Some Vocal Effects of Different Reading Passages and Time Delays in Speech Feedback Articles
Articles  |   March 01, 1954
Some Vocal Effects of Different Reading Passages and Time Delays in Speech Feedback
 
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  • This article is based on a doctoral dissertation directed by Professors F. J. Shaw, M. D. Steer and T. D. Hanley and was carried out under contract with the Office of Naval Research, Special Devices Center, Human Engineering Department as Contract N6ori-104, T. O. II, Project 20-K-1, and has been submitted to the Office of Naval Research as Technical Report SDC 104-2-32.
    This article is based on a doctoral dissertation directed by Professors F. J. Shaw, M. D. Steer and T. D. Hanley and was carried out under contract with the Office of Naval Research, Special Devices Center, Human Engineering Department as Contract N6ori-104, T. O. II, Project 20-K-1, and has been submitted to the Office of Naval Research as Technical Report SDC 104-2-32.×
  • Bernard Spilka (Ph.D, Purdue, 1952) is associated with the Human Engineering Department, Special Devices Center, New York.
    Bernard Spilka (Ph.D, Purdue, 1952) is associated with the Human Engineering Department, Special Devices Center, New York.×
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Articles   |   March 01, 1954
Some Vocal Effects of Different Reading Passages and Time Delays in Speech Feedback
Journal of Speech and Hearing Disorders, March 1954, Vol. 19, 37-47. doi:10.1044/jshd.1901.37
 
Journal of Speech and Hearing Disorders, March 1954, Vol. 19, 37-47. doi:10.1044/jshd.1901.37
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