Pioneers of Speech-Language Pathology

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Alfred Ayres

Ollie Backus

Bird Baldwin

James Mark Baldwin

Earl Barnes

Sarah Tracy Barrows

Jane Beasley

Behnke Family

Alexander Graham Bell

Melville Bell

Mildred Berry

Alfred Binet

Caleb Bingham

Margaret Gray Blanton

Smiley Blanton

Charles Sydney Bluemel

Clara Brinkerhoff

Paul Broca

Hallie Quinn Brown

Bryng Bryngelson

Pauline Camp

Elizabeth Carrow

James McKean Cattell

Myfawny Chapman

Joseph Collins

Andrew Comstock

Edward Conradi

Samuel Silas Curry


Jon Eisenson

Elizabeth Farrell

John Madison Fletcher

Walter Fobes

Emil Froeschels

Frances Joseph Gall

Arnold Gesell

Mabel Farrington Gifford

Henry Herbert Goddard

Kurt Goldstein

James Sonnett Greene

Hermann Gutzmann (Sr)

Granville Stanley Hall

James Hinshelwood

James Hunt


Doris Johnson

Elmer Lawton Kenyon

Leo Kofler

Laura Lee

Jane Leigh


George Hudson Makuen

Dorothea McCarthy

Milderd McGinnis

Charles Karsner Mills

Lewis Baxter Monroe

Samuel George Morton

Floyd Summer Muckey

James Edward Murdoch

Helmur Myklebust

Samuel Orton

Charles Plumptre

James Burton Pond

Ruth Porteous (recollecting Australian history)

Ebenezer Porter


Samuel Dowse Robbins

James Rush

George Oscar Russell

Martha Taylor Sarno

Edward Wheeler Scripture

May Kirk Scripture

Charles Emil Seashore

Thomas Sheridan

Madorah Smith

Sara Stinchfield-Hawk

Sara Stinchfield-Hawk (memories from her relatives)

Alfred Strauss

Walter Swift

Mildred Templin

Lewis Madison Terman

Edward Lee Thorndike

Edward Payson Thwing

Lee Edward Travis

Lee Edward Travis (memories from his grandaughter, Tina Bennett-Kastor)

Edwin Burket Twitmeyer


Charles Van Riper

John Walker

John Wallin

Beth Wellman

Joseph Wepman

Edgar S. Werner

Heinz Werner

Carl Wernicke

Robert William West

Lightner Witmer

Robert West

Wilhelm Wundt

Robert Yerkes

Edna Hill Young