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TOC: Journal of Fluency Disorders, Vol.27 No.2

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Message 1: Journal of Fluency Disorders, 07705, Vol 27 Iss 2

Date: Thu, 6 Jun 2002 10:15:33 +0100
From: Neden, Julie (ELS) <j.nedenelsevier.co.uk>
Subject: Journal of Fluency Disorders, 07705, Vol 27 Iss 2

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Journal: Journal of Fluency Disorders
ISSN : 0094-730X
Volume : 27
Issue : 2
Date : Apr-2002

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http://www.elsevier.com/locate/jnlnr/07705
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Table of Contents:


Effects of concurrent cognitive processing on the fluency of word
repetition: comparison between persons who do and do not stutter
H.-G. Bosshardt
pp 93-114

Speech treatment and support group experiences of people who
participate in the National Stuttering Association
J.S. Yaruss, R.W. Quesal, L. Reeves, L.F. Molt, B. Kluetz, A.J.
Caruso, J.A. McClure, F. Lewis
pp 115-134

Listener perceptions along a fluency-disfluency continuum: A
phenomenological analysis
M. Susca, E.C. Healey
pp 135-161

Early stuttering as a type of language difficulty
O. Bloodstein
pp 163-167

Thomas and Howell (2001): Yet another ''exercise in mega-silliness''?
R.J. Ingham, A.K. Bothe
pp 169-174

Incorporating effectiveness research in assessing the validity of
stuttering treatments
E.A. Storch
pp 175-176

Meta-analysis and scientific standards in efficacy research: a reply
to Ingham and Bothe and Storch
P. Howell, C. Thomas
pp 177-184

IFA news
pp 185
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