My personal walk with cluttering: From non-believer to believer

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Re: Cluttering

From: John Tetnowski
Date: 25 Apr 2010
Time: 21:22:51 -0500
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Thanks for the question. Cluttering most often is concomitant to language disorders. They can range from expressive language delays/disorders, and may affect all encoding tasks (verbal and written), and may also affect language decoding abilities, such as reading and auditory comprehension. It may also be concomitant to other speech disorders, including stuttering, apraxia , and motor speech disorders. It can also be concomitant to ADHD, ADD, and other cognotive and behavioral disorders/differences. In the special issue of Journal of Fluency Disorders on Cluttering, there are many case reports of cluttering and a wide variety of concomitant disorders. I suggest at least paging through the Table of Contents. It is a great issue. I appreciate your reading the paper and I appreciate your question. John Tetnowski

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