Anxiety levels in people who stutter: a randomized population study.

Abstract

The question of whether people who stutter are generally more anxious than people who do not stutter has not yet been resolved. One major methodological barrier to determining whether differences exist has been the type of stuttering sample used. Studies investigating anxiety levels of those who stutter have mostly assessed people referred to stuttering… (More)

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@article{Craig2003AnxietyLI, title={Anxiety levels in people who stutter: a randomized population study.}, author={Ashley Craig and Karen M Hancock and Yvonne Tran and Magali Craig}, journal={Journal of speech, language, and hearing research : JSLHR}, year={2003}, volume={46 5}, pages={1197-206} }