Current Issue - Volume 3, Issue 2

Stressors associated with the onset of stuttering in native Dutch-speaking children
Ronny A. Boey, Floris L. Wuyts, Paul H. Van de Heyning, Louis Heylen, Reinhard Stoop, Marc S. De Bodt
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Digital Audio and Self-Help for People Who Stutter
Greg Snyder, Peter Reitzes, and Eric Jackson
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The Use of Altered Speech Feedback in Prosthetic Stuttering Management
Greg Snyder
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The Existence of Stuttering in Sign Language and other Forms of Expressive Communication
Greg Snyder
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A Selected Review and Comment on Stuttering Treatment Measurements and Therapy Effectiveness
Greg Snyder
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School-age Children who Stutter: Attitude Changes Following a Thinking Skills Program
Joseph Agius
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The Demedicalization of Stuttering: Towards a Notion of Transfluency
Cristóbal Loriente
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Would You Date a Person Who Stutters? College Students Respond
Robert Mayo & Carolyn M. Mayo
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   The Journal of Stuttering Therapy, Advocacy & Research (JSTAR) is a free online publication offering practical therapy ideas and original research on the nature and advocacy of stuttering and stuttering-related issues. JSTAR welcomes submissions and contributions from professionals, people who stutter, and other interested parties in the form of original articles & research, theories on clinical and therapeutic practice, methodologies and experiences for the advocacy of stuttering and the stuttering population, and other issues pertaining to stuttering and stuttering treatment.

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