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24 March 2008 24/03/2008 12:49:00 24 March 2008 Stuttering Questions Audio and Videos Stuttering in life – a 2-minutes/100-word speech sample from a client What is stuttering? A speech  pattern  involving audible  sound/syllable repetitions  and/or  prolongations  that yield a distinctive hesitancy or failure to proceed with the  “normal” stream of speech (from listener’s point of view) Now when people who stutter are asked what defines stuttering to them they  come up with alternative definitions o The repetitions and prolongations characteristic of most stuttering are  usually called  core features . o Core features may be accompanied by “bizarre” gestures (grimaces,  twitches, shifts in gaze) - - so-called  secondary features  – that  P ersons  W ho  S tutter may add to break blocks and restore the flow of speech. Acquired stuttering – developed into adulthood, they do not have the  secondary features that are used to release the blocks. Secondary features are in developmental stuttering, they are developed early  on with children who stutter - - - Speakers Point of View A speech  pattern  always associated with a  momentary sense of loss of  control , and often powerful  attitudes and feelings  relating to the fundamental  difficult of speaking, and the speaker’s (in)ability to succeed at it o For example, many people who stutter will develop specific word fears.  (in the clip, Diane feared the word “name”) These episodes become 
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This note was uploaded on 03/27/2008 for the course COM DIS 110 taught by Professor Weismer during the Spring '08 term at University of Wisconsin.

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