Elevated attention deficit hyperactivity disorder symptoms in children who stutter.

@article{Druker2019ElevatedAD,
  title={Elevated attention deficit hyperactivity disorder symptoms in children who stutter.},
  author={Kerianne Druker and N Hennessey and Trevor G. Mazzucchelli and Janet M. Beilby},
  journal={Journal of fluency disorders},
  year={2019},
  volume={59},
  pages={
          80-90
        }
}
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