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

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Re: Nonfluencies study question

From: John Tetnowski
Date: 29 Apr 2010
Time: 19:06:20 -0500
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Lindsey, As you probably have learned, stuttering nonfluencies are primarily part-word repetitions, single-syllable word repetition, prolongations and blocks. Many of the nonfluencies in cluttering are different including whole word repetitions, phrase repetitions, revisions with retrails, broken words, etc. In addition some of the non-stuttering nonfluencies were very rapid and irregular and sometimes appeared in word medial and word final positions. Thanks for the question, John Tetnowski

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