Stuttering and Cluttering [NOOK Book]

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This comprehensive overview of all aspects of stuttering research, theory and treatment will provide an invaluable resource for all speech and language therapists and students.
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Stuttering and Cluttering

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Overview

This comprehensive overview of all aspects of stuttering research, theory and treatment will provide an invaluable resource for all speech and language therapists and students.
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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9780203892800
  • Publisher: Taylor & Francis, Inc.
  • Publication date: 2/28/2008
  • Sold by: Barnes & Noble
  • Format: eBook
  • Pages: 456
  • File size: 2 MB

Meet the Author

David Ward is Director of the Speech Research Laboratory at The University of Reading, and a specialist fluency clinician within the NHS. He qualified as a speech language therapist in 1987, and received an MA in Linguistics and Phonetics and a PhD in motor control and stuttering. He has lectured extensively on disorders of fluency, and is involved in research into both theoretical and clinical aspects of stuttering and cluttering.

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Table of Contents

Part 1: The Aetiology of Stuttering and Cluttering. Introduction - What is Stuttering? Normal Disfluency and Stuttering. Primary and Secondary Stuttering. Definitions of Stuttering. Prevalence and Incidence. Who is at Risk of Stuttering. The Development of Stuttering. Phenomena Associated with Stuttering. The Causes of Stuttering. Spontaneous Recovery. Making Sense of the Data: Stuttering as Balance between Capacity and Demand. Summary. Key Points. Suggestions for Further Reading. Part 2: The Treatment of Stuttering and Cluttering. The Measurement and Assessment of Stuttering. Treating Early Stuttering. Therapy for School Age Children. The Treatment of Stuttering in Adults. Counseling Approaches. Alternative Approaches to the Treatment of Stuttering. The Efficacy of Stuttering Therapy. Acquired Stuttering. The Assessment, Diagnosis and Treatment of Cluttering.

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