Raymond Herbert Stetson was Professor of Psychology at Oberlin College. He influenced Karl F. Heiser and Roger Wolcott Sperry[1].


He who had studied at Harvard University with William James, Josiah Royce, and Hugo Münsterberg.


At Oberlin he worked in the area of speech and motor phonetics.


---Motor Phonetics


  • Kelso, J. A. S.; Munhall, K. G.; Netsell, Ronald (1989) R.H. Stetson's Motor Phonetics: A Retrospective Edition. The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America, Volume 85, Issue 2,p.976

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