Speech-Language Pathology: Stuttering
Publisher: Wikibooks 2006
Number of pages: 161
Stuttering, or stammering, is a developmental disorder with several possible causes, and a range of treatments. The Stuttering book is part of a series on Speech-Language Pathology. This book covers scientific research (stuttering phenomena, behaviors, and etiology) and stuttering treatments.
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by Thomas David Kehoe - University College Press
Different speech clinics, books, and websites provide conflicting information about stuttering treatments. The purpose of this book is to unconfuse consumers, enabling stutterers and parents of stutterers to make better decisions regarding treatment.
by Sara Rosenbaum, Patti Simon (eds) - National Academies Press
This study identifies past and current trends in the prevalence and persistence of speech disorders and language disorders for the general U.S. population under age 18 and compares those trends to trends in the SSI childhood disability population.
by Taeko N. Wydell, Liory Fern-Pollak - InTech
The book provides a comprehensive overview of Developmental Dyslexia, its clinical presentation, pathophysiology and epidemiology. It covers all aspects of the field from underlying aetiology to currently available, routinely used diagnostic tests.
by Stephen B. Hood - The Stuttering Foundation of America
This is a remarkable book of therapy advice. Every article has been written by men and women who stutter themselves. Each of them knows what it is to have experienced the fear, anxiety, and despair which is so often the lot of those who stutter.