Some Information about Communication
Toastmasters and other organizations about public speaking
Toastmasters is an International organization devoted to provide the tools to help people communicate effectively by speaking to groups in a comfortable setting. This organization is not designed specifically for People Who Stutter, but many have found the organization helpful.
Public Speaking Speech Topics and Ideas - from "selecting a topic, to writing, and delivering"
- Information about Toastmasters and speeches delivered, from PWS
- Public Speaking for Stutterers by Russ Hicks, a paper written for the International Stuttering Awareness Day Online Conference, Oct. 1-22, 1999
Over 10,000 Speech Topic Ideas for all types of speeches.
SpeechTips is a "free guide to speech writing and delivery for every occasion."
Communication in Relationships by Michael Smith, PhD.
Lee Glickstein's Speaking Circles, International
Student Guide to Public Speaking Tips, Resources & Inspiration for Giving Presentations & Speeches in School
TALKTIPS@POBOXES.COM is a bi-monthly newsletter which includes topics such as self-improvement tips for more effective personal and professional communication. To subscribe send the following message in the SUBJECT line to firstname.lastname@example.org subscribe_Talktips
This is a version of the Stroop effect that has fascinated psychologists since 1935 when J. R. Stroop first studied the phenomenon in a learning experiment. The experiment provides an opportunity for many people who don't stutter to experience what it is like, at least momentarily, not to have control of their articulators.
This page has also been translated into Hindi by Nathan Zed
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links checked November 30, 2017
last updated June 10, 2018