Putting Cluttering on the World Map: Formation of the International Cluttering Association

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Re: congratulations and 2 questions/future work and thesis

From: Mona N.S. Fenichel, Ph.D. and grad student in SLP
Date: 20 Oct 2007
Time: 14:23:53 -0500
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Thank you, Florence, cluttering seems like an area that needs more attention to be given to and has a need for research. I am starting to think about my master's thesis right now (literally this weekend). I am interested in doing a cross-cultural approach (speaking German and French), e.g a survey on therapy aaproaches done in Germany or Austria compared to the U.S. (my languages are German and French, and I would like to use them to access knowledge of what is going on in other countries in terms of therapies and EBP.) Maybe cluttering would be the area? I am very intersted in dysfluencies since I met many people dear to me over the years (strangely mostly in Europe) who had dysfluencies. Would you have any suggestions? Thank you!

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