Impact of stuttering severity on adolescents' domain-specific and general self-esteem through cognitive and emotional mediating processes.

@article{Adriaensens2015ImpactOS,
  title={Impact of stuttering severity on adolescents' domain-specific and general self-esteem through cognitive and emotional mediating processes.},
  author={Stefanie Adriaensens and Wim Beyers and Elke Struyf},
  journal={Journal of communication disorders},
  year={2015},
  volume={58},
  pages={43-57}
}
PURPOSE The theory that self-esteem is substantially constructed based on social interactions implies that having a stutter could have a negative impact on self-esteem. Specifically, self-esteem during adolescence, a period of life characterized by increased self-consciousness, could be at risk. In addition to studying mean differences between stuttering and non-stuttering adolescents, this article concentrates on the influence of stuttering severity on domain-specific and general self-esteem… CONTINUE READING
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