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Supplemental notes on the stammering problem

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Abstract

Considers comments made in a letter “Some Notes on the Stammering Problem” in the Journal for June-September, 1921 (see record 2005-14280-001), in which Dr. Ralph Reed says: “The most striking thing that to me was elucidated, was the fact that a series of stammerers will eventually contradict almost every theory that has ever been set forth with regard to the nature of the disease. I believe that there have been more absurd and undigested theories of stammering set forth than with respect to almost any other psychoneurotic disorder …” The present author briefly expounds upon a number of better-known theories on stammering. (PsycINFO Database Record (c) 2006 APA, all rights reserved)

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