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2014-08-18 23:06:42

Stuttering expert Ronald L. Webster, Ph.D. explains how using science and advanced technology now make lasting fluency possible for people who stutter. In his new book, "From Stuttering to Fluent Speech, 6,300 Cases Later: Unlocking Muscle Mischief," Websters dispels long-standing assumptions about stuttering and provides key information on how to successfully treat the disorder, which affects 66 million people globally. (PRWEB) August 18, 2014 In “From Stuttering to Fluent...

2013-10-11 10:52:35

UAlberta researcher and ISTAR executive director says study results could increase understanding of brain and speech production, improving treatment. A new study by a University of Alberta researcher shows that children who stutter have less grey matter in key regions of the brain responsible for speech production than children who do not stutter. The findings not only improve our understanding of how the brain is built for speech production and why people stutter, but also affirm the...

Preschools Stuttering one in ten
2013-08-26 12:06:37

Lee Rannals for redOrbit.com - Your Universe Online There is about a one in ten chance that your child may develop a stuttering problem, but that doesn't mean they won't do well in school, according to new research published in the journal Pediatrics. Led by the University of Melbourne, researchers from several institutions teamed up to follow over 1,600 children from infancy to age four and found that they were more than twice as likely to develop a stuttering problem than previous...


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