Time Pressure Effects in People Who Do and Do not Stutter
Speech Language Pathology
There is little empirical evidence regarding time pressure effects on spoken fluency. This research studied the effects of time pressure on oral reading fluency in PWS and PWNS. The study examines the differences in perceived experiences during oral readings in the absence and presence of time constraints upon those oral readings. Statistical findings within and between the two groups will be presented. Results related to clinical and functional communicative domains will be discussed.
California Speech Language Hearing Association 2019
03/14/2019 - 03/17/2019
Susca, Michael, "Time Pressure Effects in People Who Do and Do not Stutter" (2019). All Faculty Scholarship. 222.