Return to Wendell Johnson Memorial Home Page

WENDELL JOHNSON: BIBLIOGRAPHY

(July, 1963) 

Note: This is, to the best of my knowledge, the latest full bibliography of Dad's writings. Thus, although there would surely be some items to add from the last two years of his life, this is the last bibliography that exists and is presented here unedited. I assume, but do not know, that it was prepared by him. - N.J. 

I. Professional Publications

1. Because I Stutter. New York: Appleton-Century, 1930, pp.127 and xv.

2. Iowa Studies correspondence students (with C. L. Robbins). J. Adult Educ., 1930, 2 413-417.

3. The Influence of Stuttering on the Personality. State University of Iowa Studies in Child Welfare, Vol.5, No. 5, 1932, p. 140.

4. Chemical factors and the stuttering spasm (with G. Sterns and E. Warweg). Quar. J. Speech, 1933, 19, 409-415.

5. An interpretation of stuttering. Quar. J. Speech, 1933, 19, 70-77.

6. Stuttering and the concept of handedness (with L. E. Travis). Psychol. Rev., 1934, 41, 534-562.

7. The influence of stuttering on the attitudes and adaptations of the stutterer. J. Soc. Psychol., 1934, 5, 415-420.

8. Stutterers' attitudes toward stuttering. J. Abn. and Soc. Psychol., 1934, 29, 32-44.

9. A Course in Treatment for Stuttering. State University of Iowa Speech Clinic, 1934, p.59.

10. Changes in handedness associated with onset or disappearance of stuttering; sixteen cases (with L. Duke). J. Exp. Educ., 1935, 4, 112-132.

11. Stuttering in the preschool child. Univ. of Iowa Child Welfare Bulletin, No, 37, 1934. Revised, 1941.

12. Stuttering in relation to various speech sounds (with S. Brown.). Quar. J. Speech, 1935, 21, 481-496.

13. Dextrality quotients of fifty six-year-olds with regard to hand usage (with D. Duke). J. Educ. Psychol., 1936, 37, 26-36.

14. A comparative study of stutterers, former stutterers, and normal speakers whose handedness has been changed (with R. Milisen). Arch. Speech, 1936, 1, 61-86.

15. An interpretative demonstration of ten observable facts about stuttering (with J. R. Knott). Proc. Amer. Sp. Corr. Assoc.,1936, 6, 150-155.

16. The factor of attention in relation to the moment of stuttering (with J. R. Knott). J. Genet. Psychol., 1936, 48, 479-480.

17. An objective study of the relationship between certain psychological factors and the severity of stuttering (with M. Steer). J. Abn. and Soc. Psychol., 1936, 31, 36-46.

18. Psychological considerations of stuttering. J. Exceptional Children, 1936, 43, 22-24.

19. The moment of stuttering (with J. R. Knott). J. Genet. Psychol., 1936, 43, 475-479.

20. Stuttering: research findings and their therapeutical implications. Iowa State Medical J., 1936, 26, 464-469.

21. The dominant thumb in relation to stuttering, eyedness and handedness. Amer. J. Psychol., 1937, 49, 293-297.

22. Hand usage dextrality quotients of 100 seven-year-olds (with D. Davis). J. Educ. Psychol., 1937, 25, 316-356.

23. Studies in the Psychology of Stuttering: I. The distribution of moments of stuttering in successive readings of the same material (with J. R. Knott). J. Speech Disorders, 1937, 2, 17-19.

24. Studies in the Psychology of Stuttering: II. A quantitative evaluation of expectation of stuttering in relation to the occurrence of stuttering (with J. R. Knott and M. Webster.) J. Speech Disorders, 1937, 2, 20-22.

25. Studies in the Psychology of Stuttering: III. Certain objective cues related to the precipitation of the moment of stuttering, (with J. R. Knott and R. Larson). J. Speech Disorders, 1937, 2, 23-25.

26. Studies in the Psychology of Stuttering: IV. A quantitative study of expectation of stuttering as a process involving a low degree of consciousness (with A. Soloman). J. Speech Disorders, 1937, 2, 95-97.

27. Studies in the Psychology of Stuttering: V. Frequency of Stuttering with the expectation of stuttering controlled (with A. Sinn). J. Speech Disorders, 1937, 2, 98-100.

28. Studies in the Psychology of Stuttering: VI. The role of cues representative of past stuttering in the distribution of stuttering moments during oral reading (with L. Millsapps). J. Speech Disorders, 1937, 2, 101-104.

29. Studies in the Psychology of Stuttering: VII. Effect of certain changes in speech pattern upon frequency of stuttering (with L. Rosen), J. Speech Disorders, 1937, 2, 105-109.

30. Certain cues associated with precipitation of moments of stuttering. Proc. of Amer. Sp. Corr. Assoc., 1937, 7, 57-63.

31. The relation of bilingualism to stuttering: a survey in East Chicago, Indiana, Schools (with L. E. Travis and J. Shover). J. Speech Disorders, 1937, 2, 185-189.

32. Certain laterality characteristics of functional articulatory defectives (with E. House). Elem. School J., 1937, 38, 52-58.

33. Research needs in speech pathology. J. Exceptional Children, extra monograph issue, Jan., 1938, 33-36.

34. A statistical evaluation of specified cues related to the moment of stuttering. (Abstract.) Psychol. Bull., 1938, 35, 632.

35. The role of evaluation in stuttering. J. Speech Disorders, 1938, 3, 85-89. Abstract in Proc. Amer. Speech Corr. Assoc. (Madison, Wis.: College Typing Co.), 1938, 8, 46-48.

36. Studies in the Psychology of Stuttering: X. Constancy of lack cf expectancy of stuttering (with S. Ainsworth). J. Speech Disorders, 1938, 3, 101-104.

37. Studies in the Psychology of Stuttering: XIII. A statistical analysis of the adaptation and consistency effects in relation to stuttering (with M. Inness). J. Speech Disorders, 1939, 4, 79-86.

38. The treatment of stuttering. J. Speech Disorders, 1939, 4, 170-172.

39. Stuttering in relation to various speech sounds: A correction (with S. F. Brown). Quar. J. Speech, 1939, 25, 20-22.

40. Some semantic aspects of stuttering. Proc. Amer. Speech Corr. Assoc., 1939, 9, 39-50.

41. Language and Speech Hygiene. General Semantics Monographs, No. 1, Lakeville, Conn.: Institute of General Semantics, 1939, p. 54.

42. Educating the handicapped. Univ. Iowa Child Welfare Bull., No. 12, 1939.

43. Iowa Hand usage dextrality quotients of one hundred high school students (with V. Bissell). J. Educ. Psychol., 1940, 31, 148-152.

44. Revised Iowa usage dextrality quotients of six-year-olds (with D. Duke). J. Educ.. Psychol., 1940, 31, 45-52.

45. Hand usage and angleboard dextrality quotients of adult stutterers and non- stutterers (with A. King). Read before the American Psychol. Ass'n., State College, Pa, 1940. Abstract in Psychol. Bull., 1940, 37, 424. Full report published in J. Exper. Psychol., 1942, 31, 293-311.

46. A study of the onset and early development of stuttering. Read before the Amer. Speech Corr. Ass'n., State College, Pa., 1940, J. Speech Disorders, 1942, 7, 251-257.

47. The Iowa Remedial Education Survey and Demonstration Program, A WPA Project, 1939-42. Iowa City, 1owa: Iowa Child Welfare Research Station, 1942, p. 50.

48. A semantic theory of stuttering. In Eugene Hahn (ed.) Stuttering: Significant Theories and Therapies, Stanford Univ. Press, 1943, 54-64. Revised edition, 1956, 59-70.

49. Research program in language behavior. Papers from the Second American Congress of General Semantics, 1943, 87-92.

50. The problem of stuttering from the point of view of general semantics. Papers from the Second American Congress on General Semantics, 1943, 189- 193.

51. Experiences in developing a university course in general semantics. Papers from the Second American Congress on General Semantics, 1943, 371-379.

52. Status of speech defectives in military service. Quarterly Journal of Speech, April, 1943,, 29, 131-136.

53. You can't write writing. ETC.: A Review of General Semantics, 1943, 1, 25-32. Reprinted in Correct English, 1947, 48, 22-25 (Sept.), 7-12 (Oct.). Reprinted in Twentieth Century English (Wm. Knickerbecker, Ed.). New York: Philosophical Library, 1945. Reprinted in Language, Meaning, and Maturity (S. I. Hayakawa, Ed.). New York: Harper and Bros., 1954.

54. People in quandaries. ETC.: A Review of General Semantics, 1943, 1, 69- 79.

55. Studies in the Psychology of Stuttering: XVIII. Construction and application of a test of attitude toward stuttering (with Robert Ammons). J. Speech Disorders, 1944, 9, 39-49.

56. Studies in Language Behavior: I. A program of research. Psychol. Mongr., 1944, 56, 1-15. Reprinted as Appendix in People in Quandaries, 1946.

57. The speech and auditorily handicapped (with W. G. Gardner). Rev. Educ. Res., June, 1944, 14, 241-263.

58. Some fundamental objectives in special education. J. of Excep. Child., January, 1944, 10, 115-117.

59. The Indians have no word for it: Stuttering in Children and Adults. Quar. J. Speech, 1944, 30, 330-337 and 456-465. Reprinted in ETC.: A Review of General Semantics, 1944-5, 265-81. Reprinted in digest form in Magazine Digest, Sept., 1944.

60. The relationship between frequency and duration of moments of stuttering (with W. Colley). J. Speech Disorders, 1945, 10, 35-38.

61. John told Jim what Joe told him: A study of the process of abstracting (with C. B. Wood). ETC.: A Review of General Semantics, 1945, 2, 10-28.

62. Degree of extensional agreement among twenty psychologists in their use of the labels, hypothesis, theory, and "law" (with J. Wilson). Proc. Iowa Academy Science.1945, 52, 255-259.

63. People in Quandaries: The Semantics of Personal Adjustment. New York: Harper and Bros., 1946, p. 532.

64. Inventory for evaluating a program of speech correction (with F. H. Knower). The Clearing House, 1946, 20, 294-296.

65. How to ask a question. J. General Education, 1947, 1, 206-210. Reprinted in ETC.: A Review of General Semantics, 1948, 5, 113-118.

66. General semantics and the science teacher. Amer. J. Physics, 1947, 15, 154-160. Reprinted in ETC: A Review of General Semantics, 1947, 4, 275- 284.

67. Description of the profession of speech pathologist. Washington, D. C.: Department of Labor, U. S. Employment Service, National Roster of Scientific and Specialized Personnel, Description of Professions Series, Pamphlet No. 4, 1947.

68. The semantics of maladjustment. Chapter 20 in Introduction to Clinical Psychology (Irwin A. Barg and L. A. Pennington, Eds.) New York: Ronald Press, 1948.

69. Symbols of conflict: some language structure aspects of culture conflicts. Chapter 44 in Conflicts of Power in Modern Culture: Seventh Symposium on Science, Philosophy and Religion. (Lyman Bryson, Louis Finklestein, and R. M. Maciver, Eds.) New York: Harper & Bros., 1947.

70. Speech and personality, Chapter 5 in Problems in the Communication of Ideas (Lyman Bryson, Ed.), New York: Harper & Bros., 1948. Reprinted in ETC.: A Review of General Semantics, 1949, 6, 84-102. Reprinted in part in Mass Communications (Wilbur Schramm, Ed.) Urbana: University of Illinois Press, 1949. Translated into Japanese, 1953.

71. Who is handicapped by whom? Epsilon Bulletin (of Epsilon Chapter of Phi Delta Kappa). College of Education, University of Iowa, Jan., 1948, 17-22.

72. People in quandaries. In Guidance Workshop, Summer, 1948, advisement service, Los Angeles City Schools. Pp. 60-67. Reprinted in ETC.: A Review of General Semantics, 1951, 8, 171-179.

73. Speech Handicapped School Children (with S. F. Brown, J. F. Curtis, C.E. Edney, and J. Keaster). New York: Harper & Bros., 1948. Revised Edition, 1956, Pp. 575 and xiv.

74. Stuttering. In Collier's Encyclopedia, 1948.

75. Dextrality. In Collier's Encyclopedia. 1948.

76. Scientific writing. Chapter 12 in A Complete Course in Freshman English (Harry Shaw). Second revised edition. New York: Harper & Bros., 1949. Third revised edition, 1954.

77. Letter to the editor. J. Speech and Hearing Dis., 1949, 14, 175.

78. A clinical speech program at the college level. Pp. 214-219, in Communication in General Education (Earl J. McGrath, Ed.) Dubuque: Wm.C. Brown Co., 1949

79. An open letter to the mother of a stuttering child. J. Speech and Hearing Disorders,1949, 14, 3-8. Reprinted from the magazine, You and Your Child, 1941. Reprinted in Speech Handicapped School Children (W. Johnson et al.), Harper & Bros., 1948. Reprinted in the Crippled Child Magazine, Oct., 1950. Revised for inclusion in Speech Handicapped School Children, revised edition,1956. Revised 1962. Copies available from Interstate Printers and Publishers, Danville, Illinois, or from the National Society for Crippled Children and Adults, 2023 W. Ogden Avenue, Chicago, Illinois. Translated into Japanese and French.

80. Teaching Children with Speech Handicaps. Chapter 10 in the Forty-Ninth Yearbook of The National Society for the Study of Education. Part II: The Education of Exceptional Children (Nelson B. Henry, Ed.) Chicago: University of Chicago Press, 1950.

81. Do you know how to listen? ETC.: A Review of General Semantics, 1950, 7,3-9.

82. To help the child with a speech handicap. The Child, U.S. Children’s Bureau publication, 1950, (Aug. -Sept.) 15, 12-14.

83. The rehabilitation of the stutterer. Mimeographed for American Medical Association annual convention, 1950, by the National Society for Crippled Children and Adults Chicago, 1950.

84. Stuttering. Chapter 16, Vol. V, in Otolaryngology, edited by George M. Coates, M.D. and Harry P. Schenek, M.D., Hagerstown, Md.: W. F. Prior Co., 1955.

85. The spoken word and the great unsaid. Quar. J. Speech, 1951, 37, 419-429. Reprinted in ETC.: A Review of General Semantics, 1953, 11, 28-40.

86. Diagnostic Manual in Speech Correction: A Training Workbook (with D.C. Spriestersbach and F. L. Darley). New York: Harper & Bros., 1952. pp. viii and 221.

87. The role of symbolic processes in personality development. Prepared for the 1950 White House Conference on Children and Youth. ETC.: A Review of General Semantics, 1951, 9, 29-34.

88. Speech disorders and speech correction. Prepared for the 1950 White House Conference on Children and Youth. Speech and Hearing Disorders, 1952, 17, 129-137.

89. The American Speech and Hearing Association. Statement prepared for the 1950 White House Conference on Children and Youth.

90. Stuttering. J. Illinois Medical Society, 1950, 98, No. 6.

91. Stammering. In Encyclopedia Americana, 1957, 25, 474-475.

92. The fateful process of Mr. A. talking to Mr. B., Harvard Business Review, 1953, 31, 49-56. Reprinted in Human Relation: Rare, Medium, or Well-Done, Harvard University, 1954. Reprinted in Gen. Sem. Bull., 1954, Nos. 14 and 15, 20-27. Reprinted in Human Relations for Management, edited by Edward C. Bursk, New York: Harper & Bros., 1956.

93. The problem of the personal filter in communication. Paper written for the Time Capsule deposited in the floor of the University of Iowa Communication Center, to be opened in 2053. Published under the title "How Everyone Filters the Facts," in the Iowa Publisher, August 1954. Reprinted in American Press, Dec., 1954, 11, 24.

94. Reducing misunderstandings in trying to reach agreements. Paper read before annual meeting of American Association of Law Schools. Iowa Law Review. 1954, 39, 397-408.

95. Stuttering: an interpretation of research findings. Journal of the South African Logopedic Society, Vol. 2, No. 1, Sept., 1954.

96. Is my child normal? An open letter to a normal mother and father. National Parent Teacher Magazine, Jan., 1954.

97. Stuttering in Children and Adults: Thirty Years of Research at the University of Iowa. (Editor, with assistance of R. Leutenegger, and co-author.) Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 1955, pp. 472 and xviii.

98. The time, the place, and the problem. In Stuttering in Children and Adults, 1955.

99. The descriptional principle and the principle of static analysis. In Stuttering in Children and Adults, 1955.

100. A study of the onset and development of stuttering. In Stuttering in Children and Adults, 1955.

101. A systematic approach to the psychology of stuttering (John R. Knott). In Stuttering in Children and Adults, 1955.

102. Case history of a stutterer (with William Trotter). Chapter 12 in Clinical Studies in Personality, edited by Arthur Burton and Robert Harris. New York: Harper and Bros., 1955.

103. Your Most Enchanted Listener. New York: Harper and Bros., 1956, p. 215.

104. Perceptual and valuational factors in stuttering. Chapter 27 in A Handbook of Speech Pathology, edited by Lee Edward Travis. New York: Appleton-Century-Crofts, 1957. Also, Folia Phoniatrica, 1956, 8, 211-233.

105. Adjustment problems of the cerebral palsied. Journal of Speech and Hearing Disorders, 1956, 21, 12-17.

106. The wonder and hazards of communication. Journal of the Association of Medical Illustrators, 1957, No. 9, 12-16.

107. Stuttering Therapy in Action (transcription of tape-recorded therapy session presented at the 1956 annual meeting of the American Speech and Hearing Association; other participants, George Shames and Dean Williams). Edited by George Wischner. American Speech and Hearing Association, 1957.

108. The Onset of Stuttering: Research, Findings and Implications. Minneapolis, University of Minnesota Press, 1959, pp. 519 and ix.

109. The six men and the stuttering. Introduction to Stuttering: A Symposium. Edited by Jon Eisenson. New York: Harper and Bros., 1958, pp. xi-xxiv. Reprinted in ETC., 1959, 16, 419-433.

110. Speech Correctionists: The Competencies They Need for the Work They Do. (with R. P. Mackie) U. S. Office of Education Bulletin 1957, No. 19. Washington: U. S. Government Printing Office, 1957.

111. Children with Speech and Hearing Impairment: Preparing to Work with Them in the Schools. U. S. Office of Education Bulletin 1959, No. 5. Washington: U.S. Government Printing Office, 1959, p. 32.

112. Three Addresses (transcriptions of tape-recordings): (1) The clinical point of view in education; (2) The educational point of view in clinical work; (3) A summary of research as it applies to stuttering therapy. In Summary of Proceedings, Ninth Annual In-Service Conference on Exceptional Children: Understanding the Needs of the Speech Handicapped Child. Salem, Oregon, 1959, pp. 6-27; 37-51.

113. Toward Understanding Stuttering. Chicago, Ill.: National Society for Crippled Children and Adults, 1959, p. 36.

114. Problems of impaired speech and language. Guest Editorial. Journal of American Medical Association, August 22, 1959. Reprinted Journal of Rehabilitation in Asia, 2, 1961, 11-13.

115. Effects of Hyperventilation and Tetany on the Speech Fluency of Stutterers and Nonstutterers (with Martin Young, A. L. Sahs, and George Bedell). Journal of Speech and Hearing Research, 2, 1959, 203-215.

116. Stuttering and What You Can Do About It. Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 1961, pp. 208 and ix. Doubleday Dolphin Handbook paperback edition, 1962, p. 279.

117. Stuttering and Its Treatment (co-author with seven other authorities). Memphis, Term.: Speech Foundation of America, 1960, p. 47.

118. The role of communication in human behavior: speech and hearing problems. Rehabilitation Record, Vol. 1, No. 2, March-April, 1960, 31-35. Reprinted in Public Aid in Illinois, 27, 1961, 13-16.

119. Stuttering (guest editor and co-author). Feelings and Their Medical Significance, Vol. 2, No. 6, June, 1960, p. 4.

120. Stuttering. Collier's Encyclopedia, revised edition, 1960.

121. Counseling parents about the problem called stuttering or stammering. Speech Pathology and Therapy (Journal of the British College of Speech Therapists ), 4, 1961, 7-10.

122. Some practical suggestions for adults who stutter. Speech Pathology and Therapy, 4, 1961, 68-73.

123. Are speech disorders superficial or basic ? Asha (Journal of the American Speech and Hearing Association), 3, 1961, 233-236.

124. Some effects of a course in general semantics. ETC.: A Review of General Semantics, 1961, 18, 315-346.

125. Introduction. Monograph Supplement 7, Journal of Speech and Hearing Disorders. June, 1961, v-vii.

126. Measurements of oral reading and speaking rate and disfluency of adult male and female stutterers and nonstutterers, Monograph Supplement 7, Journal of Speech and Hearing Disorders, June, 1961, 1-20.

127. Rehabilitation as it is and as it might be, Proceedings of Conference on Rehabilitation for the Disabled Older Worker) U.S. Office of Vocational Rehabilitation and the University of Iowa, 1961, 37-51. Reprinted in Journal of Rehabilitation, Jan.-Feb., 1963. Reprinted in ETC.: A Review of General Semantics, 1963

128. Speech disorders. Encyclopedia of Mental Health, 1963, pp. 1952-1961.

129. The language of responsibility, University of Iowa Commencement Address, 1961. Iowa Alumni Review. August, 1961, 10-13; University of Iowa Extension Division Bulletin, Nov., 1961. Reprinted in ETC., 1962, 19, 76-84.

130. Diagnostic Methods in Speech Pathology (editor and co-author, with F. L. Darley and D.C. Spriestersbach). New York: Harper and Row, 1963, pp. 347 and xv.

131. Wendell Johnson and Joseph L. Stewart.  Stuttering and North American Indians, in J. Akin, A. Goldberg, G. Myers, and J. Stewart [eds.], Language Behaviour: A Book of Readings in Communications. The Hague: Mouton, 1970, pp. 340-346.

132. Wendell Johnson and Dorothy Moeller.  Living with Change: The Semantics of Coping. New York: Harper and Row, 1975.


II. Doctoral Dissertations Directed

1. Barber, Virginia M. A Statistical study of the effects of specified distractions on the frequency of stuttering. Journal of Speech Disorders, 1939, 4, 371-383 and 1940, 5, 29-42.

2. Davis, Dorothy M. The relation of repetitions in the speech of young children to various measures of language maturity and situational factors. Journal of Speech Disorders, 1939, 4, 303-318 and 1940, 5, 238-246.

3. Ritzman, Carl H. A comparative cardio-vascular and metabolic study of stutterers and nonstutterers. Journal of Speech Disorders, 1943.

4. Scarbrough, Hartwell N. A quantitative and qualitative analysis of the electroencephalograms of stutterers and nonstutterers. (Co-directed with Dr. John R. Knott). Journal of Experimental Psychology, 1943, 32, 156-167.

5. Fairbanks, Helen L. The quantitative differentiation of samples of spoken language. Published in Vol. 56, No. 2, 1944, Psychological Monographs, under the title: Studies in Language Behavior. II. The quantitative differentiation of samples of spoken language.

6. Mann, Mary B. A study of the problem of quantitative differentiation of samples of written language. Published in Vol. 56, No. 2, 1944, Psychological Monographs under the title: Studies in Language Behavior: III. The quantitative differentiation of samples of written language.

7. Chotles, John W. A statistical and comparative analysis of individual written language samples. (co-directed with Professor D. Lewis). Published in Vol. 56, No. 2, 1944, Psychological Monographs, under the title: Studies in Language Behavior: IV. A statistical and comparative analysis of individual written language samples.

8. Tuthill, Curtis E. A quantitative study of extensional meaning with special reference to stuttering. Speech Monographs, 1946, 13, 3-20.

9. Shulman, Edward. A study of certain factors influencing the variability of stuttering. Published, under title of "Factors influencing the variability of stuttering," in Stuttering in Children and Adults, edited by W. Johnson with assistance of R. Leutenegger, Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 1955.

10. Oxtoby, Eloise Tupper. A quantitative study of certain phenomena related to expectancy of stuttering. Published, under title of "Frequency of stuttering in relation to induced modifications following expectancy of stuttering," in Stuttering in Children and Adults, edited by W. Johnson with assistance of R. Leutenegger, Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 1955.

11. Schuell, Hildred. Sex differences in relation to stuttering. Journal of Speech Disorders, 1946, 11, 277-295 and 1947, 12, 23-25. Published also as a book, A Study of Boys and Girls: Differences That Matter. Austin, Texas: Delta Kappa Gamma Society, 1947.

12. Wischner, George. Stuttering Behavior and Learning: a program of research. (Co-directed with Prof. K. W. Spence). Journal of Speech and Hearing Disorders, 1950, 15, 324-335.

13. Bloodstein, Oliver. Conditions under which stuttering is reduced or absent. Journal or Speech and Hearing Disorders, 1949, 14, 295-302, and 1950, 15, 29- 36, 142-153.

14. Darley, Frederic. The relationship of parental attitudes and adjustments to the development of stuttering. Published in Stuttering in Children and Adults, edited by W. Johnson with assistance of R. Leutenegger, Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 1955.

15. Goss, Albert. An experimental study or anxiety in relation to stuttering. (Co-directed with Dr. I. E. Farber). Published in Journal of Speech and Hearing Disorders, 1956, 21, 343-51, under title of "Stuttering behavior and anxiety as a function of experimental training."

16. Jones, E. Leroi. An investigation of stuttering viewed as learned behavior with special reference to experimental extinction and spontaneous recovery. Published, under title of "Explorations of experimental extinction and spontaneous recovery in stuttering," in Stuttering in Children and Adults, edited by W. Johnson with assistance of R. Leutenegger, Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 1955.

17. Spriestersbach, Caryl. A study of the evaluative behavior of male stutterers. Journal of Speech and Hearing Disorders, 1951, 16, 250-257.

18. Frick, James E. An exploratory study of the effects of punishment (electric shock) upon stuttering behavior.

19. Eckelmann, Dorathy. A handbook of public school speech correction.

20. Cohen, Edwin. The adaptation and consistency effects in the oral reading and spontaneous speech of stutterers.

21. Golub, Arnold J. The heart rates of stutterers and nonstutterers in relation to frequency of stuttering during a series of oral readings. (Co-directed with Dr. J. R. Knott).

22. Williams, Dean E. Evaluation of masseter muscle action potentials in stuttering and nonstuttering speech. (Co-directed with Dr. John K. Knott). Published, under title of "Masseter muscle action potentials in stuttered and nonstuttered speech," in Journal of Speech and Hearing Disorders, 1955, 20, 242-61.

23. Trotter, William D. A study of the severity of individual moments of stuttering. under the conditions of successive readings of the same material. (Co- directed with Dr. D. Sherman). Published, under title of "The severity of stuttering during successive readings of the same material," in Journal of Speech and Hearing Disorders, 1955, 20, 17-25.

24. Boehmler, Richard M. A quantitative study of the extensional definition stuttering special reference to the audible designata. (Co-directed with Dr. D. Sherman). Published, under title of "Listener Responses to Non-Fluencies," in Journal of Speech and Hearing Research, 1958, 1, 132-141.

25. Leutenegger, Ralph H. A study or adaptation and recovery in the oral reading of stutterers. (Co-directed with Dr. D. Sherman). Published, under title of "Adaptation and Recovery in the Oral Reading of Stutterers," in Journal of Speech and Hearing Disorders, 1957, 22, 276-87.

26. Newman, Parley. A comparative. study of self-formulated speech and oral reading with reference to adaptation and recovery of the stuttering response. (Co-directed with Dr. D. Sherman). Published, under title of "A study of adaptation and recovery of the stuttering response in self-formulated speech," in Journal of Speech and Hearing Disorders, 1954, 19, 450-459.

27. Williams, John David. A study of stuttering adaptation under assumed minimization of anxiety motivation.

28. Skalbeck, Oliver. The relationship of expectancy of stuttering to certain other designated variables associated with stuttering.

29. Stewart, Joseph L. The problem of stuttering in certain North American Indian Societies. Published, under same title, as Monograph Supplement 6, Journal of Speech and Hearing Disorders, April, 1960, p. 87.

30. Neelley, James N. A study of the speech behavior of stutterers and nonstutterers under normal and delayed auditory feedback. Monograph Supplement 7, Journal of Speech and Hearing Disorders, 1961, 63-82.

31. Young, Martin A. Predicting ratings of severity of stuttering. Monograph Supplement 7, Journal of Speech and Hearing Disorders, 1961, 31-54. 


III. General and Miscellany

1. Eighteen years of stuttering. Hygeia, 1929.

2. The child who stutters. Child Welfare, 1930.

3. Speech defective children: A point of view. Public Health Nursing, 1932.

4. Stuttering. The High School Teacher, 1932.

5. Stuttering: Its cause and treatment. Parents' Magazine, 1932. Published also in the Mother's Encyclopedia.

6. The left-handed child. The Grade Teacher, 1934.

7. Helping the stuttering child. Hygeia, 1934.

8. Aiding the stuttering pupil. School Executives Magazine, 1934.

9. A million forgotten children. Hygeia, 1937. Reprinted in National Rehabilitation News, 1937.

10. Economies for a symbolic lady. Social Frontier, 1938.

11. Man under microscope. Commentator, 1939.

12. Tongues that learn to stumble. Hygeia, 1941

13. Speech Clinic of the Air. Weekly radio broadcast, University of Iowa Station WSUI, directed from 1934-1942.

14. Ten children you should know. National Parent-Teacher Magazine, 1944.

15. America Learns to Talk. Pageant, 1947.

16. Think your way out of your quandaries. American Weekly, 1947.

17. Students in quandaries. National Parent-Teacher Magazine, 1947.

18. Speech defects. Radio broadcast, Iowa State Medical Society, 1947.

19. "Putting your worse foot forward." Elesis of Chi Omega (written in response to "Professor of the Year" award, University of Iowa Chapter of Chi Omega), 1947. Reprinted in Swing, 1947.

20. Does your child have a speech difficulty? Better Homes and Gardens, February, 1948.

21. Foreword to Boys and Girls: Differences That Matter, by Hildred Schuell. Austin, Texas: Delta Kappa Gamma Society, 1947.

22. Foreword to Help Them Help Themselves, by Juliette Gratke. Dallas: Texas Society for Crippled Children, 1947.

23. A castle for a dream: The Speech Correction Fund. Crippled Child Magazine, 1949.

24. Foreword to Recovery from Aphasia, by Joseph Wepman, New York: Ronald Press, 1951.

25.For the stutterer, a sympathetic ear. New York Times Magazine. February 13, 1955.

26. If your child stutters. American Medical Association series, Your Health. This Week Magazine, July 17, 1955. Reprinted as chapter in How to Enjoy Good Health, edited by C. Solomon and B. Roberts. New York: Random House, 1956. 27. Help your child develop good speech. Woman's Home Companion, January, 1956.

28. Who is handicapped in speech? Frontier, June, 1956.

29. I was a despairing stutterer (as told to Jerome Ellison). Saturday Evening Post, January 5, 1957.

30. Stuttering is an avoidable accident. Reader's Digest, April, 1961, 71-74; foreign editions, May and June, 1961.

31. Foreword to A New Boy on Hillside Street, by Ruth FitzSimons. New York: Springer Publishing Co., 1962. 


IV. Editorial Experience

Book Reviews:

Over 100 in New York Times Book Review, Chicago Sun Bookweek, Des Moines Register, and professional journals.

Editor:

1. Iowa Literary Magazine (University of Iowa student publication), 1928-29.

2. Journal of Speech Disorders, 1943-47, and Journal of Speech and Hearing Disorders, 1948 (official journals of the American Speech and Hearing Association).

3. Chairman, Publications Board, American Speech and Hearing Association, 1959-62.

4. Founding Member, Board of Directors, Deafness Speech and Hearing Publications, Inc., publisher of Deafness Speech and Hearing Abstracts, 1960- 63; president, 1962.

5. Manual of Instruction for Left-handed Writing, by Warren Gardner. Danville, Illinois: Interstate, 1945.

6. Speech Reading: Jena Method, by Anna N. Bunger. Danville, Illinois: Interstate, 1945.

7. Public School Audiometry, by Lorraine Anson Dahl. Danville, Illinois: Interstate, 1950.

8. Stuttering, by Charles Van Riper. Edited for the American Speech and Hearing Association. Chicago: National Society for Crippled Children and Adults, 1949.

9. Speech Problems of Children. Edited for the American Speech and Hearing Association at request of the National Society for Crippled Children and Adults. New York: Grune and Stratton, 1950.

10. Stuttering in Children and Adults: Thirty Years of Research at the University of Iowa, (assisted by Ralph M. Leutenegger). Mineapolis: University of Minnesota Press, 1955.

11. Research Needs in Speech Pathology and Audiology. Report of the Committee on Research, American Speech and Hearing Association, for the Office of Vocational Rehabilitation and the Veterans Administration. Monograph Supplement 5 of the Journal of Speech and Hearing Disorders, 1959, p. 78.

12. The Problem of Stuttering in Certain North American Indians, by Joseph Stewart. Monograph Supplement 6 of the Journal of Speech and Hearing Disorders, 1960. Foreword.

13. Studies of Speech Disfluency and Rate of Stutterers and Nonstutterers. Monograph Supplement 7 of the Journal of Speech and Hearing Disorders, 1961, p.82.

Associate Editor or Member of Editorial Board:

1. Associate Editor, Spectator (McPherson, Kansas, College student newspaper), 1924-26.

2. Feature Editor, McPherson College Annual, 1925-26.

3. Editor, Speech Correction Terms, Dictionary of Education (Charter V. Good, Ed,). Sponsored by Phi Delta Kappa. New York: McGraw-Hill, 1945.

4. Associate Editor, Quarterly Journal of Speech (official journal of the Speech Association of America), 1950-56.

5. Member, International Board of Editors, Rehabilitation (journal published by Excerpta Medica Foundation), 1958--.

6. Member, Editorial Board, ETC.: A Review of General Semantics (official journal of the International Society for General Semantics), 1943-58.

7. Proceedings of the Second American Congress on General Semantics, 1941. 


Return to Wendell Johnson Memorial Home Page