Perspectives, SIG 4, Vol. 2, Part 2, 2017
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Interest Groups presented a study that
compared perceptions of cluttering of undergraduate communication sciences and
disorders majors with perceptions of non-majors.
You will be able
- summarize current findings related to the effects of video exposure on listeners’ perceptions of persons with fluency disorders
- describe changes that occurred
in the affective, behavioral, and cognitive aspects of stuttering for the
individual clients from the beginning to the end of the stuttering clinic
- describe common
perceptions of people who stutter, explain the need for better education about
stuttering, and explain how college students describe stuttering
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