Stuttering: Foundations and Clinical Applications, 2/e has been considered the most comprehensive, complete presentation of the science and treatment of stuttering available in a single text—how stuttering is explained, and how stuttering is treated. The text is unique in its coverage of the stuttering population, its in-depth look at stuttering therapy at various ages, and its original approach that invites students to offer critical appraisals of differing theoretical viewpoints. The new Second Edition has been revamped editorially to ensure ease of readability. It highlights sections with the latest scientific knowledge of stuttering regarding incidence and prevalence, onset natural recovery, and genetics; includes completely revised sections on brain anatomy and physiology, motor aspects, and cluttering; and updates the material with new case studies, tables and figures, and a new outline format for treatment procedures.
Table of contents
Part I: Nature of Stuttering
1 What Is Stuttering?
2 Who and How Many Stutter?
3 When and How Does Stuttering Begin? How Does It Develop?
4 Where Does Stuttering End? What are its Advanced Characteristics?
Part II: Explanations of Stuttering
5 Why Do People Stutter? Evaluating Theories and Models
6 Is Stuttering Psychological? Theories and Investigations
7 Is Stuttering Biological? Theories and Investigations
Part III: Clinical Management of Stuttering
8 Assessment of Adults and School-Age Children
9 Assessment of Preschool-Age Children
10 Stuttering Therapy Overview: Issues and Directions
11 Therapy for Adults: Focus on Emotional Reactions
12 Therapy for Adults: Focus on Stuttering and Fluency
13 Therapy for School-Age Children
14 Therapy for Preschool-Age Children
15 Other Fluency Disorders; Cultural and Bilingual Issues
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