City College of New York, New York City, New York, United States
In 1928 John Eisenson received a Bachelor of Arts degree from the City College of New York.
Teacher's College, Columbia University, New York City, New York, United States
In 1930 John Eisenson obtained a Master of Arts degree from Teacher's College, Columbia University and a Doctor of Philosophy degree in 1935.
(This book provides comprehensive coverage of voice produc...)
This book provides comprehensive coverage of voice production, voice improvement, and articulation. In addition, pertinent material from related disciplines of speech and hearing sciences, linguistics, and phonetics is included. The seventh edition is updated to reflect contemporary information about voice production and diction-articulation, pronunciation, and intonation. In addition, it provides a comprehensive overview of voice, diction, and effective communication.
In 1928 John Eisenson received a Bachelor of Arts degree from the City College of New York. In 1930 he obtained a Master of Arts degree from Teacher's College, Columbia University and a Doctor of Philosophy degree in 1935.
From 1935 to 1942 Jon Eisenson was a member of the faculty at Brooklyn College. During the Second World War, served as an assistant of a chief clinical psychologist for the War Department. He was also a chief clinical psychologist in charge of language rehabilitation at Halloran General Hospital, for the Office of the Surgeon General. During the war, he developed a test to assess aphasia in soldiers who had severe brain damage. He helped teach such soldiers how to speak again.
From 1946 to 1962 he was a director of Queens College Speech and Hearing Center. In the same period of time, he was a professor of speech at Queens College, City University of New York. In 1958 he was a president of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association. In 1962 he joined Stanford as a professor of hearing and speech science and director of the Institute for Childhood Aphasia. From 1965 to 1968 he was the president of Speech-Language-Hearing Foundation. He was a Distinguished Professor of Special Education at San Francisco State (1973-1984) and visiting professor at many universities including Northwestern and the universities of Wisconsin, Colorado, Utah, Tel Aviv (Israel) and Queensland (Australia).
His books on the subject include Examining for Ahasia (1954), Aphasia in Children (1972), Aphasia and Related Disorders in Children (1984), Understanding Stroke and Aphasia (1990), and Voice and Diction: A Program for Improvement (1996), co-written with his son, Arthur Eisenson. In addition, he was also the author of books about aging, poetry, and children’s books.
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John Eisenson was first married to Freda F. Eisenson. His second wife was Eileen Eisenson. He had two children: Arthur M. Eisenson and Elinore Lurie.