Re: In search of an article (Pierre Divenyi )

Subject: Re: In search of an article
From:    Pierre Divenyi  <pdivenyi(at)EBIRE.ORG>
Date:    Fri, 15 Nov 2002 09:11:19 -0800

Ju-Lee, Don't feel embarrassed. Here is my two-cents worth of advice for you and anyone looking for articles in journals inaccessible to him/her -- for your information, not even we who live in the rich United States have all journals at our fingertips. Look up the article's author on the web by doing a simple search. Find his/her personal page and e-mail address. Send the author a brief e-mail message asking to mail you a copy of the article in question and any other work relevant to the issue. This method may be slow but it is efficient. Best luck, Pierre Divenyi Pierre L. Divenyi, Ph.D. Speech and Hearing Research V.A. Medical Center and East Bay Institute for Research and Education Martinez, CA 94553 Phone: +1 (925) 370-6745 FAX: +1 (925) 229-3035 e-mail: pdivenyi(at)

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