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Speech hesitation - 1900

Speech hesitation - 1900

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Published by Demosten
I have just read "
Speech Hesitation
"
by Mrs. E. J.
Thorpe, with much interest.
Her method has the distinct advantage over nearly all
others that I have known in that it is laid on a definite, and,
as I think, a correct conception of what are probably the
most common causes of the difficulty and seeks by a rational
and systematic method to remove them. I am not surprised
at the success she has met with, becanse, too, of the
careful study of individual cases upon which she bases her
treatment.
The-whole subject is one of the most peculiar and scientifically
interesting in all the field of education. I am
heartily in* accord with her conviction that one of the most
urgent needs in view of the large per cent, afflicted, and of
the kind of treatment needed, is for an institution where
this very grave and painful, but most curable affliction of
childhood and youth can be treated with conditions so controlled
as to make the prospect of cure most favorable.
Wealthy philanthropists, and, if need be, legislators
should be appealed to.
May 30, 1899. G. STANLEY HALL.
I have just read "
Speech Hesitation
"
by Mrs. E. J.
Thorpe, with much interest.
Her method has the distinct advantage over nearly all
others that I have known in that it is laid on a definite, and,
as I think, a correct conception of what are probably the
most common causes of the difficulty and seeks by a rational
and systematic method to remove them. I am not surprised
at the success she has met with, becanse, too, of the
careful study of individual cases upon which she bases her
treatment.
The-whole subject is one of the most peculiar and scientifically
interesting in all the field of education. I am
heartily in* accord with her conviction that one of the most
urgent needs in view of the large per cent, afflicted, and of
the kind of treatment needed, is for an institution where
this very grave and painful, but most curable affliction of
childhood and youth can be treated with conditions so controlled
as to make the prospect of cure most favorable.
Wealthy philanthropists, and, if need be, legislators
should be appealed to.
May 30, 1899. G. STANLEY HALL.

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