Management of childhood stuttering

@article{Onslow2013ManagementOC,
  title={Management of childhood stuttering},
  author={M. Onslow and S. O'brian},
  journal={Journal of Paediatrics and Child Health},
  year={2013},
  volume={49}
}
Stuttering is a speech disorder that begins during the first years of life and is among the most prevalent of developmental disorders. It appears to be a problem with neural processing of speech involving genetics. Onset typically occurs during the first years of life, shortly after language development begins. Clinical presentation during childhood is interrupted and effortful speech production, often with rapid onset. If not corrected during early childhood, it becomes intractable and can… Expand
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