Speech Correction: Principles and Methods

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A
Abreaction, 77
Achievement tests, 141
Aiken, W. A., 309
Anti-expectancy, 174
Aphasia, 53, 169 ff., 197
Appelt, A., 392
Applicators, 241
Articulation:
common errors in, 34
structures of, 28
tests of, 156 ff., 181
Articulatory disorders:
case history for, 128
causes, 56, 219
classification, 53
treatment for, 208 ff.
Assignments:
articulation, 258
criteria of good, 109
stuttering, 350
Assimilation nasality, 304
Atrophy, 150
Attitudes, stuttering, 177, 324
Audience reactions, 368
Auditory acuity tests, 142
Auditory memory span:
tests of, 142
treatment for weak, 196, 221
Autobiography, 152
Avery, E., 36, 309, 312, 314
Avoidance as symptom of stuttering, 173

B
Babbling, 40
articulation, 223
in delayed speech, 186
method of teaching sounds, 244
Baby talk, 52
Barnard, R. S., 9
Barriers, psychological, 367
Barrows, S., 37, 268, 309, 311, 312, 426
Beatty, H. G., 413
Bender, J. F., 10, 318, 426
Bernreuter, 141
Bilingualism as cause of delayed speech, 192 (see also Foreign dialect)
Birthcry, 39,
Blackburn, W. B., 325
Blair, V. P., 413
Blanton, M. G., 59
Blanton, S., 59, 320, 393
Bluemel, C. S., 320, 329, 393, 394, 399
Bonnet, C., 328
Boome, E. J., 330, 393
Borden, R. C., 155, 181, 266, 426
Breathing, 13 ff.
abnormalities of, 18, 322
habits, retraining, 288
neurology of, 15
records, 147
types of, 18
Brown, F. W., 206, 264, 320, 394, 400
Brown, S., 396
Bryngelson, B., 89, 319, 394
Buckingham, B. R., 426
Bullowa, A. M., 281
Busse, A. C., 155, 181, 266, 426

C
Caldwell, F., 426
Canceling failure, 359
Carll, A. L., 315
Carlson, A., 10
Carr, Anna M., 112
Carrell, J. A., 60, 181
Case history, 114 ff.
Case, I., 268, 311, 312
Cerebral dominance, 319
Change of voice, 272
Checking devices, 258
Children, treatment for, 110
Clark, K., 112
Clark, P. L., 319

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