F2 transitions during sound/syllable repetitions of children who stutter and predictions of stuttering chronicity.

@article{Yaruss1993F2TD,
  title={F2 transitions during sound/syllable repetitions of children who stutter and predictions of stuttering chronicity.},
  author={Jonathan Scott Yaruss and Edward G. Conture},
  journal={Journal of speech and hearing research},
  year={1993},
  volume={36 5},
  pages={883-96}
}
The purpose of the present study was to examine the relationships between second formant (F2) transitions during the sound/syllable repetitions (SSRs) of young children who stutter and their predicted chronicity of stuttering. Subjects were 13 youngsters who stutter, who were divided into two groups based on their predicted chronicity of stuttering as measured by the Stuttering Prediction Instrument (SPI; Riley, 1984): a high-risk group, consisting of 7 boys (mean age = 50.6 months), and a low… CONTINUE READING

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