Stuttering Therapy: An Integrated Approach to Theory and Practice
*HA18, Stuttering Therapy: An Integrated Approach to Theory and Practice, Richard Culatta(Appalachain State University), Stanley Goldberg(San Francisco State University), U1647-9, 480 pp., 7 1/4 x 9 1/4, 0-023-26311-3, casebound, 1995, $39.00nk, October*/This book provides a comprehensive look at defining, measuring, and treating stuttering. It discusses basic concepts on which therapy is based and examines the process of diagnosis. The main portion of the book is devoted to therapy. Intervention programs are summarized and compared through the use of a unique methodology that clearly identifies attitudes and behaviors to be treated.
Different Types of Disfluency
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adolescent adult stutterers analysis Apr Vol Assessment attitudes auditory feedback Aug Vol Bloodstein Boberg British Journal Brutten child client clinicians Communication Disorders Culatta cultural Dec Vol Defektologiya delayed auditory feedback diagnostic disfluency Disorders of Communication effects evaluation Feb Vol Fluency Disorders fluent speech frequency genetic Hearing Disorders Hearing Research Ingham initial intervention Journal of Communication Journal of Disorders Journal of Fluency Journal of Speech Jun Vol language learning Mar Vol ment modification monitoring Motor Skills nonstuttering normal speakers Nov Vol Oct Vol onset overt parents Perceptual and Motor Perkins phonation probes problem protocols Psicologia Psychiatry Psychology reaction reinforcement response result Sep Vol situations speaking specific Speech and Hearing speech disfluencies speech disorders speech-language pathologists stimulus strategies stut stutterer's stutterers and nonstutterers stuttering behavior stuttering children stuttering therapy syllables tartamudez techniques terers tering therapeutic tion treatment of stuttering utterances voice onset William words