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Some aspects of a preliminary model of speech production
Some speech variables involved in an evaluation of fluency
theories as to its nature and cause
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abnormal adult stutterers anxiety aphasia aphasic articulation articulatory aspects assessment attitudes auditory behaviour Bloodstein chapter characteristics child City Literary Institute closure coarticulation communication consonants difficulty discussed disorders of fluency disruption duration dysarthrias dysphasia dyspraxia effects evaluation example experience factors feedback fibres fluent Fransella frequently function glottis Goldman-Eisler intonation involved language laryngeal lexical linguistic listener manifestations monitoring motor commands motor regulator muscle spindles neural neurolinguistic program non-stutterers normal nonfluency normal speakers normal speech occur onset parents Parkinson's disease pathological patients pauses phonetic phrases place of articulation problem produce prolongations proprioceptive reactions repetitions result Riper sensory situation sounds speaking speech disorder speech production speech therapy stage stop consonants stress stutterer's suggested syllable-timed syllables symptoms syntactic target movements temporal tension therapists therapy tion tone-group tongue transition smoothness treatment True False types of disfluency utterance Van Riper variables vocal vowels Weiss words