The Effect Of Changes In Side-Tone Delay And Level Upon Rate Of Oral Reading Of Normal Speakers Articles
Articles  |   December 01, 1954
The Effect Of Changes In Side-Tone Delay And Level Upon Rate Of Oral Reading Of Normal Speakers
 
Author Notes
  • This article is adapted from a paper presented at the 1953 Convention of ASHA, New York City, and based on a doctoral dissertation completed at Ohio State University under the direction of Professor John W. Black. The study was supported in part by funds granted to The Ohio State University by the Research Foundation for aid in fundamental research.
    This article is adapted from a paper presented at the 1953 Convention of ASHA, New York City, and based on a doctoral dissertation completed at Ohio State University under the direction of Professor John W. Black. The study was supported in part by funds granted to The Ohio State University by the Research Foundation for aid in fundamental research.×
  • Robert W. Peters (Ph.D., Ohio State, 1953) is a Research Associate with The Ohio State University Research Foundation employed at the Acoustic Laboratory, Naval School of Aviation Medicine, Pensacola, Florida.
    Robert W. Peters (Ph.D., Ohio State, 1953) is a Research Associate with The Ohio State University Research Foundation employed at the Acoustic Laboratory, Naval School of Aviation Medicine, Pensacola, Florida.×
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Articles   |   December 01, 1954
The Effect Of Changes In Side-Tone Delay And Level Upon Rate Of Oral Reading Of Normal Speakers
Journal of Speech and Hearing Disorders, December 1954, Vol. 19, 483-490. doi:10.1044/jshd.1904.483
 
Journal of Speech and Hearing Disorders, December 1954, Vol. 19, 483-490. doi:10.1044/jshd.1904.483
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