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From: John Tetnowski
Date: 29 Apr 2010
Time: 19:03:00 -0500
Remote Name: 220.127.116.11
Chrsitine, In my earlier experiences, I really had to transcribe the sample. Many of the nonfluencies were non-stuttering in nature. AS I listened to tehm over and over again, they were often rapid and irregular (more so than stuttering). Sometimes I found word medial and word final nonfluencies. the bottom line is that they may have sounded like stuttering at first glance, but tehy look (orthographically), and sound (after many listenings) different from stuttering. if I didn't know stuttering as well as I did, I am not sure that I could have discovered what I learned about cluttering. Thanks for a great question, John T.