Newsletter - October 2018

Hi there,

Welcome to the October speechBITE newsletter! International Stuttering Awareness Day took place on 22nd October. This month we have a special edition of the newsletter for you, focusing on stuttering research. The papers included in this edition cover preschoolers, children, adolescents, and adults.

Our special edition newsletters are sent out bimonthly and feature all the latest published research in a clinical area. This year we have sent out editions on interventions for dysphagia, AAC interventions, and dose.

You can access all the speechBITE special edition newsletters from past years here.

Latest publications

Akin Senkal O, Ciyiltepe M (2018) Extensive stuttering therapy in Turkish children who stutter

Brown L, Wilson L et al (2016) An investigation of the effects of a speech-restructuring treatment for stuttering on the distribution of intervals of phonation

Chesters J, Möttönen R et al (2018) Transcranial direct current stimulation over left inferior frontal cortex improves speech fluency in adults who stutter

Imeson J, Lowe R et al (2018) The Lidcombe Program and child language development: Long-term assessment

Kauffman H (2016) Yoga: Potential benefits for persons who stutter 

LaSalle LR (2015) Slow speech rate effects on stuttering preschoolers with disordered phonology

Lee AS, Robb M et al (2016) Communication restriction in adults who stutter: Part III Clinical Linguistics and Phonetics

Menzies R, O'Brian S et al (2016) International Phase II clinical trial of CBTPsych: A standalone internet social anxiety treatment for adults who stutter 

Monteagudo E, Sawyer J et al (2017) The effects of actors vocal exercises for relaxation on fluency: A preliminary study

Rabaeys H, Bijleveld HA et al (2015) Influence of methylphenidate on the frequency of stuttering: A randomized controlled trial

Vong E, Wilson L et al (2016) The Lidcombe Program of early stuttering intervention for Malaysian families: Four case studies

Happy Reading!

The speechBITE team

The University of Sydney

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