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From: Ilia Rasskazov, Natalia Rasskazova
Date: 21 Oct 2007
Time: 14:11:57 -0500
Remote Name: 22.214.171.124
Dear Hila, No, this group of sufferers does not stutter in situations in which they are alone – when they are not in contact with other persons. Any other person or persons, even those with the best intentions (e.g. loved ones) can provoke stuttering. A clear connection between stuttering and anxiety has not been drawn possibly as a result of insufficient methods for diagnosing anxiety as an internal psychological state.