Children recovered from stuttering without formal treatment: Perceptual assessment of speech

Finn, Patrick; Ingham, Roger J.
August 1997
Journal of Speech, Language & Hearing Research;Aug1997, Vol. 40 Issue 4, p867
Academic Journal
Examines the speech perceptual differences in children who have recovered from stuttering without formal treatment from the children who never stuttered. Effect of discrimination or identification on speech perception in children; Measurement of speech naturalness; Factors responsible for recovery from stuttering; Use of the perceptual judgment task.


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