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40, 1975

Journal of Speech and Hearing Disorders

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Adams, Martin R., Letter: Comments on Schwartz's "The Core of the Stuttering Block." 136. Alfrey, Allen C. (see Rosenbek, John C.) Allen, Elizabeth L. (see Zimmermann, Gerald) Allen, K. Eileen (see Appelman, Karen) Appelman, Karen, K. Eileen Allen, and Keith D. Turner, The Conditioning of Language in a Nonverbal Child Conducted in a Special Education Classroom. 3-12. Aten, James L., Frederic L. Darley, Jon L. Deal, Donnell F. Johns, Letter: Comment on A. D. Martin's "Some Objections to the Term Apraxia of Speech." 416-420. Baltaxe, Christiane A. M., and James Q. Simmons III, Language in Childhood Psychosis: A Review. 439-458. Bauer, L. L. (see Kent, R. D.) Beattie, Randall C., Dion V. Svihovec, and Brad Edgerton, Relative Intelligibility of the CID Spondees as Presented via Monitored Live Voice. 84-91. Bess, Fred. H., H. Donell Lewis, and David J. Cieliczka, Acoustic Impedance Measurements in Cleft-Palate Children. 13-24. Bloch, Patricia J., Letter: Myofunctional Therapy. 140. Boone, Daniel R., Letter: A Comment on E. H. Henrikson's Letter. 412-413. Bradfield, Shari S. (see Shelton, Ralph L.) Brandt, John F. (see Marshall, Lynne) Brodnitz, Friedrich S., The Age of the Castrato Voice. 290-295. Brody, Donna M., Barbara A. Nelson, and James F. Brody, The Use of Visual Feedback in Establishing Normal Vocal Intensity in Two Mildly Retarded Adults. 502-507. Brody, James F. (see Brody, Donna M.) Calcaterra, Thomas C. (see Zwitman, Daniel H.) Campbell, John C. (see Roeser, Ross J.) Celesia, Gastone G. (see Netsell, Ronald) Chubrich, Robert E., Letter: Comments on "Analysis of a Father's Speech to His LanguageLearning Child." 545-546. Cieliczka, David J. (see Bess, Fred H.) Conn, Marjorie, Jess Dancer, and Ira M. Ventry, A Spondee List for Determining Speech Reception Threshold without Prior Familiarization. 388-396. Cooper, J. C., Jr., George A. Gates, Jeffrey H. Owen, and Harold D. Dickson, An Abbreviated Impedance Bridge Technique for School Screening. 260-269. Cooper, Morton, Letter: A Response to Mueller. 278-279. Costello, Janis, The Establishment of Fluency with Time-out Procedures: Three Case Studies. 216-231. Daly, David D. (see Roeser, Ross J.) Dancer, Jess (see Conn, Marjorie) Daniel, Billie (see Netsell, Ronald) Darley, Frederic L. (see Aten, James L.) Deal, Jon L. (see Aten, James L.) Dexter, Richard (see Weinberg, Bernd) Dickson, Harold D. (see Cooper, J. c., Jr.) Dimmitt, Kay (see McReynolds, Leija V.)

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Disinger, Ray S. (see Zwitman, Daniel H.) Dockum, Gary D., and Dale O. Robinson, Warble Tone as an Audiometric Stimulus. 351-356. Edgerton, Brad (see Beattie, Randall C.) Elbert, Mary, and Leija V. McReynolds, Transfer of /r/ across Contexts. 380-387. Engmann, Deedra (see McReynolds, Leija V.) Erber, Norman P., Auditory-Visual Perception of Speech. 481-492. Fleet, William F. (see Watrous, Betty Springer) Foust, Kathleen O. (see Gengel, Roy W.) Freeman, Frances J., Tatsujiro Ushijima, and Hajime Hirose, Letter: Reply to Schwartz's "The Core of the Stuttering Block." 137-139. Fulton, Robert T., Pamela A. Gorzycki, and Wilma L. Hull, Hearing Assessment with Young Children. 397-404. Gallagher, Tanya M. (see Prutting, Carol A.) Gallagher, Tanya M. (see Prutting, Carol A.) Gateley, Gardner, Letter: A Technique for Assisting Speakers of Chinese to Speak Chinese Esophageal Speech. 274. Gates, George A. (see Cooper, J. c., Jr.) Gengel, Roy W., and Kathleen O. Foust, Some Suggestions on How to Evaluate a Transposer Hearing Aid. 206-210. Giattino, Jill, and Jeanne G. Hogan, Analysis of a Father's Speech to His Language-Learning Child. 524-537. Gorzycki, Pamela A. (see Fulton, Robert T.) Gray, Thomas (see Speaks, Charles) Hanna, Richmond, Franz Wilfling, and Brent McNeill, A Biofeedback Treatment for Stuttering. 270-273. Hedrick, Dona Lee (see Prather, Elizabeth M.) Heltman, H. J., Re-education Techniques in Speech Correction. (Reprinted from Journal of Speech Disorders, July 1936) 284-289. Henrikson, Ernest H., Letter: Questions regarding Criteria for Dismissal from Voice Therapy. 412. nirose, Hajime (see Freeman, Frances J.) Hogan, Jeanne G. (see Giattino, Jill) Holland, Audrey, Language Theory for Children: Some Thoughts on Context and Content. 514-523. Horii, Yoshiyuki (see Weinberg, Bernd) Hull, Wilma L. (see Fulton, Robert T.) Jensema, Carl, Children in Educational Programs for the Hearing Impaired Whose Impairment Was Caused by Mumps. 164-169. Johns, Donnell F. (see Aten, James L.) Kent, Raymond, and Ronald Netsell, A Case Study of an Ataxic Dysarthric: Cineradiographic and Spectrographic Observations. 115-134. Kent, R. D., R. Netsell, and L. L. Bauer, Cineradiographic Assessment of Articulatory Mobility in the Dysarthrias. 467-480. Kern, Carolyn A. (see Prather, Elizabeth M.) Knox, Albert W. (see McLennan, Roderick O., Jr.) Koenigsknecht, Roy A. (see Ratusnik, David L.) Kohn, Joan (see McReynolds, Leija V.) Leith, William R., and Howard A. Mims, Cultural Influences in the Development and Treatment of Stuttering: A Preliminary Report on the Black Stutterer. 459-466. Lemme, Margaret L. (see Rosenbek, John C.) Leonard, Laurence B., Letter: Author's Reply to M. D. Smith. 276-277. Lewis, H. Donell (see Bess, Fred H.)

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Longhurst, Thomas M., and Joe E. Reichle, The Applied Communication Game: A Comment on Muma's "Communication Game: Dump and Play." 315-319. McCall, Gerald N. (see Shprintzen, Robert J.) McClelland, Keener D. (see Shelton, Ralph L.) McConnell, Freeman (see Watrous, Betty Springer) McLennan, Roderick O., Jr., and Albert W. Knox, Patient-Controlled Delivery of Monosyllabic Words in a Test of Auditory Discrimination. 538-543. McNeil, Malcolm R. (see Rosenbek, John C.) McNeill, Brent (see Hanna, Richmond) McReynolds, Leija V., Deedra Engmann, and Kay Dimmitt, Letter: Reply to Smith and Ruder.

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McReynolds, Leija V., Joan Kohn, and Gail C. Williams, Articulatory-Defective Children's Discrimination of Their Production Errors, 327-338. McReynolds, Leija V. (see Elbert, Mary) Marshall, Lynn, John F. Brandt, and Larry E. Marston, Anticipatory Middle-Ear Reflex Activity from Noisy Toys. 320-326. Erratum: 549. Marston, Larry E. (see Marshall, Lynne) Martin, A. Damien, Letter: Reply to Aten, Darley, Deal, and Johns. 420-422. Erratum: 549. Martin, Frederick N., and Deborah A. Monro, The Effects of Sophistication on Type V Bekesy Patterns in Simulated Hearing Loss. 508-513. Martin, Frederick N., and Mary Lou Stauffer, A Modification of the Tillman-Olsen Method for Obtaining the Speech Reception Threshold. 25-28. Meyer, Dianne H., and Virginia I. Wolfe, Use of a High-Risk Register in Newborn Hearing Screening 493-498. Miller, Joanne (see Speaks, Charles) Mims, Howard A. (see Leith, William R.) Monro, Deborah A. (see Martin, Frederick N.) Moore, John M., Gary Thompson, and Marie Thompson, Auditory Localization of Infants as a Function of Reinforcement Conditions. 29-34. Mueller, Peter B., Letter: Comment on "Spectrographic Analysi~ of Fundamental Frequency and Hoarseness before and after Vocal Rehabilitation" by Morton Cooper. 278. Mulac, Anthony (see Prutting, Carol A.) Mulac, Anthony (see Prutting, Carol A.) Muma, John R., The Communication Game: Dump and Play. 296-309. Nelson, Barbara A. (see Brody, Donna M.) Netsell, Ronald, Billie Daniel, and Gastone G. Celesia, Acceleration and Weakness in Parkinsonian Dysarthria. 170-178. Netsell, Ronald (see Kent, Raymond) Netsell, R. (see Kent, R. D.) Newman, Parley W., Letter: Rocking Chair Therapy for Beginning Stuttering. 422-423. Owen, Jeffrey H. (see Cooper, J. c., Jr.) Paesani, Andrew (see Shelton, Ralph L.) Pannbacker, Mary, Letter: Comment concerning "Incidence of Chronic Hoarseness among School-Age Children." 548-549. Pannbacker, Mary, Letter: Comment on "The Expressive Portion of the NSST Compared to a Spontaneous Language Sample." 544-545. Pannbacker, Mary, Diagnostic Report Writing. 367-379. Pashayan, Hermine M., The Basic Concepts of Medical Genetics. 147-163. Perkins, William H., Letter: Articulatory Rate in the Evaluation of Stuttering Treatments. 277-278. Peterson, Sally J., Nasal Emission as a Component of the Misarticulation of Sibilants and Affricates. 106-114. Prather, Elizabeth M., Dona Lee Hedrick, and Carolyn A. Kern, Articulation Development in Children Aged Two to Four Years. 179-191. Prescott, Thomas E. (see Rosenbek, John C.)

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Prutting, Carol A., Tanya M. Gallagher, and Anthony Mulac, The Expressive Portion of the NSST Compared to a Spontaneous Language Sample. 40-48. Prutting, Carol A., Tanya M. Gallagher, and Anthony Mulac, Letter: Keply to M. Pannbacker. 545. Ratusnik, David L., and Roy A. Koenigsknecht, Internal Consistency of The Northwestern Syntax Screening Test. 59-68. Rees, Norma S., Imitation and Language Development: Issues and Clinical Implications. 339-350. Rees, Norma S., Letter: Reply to "A Different View of 'Auditory Processing Factors in Language Disorders'." 414-415. Reichle, Joe E. (see Longhurst, Thomas M.) Robinson, Dale O. (see Dockum, Gary D.) Roeser, Ross J., John C. Campbell, and David D. Daly, Recovery of Auditory Function following Meningitic Deafness. 405-411. Rosenbek, John C., Malcolm R. McNeil, Margaret L. Lemme, Thomas E. Prescott, and Allen C. Alfrey, Speech and Language Findings in a Chronic Hemodialysis Patient: A Case Report. 245-252. Rubens, Alan B. (see Speaks, Charles) Ruder, K. F. (see Smith, Michael D.) Sander, Eric K., Letter: Reply to Bloch and Gould's "Vocal Therapy in Lieu of Surgery for Contact Granuloma: A Case Report." 544. Schwartz, Martin F., Letter: Author's Reply to Freeman, Ushijima, and Hirose. 139-140. Schwartz, Martin F., Letter: Author's Response to Zimmermann and Allen, and Adams. 136137. Shapiro, Irving, Prediction of Most Comfortable Loudness Levels in Hearing Aid Evaluation. 434-438. Shelton, Ralph L., Andrew Paesani, Keener D. McClelland, and Shari S. Bradfield, Panendoscopic Feedback in the Study of Voluntary Velopharyngeal Movements. 232-244. Shewan, Cynthia M., The Language-Disordered Child in Relation to Muma's "Communication Game: Dump and Play." 310-314. Shprintzen, Robert J., Gerald N. McCall, and M. Leon Skolnick, A New Therapeutic Technique for the Treatment of Velopharyngeal Incompetence. 69-83. Shriberg, Lawrence D., A Response Evocation Program for /3~/. 92-105. Silverman, Ellen-Marie, and Catherine H. Zimmer, Incidence of Chronic Hoarseness among School-Age Children. 211-215. Simmons, James Q., III (see Baltaxe, Christiane A. M.) Sitton, Ann B. (see Watrous, Betty Springer) Skolnick, M. Leon (see Shprintzen, Robert J.) Smith, Michael D., Letter: More Preliminaries on Generalization. 274-276. Smith, Michael D., and K. F. Ruder, Letter: The Relevance of Markedness. 546-548. Speaks, Charles, Thomas Gray, Joanne Miller, and Alan B. Rubens, Central Auditory Deficits and Temporal-Lobe Lesions. 192-205. Stauffer, Mary Lou (see Martin, Frederick N.) Svihovec, Dion V. (see Beattie, Randall C.) TaUal, Paula, Letter: A Different View of "Auditory Processing Factors in Language Disorders." 413-414. Taub, Harvey A., Acupuncture and Sensorineural Hearing Loss: A Review 427-433. Thompson, Gary (see Moore, John M.) Thompson, Marie (see Moore, John M.) Turner, Keith D. (see Appelman, Karen) Ushijima, Tatsujiro (see Freeman, Frances J.) Ventry, Ira M. (see Conn, Marjorie) Watrous, Betty Springer, Freeman McConnell, William F. Fleet, and Ann B. Sitton, Auditory Responses of Infants. 357-366.

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Weinberg, Bernd, Richard Dexter, and Yoshiyuki Horii, Selected Speech and Fundamental Frequency Characteristics of Patients with Acromegaly. 253-259. Wilfling, Franz (see Hanna, Richmond) Williams, Gail C. (see McReynolds, Leija V.) Wolfe, Virginia I. (see Meyer, Dianne H.) Young, Martin A., Onset, Prevalence, and Recovery from Stuttering. 49-58. Zimmer, Catherine H. (see Silverman, Ellen-Marie) Zimmermann, Gerald, and Elizabeth L. Allen, Letter: Questions concerning "The Core of the Stuttering Block." 135-136. Zwitman, Daniel H., and Thomas C. Calcaterra, A Case against Teflon Injection to Lower Vocal Pitch. 499-501. Zwitman, Daniel H., and Roy S. Disinger, Experimental Modification of the Western Electric # 5 Electrolarynx to a Mouth-Type Instrument. 35-39.

SUBJECT INDEX Audiology

Auditory Testing

An Abbreviated Impedance Bridge Technique for School Screening (J. C. Cooper, Jr., George A. Gates, Jeffrey H. Owen, and Harold D. Dickson) 260-269. Anticipatory Middle-Ear Reflex Activity from Noisy Toys (Lynn Marshall, John F. Brandt, and Larry E. Marston) 320-326. Erratum: 549. Auditory Localization of Infants as a Function of Reinforcement Conditions (John M. Moore, Gary Thompson, and Marie Thompson) 29-34. Auditory Responses of Infants (Betty Springer Watrous, Freeman McConnell, William F. Fleet, and Ann B. Sitton) 357-366. Auditory-Visual Perception of Speech (Norman P. Erber) 481-492. Central Auditory Deficits and Temporal-Lobe Lesions (Charles Speaks, Thomas Gray, Joanne Miller, and Alan B. Rubens) 192-205. The Effects of Sophistication on Type V Bekesy Patterns in Simulated Hearing Loss (Frederick N. Martin and Deborah A. Monro) 508-513. Hearing Assessment with Young Children (Robert T. Fulton, Pamela A. Gorzycki, and Wilma L. Hull) 397-404. A Modification of the Tillman-Olsen Method for Obtaining the Speech Reception Threshold (Frederick N. Martin and Mary Lou Stauffer) 25-28. Patient-Controlled Delivery of Monosyllabic Words in a Test of Auditory Discrimination (Roderick O. McLennan, Jr., and Albert W. Knox) 538-543. Prediction of Most Comfortable Loudness Levels in Hearing Aid Evaluation (Irving Shapiro) 434-438. Relative Intelligibility of the CID Spondees as Presented via Monitored Live Voice (Randall C. Beattie, Dion V. Svihovec, and Brad Edgerton) 84-91. Some Suggestions on How to Evaluate a Transposer Hearing Aid (Roy W. Gengel and Kathleen O. Foust) 206-210. A Spondee List for Determining Speech Reception Threshold without Prior Familiarization (Marjorie Conn, Jess Dancer, and Ira M. Ventry) 388-396. Use of a High-Risk Register in Newborn Hearing Screening (Dianne H. Meyer and Virginia I. Wolfe) 493-498. Warble Tone as an Audiometric Stimulus (Gary D. Dockum and Dale O. Robinson) 351-356.

Hearing Aids

Auditory-Visual Perception of Speech (Norman P. Erber) 481-492.

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Prediction of Most Comfortable Loudness Levels in Hearing Aid Evaluation (Irving Shapiro) 434-438. Some Suggestions on How to Evaluate a Transposer Hearing Aid (Roy W. Gengel and Kathleen O. Foust) 206-210.

A uditory Disorders

Acoustic Impedance Measurements in Cleft-Palate Children (Fred H. Bess, H. Donell Lewis, and David J. Cieliczka) 13-24. Acupuncture and Sensorineural Hearing Loss: A Review (Harvey A. Taub) 427-433. Central Auditory Deficits and Temporal-Lobe Lesions (Charles Speaks, Thomas Gray, Joanne Miller, and Alan B. Rubens) 192-205. Children in Educational Programs for the Hearing Impaired Whose Impairment Was Caused by Mumps (Carl Jensema) 164-169. Recovery of Auditory Function following Meningitic Deafness (Ross J. Roeser, John C. Campbell, and David D. Daly) 405-411.

Rehabilitation

Auditory-Visual Perception of Speech (Norman P. Erber) 481-492. Children in Educational Programs for the Hearing Impaired Whose Impairment Was Caused by Mumps (Carl Jensema) 164-169.

Speech Pathology

Aphasia

A Case Study of an Ataxic Dysarthric: Cineradiographic and Spectrographic Observations (Raymond Kent and Ronald Netsell) 115-134. Comment on A. D. Martin's "Some Objections to the Term Apraxia of Speech" (Letter: James L. Aten, Frederic L. Darley, Jon L. Deal, Donnell F. Johns) 416-420. Reply to Aten, Darley, Deal, and Johns (Letter: A. Damien Martin) 420-422. Erratum: 549. Speech and Language Findings in a Chronic Hemodialysis Patient: A Case Report (John C. Rosenbek, Malcolm R. McNeil, Margaret L. Lemme, Thomas E. Prescott, and Allen C. Alfrey) 245-252.

Articulation

Acceleration and Weakness in Parkinsonian Dysarthria (Ronald Netsell, Billie Daniel, and Gastone G. Celesia) 170-178. Articulation Development in Children Aged Two to Four Years (Elizabeth M. Prather, Dona Lee Hedrick, and Carolyn A. Kern) 179-191. Articulatory-Defective Children's Discrimination of Their Production Errors (Leija V. McReynolds, Joan Kohn, and Gail C. Williams) 327-338. A Case Study of an Ataxic Dysarthric: Cineradiographic and Spectrographic Observations (Raymond Kent and Ronald Netsell) 115-134. Cineradiographic Assessment of Articulatory Mobility in the Dysarthrias (R. D. Kent, R. Netsell, and L. L. Bauer) 467-480. Comment on A. D. Martin's "Some Objections to the Term Apraxia of Speech" (Letter: James L. Aten, Frederic L. Darley, Jon L. Deal, and Donnell F. Johns) 416-420. Nasal Emission as a Component of the Misarticulation of Sibilants and Affricates (Sally J. Peterson) 106-114. A New Therapeutic Technique for the Treatment of Velopharyngeal Incompetence (Robert J. Shprintzen, Gerald N. McCall, and M. Leon Skolnick) 69-83. The Relevance of Markedness (Letter: Michael D. Smith and K. F. Ruder) 546-548. Reply to Aten, Darley, Deal, and Johns (Letter: A. Damien Martin) 420-422. Erratum: 549.

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Reply to Smith and Ruder (Letter: Leija V. McReynolds, Deedra Engmann, and Kay Dimmitt) 548. A Response Evocation Program for /a~/ (Lawrence D. Shriberg) 92-105. Selected Speech and Fundamental Frequency Characteristics of Patients with Acromegaly (Bernd Weinberg, Richard Dexter, and Yoshiyuki Horii) 253-259. Speech and Language Findings in a Chronic Hemodialysis Patient: A Case Report (John C. Rosenbek, Malcolm R. McNeil, Margaret L. Lemme, Thomas E. Prescott, and Allen C. Alfrey) 245-252. Transfer of /r/ across Contexts (Mary Elbert and Leija V. McReynolds) 380-387.

Cleft Palate

Acoustic Impedance Measurements in Cleft-Palate Children (Fred H. Bess, H. Donell Lewis, and David J. Cieliczka) 13-24. Nasal Emission as a Component of the Misarticulation of Sibilants and Affricates (Sally J. Peterson) 106-114. A New Therapeutic Technique for the Treatment of Velopharyngeal Incompetence (Robert J. Shprintzen, Gerald N. McCall, and M. Leon Skolnick) 69-83. Panendoscopic Feedback in the Study of Voluntary Velopharyngeal Movements (Ralph L. Shelton, Andrew Paesani, Keener D. McClelland, and Shari S. Bradfield) 232-244.

Stuttering

Articulatory Rate in the Evaluation of Stuttering Treatments (Letter: William H. Perkins) 277-278. Author's Reply to Freeman, Ushijima, and Hirose (Letter: Martin F. Schwartz) 139-140. Author's Response to Zimmermann and Allen, and Adams (Letter: Martin F. Schwartz) 136137. A Biofeedback Treatment for Stuttering (Richmond Hanna, Franz Wilfling, and Brent McNeill) 270-273. Comments on Schwartz's "The Core of the Stuttering Block" (Letters: Martin R. Adams) 136. Cultural Influences in the Development and Treatment of Stuttering: A Preliminary Report on the Black Stutterer (William R. Leith and Howard A. Mims) 459-466. The Establishment of Fluency with Time-out Procedures: Three Case Studies (Janis Costello) 216-231. Onset, Prevalence, and Recovery from Stuttering (Martin A. Young) 49-58. Questions concerning "The Core of the Stuttering Block" (Letter: Gel ald Zimmermann and Elizabeth L. Allen) 135-136. Reply to Schwartz's "The Core of the Stuttering Block" (Letter: Frances J. Freeman, Tatsujiro Ushijima, and Hajime Hirose) 137-139. Rocking Chair Therapy for Beginning Stuttering (Letter: Parley W. Newman) 422-423. Speech and Language Findings in a Chronic Hemodi'alysis Patient: A Case Report (John C. Rosenbek, Malcolm R. McNeil, Margaret L. Lemme, Thomas E. Prescott, and Allen C. Alfrey) 245-252.

Voice

The Age of the Castrato Voice (Friedrich S. Brodnitz) 290-295. A Case against Teflon Injection to Lower Vocal Pitch (Daniel H. Zwitman and Thomas C. Calcaterra) 499-501. Comment concerning "Incidence of Chronic Hoarseness among School-Age Children" (Letter: Mary Pannbacker) 548-549. A Comment on E. H. Henrikson's Letter (Letter: Daniel R. Boone) 412-413. Comment on "Spectrographic Analysis of FundaMental Frequency and Hoarseness hefore and after Vocal Rehabilitation" by Morton Cooper (Letter: Peter B. Mueller) 278. Experimental Modification of the Western Electric # 5 Electrolarynx to a Mouth-Type Instrument (Daniel H. Zwitman and Ray S. Disinger) 35-39.

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Incidence of Chronic Hoarseness among School-Age Children (Ellen-Marie Silverman and Catherine H. Zimmer) 211-215. A New Therapeutic Technique for the Treatment of Velopharyngeal Incompetence (Robert J. Shprintzen, Gerald N. McCall, and M. Leon Skolnick) 69-83. Questions regarding Criteria for Dismissal from Voice Therapy (Letter: Ernest H. Henrikson) 412. Reply to Bloch and Gould's "Vocal Therapy in Lieu of Surgery for Contact Granuloma: A Case Report" (Letter: Eric K. Sander) 544. A Response to Mueller (Letter: Morton Cooper) 278-279. Selected Speech and Fundamental Frequency Characteristics of Patients with Acromegaly (Bernd Weinberg, Richard Dexter, and Yoshiyuki Horii) 253-259. A Technique for Assisting Speakers of Chinese to Speak Chinese Esophageal Speech (Letter: Gardner Gateley) 274. The Use of Visual Feedback in Establishing Normal Vocal Intensity in Two Mildly Retarded Adults (Donna M. Brody, Barbara A. Nelson, and James F. Brody) 502-507.

Language Delay

The Applied Communication Game: A Comment on Muma's "Communication Game: Dump and Play" (Thomas M. Longhurst and Joe E. Reichle) 315-319. Comment on "The Expressive Portion of the NSST Compared to a Spontaneous Language Sample" (Letter: Mary Pannbacker) 544-545. The Communication Game: Dump and Play (John R. Muma) 296-309. The Conditioning of Language in a Nonverbal Child Conducted in a Special Education Classroom (Karen Appelman, K. Eileen Allen, and Keith D. Turner) 3-12. The Expressive Portion of the NSST Compared to a Spontaneous Language Sample (Carol A. Prutting, Tanya M. Gallagher, and Anthony Mulac) 40-48. Internal Consistency of The Northwestern Syntax Screening Test (David L. Ratusnik and Roy A. Koenigsknecht) 59-68. The Language-Disordered Child in Relation to Muma's "Communication Game: Dump and Play" (Cynthia M. Shewan) 310-314. Language in Childhood Psychosis: A Review (Christiane A. M. Baltaxe and James Q. Simmons III) 439-458. Language Therapy for Children: Some Thoughts on Context and Content (Audrey L. Holland) 514-523. Reply to "A Different View of 'Auditory Processing Factors in Language Disorders' " (Letter: Norma S. Rees) 414-415. Reply to M. Pannbacker (Letter: Carol A. Prutting, Tanya M. Gallagher, and Anthony Mulac) 545.

Other

A Case Study of an Ataxic Dysarthric: Cineradiographic and Spectrographic Observations (Raymond Kent and Ronald Netsell) 115-134. Language in Childhood Psychosis: A Review (Christiane A. M. Baltaxe and James Q. Simmons III) 439-458. Myofunctional Therapy (Letter: Patricia J. Bloch) 140.

Language

Aphasia

Speech and Language Findings in a Chronic Hemodialysis Patient: A Case Report (John C. Rosenbek, Malcolm R. McNeil, Margaret L. Lemme, Thomas E. Prescott, and Allen C. Alfrey) 245-252.

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Language Development

Analysis of a Father's Speech to His Language-Learning Child (Jill Giattino and Jeanne G. Hogan) 524-537. Author's Reply to M. D. Smith (Letter: Laurence B. Leonard) 276-277. Comment on "The Expressive Portion of the NSST Compared to a Spontaneous Language Sample" (Letter: Mary Pannbacker) 544-545. Comments on "Analysis of a Father's Speech to His Language-Learning Child" (Robert E. Chubrich) 545-546. The Communication Game: Dump and Play (John R. Muma) 296-309. The Expressive Portion of the NSST Compared to a Spontaneous Language Sample (Carol A. Prutting, Tanya M. Gallagher, and Anthony Mulac) 40-48. Imitation and Language Development: Issues and Clinical Implications (Norma S. Rees) 339-350. Internal Consistency of The Northwestern Syntax Screening Test (David L. Ratusnik and Roy A. Koenigsknecht) 59-68. Language in Childhood Psychosis: A Review (Christiane A. M. Baltaxe and James Q. Simmons III) 439-458. More Preliminaries on Generalization (Letter: Michael D. Smith) 274-276. Reply to "A Different View of 'Auditory Processing Factors in Language Disorders'" (Letter: Norma S. Rees) 414-415. Reply to M. Pannbacker (Letter: Carol A. Prutting, Tanya M. Gallagher, and Anthony Mulac) 545.

Other

The Conditioning of Language in a Nonverbal Child Conducted in a Special Education Classroom (Karen Appelman, K. Eileen Allen, and Keith D. Turner) 3-12. Language Therapy for Children: Some Thoughts on Context and Content (Audrey L. Holland) 514-523. Instrumentation Experimental Modification of the Western Electric # 5 Electrolarynx to a Mouth-Type Instrument (Daniel H. Zwitman and Ray S. Disinger) 35-39. General

Diagnostic Principles

Auditory Responses of Infants (Betty Springer Watrous, Freeman McConnell, William F. Fleet, and Ann B. Sitton) 357-366. The Basic Concepts of Medical Genetics (Hermine M. Pashayan) 147-163. A Case Study of an Ataxic Dysarthric: Cineradiographic and Spectrographic Observations (Raymond Kent and Ronald Netsell) 115-134. Diagnostic Report Writing (Mary Pannbacke o 367-379. The Expressive Portion of the NSST Compared to a Spontaneous Language Sample (Carol A. Prutting, Tanya M. Gallagher, and Anthony Mulac) 40-48. Internal Consistency of The Northwestern Syntax Screening Test (David L. Ratusnik and Roy A. Koenigsknecht) 59-68. Selected Speech and Fundamental Frequency Characteristics of Patients with Acromegaly (Bernd Weinberg, Richard Dexter, and Yoshiyuki Horii) 253-259. Speech and Language Findings in a Chronic Hemodialysis Patient: A Case Report (John C. Rosenbek, Malcolm R. McNeil, Margaret L. Lemme, Thomas E. Prescott, and Allen C. Alfrey) 245-252.

Therapeutic Principles

The Communication Game: Dump and Play (John R. Muma) 296-309.

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The Conditioning of Language in a Nonverbal Child Conducted in a Special Education Classroom (Karen Appelman, K. Eileen Allen, and Keith D. Turner) 3-12. The Establishment of Fluency with Time-out Procedures: Three Case Studies (Janis Costello) 216-231. Experimental Modification of the Western Electric # 5 Electrolarynx to a Mouth-Type Instrument (Daniel H. Zwitman and Ray S. Disinger) 35-39. Myofunctional Therapy (Letter: Patricia J. Bloch) 140. A New Therapeutic Technique for the Treatment of Velopharyngeal Incompetence (Robert J. Shprintzen, Gerald N. McCall, and M. Leon Skolnick) 69-83. Panendoscopic Feedback in the Study of Voluntary Velopharyngeal Movements (Ralph L. Shelton, Andrew Paesani, Keener D. McClelland, and Shari S. Bradfield) 232-244. Re-education Techniques in Speech Correction (H. J. Heltman, Reprinted from ]ournal o] Speech Disorders, July 1936) 284-289. A Response Evocation Program for /3~/ (Lawrence D. Shriberg) 92-105.

Other

The Basic Concepts of Medical Genetics (Hermine M. Pashayan) 147-163.

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T h e Journal of Speech and Hearing Disorders is directed to speech pathologists and audiologists who provide professional services to persons with communication disorders. The Journal invites manuscripts pertaining to the nature, assessment, and treatment of communication disorders. Manuscripts will be considered on the basis of their applicability to clinical problems, their readability, and their conformity to standards of evidence. No manuscript that has been published or submitted elsewhere will be published in the Journal of Speech and Hearing Disorders. The Journal is divided into three sections: articles, clinical exchange, and letters. Articles. Articles include synthesizing essays and reports of clinical research. Articles that present and discuss information directly concerning disorders of speech, hearing, or language are especially encouraged. An article of this type may synthesize information from theory, research, literature, or a combination of those sources. Synthesizing articles and reports of clinical research should contribute to the cumulative development of speech pathology/ audiology as a scientifically founded, clinical profession. Clinical research reports should pertain to disordered communication. They should be directed to clinical rather than basic science issues. Details of procedure and findings should be reported in sufficient detail to permit evaluation of the manuscript by the reader. Discussion of the clinical significance of research reports is encouraged, but such discussion should be tied to the procedure and findings reported in the article. Clinical research reports will constitute a minor segment of any journal issue. These reports must appeal to clinicians concerned with the evaluation and delivery of clinical services. Didactic articles that will inform the speech pathologist or audiologist about developments in related fields are also sought. Clinical Exchange. The clinical exchange segment of the Journal contains case studies and essays reporting points of view based on clinical experience. Letters. Letters usually present comments regarding recently published manuscripts. However, the only limitation concerning letters is that they pertain to communication disorders and be well and concisely written. Brief essays or reports of empirical information may be published as letters.

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Addresses. Manuscripts and editorial correspondence should be sent to Ralph L. Shelton, Editor, Journal o/ Speech and Hearing Disorders, Department of Speech and Hearing Sciences, University of Arizona, Tucson, Arizona 85721. Galley proofs and all correspondence concerning papers in the process of publication should be sent to the American Speech and Hearing Association. Attention: Publications Department, 9030 Old Georgetown Road, Washington, D.C. 20014. Manuscripts. Submit the original typed manuscript and four copies. Retain a sixth copy for your file. T h e original and one copy will be used by the editor. T h e other copies will be used by an associate editor and editorial consultants and will not be returned to the author. T h e manuscript should be typed, double spaced, with one-inch margins on white bond paper. Pages should be numbered consecutively in the u p p e r right-hand corner of each page. T h e senior author's name should be typed in the u p p e r lefthand corner of each page. Page 1 of the manuscript should include (1) the title of the article, (2) the names (without degrees) and institutional affiliations of all authors, and (3) the name, address, and telephone n u m b e r of the author to whom editorial correspondence should be addressed. Page 2 of the manuscript should contain an abstract not to exceed 200 words. This abstract will appear at the beginning of the published article. T h e abstract should begin with reference to the subject of the article. T h e abstract should convey to the reader as much information as possible about highlights of the manuscript. Summaries are not published. T h e text or body of the manuscript should begin on Page 3. In this section, the liberal use of major headings and subheadings is recommended. First-level headings designate the major divisions of the paper. Usually no more than three heading levels should be used. Descriptive headings are recommended. Use of abbreviations, italics, and parenthetical statements is discouraged. Questions regarding style may be resolved by reference to A Manual of Style (12th ed.), which is published by the University of Chicago Press. Citation of grant or contract support, change in affiliation of one or more authors, and so on, should be placed in the Acknowledgment. Tables. Tables may be used where they will simplify presentation of information. Otherwise they should not be used. Where extensive tables of data or of statistical analysis must be available to the interested reader in raw form, the author is encouraged to

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