Child Neuropsychology. Clinical Practice by John E. Obrzut and George W. Hynd (Eds.)

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Moore, 1959), anomalies in the dynamics of articulation (Zimmerman, 1980a, 1980b), variations in regional cerebral blood flow (Wood, Stump, McKeehan, Shelton, & Proctor, 1980), and differences in laryngeal behavior between the various types of stuttering (Conture, McCall, & Brewer, 1977). In addition, stuttered speech reportedly can be significantly distinguished from normal speech even when written transcriptions of speech samples are used (Wingate, 1977), although this requires further validation.

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