The effects of frequency-altered feedback on stuttering:

Ingham, Roger J.; Ingham, Janis C.; Cordes, Anne K.; Moglia, Richard; Frank, Peter
June 1998
Journal of Speech, Language & Hearing Research;Jun1998, Vol. 41 Issue 3, p513
Academic Journal
Presents the response to the criticism and issues raised by Kalinowski et al. regarding their comment and interpretation about frequency-altered feedback (FAF). Experimental effects within a single-subject or time-series experiments; Larger issues on altered auditory feedback (AAF); Kalinowski's claim on AAF prosthetic device.


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