Laryngeal behavior during stuttering: a further study.

  title={Laryngeal behavior during stuttering: a further study.},
  author={Edward G. Conture and H D Schwartz and Dennis W. Brewer},
  journal={Journal of speech and hearing research},
  volume={28 2},
The purpose of this study was to provide detailed, objective descriptions of stutterers' laryngeal behavior during instances of stuttering within conversational speech. Subjects were 11 adult stutterers who produced stutterings (sound prolongations and sound/syllable repetitions) while their laryngeal behaviors were observed by means of a flexible fiber-optic nasolaryngoscope (fiberscope). Laryngeal behaviors during 86 of the 11 stutterers' stutterings were categorized as adducted, intermediate… CONTINUE READING