Congenital Aphasia: A Case Report Articles
Articles  |   March 01, 1952
Congenital Aphasia: A Case Report
 
Author Notes
  • The authors are indebted to Mr. William Timmerman, Clinical Psychologist, for his psychological study of this child and to the Research Department at the Training School at Vineland, New Jersey for critical evaluation of this article.
    The authors are indebted to Mr. William Timmerman, Clinical Psychologist, for his psychological study of this child and to the Research Department at the Training School at Vineland, New Jersey for critical evaluation of this article.×
  • George W. Gens (Ph.D., Michigan, 1947) is Professor of Education and Director of the Curriculum for Handicapped Children, New Jersey State Teachers College at Newark.
    George W. Gens (Ph.D., Michigan, 1947) is Professor of Education and Director of the Curriculum for Handicapped Children, New Jersey State Teachers College at Newark.×
  • M. Lois Bibey (M.Ed., Pennsylvania State, 1950) is Graduate Assistant, Pennsylvania State College.
    M. Lois Bibey (M.Ed., Pennsylvania State, 1950) is Graduate Assistant, Pennsylvania State College.×
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Articles   |   March 01, 1952
Congenital Aphasia: A Case Report
Journal of Speech and Hearing Disorders, March 1952, Vol. 17, 32-38. doi:10.1044/jshd.1701.32
 
Journal of Speech and Hearing Disorders, March 1952, Vol. 17, 32-38. doi:10.1044/jshd.1701.32
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