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G Neiders Dissertation 23009-2

G Neiders Dissertation 23009-2

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Theoretical Development Of A Proposed Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy Based Model To Treat Persons With Chronic Perseverative Stuttering Syndrome
Theoretical Development Of A Proposed Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy Based Model To Treat Persons With Chronic Perseverative Stuttering Syndrome

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Birthing is fraught with many possible adverse effects, one of which is voluntary

or involuntary prematurity, either due to the doctor’s choice to induce labor or the

mother’s inability to carry the child to full term. Deprivation of oxygen during the

birthing process, especially when the umbilical cord is entangled around a baby’s neck, is

a very real possibility and may have an effect on, or delay, speech development, as well

as reducing the ability of the child to cope effectively with the resulting problems.

CPSS Producing or Aggravating Factors

As mentioned above, the deprivation of oxygen endangers or delays speech

development; and it endangers the self-regulating of beliefs and emotions when faced

with a difficult task. To the best of the dissertator’s knowledge, no studies have been

made on the effect of prematurity--either voluntary or as a physical necessity—on the

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likelihood of developing stuttering problems, but the dissertator allows for this

possibility.

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