A Study of the Social and Vocational Acceptability of Esophageal Speakers Compared to Normal Speakers as Rated by Members of Business and Professional Groups
University of Wisconsin--Madison, 1962 - Esophageal speech - 238 pages
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3.84 Laryngectomees 3.84 Within Groups acceptable than laryngectomee analysis of variance aryn audience auditors CN CN CN CN r-l coefficients of determination Correlation ratios degree of public df Squares Square esophageal speakers esophageal speech esophageal voice F Source df four speakers gectomees increase in acceptability indicates information interaction Jesberg job prestige jobs criteria laryn laryngeal cancer Laryngectomees vs L.face/N.voice Laryngectomized Patient minor analyses Nl vs N2 NONORTHOGONAL COMPARISONS normal and esophageal normal speakers normal speech Normals vs L.face/N.voice Ns vs Ls number of jobs presented on silent r-l CN r-l r-l r-l r-l rH rH ratings Rehabilitation SCATTER DIAGRAM scores silent films social acceptability social and vocational SOPI(b sound film presentation Source df Squares speaker by information speaker by presentation speaker comparisons SPEAKERS JUDGED speech defective speech or appearance Squares Square Ratio sum of job sum of social switched film table of means types of speakers utilized vocational acceptability