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    1. Oomen, CCE; Postma, A
      Effects of divided attention on the production of filled pauses and repetitions

      JOURNAL OF SPEECH LANGUAGE AND HEARING RESEARCH
    2. Yairi, E; Watkins, R; Ambrose, N; Paden, E
      What is stuttering?

      JOURNAL OF SPEECH LANGUAGE AND HEARING RESEARCH
    3. Ambrose, NG; Yairi, E
      Perspectives on stuttering: Response to Onslow & Packman (2001)

      JOURNAL OF SPEECH LANGUAGE AND HEARING RESEARCH
    4. Brennan, SE; Schober, MF
      How listeners compensate for disfluencies in spontaneous speech

      JOURNAL OF MEMORY AND LANGUAGE
    5. Ryan, BP
      A longitudinal study of articulation, language, rate, and fluency of 22 preschool children who stutter

      JOURNAL OF FLUENCY DISORDERS
    6. Oomen, CCE; Postma, A
      Effects of time pressure on mechanisms of speech production and self-monitoring

      JOURNAL OF PSYCHOLINGUISTIC RESEARCH
    7. Kleinow, J; Smith, A
      Influences of length and syntactic complexity on the speech motor stability of the fluent speech of adults who stutter

      JOURNAL OF SPEECH LANGUAGE AND HEARING RESEARCH
    8. Maner, KJ; Smith, A; Grayson, L
      Influences of utterance length and complexity on speech motor performance in children and adults

      JOURNAL OF SPEECH LANGUAGE AND HEARING RESEARCH
    9. Peters, HFM; Hulstijn, W; Van Lieshout, PHHM
      Recent developments in speech motor research into stuttering

      FOLIA PHONIATRICA ET LOGOPAEDICA
    10. Ryan, BP
      Speaking rate, conversational speech acts, interruption, and linguistic complexity of 20 pre-school stuttering and non-stuttering children and their mothers

      CLINICAL LINGUISTICS & PHONETICS
    11. Hall, NE; Burgess, SD
      Exploring developmental changes in fluency as related to language acquisition: A case study

      JOURNAL OF FLUENCY DISORDERS
    12. Melnick, KS; Conture, KG
      Relationship of length and grammatical complexity to the systematic and nonsystematic speech errors and stuttering of children who stutter

      JOURNAL OF FLUENCY DISORDERS
    13. Watkins, RV; Yairi, E; Ambrose, NG
      Early childhood stuttering III. Initial status of expressive language abilities

      JOURNAL OF SPEECH LANGUAGE AND HEARING RESEARCH
    14. Cordes, AK; Ingham, RJ
      Effects of time-interval judgment training on real-time measurement of stuttering

      JOURNAL OF SPEECH LANGUAGE AND HEARING RESEARCH
    15. Lees, R; Anderson, H; Martin, P
      The influence of language disorder on fluency: A pilot study

      JOURNAL OF FLUENCY DISORDERS
    16. Kormos, J
      Monitoring and self-repair in L2

      LANGUAGE LEARNING
    17. Howell, P; Au-Yeung, J; Pilgrim, L
      Utterance rate and linguistic properties as determinants of lexical dysfluencies in children who stutter

      JOURNAL OF THE ACOUSTICAL SOCIETY OF AMERICA
    18. INGHAM RJ; CORDES AK
      TREATMENT DECISIONS FOR YOUNG-CHILDREN WHO STUTTER - FURTHER CONCERNSAND COMPLEXITIES

      American journal of speech-language pathology
    19. YARUSS JS
      REAL-TIME ANALYSIS OF SPEECH FLUENCY - PROCEDURES AND RELIABILITY TRAINING

      American journal of speech-language pathology
    20. AUYEUNG J; HOWELL P
      LEXICAL AND SYNTACTIC CONTEXT AND STUTTERING

      Clinical linguistics & phonetics
    21. HOWELL P; AUYEUNG J; SACKIN S; GLENN K; RUSTIN L
      DETECTION OF SUPRALEXICAL DYSFLUENCIES IN A TEXT READ BY CHILDREN WHOSTUTTER

      Journal of fluency disorders
    22. YARUSS JS
      CLINICAL IMPLICATIONS OF SITUATIONAL VARIABILITY IN PRESCHOOL-CHILDREN WHO STUTTER

      Journal of fluency disorders
    23. HOWELL P; SACKIN S; GLENN K
      DEVELOPMENT OF A 2-STAGE PROCEDURE FOR THE AUTOMATIC RECOGNITION OF DYSFLUENCIES IN THE SPEECH OF CHILDREN WHO STUTTER .1. PSYCHOMETRIC PROCEDURES APPROPRIATE FOR SELECTION OF TRAINING MATERIAL FOR LEXICAL DYSFLUENCY CLASSIFIERS

      Journal of speech language and hearing research
    24. SILVERMAN SW; RATNER NB
      SYNTACTIC COMPLEXITY, FLUENCY, AND ACCURACY OF SENTENCE IMITATION IN ADOLESCENTS

      Journal of speech language and hearing research
    25. LOGAN KJ; CONTURE EG
      SELECTED TEMPORAL, GRAMMATICAL, AND PHONOLOGICAL CHARACTERISTICS OF CONVERSATIONAL UTTERANCES PRODUCED BY CHILDREN WHO STUTTER

      Journal of speech language and hearing research
    26. POSTMA A; NOORDANUS C
      PRODUCTION AND DETECTION OF SPEECH ERRORS IN SILENT, MOUTHED, NOISE-MASKED, AND NORMAL AUDITORY-FEEDBACK SPEECH

      Language and Speech
    27. CHRISTENFELD N
      EFFECTS OF A METRONOME ON THE FILLED PAUSES OF FLUENT SPEAKERS

      Journal of speech and hearing research
    28. YARUSS JS; CONTURE EG
      STUTTERING AND PHONOLOGICAL DISORDERS IN CHILDREN - EXAMINATION OF THE COVERT REPAIR HYPOTHESIS

      Journal of speech and hearing research
    29. JANKELOWITZ DL; BORTZ MA
      THE INTERACTION OF BILINGUALISM AND STUTTERING IN AN ADULT

      Journal of communication disorders
    30. ZEBROWSKI PM
      TEMPORAL ASPECTS OF THE CONVERSATIONS BETWEEN CHILDREN WHO STUTTER AND THEIR PARENTS

      Topics in language disorders
    31. LOGAN KJ; CONTURE EG
      LENGTH, GRAMMATICAL COMPLEXITY, AND RATE DIFFERENCES IN STUTTERED ANDFLUENT CONVERSATIONAL UTTERANCES OF CHILDREN WHO STUTTER

      Journal of fluency disorders
    32. LASALLE LR; CONTURE EG
      DISFLUENCY CLUSTERS OF CHILDREN WHO STUTTER - RELATION OF STUTTERINGSTO SELF-REPAIRS

      Journal of speech and hearing research
    33. NIPPOLD MA; RUDZINSKI M
      PARENTS SPEECH AND CHILDRENS STUTTERING - A CRITIQUE OF THE LITERATURE

      Journal of speech and hearing research
    34. KELLY EM; SMITH A; GOFFMAN L
      OROFACIAL MUSCLE-ACTIVITY OF CHILDREN WHO STUTTER - A PRELIMINARY-STUDY

      Journal of speech and hearing research
    35. CORDES AK; INGHAM RJ
      STUTTERING INCLUDES BOTH WITHIN-WORD AND BETWEEN-WORD DISFLUENCIES

      Journal of speech and hearing research
    36. ZEBROWSKI PM
      THE TOPOGRAPHY OF BEGINNING STUTTERING

      Journal of communication disorders
    37. CLARK HH
      MANAGING PROBLEMS IN SPEAKING

      Speech communication
    38. LEWIS KE
      REPORTING OBSERVER AGREEMENT ON STUTTERING EVENT JUDGMENTS - A SURVEYAND EVALUATION OF CURRENT PRACTICE

      Journal of fluency disorders
    39. WEISS AL; ZEBROWSKI PM
      THE NARRATIVE PRODUCTIONS OF CHILDREN WHO STUTTER - A PRELIMINARY VIEW

      Journal of fluency disorders
    40. YAIRI E
      ACCURACY IN REPORTING

      Journal of fluency disorders
    41. WATSON BC; FREEMAN FJ; DEVOUS MD; CHAPMAN SB; FINITZO T; POOL KD
      LINGUISTIC PERFORMANCE AND REGIONAL CEREBRAL BLOOD-FLOW IN PERSONS WHO STUTTER

      Journal of speech and hearing research
    42. THRONEBURG RN; YAIRI E
      TEMPORAL DYNAMICS OF REPETITIONS DURING THE EARLY-STAGE OF CHILDHOOD STUTTERING - AN ACOUSTIC STUDY

      Journal of speech and hearing research
    43. ZEBROWSKI PM
      DURATION OF SOUND PROLONGATION AND SOUND SYLLABLE REPETITION IN CHILDREN WHO STUTTER - PRELIMINARY-OBSERVATIONS

      Journal of speech and hearing research
    44. NASS R; SCHRETER B; HEIER L
      ACQUIRED STUTTERING AFTER A 2ND STROKE IN A 2-YEAR-OLD

      Developmental Medicine and Child Neurology
    45. GREGORY HH
      A CLINICIAN PERSPECTIVE - COMMENTS ON IDENTIFICATION OF STUTTERING, PREVENTION, AND EARLY INTERVENTION

      Journal of fluency disorders
    46. YAIRI E
      EPIDEMIOLOGIC AND OTHER CONSIDERATIONS IN TREATMENT EFFICACY RESEARCHWITH PRESCHOOL AGE CHILDREN WHO STUTTER

      Journal of fluency disorders
    47. POSTMA A; KOLK H
      THE COVERT REPAIR HYPOTHESIS - PREARTICULATORY REPAIR PROCESSES IN NORMAL AND STUTTERED DISFLUENCIES

      Journal of speech and hearing research
    48. YAIRI E; AMBROSE NG; NIERMANN R
      THE EARLY MONTHS OF STUTTERING - A DEVELOPMENTAL-STUDY

      Journal of speech and hearing research


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