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Advice to Students of Stuttering TreatmentMark Onslow
Best Practices for Preparing Students To Work With People Who StutterWilliam P. Murphy and Robert W. Quesal
Clinical Applications of a Multidimensional Approach for the Assessment and Treatment of StutteringE. Charles Healey, Lisa Scott Trautman, and Michael Susca
Documenting Individual Treatment Outcomes in Stuttering TherapyJ. Scott Yaruss
"How Can You Understand? You Don't Stutter!"Walt Manning
Bullying in Adolescents Who Stutter: Communicative Competence and Self-EsteemGordon W. Blood, Ingrid M. Blood
Theoretical Perspectives on the Cause of StutteringNicoline Grinager Ambrose
The Formative Years of Stuttering: A Changing PortraitEhud Yairi
Unstable or Insufficiently Activated Internal Models and Feedback-Biased Motor Control as Sources of Dysfluency: A Theoretical Model of StutteringLudo Max, Frank H. Guenther, Vincent L. Gracco, Satrajt S. Ghosh and Marie E. Wallace
Assessment of Some Contemporary Theories of Stuttering That Apply to Spontaneous SpeechPeter Howell
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