Effects of perceived causality on perceptions of persons who stutter.

@article{Boyle2009EffectsOP,
  title={Effects of perceived causality on perceptions of persons who stutter.},
  author={Michael P Boyle and Gordon W. Blood and Ingrid M. Blood},
  journal={Journal of fluency disorders},
  year={2009},
  volume={34 3},
  pages={201-18}
}
UNLABELLED This study examined the effects of the perceived cause of stuttering on perceptions of persons who stutter (PWS) using a 7-item social distance scale, a 25-item adjective pair scale and a 2-item visual analogue scale. Two hundred and four university students rated vignettes which varied on describing a PWS with different causalities for stuttering (psychological, genetic, or unknown). Ratings differed significantly according to assigned causality. The vignette with the stuttering due… CONTINUE READING

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