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August 1949

RUBELLA-DEAFENED INFANTSComparison of a Group of Rubella-Deafened Children with a Group of Hereditarily Deaf Children and Their Sibs

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NORTHAMPTON, MASS.; Columbus, Ohio
From the Clarke School for the Deaf.

Am J Dis Child. 1949;78(2):182-200. doi:10.1001/archpedi.1949.02030050193003

With a Mathematical Appendix by

IN FEBRUARY 1946, a questionnaire entitled "Did You Have German Measles?"1 appeared in the Volta Review, a periodical devoted to education of the deaf. Through the courtesy of Miss Josephine B. Timberlake, the editor, and Mrs. Laura Stovel, the assistant editor, I was able to have the replies to this questionnaire for analysis. However, I found that they were brief and I decided that a more detailed questionnaire would yield more valuable data, so I sent each of the mothers a second questionnaire to fill out for me. The mothers were most cooperative and eager to help. Not only Dear Mrs..........................................: The material which you sent to the Volta Bureau in answer to the questionnaire on German measles has been forwarded to me for analysis. I should be most grateful if you would answer the following questions so that I may have a little

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