Systematic Research In Experimental Phonetics:* 1. A Theory Of The Speech Mechanism As A Servosystem Articles
Articles  |   June 01, 1954
Systematic Research In Experimental Phonetics:* 1. A Theory Of The Speech Mechanism As A Servosystem
 
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  • * Under this title a section meeting of invited papers was arranged for the 1953 Annual Convention of ASHA by M. D. Steer. The four papers are here published as a group. At the suggestion of Chairman Steer, and with the agreement of the Editorial Staff, they are reproduced, with minor changes, substantially as read in order to preserve the flavor of the original occasion.
    Under this title a section meeting of invited papers was arranged for the 1953 Annual Convention of ASHA by M. D. Steer. The four papers are here published as a group. At the suggestion of Chairman Steer, and with the agreement of the Editorial Staff, they are reproduced, with minor changes, substantially as read in order to preserve the flavor of the original occasion.×
  • Grant Fairbanks (Ph.D., Iowa, 1936) is Professor of Speech and Director of the Speech Research Laboratory, University of Illinois.
    Grant Fairbanks (Ph.D., Iowa, 1936) is Professor of Speech and Director of the Speech Research Laboratory, University of Illinois.×
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Articles   |   June 01, 1954
Systematic Research In Experimental Phonetics:* 1. A Theory Of The Speech Mechanism As A Servosystem
Journal of Speech and Hearing Disorders, June 1954, Vol. 19, 133-139. doi:10.1044/jshd.1902.133
 
Journal of Speech and Hearing Disorders, June 1954, Vol. 19, 133-139. doi:10.1044/jshd.1902.133
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