Errata A number of errors have been discovered in the article “Auditory Discrimination and Articulation” published in the February issue of JSHD. These errors occur on pages 22 and 23. Readers should make the following corrections in their copies. In the discussion of the studies using a criterion of a minimum ... Articles
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Journal of Speech and Hearing Disorders, August 1967, Vol. 32, 299. doi:10.1044/jshd.3203.299
 
Journal of Speech and Hearing Disorders, August 1967, Vol. 32, 299. doi:10.1044/jshd.3203.299

A number of errors have been discovered in the article “Auditory Discrimination and Articulation” published in the February issue of JSHD. These errors occur on pages 22 and 23. Readers should make the following corrections in their copies. In the discussion of the studies using a criterion of a minimum number of sounds misarticulated six, rather than seven, studies should have been listed. These studies involve eight, not nine, experimental groups. Three, not four, of these experimental groups have a criterion of one or two sounds in error. The study by Hall and that by Farquhar should not be included in this section at all. In the discussion of the age variable three, rather than four, studies should be listed as including only older children or adults.

The changes do not affect the conclusions drawn in the paper.

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