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Cluttering identified : Differential diagnostics between cluttering, stuttering and speech impairment related to learning disability

By Y. op 't Hof

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This study had the two following objectives: (1) clinical, diagnostic classification of the syndrome of cluttering and particularly the difference in symptomatology between cluttering and stuttering and between cluttering and speaking problems associated with learning disability; (2) to contribute to a (neurolinguistic) model of cluttering that provides a coherent explanation for the observed symptomatology; and elucidates the difference between cluttering and stuttering. The first part of this thesis (Chapter 2, 3, 4 and 5) focuses on evaluation of speech characteristics of persons with fluency disorders. The second part (Chapter 6 and 7) focuses on the underlying neurolinguistic processes in cluttering

Publisher: Utrecht University
Year: 2009
OAI identifier: oai:dspace.library.uu.nl:1874/36694
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