Letters to the Editor
- Lexicalization in adults who stutter. Prins, David; Main, Victoria // Journal of Speech, Language & Hearing Research;Apr1997, Vol. 40 Issue 2, p373
Reports on the results of two experiments on the implications of lexical processing failures as a possible source of fluency disruption in persons who stutter. Naming latency; Grammatical encoding; Phonological encoding; Word frequency and syllable latency effects.
- Words Fail Me. Whirty, Ryan // Indianapolis Monthly;May2003, Vol. 26 Issue 10, p90
Focuses on stuttering and problems faced by the author due to it. There are three million stutterers in the U.S., people for whom the simple act of talking is an often-humiliating, nerve-wracking experience. Stuttering is like other conditions that negatively affect normal, everyday human...
- STRESS AND INTONATION IN THE SPEECH OF HEARING-IMPAIRED HEBREW-SPEAKING CHILDREN. Frank, Yael; Bergman, Moe; Tobin, Yishai // Language & Speech;Oct-Dec87, Vol. 30 Issue 4, p339
Compares the acoustic characteristics of lexical stress and intonation in the speech of hearing-impaired Hebrew-speaking children with those of their hearing peers and to relate these characteristics to their intelligibility. Use of spectrographic analysis and fundamental-frequency measurements;...
- Wie effektiv ist die Inputspezifizierung?: Studie zum Erwerbsverhalten bei Late Talkern und Kindern mit kombinierten umschriebenen EntwicklungsstÃ¶rungen und Late Talker-Sprachprofil in der inputorientierten Wortschatztherapie. Siegmüller, Julia; Schröders, Catherine; Sandhop, Ulrike; Otto, Monika; Herzog-Meinecke, Carmen // Forum Logopadie;jan2010, Vol. 24 Issue 1, p16
In addition to claÎ²ical late talkers we are often also faced with children with multiple developmental disorders who show the language profile of a late talker. The psycholinguistic research of the recent years basically focused on the language development and the effectiveneÎ² of speech...
- Understanding stuttering. // Current Health 1;Sep98, Vol. 22 Issue 1, p29
Discusses the causes of stuttering. How to talk to people who stutter; List of the famous people who stuttered.
- Commentary on 'A Theory of Neuropsycholinguistic Function in Stuttering'. Smith, Anne // Journal of Speech & Hearing Research;Aug92, Vol. 35 Issue 4, p805
Comments on a study which proposed a neuropsycholinguistic theory of stuttering. Definition of stuttering; Analysis on the absence of citations to experimental work; Assessment on the theory.
- Long-Term Follow-up of Self-Modeling as an Intervention for Stuttering. Bray, Melissa A.; Kehle, Thomas J. // School Psychology Review;2001, Vol. 30 Issue 1, p135
Reports on a long-tern follow-up of the effects of self-modeling on the reduction of stuttering in two groups of students. Percentage of the students who exhibited normal fluency and dysfluency after a four-year follow-up period; Number of students who maintained their treatment effects; Speech...
- Stuttering. Benaroch, Roy // Pediatrics for Parents;2008, Vol. 24 Issue 8, p14
The article provides an answer to a question on how to help a kid from stuttering.
- Interpreting results of the fluent speech paradigm in stuttering research: Difficulties in... Armson, Joy; Kalinowski, Joseph // Journal of Speech & Hearing Research;Feb94, Vol. 37 Issue 1, p69
Examines difficulties in interpreting results of studies that compare the fluent speech characteristics of stutterers and nonstutterers. Temporal parameters of fluent speech production; Context of experimental samples; Treatment history of subjects; Stuttering severity of subjects;...