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         Stuttering:     more books (100)
  1. The Three Dimensions of Stuttering: Neurology, Behaviour and Emotion by Robert Logan, 1999-03-19
  2. Stuttering Self-Help for Adults by Morris Val Jones, 1989-04
  3. Primer for Stuttering Therapy, A by Howard D. Schwartz, 1998-08-27
  4. Stuttering: Then and Now by George H. Shames, Herbert Rubin, 1986-01
  5. Successful Stuttering Management Program (SSMP) 2nd Edition by Dorvan H. Breitenfeldt, Delores Rustad Lorenz, 2000-03
  6. Stuttering Treatment: A Comprehensive Clinical Guide by G. Beverly Wells, 1986-11
  7. Stuttering Prevention: A Clinical Method by C. Woodruff Starkweather, Sheryl Ridener, Ph.D. Gottwald, et all 1990-01
  8. The Cure Of Stammering And Stuttering by Benjamin Nathaniel Bogue, 2010-05-22
  9. Stuttering by Joseph Kalinowski, TimSaltuklaroglu, 2005-11-30
  10. Henry the Stuttering Hero (Barnyard Bible Basics) by Aaron Hubble, 2008-11-11
  11. Stuttering: Science, Therapy & Practice by Thomas D. Kehoe, 1997-04
  12. Foundations of Stuttering by Marcel E. Wingate, 2001-10-10
  13. Programmed Therapy for Stuttering in Children and Adults by Bruce P. Ryan, 2000-11
  14. Stuttering (Pro-ed Studies in Communicative Disorders) by C. Woodruff Starkweather, Janet Givens-Ackerman, 1997-01

61. Comprehensive Stuttering Therapy
Selftherapy for stutterers, including children, teenagers, and adults. Written by Phillip Roberts. Available in hard copy or online download (PDF).

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  • A proven therapy developed by an ex-stutterer Will help any teenaged or adult stutterer Invaluable advice for parents of a child who stutters Comprehensive approach designed for a long term effect 30 fluency enhancing exercises Comprehensive Stuttering Therapy can be downloaded from this site and you can start the therapy in a few minutes from now.

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Comprehensive Stuttering Therapy will teach you 30 fluency enhancing exercises that will enable you to effectively and permanently control your stuttering by addressing every single element of the stuttering phenomenon.
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62. Stuttering Therapy Treatment And Research Through HCRI
stuttering Therapy and Research Hollins Communications Research Institute (HCRI)developed and conducts the Hollins Fluency System - a successful and
Cutting edge research conducted by the staff of the Hollins Communications Research Institute has demonstrated the valuable role of scientific analysis in the creation of an objective, reliable, and effective 12-day treatment for stuttering . At HCRI, stuttering therapy represents a specific combination of advanced behavioral and computer technologies that enhance the learning and retention of fluent speech.
98% of HCRI program graduates say they would recommend this advanced stuttering therapy program to others who stutter. For many HCRI graduates, stuttering therapy is a one-time experience as fluency has replaced stuttering and continued therapy is not necessary. For persons who wish to have post-therapy support, HCRI offers a variety of services, including FluencyNet
HCRI has treated over 4900 persons who stutter. If you stutter, or know someone that stutters, we invite you to learn more about the effective stuttering therapy provided at HCRI in Roanoke, Virginia. To receive information by mail about HCRI's stuttering therapy

63. Stuttering
The whole story on stuttering and other speech problems. Includes a look at why kids have speech problems, how they can be treated, and what it's like to live with one.
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"My talking is bumpy."
"The words get stuck."
"My tongue stumbles."
"My brain goes faster than my mouth."
These are some of the things that kids say when they describe how it feels to stutter. In other words, they know what they want to say, but the words just don't come out smoothly. Kids who stutter will repeat a word or a sound or drag out part of a word. Other kids may have problems with certain sounds. For instance, "Ss" and "Zs" are tough for a kid who has a lisp. Someone who lisps says the "th" sound when they mean to use an "s" or "z" sound. Other kids have trouble only with words that have "Rs" in them. But whatever the speech problem, there is help available. What Are Stuttering and Speech Problems?
As human beings, we have the special ability to share our thoughts by talking. We start by forming a thought in our brains In the brain, this thought is changed into a code we've learned called language. Once the thought is coded into language, the brain sends a message to the muscles that control speech, telling them to move and make the right sounds come out. Then the mouth, face, neck

64. Stuttering And The Valsalva Mechanism: Introduction
This article explains stuttering (stammering) by showing how the body s Valsalvamechanism may turn stutterers efforts to speak into the very stuttering
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By William D. Parry, Esq. Founder, Philadelphia Area Chapter of the National Stuttering Association Why is stuttering usually worst when the words are most important? This article shows how a natural bodily function - the Valsalva mechanism - may turn our efforts to speak into the very blocks we are trying so hard to avoid. It explains how a combination of physical and psychological factors may trap us in a "Valsalva-Stuttering Cycle" - a vicious circle that may trigger and perpetuate stuttering, as well as sabotaging our efforts at fluency maintenance. (For further information, see Understanding and Controlling Stuttering: A Comprehensive New Approach Based on the Valsalva Hypothesis.
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It is a great honor to be invited to speak at this World Congress in Sweden. As you know, I come from the United States, where I lead the Philadelphia Area Chapter of the National Stuttering Project. By profession, I am a lawyer. But the great obsession of my life has been the mystery of stuttering - a condition with which I have struggled since I was four years old. Over the years, I submitted to a wide range of therapies, without lasting success. Finally, about fifteen years ago, I gave up on therapy altogether and began doing my own research into the problem.

65. Stuttering John
List of questions that John has asked in an actual celebrity interview and related links.

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The reason why I created this website many years ago was quite simple: Being pretty new to the internet, I wanted to make a homepage, like most people do. The question was, what about? After typing "Stuttering John" into the search engine, I found that not only was there not an official site, but no fan sites either. So I gathered my "collection" of Stuttering John questions, thus this page was born. And it wasn't long before the website visitors to this page emailed even more questions to me. Eventually, John did get his own official site up at, but the only content was information on his CD. Now that has changed. He has a fantastic site now, most notably a section with his favorite interview questions. I'm guessing that most of you have seen it. If not, go to It's definitely alot more entertaining and interesting hearing it straight from the horses f-f-friggin mouth. Ah, Stuttering John. You have to love this man. Who else would have the guts to verbally terrorize celebrities with outrageous questions, all for the sake of the Howard Stern show. John has been screamed at, punched, pushed, shoved, elbowed, spit on, slapped in the face, picked up, thrown out, and pushed down a flight of stairs. Yet he continues to do his most fantastic and important job in the world...BRINGING DOWN HOTSHOT CELEBRITIES A NOTCH OR TWO. Below is a list of some of the great questions that Howard, Jackie and Fred came up with to have Stuttering John ask his unwitting victims.

66. Bill Parry's Stuttering Links
Links to information on stuttering (stammering), the Valsalva Hypothesis andValsalva Control, therapy, support groups, discrimination, and advocacy.
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Stuttering (sometimes called "stammering") is a specific kind of disfluency, in which the flow of speech tends to be involuntarily disrupted by forceful closures of the mouth or larynx, by repetitions or prolongations of sounds and syllables, or by hesitations or delays in making voiced sounds. Stuttering generally involves an excessive amount of effort, force, and struggle in the attempt to speak. It also may be accompanied by a variety of behaviors intended to avoid, postpone, or hide the blocks.
Stuttering, while not the worst of handicaps, certainly can be one of the most frustrating. Unlike other disabilities, stuttering has the mystifying and maddening habit of coming and going. Even if you stutter badly, chances are that you will be perfectly fluent when singing, talking in unison with other people, and in certain speaking situations. You may do a great job acting out a role on stage, but not be able to say your name when asked. You may begin telling a joke with perfect fluency, but not be able to deliver the punch line. You may have long stretches of fluency when it really doesn't matter. Then, just when the words are most important, stuttering jumps out of the closet and pins your speech to the ground.
This website is devoted to exploring the puzzle of stuttering, the factors that may cause or perpetuate it, and what we might do to control or alleviate it through therapy or self help. We are also interested in encouraging self-esteem and acceptance for persons who stutter, fighting discrimination, and educating the public about this often misunderstood condition.

67. Referral List: Pennsylvania
Names of speech pathologists in the state who might be able to help in treating stuttering.
Pennsylvania Resource/Referral List
Listed below are the names of speech pathologists in your state who might be able to help you in treating stuttering. The Stuttering Foundation of America provides these names only to help in locating a speech pathologist who might be able to assist you in treating stuttering. The Stuttering Foundation of America does not warrant the competency of these speech pathologists nor guarantee their treatment. This list is likely to include only a small number of the speech pathologists in your area and therefore might not include the names of all speech pathologists who might be able to assist you. No negative implication should be drawn about a particular speech pathologist's qualifications or competency if he or she is not included on this list. If the individuals located below cannot assist you or are not located near you, the Stuttering Foundation of America encourages you to request a referral from them. Gordon Blood, Ph.D., CCC-SLP

68. Stuttering Chat - Online Support For People Who Stutter
Welcome to stuttering Chat! stuttering Chat is a Worldwide meeting placeand resource for people who stutter. stuttering Chat 2003.

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Stuttering Chat is a Worldwide meeting place and resource for people who stutter. Through our Voice-enabled chat room and continually expanding email group, we are able to offer full friendship and support to all those who stutter and those interested in stuttering. Membership is free - to become a member, go to the ' Join' Us ' section and follow the instructions given. User Profiles Life Stories Contributed Papers How to Join ... Contact Us

69. Speech Advantage - Corporate Speech Pathology - Madison, Wisconsin - Foreign Acc
Provides corporate speech pathology services foreign accent reduction, stuttering therapy, and treatment of a voice, articulation, or pronunciation disorder. Based in Madison, Wisconsin.
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What does Speech Advantage offer?
Speech Advantage specializes in providing work related training to companies through improved speech communication. We offer onsite training for individuals, small groups, or large group seminars wanting to focus upon:
Who benefits from Speech Advantage?
  • The employee gains self-confidence, reduced frustration and increased productivity
  • The coworkers experience increased harmony and team cohesiveness
  • The customer gains timely results and satisfaction
  • The employer enhances the employee's quality of life while improving the company's profitability and lowering employee turnover
When and where is training held?
The most cost effective and convenient time and place for training is at your employee's workplace during normal business hours. We will strive to accommodate you in this regard. However, should offsite training be preferred, facilities are available.
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behaviors. THEORIES OF stuttering DEVELOPMENT. Learning Theory. noticed. DEVELOPMENTOF stuttering. If untreated stuttering will worsen or snowball.
Van Riper(stutterer)defines stuttering-Stuttering occurs when the forward flow of speech is interupted abnormally by repetitions or prolongations of sounds, syllables, articulatory posture, or by avoidable struggle behaviors.
Learning Theory
The Learning Theory of stuttering development was proposed be Wendell Johnson. He felt that people only stutter because the LEARN it through a cycle of negative reactions and anxiety.
Cycle of Childhood Stuttering
1. Child learns language rapidly. 2. Child tries to formulate a message with the right words. 3. If the child is nervous or excited there is an increased chance of dysfluency. 4. After the child is dysfluent, he/she receives a negative reaction from the listener such as, "Slow down" or, "Take a deep breath." 5. Child develops struggle behaviors to get through dysfluencies. 6. Child receives a negative reaction for the struggle behaviors. 7. Child develops increased anxiety.

71. Stuttering John Melendez
A detailed profile of John and his life, as well as his work on the Howard Stern Show.
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IT'S NOT EASY BEING STUTTERING JOHN. HE NO SOONER SITS down to sign copies of his latest LP, Everybody's Normal but Me, at an HMV music store in midtown Manhattan than the third guy on line starts busting his balls. The guy has a tape recorder and claims to be from a college radio station. He wants to do a quick interview. "Do you think this album is going to go aluminum?" he barks. "Do you stutter when you snore? Does stuttering help when you're performing oral sex?" John just smiles, sighs, and signs the next CD. How else can he react? For the past ten years, in the service of Howard Stern's radio and television shows, John has crashed parties, openings, and press conferences armed with a microphone, a camera, and a list of rude, crude questions with which he ambushes unsuspecting celebrities. Their responses are a litmus test of sorts. Some ignore him. Some good naturedly hang in there and answer. Then again, some assault John. John reels off his war stories. "Morton Downey-hit me and I fell off a chair. Eric Bogosian-I asked him if there was going to be a Talk Radio 2 and he grabbed me by the neck. Lou Reed-I was backstage at the Bob Dylan tribute at Madison Square Garden and all I asked him was 'Do you still masturbate?' and he didn't say anything, he just started choking me." Then there was Raquel Welch. John nabbed her coming out of an, auction at Christie's. She was striding briskly to her limo and John was right at her side.

72. The Laboratory For Developmental Neuroscience
Dedicated to studying the molecular basis of pediatric onset neuropsychiatric disorders. Now working with collaborators on the molecular genetics of autism, attentiondeficit/hyperactivity disorder, childhood onset obsessive-compulsive disorder, stuttering, adolescent depression, and pediatric and early onset bipolar mood disorder.
The Laboratory of Developmental Neuroscience
  • Edwin H. Cook, Jr., M.D., Lab Director, Professor, Departments of Psychiatry, Pediatrics, Human Genetics; Committees on Genetics, Clinical Pharmacology and Pharmacogenomics, Molecular Medicine Bennett L. Leventhal, M.D., Irving B. Harris Professor of Psychiatry and Pediatrics
The Laboratory of Developmental Neuroscience is dedicated to studying the molecular genetics of pediatric onset neuropsychiatric disorders. We use neurochemical and molecular genetic research tools to develop new knowledge that may lead to improvement in clinical pharmacology. We began as an HPLC lab studying the relationship between hyperserotonemia and autistic disorder. We are now working with collaborators on molecular genetic studies of autism, attention-deficit/hyperactivity disorder, childhood onset obsessive-compulsive disorder, stuttering, adolescent depression, and pediatric and early onset bipolar mood disorder. New Laboratory protocols

73. Halo - Ferrago
84% Review of PC version by Richard Clifford. From the disproportionately sized menus to the system stuttering frame rate, the game cries out that it is a console port.
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74. Society For Neuroscience | Brain Briefings
stuttering Even attitude. But now accumulating research indicates thatstuttering actually erupts from disturbances in brain function.
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Stuttering Even though many well-respected people have a history of stuttering, including actress Marilyn Monroe, actor Bruce Willis and singer Carly Simon, the speech condition has had a bad rap. Many people have long blamed emotional or personality factors as the cause and believed that it could be easily overcome with a change in attitude. But now accumulating research indicates that stuttering actually erupts from disturbances in brain function. The new work, based on studies that image the brain, finds that brain anatomy and brain activity is awry in stutterers. Methods that counter these biological disturbances might mend the underlying deficits and treat a large number of people. Many people have assumed that nerves or some flaw in disposition causes stuttering speech, characterized by awkward pauses, dragging out parts of words and repeating certain sounds. Their solution? Snap out of it. But now a spate of recent scientific studies provides evidence that this simplistic view is false. Stuttering appears to erupt from an array of troubles in the brain. The insight is leading to:

75. Successful Stuttering Management Program
The Successful stuttering Management Program (SSMP) is a complete stepby step therapy program for adolescent and adult stutterers.
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76. BORN WITH A BROKEN TONGUE- Creative Review/AKQA NMT 2000 Winner
Personal multimedia educational presentation on stuttering, online and cdrom.

77. Stuttering: Description, Criteria, Causes, Symptoms, Treatments And Medications
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78. Welcome To Super Duper Publications!
Books and software for speech pathologists to treat childhood and adult stuttering.
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Easy Talker-A Fluency WKBK for School-Age Children #STS-4 Dr. Fluency CD-ROM, Video, Breathing Monitor

79. Stuttering / Family Village Library
Library S T. stuttering. We also offer extensive educational programson stuttering for professionals. Where to Go to Chat with Others.
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Who to Contact
The Stuttering Foundation of America
P.O. Box 11749
3100 Walnut Grove Road #603,
Memphis, TN 38111
901-452-3931 (fax)
Web: The Stuttering Foundation provides free online resources, services and support to those who stutter and their families, as well as support for research into the causes of stuttering. We are the largest - and the first - nonprofit charitable organization in the world working towards the prevention and improved treatment of stuttering, reaching over a million people annually. We also offer extensive educational programs on stuttering for professionals.
Where to Go to Chat with Others
  • Parents-W The purpose of this list is for parents of children and teens who stutter, and SLPs involved in treating kids whos stutter. It is meant to allow us to share experiences and ideas, and lend support and information.
  • Stuttering This is a support eGroup for persons affected by Stuttering, family, medical professionals and any interested individuals wish to share information and/or support for affected persons

80. Identification And Treatment Of Childhood Stuttering
Identification and Treatment of Childhood stuttering. To begin thelecture, click the START button above. If you are the first time
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