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Stuttering treatment research 1970-2005: I. Systematic review incorporating trial quality assessment of behavioral, cognitive, and related approaches.
PURPOSE To complete a systematic review, with trial quality assessment, of published research about behavioral, cognitive, and related treatments for developmental stuttering. Goals included theExpand
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Brain activity in adults who stutter: Similarities across speaking tasks and correlations with stuttering frequency and speaking rate
Many differences in brain activity have been reported between persons who stutter (PWS) and typically fluent controls during oral reading tasks. An earlier meta-analysis of imaging studies identifiedExpand
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Stuttering treatment research 1970-2005: II. Systematic review incorporating trial quality assessment of pharmacological approaches.
PURPOSE To complete a systematic review, incorporating trial quality assessment, of published research about pharmacological treatments for stuttering. Goals included the identification of treatmentExpand
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Evidence-based treatment of stuttering: V. The art of clinical practice and the future of clinical research.
  • A. Bothe
  • Medicine, Psychology
  • Journal of fluency disorders
  • 1 September 2003
UNLABELLED This epilogue summarizes and expands on some of the many points raised in Parts I through IV, emphasizing that evidence-based practice is not in conflict with the "art" of clinicalExpand
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Science and pseudoscience in communication disorders: criteria and applications.
PURPOSE The purpose of this tutorial is to describe 10 criteria that may help clinicians distinguish between scientific and pseudoscientific treatment claims. The criteria are illustrated, first forExpand
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Psychometric evaluation of condition-specific instruments used to assess health-related quality of life, attitudes, and related constructs in stuttering.
  • D. Franic, A. Bothe
  • Medicine, Psychology
  • American journal of speech-language pathology
  • 1 February 2008
PURPOSE This study assessed the psychometric properties of instruments used to measure constructs similar to stuttering-specific health-related quality of life. In the stuttering literature, mostExpand
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Evidence-Based Treatment of Stuttering : Empirical Bases and Clinical Applications
Let's read! We will often find out this sentence everywhere. When still being a kid, mom used to order us to always read, so did the teacher. Some books are fully read in a week and we need theExpand
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Measurement of speech effort during fluency-inducing conditions in adults who do and do not stutter.
PURPOSE To investigate the effects of 4 fluency-inducing (FI) conditions on self-rated speech effort and other variables in adults who stutter and in normally fluent controls. METHOD Twelve adultsExpand
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Measurement of phonated intervals during four fluency-inducing conditions.
PURPOSE Previous investigations of persons who stutter have demonstrated changes in vocalization variables during fluency-inducing conditions (FICs). A series of studies has also shown that aExpand
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Phonation interval modification and speech performance quality during fluency-inducing conditions by adults who stutter.
PURPOSE To relate changes in four variables previously defined as characteristic of normally fluent speech to changes in phonatory behavior during oral reading by persons who stutter (PWS) andExpand
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