The Reliability and Validity of Monitored Connected Discourse as a Test of the Threshold of Intelligibility Articles
Articles  |   December 01, 1948
The Reliability and Validity of Monitored Connected Discourse as a Test of the Threshold of Intelligibility
 
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  • * George A. Falconer (M.S., Washington) is director of the faculty of the Memphis Speech and Hearing Center, Memphis Tennessee. The material contained in this article was abstracted for a report to the 1947 convention of A.S.H.A. from a master’s thesis which was directed by Drs. S. Richard Silverman and Hallowell Davis. The study was done in the research laboratory of the Central Institute of the Deaf. A more complete report of the study will be found in the September, 1947 issue of The Larygoscope under the authorship of Mr. Falconer and Dr. Davis.
    George A. Falconer (M.S., Washington) is director of the faculty of the Memphis Speech and Hearing Center, Memphis Tennessee. The material contained in this article was abstracted for a report to the 1947 convention of A.S.H.A. from a master’s thesis which was directed by Drs. S. Richard Silverman and Hallowell Davis. The study was done in the research laboratory of the Central Institute of the Deaf. A more complete report of the study will be found in the September, 1947 issue of The Larygoscope under the authorship of Mr. Falconer and Dr. Davis.×
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Articles   |   December 01, 1948
The Reliability and Validity of Monitored Connected Discourse as a Test of the Threshold of Intelligibility
Journal of Speech and Hearing Disorders, December 1948, Vol. 13, 369-371. doi:10.1044/jshd.1304.369
 
Journal of Speech and Hearing Disorders, December 1948, Vol. 13, 369-371. doi:10.1044/jshd.1304.369
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