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Stuttering is an involuntary fluency disorder that is not uncommon in society. However, the impact of stuttering on a… Expand UNLABELLED
This paper describes a new instrument for evaluating the experience of the stuttering disorder from the perspective of… Expand DNA degradation, low DNA concentrations and primer-site mutations may result in the incorrect assignment of microsatellite… Expand BACKGROUND
The neuronal basis of persistent developmental stuttering is unknown. The disorder could be related to a reduced left… Expand The divergent developmental course of stuttering with its two major paths, persistency and spontaneous (unaided) recovery, has… Expand THE cause of stuttering is unknown1. Failure to develop left-hemispheric dominance for speech is a long-standing theory1 although… Expand The research literature on stuttering is extensive, spanning etiology, natural history, phenomenology, and treatment. In this… Expand A new instrument for measuring stuttering severity has been standardized on 109 children and 28 adults. The instrument attempted… Expand Symptomatology -- Theories of stuttering -- Prevalence and incidence -- The person who stutters: central neurological findings… Expand This article describes a procedure for the study of destructive obedience in the laboratory. It consists of ordering a naive S to… Expand