Stuttering Perspectives A Journey Through Research, Treatment, Controversies, and Personal Accounts
Stuttering Perspectives is a highly engaging book that interweaves discussion and research about stuttering with personal accounts.
Written in a reader-friendly and informal style, the book considers stuttering from a variety of angles, providing the reader with a nuanced and holistic view. In this way, topics such as therapy, support groups, listener reactions, and many others are not only explained within the context of current research, but also illustrated with lively examples demonstrating the stuttering experience. Fully updated in its second edition, the book includes new stories, additional discussion questions, and inclusion of contemporary stuttering issues not contained in the original version.
This book is highly relevant reading for speech and language professionals, as well as students of communication sciences and disorders. It will also be of great interest to people who stutter and anyone with an interest in fluency disorders.
- The Start
- What is Stuttering?
- Eighth Grade English Class
- How to read research (and non-research)
- The First Research Article Everyone Reads
- The Pianist
- Support Groups
- The Meeting
- The Stereotyping of People Who Stutter
- Stories of Listeners
- Friends, Family, and Significant Others
- Losing a Life
- Self-Improvement is Worth the Risk
- The Match of a Lifetime
- Odds ‘n’ Ends
- The Bottom Line
- Other Resources