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StutteringHow It Is Learned
StutteringWhy It Is Learned
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able accomplished achieved actions actual aloud analyze anxiety appropriate automatic basic become block blockage breath cause cerning child child's speech clinical concerned confusion degree direct eliminated example exist factors fear feel fluency fluent speech frustrations further goal habit pattern handedness happens hypnosis hypnotist imagined interference involved Johnny language learning to stutter listener mental modification movements necessary neurological neuromuscular nonfluent speech normal speaker normal speech patterns normal speech production occur overall parents performance person who stutters phrase physical plank possible practice probably problem produced proper psychological react reactions reinforced relaxed repetitions result sequence signals situation skills sound speaking speech attempts speech disruption speech interfering speech mechanism speech nonfluency speech process stop stuttering struggle stut stutterer's stuttering behavior stuttering habit stuttering pattern talk technique tension terer tering therapist therapy program things thinking thoughts tion understand unlearning stuttering vicious cycle voice word