Originally published in 1963, this title was an attempt to provide a new basis for the discipline of Speech Therapy. This was the first work to be published in England relating speech pathology to the wider study of human communication. It also contains results of original research into the problems of Dyslalia and Stammering. Several chapters are devoted to accounts of diagnostic measures and aids.
Table of Contents
Introduction. 1. Language, Life and Literature Rev. J.L. Wilson 2. The Place of "Speech Therapy" Among the Sciences L. Stein 3. Signs and Signals W. Haas 4. Linguistics and Speech Pathology J.L.M. Trim 5. Historical Linguistics Alan S.C. Ross 6. The Quantum of Language G. Patrick Meredith 7. Coding and Decoding in Speech D.B. Fry 8. Aids to Diagnosis and Therapy John R. Brook 9. Evaluating the Nature and Degree of Defects and Disorders of Voice, Speech and Language Joan H. van Thal 10. Sign-Posts in Diagnosis C.H. Aldridge 11. The Suppression of the Signal Peggy Carter 12. Breakdown in Communication in a Nine-Year-Old Boy M.J.L. Ellis 13. Children’s Drawings – Their Value in Therapy Joan Pollitt 14. Informative and Manipulative Signs and Signals in Language Disorder Stella E. Mason 15. The Data Underlying the Concept of Dyslalia R.E. Simms 16. Analysis of the Linguistic Data of Dyslalia L.M. Hartley 17. Towards a New Concept of Dyslalia P.A.E. Grady 18. Clues in Aphasia Joyce L. Wilkins 19. The Assessment of Defective Speech in an Adult D.B. Fitch 20. A Critical Investigation into the Problem of Dysarthria Lyn P. Parker 21. A Pilot Scheme for Speech Therapy in Training Centres Olivé Duffie 22. Speech Therapy with Backward Children Catherine E. Renfrew 23. Some Problems Facing the Adult with Progressive Deafness, and Lipreading D.F. Collins. Index.