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Cultural influence on listener responses to stuttering
(East Carolina University, 2010)
Stuttering is a developmental, involuntary, and intermittent fluency disorder. During moments of stuttering, people who stutter demonstrate sudden onsets and offsets of the aberrant struggling behaviors, with primary ...
Inhibition of Stuttering from Second Speech Signals: An Evaluation of Temporal and Hierarchical Aspects
(East Carolina University, 2012)
Stuttering is an intermittent and involuntary speech disorder overtly characterized by syllable repetitions, phoneme prolongations and postural fixations that disrupt the natural flow of speech. Overt stuttering is reduced ...