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Factors involved in the identification of stuttering severity in a foreign language

The authors investigated the possible role and interplay of factors involved in the identification of stuttering severity in a foreign language. Nineteen speech-language pathologists from five different countries (i.e. Iceland, Sweden, Norway, Finland, and Belgium) rated stuttering severity of speech … Continue reading

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Procedures used for assessment of stuttering frequency and stuttering duration

The authors reported a procedure that allowed listeners to replay a speech sample and count the syllables, stuttered syllables and durations in three passes yielded more accurate syllable and stuttered syllable counts than procedures that required these judgments to be … Continue reading

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The role of psychological processes in estimates of stuttering severity

The authors reported that this study revealed that anxiety may not always be related to overt indicators of stuttering. The authors concluded that traditional procedures for assigning severity ratings to individuals, who stutter based on percent syllables stuttered and the … Continue reading

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