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The Cornell School: Winans, Hunt, Hudson, Wichelns  The Cornell School: By end of 1800s Between 1915 and 1920: Cornell Dept. Speech Between the years 1920 and 25: The Cornell School Begins: A Publishing  Explosion Ted Windt: “No other single school—college or university—could match  this explosion of research and writing during this formative period.  Their  work culminated in the landmark book, Studies in Rhetoric and Public   Speaking , published in 1925.” Formative Years: 1915-1920 James A. Winans (1872-1956): had rigorous academic standards and  Professionalization. Described as “Thick star securely placed in the academic  *something*” professionalization. Major contributions --Formation of Professional Associations (such as ECA: ecasite.org and  NCA: natcom.org) --bult two academic departments from scratch.  --wrote a book “Public Speaking” --“No other book dealing with the problem of speaking ever presented the  1
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results of so much and such accurate study in psychology. With ‘attention’  as the ‘key-word,’ Winans has written a book at once sound psychologically, 
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