Stuttering and other fluency disorders
Taking a realistic and clinical approach, the author provides an up-to-date, comprehensive review of the literature on all fluency disorders, not just stuttering. He clearly presents a base of knowledge regarding the symptomology, phenomenology, epidemiology, and development of the disorders, while acquainting readers with a wide variety of viewpoints on their etiology and management.
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The Symptomatology and Phenomenology
The Expectancy Anticipated Phenomenon
The Person Who Stutters
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