Speech Disorders Among European Military Personnel In World War I: Part 1 Research Article
Research Article  |   December 01, 1951
Speech Disorders Among European Military Personnel In World War I: Part 1
 
Author Notes
  • Harlan Bloomer (Ph.D., Michigan, 1935) is Professor of Speech and Director of the Speech Clinic, and Hide Shohara (Ph.D., Michigan, 1932) is Assistant Professor of Japanese and Acting Chairman of the Department of Far Eastern Languages and Literatures, University of Michigan.
    Harlan Bloomer (Ph.D., Michigan, 1935) is Professor of Speech and Director of the Speech Clinic, and Hide Shohara (Ph.D., Michigan, 1932) is Assistant Professor of Japanese and Acting Chairman of the Department of Far Eastern Languages and Literatures, University of Michigan.×
  • Dr. Clarence Meader, Professor Emeritus of General Linguistics, University of Michigan, assisted in the translation in most of the Italian references and provided encouragement and critical comment. Several graduate students suggested bibliographic references and contributed some of the abstracts from British journals.
    Dr. Clarence Meader, Professor Emeritus of General Linguistics, University of Michigan, assisted in the translation in most of the Italian references and provided encouragement and critical comment. Several graduate students suggested bibliographic references and contributed some of the abstracts from British journals.×
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Research Articles
Research Article   |   December 01, 1951
Speech Disorders Among European Military Personnel In World War I: Part 1
Journal of Speech and Hearing Disorders, December 1951, Vol. 16, 351-366. doi:10.1044/jshd.1604.351
 
Journal of Speech and Hearing Disorders, December 1951, Vol. 16, 351-366. doi:10.1044/jshd.1604.351
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