Wollman Bibliography
  1. Brisk, D.J., Healy, E.C., and Hux, A. (1997). Clinicians' training and confidence associated with treating school-age children who stutter. A national survey. Language, Speech and Hearing Services in Schools 28, 164-176.

  2. Cooper, E., and Cooper, C.S. (1996) Clinician attitudes towards stuttering: Two decades of change. Journal of Fluency Disorders 21, 119-136

  3. Kelly, E.M., Martin, J.S., Baker, K.E., Rivera, N.J., Bishop, J.E., Kriziske, C.B., Stettler, D.B., and Stealy, J.M. (1997). Academic and clinical preparation and practices of school speech-language pathologists with people who stutter. Language, Speech and Hearing Services in Schools 28, 195-212.

  4. Klein, E.R., and Amster, B.J.(2010). Does a graduate course in fluency disorders make a difference? Perspectives on Fluency and Fluency Disorders, 2010 (20), 10-14.

  5. Manning, W.H. (1996). Clinical Decision Making in the Diagnosis and Treatment of Fluency Disorders. Albany, N.Y: Delmar

  6. Olsen, C., (2010). Help! I Have A Client Who Stutters! The Basics for Working with School-Age Children. Poster Session presented at the American Speech-Language and Hearing Association Convention, (November 2010).

  7. Shapiro, D.A., (1999). Stuttering Intervention: a collaborative journey to fluency freedom. Austin, Tx; Pro-ed

  8. Sommers, R.K., and Caruso, A.J. (1995). In-service training in speech-language pathology: Are we meeting the needs for fluency training? American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology 4(3), 22-28.

  9. Stack, A., and Lyons, R., (2010). Reported levels of confidence in working with people who stutter: the views of speech and language therapy students. Presentation at the Symposium on Fluency Disorders, 2010, Antwerp.

  10. St. Louis, K., O., and Durrenberger, C.H., (1993, December). What communication disorders do experienced clinicians prefer to manage? ASHA 35, 23-31.

  11. St. Louis, K.O., (1997). Six Reasons why Clinicians may Fear Stuttering. Perspectives on Fluency and Fluency Disorders, (7) 4-6.

  12. Tellis, G.M., Bressler, L., and Emerick, K. (2008). An Exploration of Clinicians Views About Assessment and Treatment of Stuttering. Perspectives on Fluency and Fluency Disorders, (18), 16-23.

  13. Yaruss, J.S., and Quesal, R.W. (2002). Academic and clinical education in fluency disorders: an update. Journal of Fluency Disorders, 27 (1) 43-63

  14. Yaruss, J.S, Quesal, R.W., and Reeves, L. (2007). Self-Help and Mutual Aid Groups as an Adjunct to Stuttering Therapy. In E.G. Conture and R.F. Curlee (Ed.), Stuttering and Related Disorders of Fluency (3rd ed.) (pp. 256-276). New York: Thieme Medical Publishers.

  15. Yaruss, J.S. and Quesal, R.W. (2001, November 20). The Many Faces of Stuttering: Identifying Appropriate Treatment Goals. The ASHA Leader