Early childhood stuttering I: persistency and recovery rates.

@article{Yairi1999EarlyCS,
  title={Early childhood stuttering I: persistency and recovery rates.},
  author={Ehud Yairi and Nicoline G. Ambrose},
  journal={Journal of speech, language, and hearing research : JSLHR},
  year={1999},
  volume={42 5},
  pages={1097-112}
}
The divergent developmental course of stuttering with its two major paths, persistency and spontaneous (unaided) recovery, has been a focus of scientific attention because of its critical theoretical, research, and clinical perspectives. Issues concerning factors underlying persistency and recovery and their implications for early intervention have stirred considerable controversy among scientists. In light of the intense interest, the scarcity of direct essential epidemiological data… CONTINUE READING
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