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Lexical category influences in Persian children who stutter

This article explores the effect that words from different lexical categories have on disfluency in Persian children who stutter. The authors reported content and content–function words were significantly more likely to show stuttering-like dysfluencies than function words. Vahab, Maryam, Zandlyan, … Continue reading

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Preliminary study of disfluency in school-aged children with autism

Findings offer evidence that when working with children with Asperger’s Syndrome (AS), disfluencies both similar and dissimilar to those of children who stutter may be identified in at least a subset of those with AS. Children with AS should be … Continue reading

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Preliminary study of disfluency in school-aged children with autism

Findings offer evidence that when working with children with Asperger’s Syndrome (AS), disfluencies both similar and dissimilar to those of children who stutter may be identified in at least a subset of those with AS. Children with AS should be … Continue reading

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