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This is an intelligent attempt to present briefly to stammerers and to the public generally a practical knowledge of the nature of stammering and especially of its treatment as carried out by the author. The presentation is frank, analytic and intelligent, but probably too difficult for practical use by any but the more mature and intelligent stammerers. The greatest value of the book will be found in its perusal by other students of stammering, and to them especially, though also to the general public, it is highly recommended. Our knowledge of stammering is steadily growing, and such books as this will do much to place treatment of the disorder on a more intelligent and standardized basis.
Stammering and Its Treatment. JAMA. 1927;89(10):813. doi:10.1001/jama.1927.02690100075033
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