|1.|| Koepp-Baker H., Handbook of Clinical Speech, Vol. 2,
pages 258-261, Ann Arbor, Edwards Brothers, 1936.|
A theoretical point of view emphasizing the importance of hearing in the articulatory learning process, and the emphasis of speech sounds as whole reaction patterns.
|2.|| West R., Kennedy L., and
Carr A., The Rehabilitation
of Speech, pages 36-37, New York, Harpers, 1937.|
An illustration of the main differences in the educational techniques used to teach normal children and speech defectives acceptable sounds--"training vs. retraining."
|1.|| Brown F., "Baby Talkers," Proceedings American Speech
Correction Association, 1936, Vol. 6, pages 197-208.|
A discussion of baby talk, especially that with a neurotic etiology, with the common errors listed.
|2.|| Ewing A., Aphasia in Children, Chapter 4, London, Oxford University Press, 1930.|
This reference discusses the relation of hearing and speech, with mention of the education of the deaf child in speech and his possibility of improvement.
|3.||Fymbo L., "The Relation of Malocclusion of the Teethto Defects of Speech,"|