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No. Year Title Co-occurring Abbreviation
2019 Social Judgments of Digitally Manipulated Stuttered Speech: An Evaluation of Self-Disclosure on Cognition. ---
2018 Assisted and unassisted recession of functional anomalies associated with dysprosody in adults who stutter. AWS, CP
2018 Backward masking of tones and speech in people who do and do not stutter. BM, VC
2018 Behavior Assessment Battery: Normative and Psychometric Investigation Among Polish Adults Who Do and Do Not Stutter. BAB, PWNS
2017 EEG Mu () rhythm spectra and oscillatory activity differentiate stuttering from non-stuttering adults. ---
2017 Fear of Negative Evaluation, Trait Anxiety, and Judgment Bias in Adults who Stutter. FNE, PWNS
2017 Functional neural circuits that underlie developmental stuttering. GC, HPM, ICA, SMA, TD
2016 Carry-over fluency induced by extreme prolongations: A new behavioral paradigm. DAF
2016 General vulnerability to stuttering: The experience of stuttering and conditions bringing about invulnerability. ---
10  2016 Utility of virtual reality environments to examine physiological reactivity and subjective distress in adults who stutter. VREs
11  2015 Real enough: using virtual public speaking environments to evoke feelings and behaviors targeted in stuttering assessment and treatment. VREs
12  2015 Retention of implicit sequence learning in persons who stutter and persons with Parkinson's disease. PPD
13  2014 Compilation of a preliminary checklist for the differential diagnosis of neurogenic stuttering. DS, NS
14  2014 Diffusion imaging of cerebral white matter in persons who stutter: evidence for network-level anomalies. FA, NBS, PFS, TBSS, vPMC
15  2014 Functional connectivity changes in adults with developmental stuttering: a preliminary study using quantitative electro-encephalography. QOL, sLORETA, TSS-R
16  2014 Impaired timing adjustments in response to time-varying auditory perturbation during connected speech production in persons who stutter. AF
17  2014 Stuttering, induced fluency, and natural fluency: a hierarchical series of activation likelihood estimation meta-analyses. ---
18  2014 Systematic studies of modified vocalization: the effect of speech rate on speech production measures during metronome-paced speech in persons who stutter. ---
19  2014 The effectiveness of stuttering treatments in Germany. ---
20  2013 Early-stage chunking of finger tapping sequences by persons who stutter and fluent speakers. BCIs
21  2013 Motor learning cannot explain stuttering adaptation. ---
22  2013 The effect of speech rate on stuttering frequency, phonated intervals, speech effort, and speech naturalness during chorus reading. PIs
23  2013 Verbal implicit sequence learning in persons who stutter and persons with Parkinson's disease. PPD
24  2012 Autonomic arousal in adults who stutter prior to various reading tasks intended to elicit changes in stuttering frequency. HR, SC
25  2012 Brain activity in adults who stutter: similarities across speaking tasks and correlations with stuttering frequency and speaking rate. ECR
26  2012 Phonation interval modification and speech performance quality during fluency-inducing conditions by adults who stutter. FI
27  2012 Weak responses to auditory feedback perturbation during articulation in persons who stutter: evidence for abnormal auditory-motor transformation. ---
28  2011 Dual tasking and stuttering: from the laboratory to the clinic. ---
29  2011 Systematic studies of modified vocalization: speech production changes during a variation of metronomic speech in persons who do and do not stutter. ---
30  2011 The integrity of anticipatory coarticulation in fluent and non-fluent tokens of adults who stutter. LE
31  2010 Methodological considerations in the measurement of reaction time in persons who stutter. PNS, RT, VFI
32  2010 Overreliance on auditory feedback may lead to sound/syllable repetitions: simulations of stuttering and fluency-inducing conditions with a neural model of speech production. ---
33  2009 Effects of perceived causality on perceptions of persons who stutter. ---
34  2009 Jobs, sex, love and lifestyle: when nonstutterers assume the roles of stutterers. ---
35  2009 Sensory feedback dependence hypothesis in persons who stutter. ---
36  2009 Speech skill learning of persons who stutter and fluent speakers under single and dual task conditions. ---
37  2009 What do people who stutter want--fluency or freedom? ---
38  2008 Health and human services for persons who stutter and education of logopedists in East-European countries. IALP
39  2007 Sequence skill learning in persons who stutter: implications for cortico-striato-thalamo-cortical dysfunction. ---
40  2007 The effects of self-disclosure and non self-disclosure of stuttering on listeners' perceptions of a person who stutters. ---
41  2006 Frequency of stuttering during challenging and supportive virtual reality job interviews. VR, VREs
42  2006 Phoneme monitoring in silent naming and perception in adults who stutter. PNS
43  2006 Phonological encoding in the silent speech of persons who stutter. PNS
44  2006 Speech and nonspeech sequence skill learning in adults who stutter. ---
45  2006 The Behavior Assessment Battery: a preliminary study of non-stuttering Pakistani grade-school children. BAB, BCL, CAT, SSC
46  2006 The transition to increased automaticity during finger sequence learning in adult males who stutter. PNS
47  2003 Stuttering: a dynamic motor control disorder. SD, TS
48  2003 The nature and treatment of stuttering as revealed by fMRI A within- and between-group comparison. fMRI, PWNS, RFO
49  2000 Variations in the relative speeds of orofacial structures with stuttering severity. ---