October 18, 2005 Feature

Stuttering Research and Treatment Around the World

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Professionals from Brazil, India, Israel, Japan, Sweden, Taiwan, and the United Kingdom share their unique perspectives on current work and attitudes toward stuttering in their respective countries.


References

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Blood, G. W., Blood, I. M., Tellis, G. M., & Gabel, R. M. (2003). A preliminary study of self-esteem, stigma, and disclosure in adolescents who stutter. Journal of Fluency Disorders, 28, 143–159.

Gabel, R. M., Blood, G. W., Tellis, G. M., & Althouse, M. T. (2004).Measuring role entrapment of people who stutter. Journal of Fluency Disorders, 29, 27–49.

Georgieva, D., Andrade, C. R. F. D., St. Louis, K. O., & Troudt, F. O. (2004). Selected attitudes toward stuttering: Brazil, Bulgaria, and Turkey (Non-English). Poster at the ASHA Convention, Philadelphia, PA.

Hulit, L. M., & Wertz, L. (1994). The association of attitudes towards stuttering with selected variables. Journal of Fluency Disorders, 19, 247–267.

Klassen, T. R., Reichel, I. K., St. Louis, K. O. Sedlock, A. B., Gibson, L. J., & Dayton, R. M. (2004). Selected attitudes toward stuttering: North American college students. Poster at the ASHA Convention, Philadelphia, PA.

Klein, J. F., & Hood, S. B.(2004). The impact of stuttering on employment opportunities and job performance. Journal of Fluency Disorders, 29, 255–273.

Knudsen, P. F., Kathard, H., St. Louis, K. O., & Shrestha, S. (2004). Selected Attitudes toward stuttering: Denmark, South Africa, and Nepal (English). Poster at the ASHA Convention, Philadelphia, PA.

Lubker, B. B., St. Louis, K. O., Adkins, T. A., Fisher, E., Helman, S. R., Phillips, C. I., & Schiffbauer, J. D. (2004). Selected attitudes toward stuttering: USA rural, small town, and suburbia. Poster at the ASHA Convention, Philadelphia, PA.

Reichel, I., & St. Louis, K. O. (2004). Effects of emotional intelligence training in graduate fluency disorders courses. In A. Packman, A. Meltzer, & H. F. M. Peters (Eds.). Proceedings of the 4th World Congress on Fluency Disorders. (pp. 474–481). Nijmegen, The Netherlands: Nijmegen University Press.

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St. Louis, K. O., Andrade, C., Georgieva, D., & Troudt, F. O. (In press). Experience and personal report about an international cooperation research—Brazil, Bulgaria and Turkey—attitudes toward stutterers. Pró-FonoRevista de Atualização Cientifica.

St. Louis, K. O., & Andrade, C. R., F. de (2004). Public attitudes toward stuttering and other human attributes in Brazil. In A. Packman, A. Meltzer, & H. F. M. Peters (Eds.). Proceedings of the 4th World Congress on Fluency Disorders (pp. 488–495). Nijmegen, The Netherlands: Nijmegen University Press.

St. Louis, K. O., Tellis, G., Tuanquin, T. C., Wolfenden, R. P., & Nicholson, R. M. (2004). Selected attitudes toward stuttering: SLP fluency specialists, generalists, and students. Poster at the ASHA Convention, Philadelphia, PA.

St. Louis, K. O., Yaruss, J. S., Lubker, B. B., Pill, J., & Diggs, C. C. (2001). An international public opinion survey of stuttering: Pilot results. In H.-G. Bosshardt, J. S.

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Yaruss, J. S., Reese, S., St. Louis, K. O., Ward, E., & Wechsler, R. (2004). Selected attitudestoward stuttering: US urban ethnic and racial variations. Poster at the ASHA Convention, Philadelphia, PA.



  

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