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REDUCTION IN STUTTERING BY DELAYED AND FREQUENCY SHIFTED AUDITORY FEEDBACK : EFFECTS OF ADAPTATION AND SEX DIFFERENCES

@inproceedings{Yaruss2002REDUCTIONIS,
  title={REDUCTION IN STUTTERING BY DELAYED AND FREQUENCY SHIFTED AUDITORY FEEDBACK : EFFECTS OF ADAPTATION AND SEX DIFFERENCES},
  author={J. Scott Yaruss and H F Peters and Juliane Grosser and Ulrich Natke and S. Langefeld and Karl Theodor Kalveram},
  year={2002}
}
Eleven women and eleven men who stutter had to read five text passages, each with non altered, delayed (53 msec) and frequency shifted (-1⁄2 octave) auditory feedback, provided by headphones. Stuttering was measured as Percentage of Discontinuous Speech Time, by which durations of all stuttering moments are determined and related to the entire duration of the speech sample. For both sexes stuttering was reduced by delayed and also by frequency shifted auditory feedback. No substantial increases… 

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