Environmental Factors in Relation to the Speech of Cerebral Palsied Children Articles
Articles  |   December 01, 1948
Environmental Factors in Relation to the Speech of Cerebral Palsied Children
 
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  • * Philip N. Hood (M.A., Denver) is an instructor in the Department of Speech, University of Indiana. Kennon H. Shank (M.A., Denver) is Assistant Professor of Speech at Texas State College for Women. Doris B. Williamson (M.A., Denver) is an instructor in the School of Speech at the University of Denver. This article represents a resumé of three M. A. theses written at the University of Denver in 1947. The research was directed by Professor Robert Harrington, who presented the paper to the American Speech and Hearing Association at the 1947 Convention.
    Philip N. Hood (M.A., Denver) is an instructor in the Department of Speech, University of Indiana. Kennon H. Shank (M.A., Denver) is Assistant Professor of Speech at Texas State College for Women. Doris B. Williamson (M.A., Denver) is an instructor in the School of Speech at the University of Denver. This article represents a resumé of three M. A. theses written at the University of Denver in 1947. The research was directed by Professor Robert Harrington, who presented the paper to the American Speech and Hearing Association at the 1947 Convention.×
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Articles   |   December 01, 1948
Environmental Factors in Relation to the Speech of Cerebral Palsied Children
Journal of Speech and Hearing Disorders, December 1948, Vol. 13, 325-331. doi:10.1044/jshd.1304.325
 
Journal of Speech and Hearing Disorders, December 1948, Vol. 13, 325-331. doi:10.1044/jshd.1304.325
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