Stuttering, language, and cognition: a review and a model of stuttering as suprasegmental sentence plan alignment (SPA).

@article{Karniol1995StutteringLA,
  title={Stuttering, language, and cognition: a review and a model of stuttering as suprasegmental sentence plan alignment (SPA).},
  author={Rachel Karniol},
  journal={Psychological bulletin},
  year={1995},
  volume={117 1},
  pages={104-24}
}
Extant models of stuttering do not account for the emergence of stuttering at the onset of productive language use; the greater incidence of stuttering during spontaneous speech, on complex sentences, and at sentence-initial positions; the greater incidence of stuttering in bilinguals' 2nd language; the apparent deficiency of stutterers in expressive and receptive language skills; the prevalence of spontaneous recovery from stuttering; and the lack of chronic physiological or articulatory… CONTINUE READING

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