A Handbook on Stuttering
A Handbook On Stuttering was written to guide the reader to the edge of our knowledge about stuttering and, where the edge is not well defined, to point out where the footing is insecure and where we stand on solid ground.Dr. Bloodstein continues to produce a manual that is at once thorough and enjoyable to read for both the fledgling clinician and the seasoned pro. TEXTBOOK
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Theories of Stuttering
Prevalence and Incidence
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