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Some stuttering treatments are 'possibly effective' for some people, but more rigorous trials are required

By Robin Lickley


The article discusses a study designed to determine how effective are behavioural, cognitive, and related approaches to stuttering therapy. The study was designed as a systematic review with trial-quality assessment. Included studies involved treatment of persistent developmental stuttering in any age group. Studies included had to focus on the efficacy, effectiveness, or outcomes of nonpharmacological interventions

Publisher: Psychology Press
Year: 2007
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