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By Anne K. Bothe

This booklet is the results of a "State-of-the-Art-Conference" held on the collage of Georgia devoted to the evidence-based remedy of stuttering. a global staff of sought after fluency researchers and clinicians have been invited to give and talk about present info and concerns on the topic of the therapy of stuttering. the subject used to be outlined to incorporate proof approximately stuttering, proof approximately stuttering therapy, and discussions of the way that facts may still advisor the ongoing learn and perform. the specific hyperlink among empirical facts and recommendations for medical perform is the aim of the publication. The e-book starts off by way of addressing the thought of "evidence-based perform" and considers its implications for stuttering remedy. half II offers the intersection of the character of stuttering; the theories of stuttering; and the results of nature, idea, and different wisdom for stuttering remedy judgements. half III presents of the various size matters dealing with stuttering therapy via half IV, that's dedicated to the standard of remedy learn proof, for particular remedies and by way of a few extra basic methodological matters. the ultimate half summarizes the scientific ideas made in the course of the ebook and discusses evidence-based, outcomes-focused medical judgements for stuttering. those chapters are meant to supply "state-of-the-art" details to researchers, clinicians, and scholars who're drawn to constructing, deciding upon, or utilizing the absolute best evidence-based remedies for stuttering.

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It was argued (Ingham, 1998) that functional brain imaging could be an exciting development for stuttering research, provided it avoids falling into the same clinically barren wasteland that speech-motor (SM) research on stuttering has fallen into. 1 One reason, it was argued, was a preoccupation with descriptive rather than experimental research that failed to seek variables that can change stuttering. But therein resides a first-rate “petard hoister”: it is far from clear that brain-imaging research has done much better.

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