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Whose Fault Is It?
False Optimism
False Pessimism
Overview of Factors that Contribute to Stuttering
Developmental Disorder
Auditory Processing Underactivity
Speech Motor Control Overactivity
Response Selection to Stress
Genes and Neurotransmitter
Psychological Effects
Multifactoral Treatment
Additional Factors
What Is Stuttering?
Core Behaviors
Secondary Behaviors
Incidence and Prevalence
Self-Awareness of Stuttering Behaviors
Development of Stuttering
Pre-School Stuttering
Direct and Indirect Therapy with Preschoolers
School-Age and Teenage Stuttering
School-Age Stuttering
Advice for Parents, by Magdalene Lima, SLP
Fostering Teenagers' Passion for Fluency
Auditory Processing
Central Auditory Processing Disorder
Altered Auditory Feedback
Delayed Auditory Feedback
Frequency-Shifted Auditory Feedback
Sound Quality, Background Noise
Sound Quality
Background Noise
Finding Help Paying for an Anti-Stuttering Device
External Links
Speech Motor Learning and Control
Open- and Closed-Loop Speech Motor Control
Slow Speech
Performing and Refining Fluent Speech
Feedback and Biofeedback
Automatic, Effortless Fluency
Reinforcing On-Target Speech
Zen in the Art of Stuttering
Stuttering Reduces Stress
Good Stress, Bad Stress
Speech-Related Fears and Anxieties
The Predator Approach
Make a Stress Hierarchy
Further Reducing Fears and Anxieties
Stress Is the Absence of Choices
Use a Partner to Center Your Emotions
Reduce Your Child's Stress
Reduce Your Listener's Stress
Alternative Ways to Reduce Stress
Look for Stuttering-Reducers
Increasing or Decreasing Stress in Therapy
Personal Construct Therapy: You Always Have Choices
Genes and Neurotransmitters
Dopamine Antagonist Medications
Psychological Issues
Freedom to Speak?Badly
Inward Anger vs. Outward Anger
Denial Is a Bigger Problem Than What You're Denying
You're Not Alone: Join a Support Group
Famous People Who Stutter
The Americans With Disabilities Act
Vocational Rehabilitation
High School Science Projects
Audience Reaction Video
States That Provide Anti-Stuttering Telephone Devices
North Carolina
Other Fluency Disorders
See also:
Head injuries and strokes
Psychogenic stuttering
Satisfaction with "Smooth Speech" Fluency Shaping
ISTAR Comprehensive Stuttering Program
Attrition in a Long-Term Study
SLPs vs. Parents vs. Computers
Computer System for Reducing Short Phonation Intervals
Two Long-Term Studies of Anti-Stuttering Devices
Stuttering Modification Therapy
Long-Term Studies of Stuttering Therapy
Recommended Books
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Stuttering Therapy

Stuttering Therapy

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