Date of Award
Master of Arts
Dr. Charles Van Riper
Masters Thesis-Open Access
In speech man is forced to use organs, muscles and groups of muscles whose basic function is to serve other purposes, namely, to chew, to suck and swallow, movements which are relatively slow and primitive in execution. But in articulate speech it is necessary to manipulate these same organs and muscles at a faster speech, and with far greater precision than was required of them in the performance of their basic function.
Crickmay, Marie C., "An Exploratory Study of Differential Diadochokinesis" (1956). Master's Theses. 3791.