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The results of two studies with 19 stutterers of two educational levels show that stutterers with more education stutter less but judge boundary depths in sentences better than stutterers with less education. This finding suggests that, among stutterers, the amount of stuttering and the comprehension of linguistic structures correlate negatively. These(More)
This case study concerns an 18-year-old bilingual girl who suffered a radiation lesion in the left (dominant) thalamic and temporal region when she was 4 years old. Language and memory assessment revealed deficits in auditory short-term memory, auditory word comprehension, nonword repetition, syntactic processing, word fluency, and confrontation naming(More)
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