Parental Perceptions of Children's Communicative Development at Stuttering Onset

Ratner, Nan Bernstein; Silverman, Stacy
October 2000
Journal of Speech, Language & Hearing Research;Oct2000, Vol. 43 Issue 5, p1252
Academic Journal
Presents a study which focuses on parental perceptions of chilren's communicative development at stuttering onset. Methodology of the study; Discussion on the results of the study.


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