Online Student Journal of Fluency Disorders
In this online journal, exceptional student papers/projects about stuttering and other fluency disorders, originally submittedand graduate coursework, are linked. Instructors may recommend papers that would be of interest to a general readership, be submitted to or linked to this web-publication.
Volume 1 - 1999
- Teasing And Bullying Of Children Who Stutter by Ian Roth & Deryk Beal, submitted in partial fulfillment for a SLP 1529H Fluency Disorders taught by Dr. Luc De Nil, Department of Speech-Language Pathology
University of Toronto, May 28, 1999
- Do You Know Someone Who Stutters? by Laura Doty, Julie Farnsworth, Melissa Jorgenson, Valerie LaPorte, Lisa Mitchell, Sara Mullenmaster,Tamara Pelletier, and Tracie Randolph in partial fulfillment for CSD 3510 Stuttering taught by Cindy Spillers, Ph.D., University of Minnesota, Duluth, Spring Quarter 1997. (removed from external website).
- "Dysphagia" Wha? Do Stuttering Therapists Need to Study the Full Speech-Language-Hearing Curriculum? by Darrell Dodge, University of Colorado, Boulder, originally written for the ISAD online conference, 1998
Volume 2 - 2000
Volume 3 - 2001
The following presentations were produced by students of Linda Leeper at New Mexico State University. (note - August 2007 - these presentations have been removed from the NMSU server ).
- Cultural Considerations in the Assessment and Treatment of Stuttering by student Amy Punter Class of 2000, New Mexico State University.
- Counseling PWS and Their Families by student Theresa Pfaff Class of 2000, New Mexico State University.
- Fluency Disorders in Neurogenic Trauma & Disease by student Meena Banatwala Class of 2000, New Mexico State University.
- Reviews: International Stuttering Awareness Day 1998, 1999 by Rebecca Simpson Class of 2001, New Mexico State University.
- Dysfluency in Special Populations by student Julie Christy Class of 2001, New Mexico State University.
2002 - no submissions
Volume 4 - 2003
- A class project from Charlie Osborne's graduate class in stuttering at the University of Wisconsin - Steven's Point. The class members teamed to present "posters" and powerpoint presentations on various approaches to stuttering therapy. To open the presentations, you must have a powerpoint player installed on your computer. Some web browsers will open the powerpoints directly, others will download the powerpoints to your computer for you to view.
- Interview With A Person Who Clutters by Camil Reyes-Alami, for a class project in Fluency Disorders at Hunter College, CUNY (in New York City) and for the Fall 2003 semester. It is reprinted below with permission of both the student and the person interviewed.
Volume 5 - 2004
Volume 6 - 2005
Volume 7 - 2006
Volume 8 - 2007
last modified February 4, 2007