Serial Identification of Colors by Stutterers Articles
Articles  |   September 01, 1948
Serial Identification of Colors by Stutterers
 
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  • * Charles Lightfoot (Ph.D., Northwestern) is Assistant Professor of Speech, Kenyon College, assigned to the faculty of the School of Aviation Medicine, N.A.T.B., Pensacola, Florida, as Associate Director of the Acoustic Laboratory. The author is grateful to Professor Wendell Johnson of the University of Iowa for stimulating interest which led to the formulation of the problem discussed in this article and to his Advisory Committee consisting of Professors Harold Westlake, Raymond Carhart, Robert Seashore, Paul Moore, and Clarence Simon (Chairman), all of Northwestern University, for furnishing suggestions which aided incalculably in the author’s completion of the doctoral thesis which this article summarizes.
    Charles Lightfoot (Ph.D., Northwestern) is Assistant Professor of Speech, Kenyon College, assigned to the faculty of the School of Aviation Medicine, N.A.T.B., Pensacola, Florida, as Associate Director of the Acoustic Laboratory. The author is grateful to Professor Wendell Johnson of the University of Iowa for stimulating interest which led to the formulation of the problem discussed in this article and to his Advisory Committee consisting of Professors Harold Westlake, Raymond Carhart, Robert Seashore, Paul Moore, and Clarence Simon (Chairman), all of Northwestern University, for furnishing suggestions which aided incalculably in the author’s completion of the doctoral thesis which this article summarizes.×
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Articles   |   September 01, 1948
Serial Identification of Colors by Stutterers
Journal of Speech and Hearing Disorders, September 1948, Vol. 13, 193-208. doi:10.1044/jshd.1303.193
 
Journal of Speech and Hearing Disorders, September 1948, Vol. 13, 193-208. doi:10.1044/jshd.1303.193
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