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Investigations Of The Impact Of Altered Auditory Feedback In-The-Ear Devices On The Speech Of People Who Stutter: Initial Fitting And Four-Month Follow-Up
(East Carolina University, 2004)
Background: Self-contained ear-level devices delivering altered auditory feedback (AAF) for the application with those who stutter were only recently developed (Stuart et al. 2003). Aim: This paper examines the first ...
Inducement of Fluent Speech in Persons Who Stutter Via Visual Choral Speech
(East Carolina University, 2000)
A novel phenomenon of fluency enhancement via visual gestures of speech in the absence of traditional auditory feedback is reported herein. The effect on visual choral speech on stuttering frequency was investigated. Ten ...
Self-contained In-The-Ear device to deliver altered auditory feedback: applications for stuttering
(East Carolina University, 2003)
The design and operating characteristics of the first self-contained in-the-ear device to deliver altered auditory feedback is described for applications with those who stutter. The device incorporates a microdigital signal ...
Investigations Of The Impact Of Altered Auditory Feedback In-The-Ear Devices On The Speech Of People Who Stutter: One-Year Follow-Up
(East Carolina University, 2006)
Purpose: This study examined objective and subjective measures of the effect of a self-contained ear-level device delivering altered auditory feedback (AAF) for those who stutter 12 months following initial fitting with ...
Priming Anxiety into People who Stutter: Arousal's Influence on Fluency
(East Carolina University, 2008-11)
Many experimental psychologists (Bargh, Chen & Burrows, 1996; Berner & Maier, 2004; Bowers, 1999; Chartrand, VanBaaren & Bargh, 2006; Chen & Haviland-Jones, 2000; Hazlett, Dawson, Schell & Filion, 1990; Macky-Sim & Laing, ...