Perspectives, SIG 4, Vol. 2, Part 1, 2017
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This Part of Perspectives presents two articles that span a wide range of topics in fluency disorders. First, a review summarizes extant findings supporting multifactorial models of stuttering within the context of preschool-age stuttering assessment. Next, a study that examined the effects of video education about cluttering on students’ perceptions of a person who clutters is described.
You will be able
- describe childhood stuttering
- summarize evidence supporting multifactorial theories of stuttering
- apply multifactorial theoretical models and relevant empirical evidence to preschool-age fluency evaluations
- conduct thorough and well-informed fluency evaluations on preschool-age children
- summarize current findings related to the effects of video exposure on listeners' perceptions of persons with fluency disorders
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