Aimed at both students and clinicians, this volume begins with an overview of the history of research and treatment of stuttering. Communication scientists Kalinowski (East Carolina U.) and Saltuklaroglu (U. of Tennessee) then introduce an alternative model of the nature and treatment of this condition that is based on 12 years of research. They co
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Stuttering and the Person Who Stutters
Contemporary Methods of Treating Stuttering
Stuttering Inhibition via Mirror Neurons
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