Stuttering and Related Disorders of Fluency
Richard Frederick Curlee
Thieme, 1999 - Medical - 307 pages
Covers the evaluation and treatment of children who stutter; decreasing stuttering in adolescents and adults; the evaluation and treatment of clients presenting disorders of fluency (cluttering, stuttering acquired following neurological damage, and acquired psychogenic stuttering); and management s
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Identification and Case Selection Guidelines for Early Childhood
Differential EvaluationDifferential Therapy for Stuttering
Counseling Children Who Stutter and Their Parents
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3min/F/Monologue 3min/F/Read 3min/NF/Telephone acquired stuttering activities adolescents adults who stutter alone/1 Andrews G aphasia approach assessment Atypical begin behavior child child's speech child's stuttering childhood stuttering children who stutter client clinical clinician cluttering cognitive cognitive restructuring Communication Disorders Conture conversation Curlee RF described diagnosis difficulty discussion disfluencies dysarthria evaluation example feedback feelings Fluency Disord Fluency Rules fluency skills fluent frequently goal Gregory H Ingham RJ interaction intervention learning Lidcombe Program maintenance monologue/1 motor neurogenic neurological neuropathology normal observed occur onset parents patients phonation phonological phonological disorder preschool present problem procedures psychogenic stuttering rating sessions reinforcement repetitions reported response SAAND schedule school-age Self-efficacy specific speech and language speech disfluencies speech disorders Speech Hear Res Speech Pathology speech production speech rate speech-language pathologists strategies stutter-free speech Stuttering Therapy syllables symptoms talking target techniques teens transfer Treatment of Stuttering Typical utterances voice disorders words
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