An Investigation of the Identification of One’s Own Voice by Speech Defective and Normal Speaking Children
Date of Award
Master of Arts
Speech, Language and Hearing Sciences
Dr. Charles Van Riper
Masters Thesis-Open Access
The purpose of this study is to test the vocal self-identification ability of children with functional defects of articulation as compared to children with normal speech. An attempt has been made to determine whether the functional articulatory defective child is able to distinguish his recorded voice from voices of other children who possess no articulatory defects.
Frankenberger, Robert L., "An Investigation of the Identification of One’s Own Voice by Speech Defective and Normal Speaking Children" (1961). Masters Theses. 3778.