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Sensitivity of methods for analyzing continuous outcome from stratified cluster randomized trials – An empirical comparison study

The assessment of the sensitivity of statistical methods has received little attention in cluster randomized trials (CRTs), especially for stratified CRT when the outcome of interest is continuous. We empirically examined the sensitivity of five methods for analyzing the continuous … Continue reading

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Developing targeted training strategies for exposure therapy

Anxiety disorders are among the most common early mental health problems. If left untreated, anxiety disorders in childhood tend to follow an unremitting pattern that can lead to a number of developmental consequences. There are several treatment options for children … Continue reading

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Adults who stutter and metronome synchronization: evidence for a nonspeech timing deficit

Speech timing deficits have been proposed as a causal factor in the disorder of stuttering. The question of whether individuals who stutter have deficits in nonspeech timing is one that has been revisited often, with conflicting results. Here, we uncover … Continue reading

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Newly Recognized Stuttering in Three Young Children Following the Hojedk Earthquake in Iran

Natural disasters, particularly earthquakes, in addition to physical complications, have always had psychological consequences for those affected by them. Stuttering is one of the psychological consequences of shocking events. After a 6.6 magnitude earthquake in Hojedk, Kerman, Iran, two 5-year-old … Continue reading

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Implementation factors are neglected in research investigating telehealth delivery of allied health services to rural children: A scoping review

Rural children are likely to benefit from the telehealth delivery of multidisciplinary allied healthcare. This study aimed to (a) identify the scope of literature describing the telehealth delivery of allied health services to children living in rural areas and (b) … Continue reading

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7 Ways to Help Children Who Stutter Overcome Bullying

Children who stutter experience bullying more often than other children. This presents a significant challenge for children, parents, and speech-language pathologists. Because of their speaking difficulties, children who stutter may also struggle to cope with bullying. To overcome this problem, … Continue reading

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Relative Contribution of the Stuttering Impact Scores of the OASES

Stuttering is a communication disorder that includes a range of observable and unobservable behaviors. Beyond its ability to impede the effectiveness and efficiency of speech, the condition of stuttering is also associated with a number of factors that can potentially … Continue reading

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