Lee Edward Travis, Ph.D.

Affiliations: 
Psychology and Speech University of Iowa, Iowa City, IA 
Area:
stuttering, speech pathology
Website:
http://www.acsu.buffalo.edu/~duchan/history_subpages/leeedwardtravis.html
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Lee Edward Travis was a founding father of the profession of Speech-Language Pathology in America. He was one of the 25 charter members of ASHA and was instrumental in setting up one of the first speech-pathology programs in the country located at the University of Iowa.

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Knott JR, Travis LE. (1937) A note on the relationship between duration and amplitude of cortical potentials Journal of Psychology: Interdisciplinary and Applied. 3: 169-172
Travis LE, Knott JR. (1937) Brain potential studies of perseveration: I. perseveration time to light Journal of Psychology: Interdisciplinary and Applied. 3: 97-100
Travis LE, Knott JR, Griffith PE. (1937) Effect of response on the latency and frequency of the berger rhythm Journal of General Psychology. 16: 391-401
Travis LE, Knott JR. (1937) Bilaterally Recorded Brain Potentials from Normal Speakers and Stutterers Journal of Speech Disorders. 2: 239-241
Travis LE, Johnson W, Shover J. (1937) The Relation of Bilingualism to Stuttering Journal of Speech and Hearing Disorders. 2: 185-189
Travis LE, Cofer CN. (1937) The temporal relationship between brain potentials and certain neuromuscular rhythms Journal of Experimental Psychology. 21: 565-569
Travis LE, Knott JR. (1937) Brain potential studies of perseveration: II. Perseveration time to visually presented words Journal of Experimental Psychology. 21: 353-358
Travis LE. (1937) Brain potentials and the temporal course of consciousness Journal of Experimental Psychology. 21: 302-309
Travis LE, Knott JR. (1936) Brain potentials from normal speakers and stutterers Journal of Psychology: Interdisciplinary and Applied. 2: 137-150
Herren RY, Travis LE, Lindsley DB. (1936) The effect of lesions in the central nervous system of the rat upon reflex time The Journal of Comparative Neurology. 63: 241-249
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