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Abbreviation : PWS
Long Form : people who stutter
No. Year Title Co-occurring Abbreviation
2020 Reliability, validity, and normative investigation of the Persian version of the Communication Attitude Test for Adults Who Stutter (BigCAT). ICC, PWNS
2019 Adult stuttering and attentional ability: A meta-analytic review. PWNS
2019 Online cathodal transcranial direct current stimulation to the right homologue of Broca's area improves speech fluency in people who stutter. RB, tDCS
2019 Self-acceptance, resilience, coping and satisfaction of life in people who stutter. PWNS
2019 The influence of workplace discrimination and vigilance on job satisfaction with people who stutter. PWNS
2018 Comparing the performance of people who stutter and people who do not stutter on the Test of Everyday Attention. PWNS, TEA
2018 Identification of neural structures involved in stuttering using vibrotactile feedback. ---
2018 Planum temporale asymmetry in people who stutter. ---
2018 The Effects of Fluency Enhancing Conditions on Sensorimotor Control of Speech in Typically Fluent Speakers: An EEG Mu Rhythm Study. DAF, EEG, ERS, ICA, NS
10  2017 Abnormal auditory synchronization in stuttering: A magnetoencephalographic study. PLF, PLV
11  2017 EEG Mu () rhythm spectra and oscillatory activity differentiate stuttering from non-stuttering adults. ---
12  2017 Evidence-based guidelines for being supportive of people who stutter in North America. ---
13  2017 Investigating the feasibility of using transcranial direct current stimulation to enhance fluency in people who stutter. tDCS
14  2017 Personal Perceptions and Perceived Public Opinion About Stuttering in the United States: Implications for Anti-Stigma Campaigns. ---
15  2017 Speech Situation Checklist-Revised: Investigation With Adults Who Do Not Stutter and Treatment-Seeking Adults Who Stutter. SSC
16  2017 Stuttering generalization self-measure: Preliminary development of a self-measuring tool. SGSM
17  2017 The experience of stuttering among Ultra-Orthodox and Secular/Traditional Jews. PSS, SABC, SLSS, ST, UO
18  2017 The perceived impact of stuttering on personality as measured by the NEO-FFI-3. ---
19  2017 The role of anxiety in stuttering: Evidence from functional connectivity. fMRI
20  2016 Associations between beliefs about and reactions toward people who stutter. SUR
21  2016 How fluent is the fluent speech of people who stutter? A new approach to measuring kinematics with ultrasound. PNS, UTI
22  2016 Linguistic and emotional-valence characteristics of reading passages for clinical use and research. ---
23  2016 Reactions of protective service workers towards people who stutter. ---
24  2016 Relationship between Speech Production and Perception in People Who Stutter. IFC
25  2015 Anomalous white matter morphology in adults who stutter. PWNS, WM
26  2015 Beliefs of teachers versus non-teachers about people who stutter. ---
27  2015 Personality attributes of Iranian people who stutter. NEO-FFI
28  2015 Reactions of teachers versus non-teachers toward people who stutter. ---
29  2015 Stuttering as a trait or state - an ALE meta-analysis of neuroimaging studies. ---
30  2014 Anxiety and speaking in people who stutter: an investigation using the emotional Stroop task. ---
31  2014 Extraversion and communication attitude in people who stutter: A preliminary study. ---
32  2014 Korean speech-language pathologists' attitudes toward stuttering according to clinical experiences. CATS, SLPs
33  2014 The impact of threat and cognitive stress on speech motor control in people who stutter. PNS
34  2014 Understanding perceptions of stuttering among school-based speech-language pathologists: an application of attribution theory. SLPs
35  2013 The SpeechEasy device in stuttering and nonstuttering adults: fluency effects while speaking and reading. ---
36  2012 Arab school teachers' knowledge, beliefs and reactions regarding stuttering. POSHA-S
37  2012 Immediate effects of AAF devices on the characteristics of stuttering: a clinical analysis. AAF, DAF, FAF
38  2012 Long-term effectiveness of the SpeechEasy fluency-enhancement device. ---
39  2012 Neural control of rising and falling tones in Mandarin speakers who stutter. ---
40  2012 Stuttering characteristics of German-English bilingual speakers. ---
41  2011 Developing the therapeutic relationship: from 'expert' professional to 'expert' person who stutters. EBP
42  2011 Investigating the inner speech of people who stutter: evidence for (and against) the covert repair hypothesis. ---
43  2011 Self-help conferences for people who stutter: a qualitative investigation. IPA
44  2011 Spatiotemporal signatures of an abnormal auditory system in stuttering. GM
45  2011 Speech motor skill and stuttering. ---
46  2011 Speech sequence skill learning in adults who stutter. PNS
47  2010 University students' explanations for their descriptions of people who stutter: an exploratory mixed model study. ---
48  2010 University students' perceptions of the life effects of stuttering. ---
49  2009 Brain activation abnormalities during speech and non-speech in stuttering speakers. HG, STG
50  2008 Bite-block perturbation in people who stutter: immediate compensatory and delayed adaptive processes. ---
51  2008 Effects of stuttering severity and therapy involvement on role entrapment of people who stutter. VAS
52  2008 Investigating speech motor practice and learning in people who stutter. PNS
53  2008 The speech naturalness of people who stutter speaking under delayed auditory feedback as perceived by different groups of listeners. DAF
54  2006 Effects of stuttering severity and therapy involvement on attitudes towards people who stutter. ---
55  2004 Slower and incomplete retrieval of speech motor plans is the proximal source of stuttering: stutters occur when syllable motor plans stored in memory are concatenated to produce the utterance motor plan. ---
56  2004 Subjective Screening of Stuttering severity, locus of control and avoidance: research edition. SSS
57  2001 Sharing stories: life history narratives in stuttering research. ---