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STAN: A stuttering therapy analysis helper

@article{Bayerl2021STANAS,
  title={STAN: A stuttering therapy analysis helper},
  author={Sebastian P. Bayerl and Marc Wenninger and Jochen Schmidt and A. W. V. Gudenberg and K. Riedhammer},
  journal={ArXiv},
  year={2021},
  volume={abs/2106.09545}
}
Stuttering is a complex speech disorder identified by repetitions, prolongations of sounds, syllables or words and blocks while speaking. Specific stuttering behaviour differs strongly, thus needing personalized therapy. Therapy sessions require a high level of concentration by the therapist. We introduce STAN, a system to aid speech therapists in stuttering therapy sessions. Such an automated feedback system can lower the cognitive load on the therapist and thereby enable a more consistent… Expand

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