THE PROSODIC QUALITY OF SPEECH AND ITS DISORDERS: (A BRIEF SURVEY FROM A NEUROLOGIST'S POINT OF VIEW)

@article{MonradKrohn1947THEPQ,
  title={THE PROSODIC QUALITY OF SPEECH AND ITS DISORDERS: (A BRIEF SURVEY FROM A NEUROLOGIST'S POINT OF VIEW)},
  author={G. H. Monrad‐Krohn},
  journal={Acta Psychiatrica Scandinavica},
  year={1947},
  volume={22}
}
All border-line subjects in scieiice are ap t to become neglected and the topic before us, situated as it is on the border between philology, psychology, and neurology, is no exception. I n neurology it has iriostly been overlooked and, a s far as I have been able to ascertain, neither philology nor psychology has given it much a t t e n t i ~ n . ~ Now clinical neurologg often sheds light on a fuiiction by observing its failure. It is often the loss o r the disturbance of a faculty which… 

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