Blogger Offers Insights on the Evolution of Stuttering in Individuals - PresenceLearning

We have become fans of an interesting blog called Stuttering.Me that offers a stutterer‘s perspective on speech-language pathology and the intricacies of stuttering. The blogger Greg Snyder, an assistant professor of Communication Sciences and Disorders, comes up with his own theories about why stuttering intensifies or changes in some individuals.

Greg’s latest posts include a review of digital speech aids and an article on how the brain repairs stuttering.

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