Vanella, Lawrence

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The verbal behavior of the autistic child 1967 440 Procedures were employed over a period of six months to develop communication in three non-verbal, emotionally-disturbed children who displayed autistic types of behavior as described by banner. The children were institutionalized, and, at the beginn...
An experimental study of verbal and non-verbal intelligence scores of children with articulation disorders as compared with normally speaking children 1967 238 A review of studies dealing with the general intelligence level of children with speech defects and the comparison of their verbal and nonverbal intelligence scores has been presented. Evidence that articulatory defective children perform inferiorly...
Determining the relationship of certain venereal diseases to speech and hearing pathology 1967 129 The venereal diseases are a group of diseases currently thought to be transmitted through intimate contact with an infected person. Throughout their history, the diseases have afflicted the populace in varying ways. The field of speech and hearing al...
Preschool training for deaf and hard of hearing children in Guilford County, North Carolina 1969 198 The importance of preschool education has long been recognized by educational authorities and conferences concerning education of the deaf. The reported consensus was that early identification, preschool training, and parental counseling are not only...
A phonetic analysis and comparison of nineteen consonant sounds as they appear in the speech of normal hearing and hard of hearing children 1969 114 The objectives of this study were to compare the speech patterns of normal hearing and hard-of-hearing children in order to further describe the relationship of these two groups; to survey the literature to determine group comparisons already establi...
The history of the Greensboro Cerebral Palsy and Orthopedic School, Greensboro, North Carolina 1970 188 Cerebral palsy is a condition characterized by motor disorders resulting from non-progressive abnormalities of the brain. The location of the lesion determines the specific symptoms of this condition. Etiological factors may be pre-natal, natal, or p...
Developmental psychogenic mutism as a cause of severely delayed speech development 1970 172 The purpose of this descriptive study is to posit information concerning "Developmental Psychogenic Mutism." The study has attempted to apply this descriptive term, Developmental Psychogenic Mutism, to certain children displaying severely delayed spe...
An investigation of facilities and equipment available for speech and hearing therapy in the North Carolina public schools 1970 64 The objectives of this study were: (1) to describe the facilities and equipment currently used by speech and hearing therapists in the public schools of North Carolina; and (2) to compare North Carolina facilities and equipment with (a) those found i...
A study of the effectiveness of pitch discrimination training as a method of sound discrimination training 1970 77 A review of studies reported in the literature concerning subjects with articulatory problems and voice problems and their ability to make speech-sound discriminations has been presented. Evidence relating articulatory ability and voice problems to p...
Description of a program employed to develop listening skills in children with severe functional articulatory defects 1970 85 Most authorities agree that a deficiency in listening skills is a significant concomitant to severe functional articulatory defects in children and that an initial improvement in listening skills is necessary for effective correction of these defects...