Other related fluency disorders
An extensive web page about cluttering and cluttering resources was added to the Stuttering Home Page on January 5, 2011 at http://www.mnsu.edu/comdis/kuster/cluttering.html
Stuttering and Co-Existing Learning, Behavioral or Cognitive Challenges
- Down Syndrome
- Dysfluency, Stuttering and Down Syndrome
- Stuttering and Down Syndrome Abstracts
- The Nature of Dysfluency in Down's Syndrome
- What Can We Do About Dysfluency, Stammering, Getting Stuck - a 14 page PDF format, also available in html format What Can We Do about Dysfluency, Stammering, Getting Stuck? from the Down's Syndrome Association Newsletter, Spring 2005
- Treating Down's Children Who Stutter by Judith Eckardt, paper written for ISAD online conference, 2008.
- Brochure: Down's Syndrome and Stuttering in html or PDF from The Stuttering Foundation.
- The nature of dysfluency in Down's syndrome - Monica Bray's survey on dysfluency in Down's syndrome and at the success or otherwise of different treatment approaches, from the British Stammering Association
- Speech Dysfluencies in People with Down Syndrome - Kurt Eggers, Chris De Bal, ASHA Convention PPT - 2006
- St. Louis , Ken (1986) The Atypical Stutterer, Academic Press, has a chapter by Eugene Cooper, "The Mentally Retarded Stutterer" which covers some basics of assessment with that population and gives an adaptation of his Personalized Fluency Control Therapy for this population.
- Treating Children Who Stutter With Co-Existing Learning, Behavioral, or Cognitive Challenges by E. Charles Healey, Robert Reid, and Joseph Donaher
- ADHD and Stuttering: A Tutorial by E. Charles Healey and Robert Reid (article was published in the Journal of Fluency Disorders (2003), Vol. 28, pp. 79-93)
Reports of "Unusual Stuttering"
- Penmanship Stuttering
by E. W. Scripture, Ph.D., M.D., visiting physician for Speech Defects to Randall's Island, New York City, reprinted from Journal of AMA, May 8, 1909, p. 1480-1481
- Stuttering playing musical instruments
- Fluency Disruption in Speech and in Wind Instrument Playing by Ann Packman and Mark Onslow.
- Additional references to "stuttering and musical instruments."
- Meltzer, A. (1992). Horn Stuttering. JOURNAL OF FLUENCY
DISORDERS, 17, 4. 257-264
- Silverman, Franklin H and Bohlman, Patricia (1988) Flute Stuttering, Journal of Fluency Disorders 13, 427-428.
- Van Riper, Charles (1952) Report of Stuttering on a Musical Instrument, Journal of Speech and Hearing Disorders, 17, 433-434.
- Stuttering in Sign Language
- My Friend Ben: A Book about Tics and Tourette Syndrome - a book for sale, but has a preview option that lets you read the book online (www.lulu.com/browse/preview.php?fCID=121612).
- Stuttering and Tourette's Syndrome SFA brochure by Luc De Nil, Ph.D., Chair of the Graduate Department of Speech-Language Pathology, University of Toronto, and Paul Sandor, M.D., Director of the Tourette's Syndrome Clinic, University Health Network.
- Understanding Tourette Syndrome: A Handbook for Educators published by The Tourette Syndrome Foundation of Canada.
- The National Tourette Syndrome Association
- Gilles De La Tourette Syndrome from OMIM
- ATourette Syndrome primer of material by collected by Dale E. Hammerschmidt, M.D., University of Minnesota
Tourette Syndrome Home Page by Raenna Peiss.
- Tourette's Syndrome Can Be a Social Stigma from University of Iowa Health Science Relations and Robert Rodnitzky, MD
- Tourette Syndrome by Leslie E. Packer, PhD, a licensed psychologist with a degree in experimental psychology, and the mother of two teenagers who both have TS.
- Tourette Disorder by Internet Mental Health
What Should I Say Next?, an Internet WebQuest on Tourette Syndrome created by Ariana Puig, Charles W. Flannigan High School to help individual or groups of high school students learn about Tourette syndrome.
- The Basal Ganglia's Possible Role in Stuttering: An Examination of Similarities between Stuttering, Tourette Syndrome, Dystonia, and other Neurological-Based Disorders of Movement by Larry Molt
- Disfluency Associated with Tourette's Syndrome: Two Case Studies by John Tetnowski and Joseph Donaher_from Louisiana and Pennsylvania, USA
- Tic Disorders Including Tourette Syndrome
(a voice disorder in which momentary interruption of phonation results from sudden overadduction of the vocal folds. It is sometimes referred to as "laryngeal stuttering.")
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