Phonological encoding of young children who stutter.

  title={Phonological encoding of young children who stutter.},
  author={Kristin M Pelczarski and Jonathan Scott Yaruss},
  journal={Journal of fluency disorders},
PURPOSE Several empirical studies suggest that children who stutter, when compared to typically fluent peers, demonstrate relatively subtle, yet robust differences in phonological encoding. Phonological encoding can be measured through the use of tasks that reflect the underlying mechanisms of phonological processing, such as phonological awareness. This study investigated the phonological encoding abilities of five- and six-year old children who stutter. METHODS Young children who stutter… CONTINUE READING
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