Stuttering out of bilingualism

@article{Karniol1992StutteringOO,
  title={Stuttering out of bilingualism},
  author={Rachel Karniol},
  journal={First Language},
  year={1992},
  volume={12},
  pages={255 - 283}
}
  • R. Karniol
  • Published 1 October 1992
  • Linguistics
  • First Language
This paper documents the development of a bilingual child both before and after he started stuttering severely in both languages at 25 months, at the point of transition to grammatical sentence construction. The child's bilingual language awareness and the characteristics of L1 and L2 prior to and at the time of onset of stuttering are discussed. After stuttering became severe, the parents allowed the child to drop the non-dominant language and the child became a non-stuttering monolingual… 

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