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    1. Trautman, LS; Healey, EC; Norris, JA
      The effects of contextualization on fluency in three groups of children

      JOURNAL OF SPEECH LANGUAGE AND HEARING RESEARCH
    2. Ezrati-Vinacour, R; Levin, I
      Time estimation by adults who stutter

      JOURNAL OF SPEECH LANGUAGE AND HEARING RESEARCH
    3. Snyder, GJ
      Exploratory research in the measurement and modification of attitudes toward stuttering

      JOURNAL OF FLUENCY DISORDERS
    4. Wieneke, GH; Eijken, E; Janssen, P; Brutten, GJ
      Durational variability in the fluent speech of stutterers and nonstutterers

      JOURNAL OF FLUENCY DISORDERS
    5. Klassen, TR
      Perceptions of people who stutter: Re-assessing the negative stereotype

      PERCEPTUAL AND MOTOR SKILLS
    6. 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
    7. 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
    8. Khedr, E; El-Nasser, WA; Haleem, EKA; Bakr, MS; Trakhan, MN
      Evoked potentials and electroencephalography in stuttering

      FOLIA PHONIATRICA ET LOGOPAEDICA
    9. Peters, HFM; Hulstijn, W; Van Lieshout, PHHM
      Recent developments in speech motor research into stuttering

      FOLIA PHONIATRICA ET LOGOPAEDICA
    10. Packman, A; Onslow, M; Menzies, R
      Novel speech patterns and the treatment of stuttering

      DISABILITY AND REHABILITATION
    11. Hall, NE; Burgess, SD
      Exploring developmental changes in fluency as related to language acquisition: A case study

      JOURNAL OF FLUENCY DISORDERS
    12. Hall, KD; Amir, O; Yairi, E
      A longitudinal investigation of speaking rate in preschool children who stutter

      JOURNAL OF SPEECH LANGUAGE AND HEARING RESEARCH
    13. Ambrose, NG; Yairi, E
      Normative disfluency data for early childhood stuttering

      JOURNAL OF SPEECH LANGUAGE AND HEARING RESEARCH
    14. Yaruss, JS; Newman, RM; Flora, T
      Language and disfluency in nonstuttering children's conversational speech

      JOURNAL OF FLUENCY DISORDERS
    15. Archibald, L; De Nil, LF
      The relationship between stuttering severity and kinesthetic acuity for jaw movements in adults who stutter

      JOURNAL OF FLUENCY DISORDERS
    16. Fozo, MS; Watson, BC
      Task complexity effect on vocal reaction time in aged speakers

      JOURNAL OF VOICE
    17. WEISEL A; SPEKTOR G
      ATTITUDES TOWARD OWN COMMUNICATION AND TOWARD STUTTERERS

      Journal of fluency disorders
    18. SCHIAVETTI N; WHITEHEAD RL; WHITEHEAD B; METZ DE
      EFFECT OF FINGERSPELLING TASK ON TEMPORAL CHARACTERISTICS AND PERCEIVED NATURALNESS OF SPEECH IN SIMULTANEOUS COMMUNICATION

      Journal of speech language and hearing research
    19. YARUSS JS
      UTTERANCE TIMING AND CHILDHOOD STUTTERING

      Journal of fluency disorders
    20. MACKEY LS; FINN P; INGHAM RJ
      EFFECT OF SPEECH DIALECT ON SPEECH NATURALNESS RATINGS - A SYSTEMATICREPLICATION OF MARTIN, HAROLDSON, AND TRIDEN (1984)

      Journal of speech language and hearing research
    21. 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
    22. BLOOD IM; WERTZ H; BLOOD GW; BENNETT S; SIMPSON KC
      THE EFFECTS OF LIFE STRESSORS AND DAILY STRESSORS ON STUTTERING

      Journal of speech language and hearing research
    23. WENKER RB; WEGENER JG; HART KJ
      THE IMPACT OF PRESENTATION MODE AND DISFLUENCY ON JUDGMENTS ABOUT SPEAKERS

      Journal of fluency disorders
    24. HALL NE
      LANGUAGE AND FLUENCY IN CHILD LANGUAGE DISORDERS - CHANGES OVER TIME

      Journal of fluency disorders
    25. STUART A; KALINOWSKI J
      FLUENT SPEECH, FAST ARTICULATORY RATE, AND DELAYED AUDITORY-FEEDBACK - CREATING A CRISIS FOR A SCIENTIFIC REVOLUTION

      Perceptual and motor skills
    26. CONTURE EG
      TREATMENT EFFICACY - STUTTERING

      Journal of speech and hearing research
    27. BOSSHARDT HG; FRANSEN H
      ONLINE SENTENCE PROCESSING IN ADULTS WHO STUTTER AND ADULTS WHO DO NOT STUTTER

      Journal of speech and hearing research
    28. VANLIESHOUT PHHM; HULSTIJN W; PETERS HFM
      SPEECH PRODUCTION IN PEOPLE WHO STUTTER - TESTING THE MOTOR PLAN ASSEMBLY HYPOTHESIS

      Journal of speech and hearing research
    29. STEIN MB; BAIRD A; WALKER JR
      SOCIAL PHOBIA IN ADULTS WITH STUTTERING

      The American journal of psychiatry
    30. RATNER NB
      TREATING THE CHILD WHO STUTTERS WITH CONCOMITANT LANGUAGE OR PHONOLOGICAL IMPAIRMENT

      Language, speech & hearing services in schools
    31. STARKWEATHER CW
      A SIMPLE THEORY OF STUTTERING

      Journal of fluency disorders
    32. KLOTH SAM; JANSSEN P; KRAAIMAAT FW; BRUTTEN GJ
      SPEECH-MOTOR AND LINGUISTIC SKILLS OF YOUNG STUTTERERS PRIOR TO ONSET

      Journal of fluency disorders
    33. LOGAN KJ; CONTURE EG
      LENGTH, GRAMMATICAL COMPLEXITY, AND RATE DIFFERENCES IN STUTTERED ANDFLUENT CONVERSATIONAL UTTERANCES OF CHILDREN WHO STUTTER

      Journal of fluency disorders
    34. TREON M
      A BIPOLAR ETIOLOGIC STUTTERING THRESHOLD HYPOTHESIS AND RELATED PROPOSED TREATMENT APPROACH

      Psychology
    35. KELLY EM; SMITH A; GOFFMAN L
      OROFACIAL MUSCLE-ACTIVITY OF CHILDREN WHO STUTTER - A PRELIMINARY-STUDY

      Journal of speech and hearing research
    36. STAGER SV; LUDLOW CL; GORDON CT; COTELINGAM M; RAPOPORT JL
      FLUENCY CHANGES IN PERSONS WHO STUTTER FOLLOWING A DOUBLE-BLIND TRIALOF CLOMIPRAMINE AND DESIPRAMINE

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

      Journal of communication disorders
    38. PRING TR; HUNTER L
      SPEAKERS AND LISTENERS - SOME PROBLEMS OF GENERALIZING FROM A COMMON SPEECH PATHOLOGY RESEARCH DESIGN

      European journal of disorders of communication
    39. GRANDORI F; PINELLI P; RAVAZZANI P; CERIANI F; MISCIO G; PISANO F; COLOMBO R; INSALACO S; TOGNOLA G
      MULTIPARAMETRIC ANALYSIS OF SPEECH PRODUCTION MECHANISMS

      IEEE engineering in medicine and biology magazine
    40. LEWIS KE
      REPORTING OBSERVER AGREEMENT ON STUTTERING EVENT JUDGMENTS - A SURVEYAND EVALUATION OF CURRENT PRACTICE

      Journal of fluency disorders
    41. GEORGE MS; LYDIARD RB
      SOCIAL PHOBIA SECONDARY TO PHYSICAL-DISABILITY - A REVIEW OF BENIGN ESSENTIAL TREMOR (BET) AND STUTTERING

      Psychosomatics
    42. GEORGE MS; LYDIARD RB
      SOCIAL PHOBIA SECONDARY TO PHYSICAL-DISABILITY - A REVIEW OF BENIGN ESSENTIAL TREMOR (BET) AND STUTTERING

      Psychosomatics
    43. THRONEBURG RN; YAIRI E
      TEMPORAL DYNAMICS OF REPETITIONS DURING THE EARLY-STAGE OF CHILDHOOD STUTTERING - AN ACOUSTIC STUDY

      Journal of speech and hearing research
    44. PACKMAN A; ONSLOW M; VANDOORN J
      PROLONGED SPEECH AND MODIFICATION OF STUTTERING - PERCEPTUAL, ACOUSTIC, AND ELECTROGLOTTOGRAPHIC DATA

      Journal of speech and hearing research
    45. CARUSO AJ; CHODZKOZAJKO WJ; BIDINGER DA; SOMMERS RK
      ADULTS WHO STUTTER - RESPONSES TO COGNITIVE STRESS

      Journal of speech and hearing research
    46. BLOOD GW; BLOOD IM; BENNETT S; SIMPSON KC; SUSMAN EJ
      SUBJECTIVE ANXIETY MEASUREMENTS AND CORTISOL RESPONSES IN ADULTS WHO STUTTER

      Journal of speech and hearing research
    47. WATSON BC; MILLER S
      ANXIETY LEVELS IN PERSONS WHO STUTTER - COMMENTS ON THE RESEARCH OF MILLER AND WATSON (1992) - RESPONSE

      Journal of speech and hearing research
    48. POSTMA A; KOLK H
      THE COVERT REPAIR HYPOTHESIS - PREARTICULATORY REPAIR PROCESSES IN NORMAL AND STUTTERED DISFLUENCIES

      Journal of speech and hearing research


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