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Stuttering and Other Fluency Disorders

ISBN-10: 1577663012
ISBN-13: 9781577663010
Edition: 3rd 2004
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Book details

List price: $53.95
Edition: 3rd
Copyright year: 2004
Publisher: Waveland Press, Incorporated
Publication date: 8/1/2003
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 374
Size: 5.75" wide x 8.75" long x 0.75" tall
Weight: 1.386
Language: English

Preface
Introduction: The "Why" of this Book
Normal and Abnormal Speech Disfluency
Instructional Objectives
What Are Moments of Speech Disfluency?
Four Disorders that Yield Moments of Abnormal Speech Disfluency
Other Disorders Reported to Have a Stuttering-like Symptom
When Are Moments of Speech Disfluency Symptoms of a Fluency Disorder?
Fluency Disorders as Impairments, Disabilities, and Handicaps
Assignments
Symptomatology and Phenomenology of Fluency Disorders
Instructional Objectives
Symptomatology and Phenomenology of Stuttering
Symptomatology and Phenomenology of Cluttering
Symptomatology and Phenomenology of Neurogenic Acquired Stuttering
Symptomatology and Phenomenology of Psychogenic Acquired Stuttering
Assignments
The Person Who Has a Fluency Disorder
Instructional Objectives
The Person Who Stutters
The Person Who Manifests Cluttering
The Person Who Manifests Neurogenic Acquired Stuttering
The Person Who Manifests Psychogenic Acquired Stuttering
Assignments
Onset and Development
Instructional Objectives
Onset of Stuttering
Development of Stuttering
Onset and Development of Cluttering
Onset and Development of Neurogenic Acquired Stuttering
Onset and Development of Psychogenic Acquired Stuttering
Assignments
Etiology
Instructional Objectives
How Have Fluency Disorders Been Explained Historically?
Schemes for Categorizing Hypotheses about Stuttering
Is the Cause of Stuttering Physiological or Psychological?
What Factors Cause One Child to Be More at Risk for Stuttering than Another?
Why Do People Begin to Stutter?
Why Do People Continue to Stutter?
To What Extent Is Stuttering Learned Behavior?
Is Stuttering Truly a Disorder of Speech?
Is the Mystery of Stuttering Solvable?
Etiology of Cluttering
Etiology of Neurogenic Acquired Stuttering
Etiology of Psychogenic Acquired Stuttering
Assignments
Evaluation: Principles and Methods
Instructional Objectives
Reasons for Evaluating Speech Fluency
An Overview of the Evaluation Process
Cultural Considerations
Determining Whether a Client Has a Fluency Disorder
Determining Whether the Client Is at Risk for Stuttering or Developing a Stuttering Overlay on Another Fluency Disorder
Determining the Type of Fluency Disorder
Identifying the Behaviors in the Set that Defines a Client's Fluency Disorder
Answering Questions
Assessing Motivation
Making a Prognosis
Reasons for Not Scheduling Therapy for a Client Who Has a Disorder
Communicating Questions, Answers, and Recommendations
Assignments
Intervention: Principles, Goals, and Strategies
Instructional Objectives
"Do No Harm"
The Therapeutic Relationship
Cultural Considerations
Establishing Goals
Selecting and Implementing Intervention Strategies
Selecting and Implementing Intervention Strategies for Cluttering
Selecting and Implementing Intervention Strategies for Neurogenic Acquired Stuttering
Selecting and Implementing Intervention Strategies for Psychogenic Acquired Stuttering
Self-help for Stuttering and Other Fluency Disorders
Assessing/Documenting Therapy Outcome
Assignments
Preventing Stuttering
Instructional Objectives
Cultural Considerations
Preventing Stuttering in Young Children
Preventing Stuttering from Becoming a Disability and/or a Handicap
Preventing Overlays of Stuttering on Other Fluency Disorders
Can Cluttering, Neurogenic Acquired Stuttering, and Psychogenic Acquired Stuttering Be Prevented?
Appendices
References
Name Index
Subject Index

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