Newton, Mariana

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Developmental sentence scoring as a measure of readability for first grade reading textbooks 1975 161 This study was designed to determine whether the content of selected beginning reading textbooks is comparable in syntactic complexity to the oral language of normal first-grade age children. A second purpose of the study was to determine whether the...
A study of the psycholinguistic abilities of inadequate readers 1971 14 Psycholinguistics, the psychological study of language, is the science of the expression, reception, and integration of language and their complex interrelationships. Reading, a complex psycholinguistic process, has received national attention due to...
A phonetic analysis of glossolalia 1972 16 Glossolalia, or speaking in tongues, has been evidenced since Biblical times. Some writers have interpreted glossolalic speech as known foreign languages; other writers have suggested that glossolalic speech utilized the speaker's native language. In...
A study of velopharyngeal closure in children with vocal nodules 1972 19 The etiology of vocal nodules has eluded speech pathologists and physicians alike. The literature reporting incidence and etiology has been inconclusive. Few studies have suggested a physiological disorder as the etiology of vocal nodules. However, M...
Creative dramatics in the treatment of language delay 1972 30 The various aspects of normal language development, as well as those factors which interfere with normal development, have concerned speech pathologists and educators alike. The verbal experience of the child, socioeconomic status, and motor developm...
A study of the musical ability of children with vocal nodules 1972 28 The etiology of vocal nodules is of importance to many professionals. Although the literature on etiology is inconclusive, most investigators believe that vocal abuse is a significant factor. Problems of pitch, loudness, and quality, terms related to...
An investigation of the use of the occluded forehead bone conduction method in a clinical setting 1972 63 The present investigation was designed to explore the use of occluded forehead bone conduction in a clinical setting. Specifically, the present study investigated the equivalence of unoccluded mastoid (UM) and occluded forehead (OF) bone conduction t...
A study of receptive vocabulary development and syntax development in mentally retarded children 1973 18 The development of language has received considerable attention in recent years from speech pathologists, psychologists and educators. Much has been written on the nature and development of the elements and structure of language in normal children, b...