Treatment Outcomes Research: A Response to Ryan (2006)
- Assessing Stuttering Treatment Without Assessing Stuttering? A Response to Reitzes and Snyder (2006). Blomgren, Michael; Roy, Nelson; Callister, Thomas; Merrill, Ray M. // Journal of Speech, Language & Hearing Research;Dec2006, Vol. 49 Issue 6, p1423
Purpose: This letter is a response to P. Reitzes and G. Snyder's (2006) letter to the editor regarding "Intensive Stuttering Modification Therapy: A Multidimensional Assessment of Treatment Outcomes," by M. Blomgren, N. Roy, T. Callister, and R. Merrill (2005). The focus of this letter is on...
- Response to Blomgren, Roy, Callister, and Merrill (2005). Ryan, Bruce P. // Journal of Speech, Language & Hearing Research;Dec2006, Vol. 49 Issue 6, p1412
Purpose: The purpose of this letter is to register concerns about a study reported by M. Blomgren, N. Roy, T. Callister, and R. Merrill (2005), entitled "Intensive Stuttering Modification Therapy: A Multidimentional Assessment of Treatment Outcomes." Concerns include questions about the...
- Response to "Intensive Stuttering Modification Therapy: A Multidimensional Assessment of Treatment Outcomes," by Blomgren, Roy, Callister, and Merrill (2005. Reitzes, Peter; Snyder, Gregory // Journal of Speech, Language & Hearing Research;Dec2006, Vol. 49 Issue 6, p1420
Purpose: M. Blomgren, N. Roy, T. Callister, and R. Merrill (2005) used a multidimensional approach to evaluate treatment efficacy for the Successful Stuttering Management Program. While the article acknowledged that the treatment program under evaluation does not target a reduction in stuttering...
- 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...
- Treatment Research. Justice, Laura // American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology;Aug2008, Vol. 17 Issue 3, p210
The article discusses various reports published within the issue including a feasibility study addressing treatment for aphasia and an efficacy study for treatment for fluency disorders.
- Treatment for stutterers. // Ebony;Feb1998, Vol. 53 Issue 4, p24
Suggests treatment for stutterers. Advantage of speech theraphy program for treating stuttering; Age range of children where stuttering condition generally occurs; Causes of stuttering.
- Acoustic Duration Changes Associated With Two Types of Treatment for Children Who Stutter. Riley, Glyndon D.; Ingham, Janis Costello // Journal of Speech, Language & Hearing Research;Aug2000, Vol. 43 Issue 4, p965
Features a study which examined the acoustic duration changes associated with two types of treatment for children who stutter. Effects of speech motor training on selected temporal acoustic durations; Relation of acoustic duration changes to reduction of stuttering; Methodology of the study;...
- Untitled. Niles, Susie S. // Western Speech;Jan1949, Vol. 13 Issue 1, p23
Describes procedures used in classes for stutterers at the elementary level in Salt Lake City, Utah. Integration of services; Role of physical education supervisors; Functions of University clinicians, psychiatrist or psychiatric social worker.
- Prediction of Outcome After Treatment for Stuttering. // JAMA: Journal of the American Medical Association;3/10/89, Vol. 261 Issue 10, p1428
Discusses the abstract of a research study concerning the prediction of outcome after treatment for stuttering. Variables likely to predict individuals at risk of relapse; Main goals by the last day of treatment that serve as the most powerful predictors; Importance of actual and perceived...