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December 1970

The Information Center and What It Can Do For You

Arch Otolaryngol. 1970;92(6):529. doi:10.1001/archotol.1970.04310060001001

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IN THE 20th century man has seen some fantasies come true: television, computers, a trip to the moon—and the century is far from over. Man creates, develops, and uses for his convenience a myriad of devices. While he creates some problems in this manner he also develops new systems for solving others. To cope with the problem of abounding scientific literature scientists have developed the Information Analysis Center to help the researcher and clinician. One of these centers has been established specifically to help people working within the areas of communicative sciences—audiology, language, speech, and communication disorders. This national center, The Information Center for Hearing, Speech and Disorders of Human Communications, is located at The Johns Hopkins Medical Institutions, Baltimore, and is one of a nationwide network of information centers forming the Neurological Information Network.

This center can do many things for you. It Provides a guide to sources of

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