The information below is the start of a memorial to Wendell Johnson and his contribution to the field of speech-language pathology, and especially to the area of stuttering. If others have more information, please share it.
Wendell Johnson (1906-1965)
Up close and personal - biography, personal story
Wendell A. L. Johnson Memorial Home Page
by his son, Nicholas Johnson
Wendell Johnson - Wikipedia
His friends and family remember
Wendell Johnson And Charles Van Riper: A Remembrance of Them and Their Era
by Dave Williams
His Professional Contributions
Wendell Johnson: The Addiction to Wonder
by Dorothy Moeller, includes a bibliography of the publications of Wendell Johnson
Audio presentations of Wendell Johnson
are included on Voices: Past and Present
The Tudor Study -
The Stuttering Doctor's 'Monster Study'
by Gretchen Reynolds, New York Times, March 16, 2003
Ethics and Orphans: The 'Monster Study'"
by James Dyer, published June 10, 2001 in the San Jose Mercury News
Michael Flaum, M.D.,
"Research Did Not Cause Stuttering"
Guest Opinion,The Daily Iowan, September 4, 2002.
Retroactive Ethical Judgments and Human Subjects Research: The 1939 Tudor Study in Context
by Nicholas Johnson, a paper prepared for delivery at the Symposium on Ethics and The Tudor Study: Implications for Research in Stuttering, December 13, 2002.
Legal battle ends over stuttering experiment
by Judy Keen, USA Today, 8/26/2007
Settles Stuttering Study Law Suit
by David Pitt, Associated Press Writer, Des Moines, IA, August 7, 2007
Last modified December 6, 2007