Research on Stuttering
Journals, Abstracts, and Online Bibliographies about stuttering are available in The Library
Research reports/findings regarding possible etiology of stuttering
Miscellaneous research projects and conference papers/presentations that are online.
- Neurological research
- Language-based research
- Genetics research
- Oro-motor control research
- Diagnosogenic Theory research
- ASHA Convention handouts and/or references to papers relating to fluency disorders - 2006-2013
- Session Handouts from the International Project Attitudes
Toward Human Attributes
- International Stuttering Awareness Day Online Conferences
- October 1-22, 2013, papers
- October 1-22, 2012, papers
- October 1-22, 2011, papers
- October 1-22, 2010, papers
- October 1-22, 2009, papers
- October 1-22, 2008, papers
- October 1-22, 2007, papers
- October 1-22, 2006, papers
- October 1-22, 2005, papers
- October 1-22, 2004, papers
- October 1-22, 2003, papers
- October 1-22, 2002, papers
- October 1-22, 2001, papers
- October 1-22, 2000, papers
- October 1-22, 1999, papers
- October 1-22, 1998, papers
- The following CAPS 1993 Conference Papers are among those that
have been placed online on the CAPS home page
- Papers presented at the 2nd IFA Congress on Fluency Disorders, San Francisco, CA, 1997
- Papers presented at the 4th IFA World Congress for People Who Stutter, Linkoeping, Sweden, 1995
- Some Keys to Understanding Stuttering and its Management by WilliamWebster at a SpeakEasy Symposium, May 1995, placed online by the British Stammering Association.
- The Origin of My Points of View by Robert Quesal, from an essay first presented at the 1996 American Speech-Language-Hearing Association Convention in Seattle, as part of a panel presentation entitled "Successful Treatment of Fluency Disorders: Examples of Long-Term Change."
- Papers presented at the 2nd World Congress of Fluency Disorders, San Francisco, CA., 1997
- What's a Teacher to Do - by Louise Heite, Iceland, a paper presented at the ELSA Conference in Dublin, Feb.-Mar.1998.
- Bob Quesal's Keynote Address We're All In This Together, 1998 NSP Convention in Atlanta, GA.
- Papers Presented at the International Fluency Association First World Congress on Fluency Disorders Munich, Germany, August 8-12, 1994.
- The NSP Mission Statement and a Vision for the Future - by Lee Reeves, NSA Board Chairman. Opening address at the 1998 NSP Convention in Atlanta, GA.
- A Neurological Basis for Stuttering and the Symptoms of Stuttering - a poster session from the 2001 ASHA convention by Gregory J Snyder & Monica Strauss Hough.
- Stuttering Scripts: The Transactional Analysis of Stuttering Therapy by William Rosenthal
- Relationship of Change in Ego-State to Outcome of Stuttering Therapy: Preliminary Findings by William Rosenthal
- Ego-State Change and Objective Fluency Measures in Stuttering Therapy by William Rosenthal
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