Phonological encoding in adults who clutter and adults who stutter

@inproceedings{BrethertonFurness2016PhonologicalEI,
  title={Phonological encoding in adults who clutter and adults who stutter},
  author={Jess Bretherton-Furness},
  year={2016}
}
Background: Stuttering and cluttering are related but contrasting disorders of fluency. Whilst stuttering has received a great deal of attention in the research literature over the last 100 years, cluttering has remained relatively neglected. There is ongoing debate regarding whether there is a language/phonological component to cluttering or whether it is solely a motoric and/or rate-based disorder. The following thesis aims to investigate the phonological encoding skills of both adults who… CONTINUE READING

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