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Stuttering and brain anatomy

...but researchers who studied adults with persistent stuttering found that these individuals had anatomical irregu... measure the brains of 16 persistent developmental stuttering (PDS) patients and 16 controls, the right and left temporal lobe were found to be significantly lar...

Brain defect may play role in stammering

According to a new study, stuttering could be caused by a structural fault in the left ...iversities of Hamburg and Gottingen report chronic stuttering seems to be the result of a lapse in the brain's cortex// in the left hemisphere, the area responsib...

Early treatment of stuttering can help children

...nvestigations suggest that treating the problem of stuttering early in life, like before the children join schoo... (the Lidcombe program) developed specifically for stuttering in preschool children to see whether its effects were significantly and clinically greater than thos...

Supporting children with stress key to improve stuttering

...fore, if we know more about how emotions influence stuttering and then use this information to more effectively ...tion to decrease the long-term negative effects of stuttering in children as they get older," she continued. "We have long thought emotional development influe...

With an aim to cure stuttering

...d a cure. The largest clinical trial of a drug for stuttering gave hopeful results, according to the company. However, even larger trials were needed. According to New York Times, larger trials could take 2-3 years but if they succeed, Pagoclone would become the first medicine for treating the problem. Rese...

Bird Song Study Provides Clues to Human Speech Disorders

... lead to an improved understanding of the cause of stuttering and other speech problems. By using specifically...nto treatments for patients with disorders such as stuttering and verbal dyspraxia," said Henning U. Voss, Ph.D., first author on the PNAS paper and assistant pro...

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