The Brains of Adult Stutterers: Are They Different from Nonstutterers?

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Permission to publish Mike Hughes 10/2/02
stuttering and high blood pressure Joseph Lukong - from Cameroon 10/5/02
Re: stuttering and high blood pressure Janis Ingham 10/6/02
Stuttering and Apraxia Maggie Mitchell, Minnesota State University Mankato, first year graduate student 10/6/02
Re: Stuttering and Apraxia Janis Ingham 10/6/02
brains the same or different Marjorie Rosenthal Foer 10/6/02
Re: brains the same or different Roger Ingham 10/8/02
Genetics Karen Winter - Graduate Student 10/7/02
Re: Genetics Roger Ingham 10/8/02
One size doesn't fit all Ed Feuer 10/10/02
Re: One size doesn't fit all Janis Ingham 10/10/02
Brains of Adult Stutters Ivette S. 10/11/02
Re: Brains of Adult Stutters Janis Ingham 10/11/02
Neurotransmitters Olivia Jo Burleigh, first year graduate student, University of Louisiana at Lafayette 10/12/02
Re: Neurotransmitters Roger Ingham 10/13/02
Men vs. Women stutterer brain Nicole Suire, Graduate student at University of Louisiana at Lafayette 10/12/02
Re: Men vs. Women stutterer brain Janis Ingham 10/13/02
Re: Men vs. Women stutterer brain Ellen-Marie Silverman 11/14/02
TMS and stuttering Holger Stenzel, Germany 10/13/02
Re: TMS and stuttering Janis Ingham 10/13/02
Re: TMS and stuttering Janis Ingham - TMS reference 10/13/02
Condition Sue Meulebroeck 10/13/02
Re: Condition Janis Ingham 10/14/02
Female Stutterers Maggie Mitchell 10/14/02
Re: Female Stutterers Janis Ingham 10/14/02
Re: Female Stutterers Ellen-Marie Silverman 11/7/02
Thanks Rachel Duffy, grad student 10/14/02
Re: Thanks Janis Ingham 10/15/02
Brain Imaging and Stuttering Amber Tincher 10/16/02
Re: Brain Imaging and Stuttering Janis Ingham 10/17/02
Implications? Bob Quesal 10/17/02
Re: Implications? Roger Ingham 10/17/02
congratulation Moussa Dao from  W Africa 10/17/02
Re: congratulation Janis Ingham 10/17/02
Female Stutterer Results Mary Strom 10/18/02
Re: Female Stutterer Results Janis Ingham 10/18/02
Testing Matthew Terry 10/21/02
Question Kellie Wilson 10/22/02

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