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SpeechEasy Seeks Proposals For Future Research Studies
Date:7/25/2009

orida selected as the award recipient. Dr. Logan is currently initiating his research, entitled the "Effect of Concurrent Behavioral Fluency Therapy Upon Stuttering Treatment Outcomes in Speakers who Use the SpeechEasy Device."

"We believe that this research is critically needed, so that both clients and Speech-Language Pathologists can be provided with the most accurate and relevant information possible regarding our device," said Alan Newton, president of Janus. "We highly encourage any researchers with a background or experience in the field of fluency and fluency disorders to apply for this grant."

The complete RFP can be viewed online at http://www.speecheasy.com/rfp/RFP2009.pdf

About SpeechEasy
SpeechEasy is a portable, fluency-enhancing device that helps a high percentage of people who stutter speak more fluently with less effort. In the US alone, over 7,000 people who stutter have been fitted with a SpeechEasy device since it was first made available to the public in June 2001. Similar to a hearing aid, SpeechEasy is worn in or around the ear. But rather than amplify sound, it alters the way the user hears his or her own voice - changing the pitch and delaying it slightly to trick the brain into hearing a second voice speaking in unison. Such "choral" speech can alleviate stuttering in varying degrees, depending on the individual. SpeechEasy was developed by a team of communication disorder researchers at East Carolina University, and is marketed exclusively by Janus Development Group. SpeechEasy devices are available via a network of state licensed, ASHA (American Speech Language Hearing Association)-certified speech language pathologists. More information about SpeechEasy is available at www.sp
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