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Stuttering: Myth & Reality: Resources

Stuttering: Myth & Reality

The Department of Speech-Language Pathology will present a special CME event on Wednesday, September 10, 2014 that includes a screening of the 2010 film, The King's Speech, followed by a panel discussion. This supplemental resource guide and display, Stuttering: Myth & Reality, gives an overview of stuttering from three different perspectives - historical, current, and personal.  

Historical Perspective

Current Perspectives

American  Speech-Language-Hearing Association - Information on Stuttering

Speech-Language Pathology Medical Review Guidelines

Stuttering Treatement Research 1970-2005: I. Systematic Review Incorporating Trial Quality Assessment of Behavioral, Cognitive, and Related Approaches 

Stuttering Treatment Research 1970-2005: II. Systematic Review Incorporating Trial Quality Assessment of Pharmacological Approaches

Effectiveness of Behavioral Stuttering Treatment: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis

The King's Speech

The King's Speech DVD is available for checkout at the Health Sciences Library:

Books at the Health Sciences Library on Stuttering

Search for books on stuttering at the Health Sciences Library, or browse the titles below.


Ebooks on Stuttering

Search for ebooks in the eBooks Portal

Searching directly in our eBook Central database will allow you to refine your search, and may produce more results because this database searches inside the text of its ebooks.