Stutter no more
By pinpointing the actual physical mechanism that causes stuttering, Dr. Schwartz offers a breakthrough technique that has had a 93.4-percent success rate with stutterers of all ages. The "Passive Airflow Technique" can be learned in 15 minutes and, with a series of simple exercises, will become habitual in less than three months.
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A Note to the Reader
The Discovery of the Physical Cause
The Hunt for the Stutter Reflex
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