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Electrophysiological evidence for a general auditory prediction deficit in adults who stutter

The authors previously found that stuttering individuals do not show the typical auditory modulation observed during speech planning in nonstuttering individuals. In this follow-up study, they further elucidate this difference by investigating whether stuttering speakers’ atypical auditory modulation is observed … Continue reading

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According to the Washington Post, here’s why you hate the sound of your own voice

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Behavioral and multimodal neuroimaging evidence for a deficit in brain timing networks in stuttering – a hypothesis and theory

The authors provide a theoretical framework for viewing stuttering as a disorder of timing. Evidence is reviewed from neuroimaging and brain stimulation experiments that show a great degree of overlap between the structures engaged in the internal timing of movements … Continue reading

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