Therapy for stutterers, Volume 10
We know the problem that you have in working with adult stutterers, and this book is an attempt to help you. For each of the areas mentioned above -- evaluation motivation, modification, attitudes, transfer, and the clinician himself, we have supplied a separate chapter, written by a speech pathologist who has encountered these problems many times.
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Modification of Behavior
Transfer and Maintenance
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