Raymond Herbert Stetson
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Raymond Herbert Stetson (died 4 December 1950) was an American speech scientist at Oberlin College. In 1928 he published an influential book called Motor Phonetics: A Study of Speech Movements in Action. He graduated from Harvard University and Oberlin College.
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