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Speech-Language Pathology: Stuttering

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Speech-Language Pathology: Stuttering

Publisher: Wikibooks
Number of pages: 161

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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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