|1.|| Bryngelson Bryng, "Speech Problems and Speech Care," Hygeia, October, 1935, Vol. 13, pages 1-3.|
An article listing the types of speech defects, the chief causes, the effect of a defect on an individual, the effect of a defective on a group, and methods of handling defectives.
|2.|| Bryngelson Bryng, "The Reëducation of Speech Failures," Quarterly Journal of Speech, April, 1933, pages 227-229.|
The technique of education used for students who have avoided taking speech classes or have made a poor adjustment to speaking because of a certain sensitivity. The author gives his theory of an objective adjustment to that difference as a means of attaining freedom in a social group.
|3.|| Bryngelson Bryng, "Psychological Problems in Stuttering," Mental Hygiene, 1937, Vol. 21, pages 631-639.|
A discussion of four aspects of the stuttering problem: the "stuttering personality," the necessity for thinking of oneself as a stutterer, the neurological spasm, and the effort used to break