified, and a few minor revisions in classification have been made in order to make monomial nomenclature adequate for all speech disorders except those which have been named as a result of very elaborate technical studies. Many new terms have been added and the number of pages has been tripled.×
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Research Article   |   March 01, 1947
Principles of Nomenclature and of Classification of Speech and Voice Disorders
Journal of Speech Disorders, March 1947, Vol. 12, 17-22. doi:10.1044/jshd.1201.17
 
Journal of Speech Disorders, March 1947, Vol. 12, 17-22. doi:10.1044/jshd.1201.17
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