Stuttering includes both within-word and between-word disfluencies.

  title={Stuttering includes both within-word and between-word disfluencies.},
  author={Andrew Cordes and R. J. Ingham},
  journal={Journal of speech and hearing research},
  volume={38 2},
A growing practice divides stuttered disfluencies from normal disfluencies by defining the former as "within-word" and the latter as "between-word." After reviewing the available logical and empirical evidence, this note concludes that the unstated implications of a strong form of this definition (that no between-word disfluencies are stuttering and that all within-word disfluencies are stuttering) cannot currently be supported. A weaker form of this definition might prove useful for the… CONTINUE READING