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Abstract To identify impressions speech—language clinicians and university students have of females who stutter, a 47-scale semantic differential form was administered to members of each group to… (More)
Abstract This paper reports interview data collected from ten men and ten women who stutter. The responses of the subjects tend to (a) highlight the multidimensionality of stuttering, (b) provide… (More)
Abstract Twenty-two kindergarten and first-grade children who had been identified as having a stuttering problem and their nonstuttering matched controls individually told stories in response to each… (More)
Kindergarten through sixth grade classroom teachers in four school districts completed questionnaires designed to determine whether they would be more likely to refer a boy than a girl with an iden...
Epidermolysis bullosa (EB), a heterogeneous group of hereditary diseases, varies in mode of inheritance, extent, severity, and presence or absence of scarring and dystrophy. Fourteen cases (13 in… (More)
In Reply .—We are in complete agreement with Dr Brodnitz that the finding of our study that premenstrual hoarseness is a rarely occurring condition among young women with no vocal training cannot be… (More)
Abstract This bibliography consists of clinical, experimental, and theoretical papers pertaining to the onset, development, and treatment of stuttering in children five- years old and younger. It is… (More)