An Exploratory Investigation Of The Self-Concept Of Stutterers Research Article
Research Article  |   June 01, 1951
An Exploratory Investigation Of The Self-Concept Of Stutterers
 
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  • Fred E. Fiedler (Ph. D., Chicago, 1950) is Instructor in Psychology, and Joseph M. Wepman (Ph. D., Chicago, 1948) is Clinical Instructor in Otolaryngology, Lecturer in Psychology, and Director of the Speech Clinic, University of Chicago.
    Fred E. Fiedler (Ph. D., Chicago, 1950) is Instructor in Psychology, and Joseph M. Wepman (Ph. D., Chicago, 1948) is Clinical Instructor in Otolaryngology, Lecturer in Psychology, and Director of the Speech Clinic, University of Chicago.×
  • The writers are indebted to the members of the 1949–50 advanced seminar in speech pathology at the University of Chicago for their criticisms, suggestions, and assistance in collecting data. Mr. K. Isaacs, one of the members of that seminar, was in part responsible for the formulation of the problem as well as some of the statistical computations involved in the study.
    The writers are indebted to the members of the 1949–50 advanced seminar in speech pathology at the University of Chicago for their criticisms, suggestions, and assistance in collecting data. Mr. K. Isaacs, one of the members of that seminar, was in part responsible for the formulation of the problem as well as some of the statistical computations involved in the study.×
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Research Articles
Research Article   |   June 01, 1951
An Exploratory Investigation Of The Self-Concept Of Stutterers
Journal of Speech and Hearing Disorders, June 1951, Vol. 16, 110-114. doi:10.1044/jshd.1602.110
 
Journal of Speech and Hearing Disorders, June 1951, Vol. 16, 110-114. doi:10.1044/jshd.1602.110
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