Auditory Processing Factors in Language Disorders: The View from Procrustes' Bed On page 306 of her article in the August 1973 issue of this journal (“Auditory Processing Factors in Language Disorders: The View from Procrustes' Bed,” pp. 304–315) Norma S. Rees cites a study by Russell L. Malone (“Temporal Ordering and Speech Identification Abilities,” Journal of Speech and Hearing Research, 10, ... Erratum
Erratum  |   February 01, 1974
Auditory Processing Factors in Language Disorders: The View from Procrustes' Bed
 
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Erratum   |   February 01, 1974
Auditory Processing Factors in Language Disorders: The View from Procrustes' Bed
Journal of Speech and Hearing Disorders, February 1974, Vol. 39, 111. doi:10.1044/jshd.3901.111
 
Journal of Speech and Hearing Disorders, February 1974, Vol. 39, 111. doi:10.1044/jshd.3901.111

On page 306 of her article in the August 1973 issue of this journal (“Auditory Processing Factors in Language Disorders: The View from Procrustes' Bed,” pp. 304–315) Norma S. Rees cites a study by Russell L. Malone (“Temporal Ordering and Speech Identification Abilities,” Journal of Speech and Hearing Research, 10, 542–548, 1967) as being one in which the subjects were aphasic. In fact, the subjects in the Malone study were normal.

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