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Many researchers Tom Weidig (thestutteringbrain.blogspot.com) 02 Oct 2005
Flawed research Ed Feuer 02 Oct 2005
Re: Flawed research John Tetnowski 11 Oct 2005
Re: Flawed research 12 Oct 2005
stuttering research? Rick 03 Oct 2005
Re: stuttering research? William Rosenthal 04 Oct 2005
Re: stuttering research? Tom Weidig (thestutteringbrain.blogspot.com) 05 Oct 2005
DAF for VIKRAM GERT REUNES 04 Oct 2005
Re: DAF for VIKRAM Vikram 24 Oct 2005
Frequency of Covert vs. Overt Stuttering Stan Fisher, Boston 04 Oct 2005
Re: Frequency of Covert vs. Overt Stuttering Klaas Bakker 05 Oct 2005
No fluency shaping or van Ripper for covert stutterers? Tom Weidig (thestutteringbrain.blogspot.com) 07 Oct 2005
Re: No fluency shaping or van Ripper for covert stutterers? Klaas Bakker 07 Oct 2005
Re: Frequency of Covert vs. Overt Stuttering Bailey Levis 11 Oct 2005
drug studies for stuttering Patti Bohlman 05 Oct 2005
Post question to Nathan Lavid Tom Weidig (thestutteringbrain.blogspot.com) 07 Oct 2005
Re: drug studies for stuttering Nathan Lavid, M.D. 07 Oct 2005
Re: drug studies for stuttering Patti Bohlman 07 Oct 2005
Re: drug studies for stuttering Nathan Lavid, M.D. 09 Oct 2005
Re: drug studies for stuttering Patti Bohlman 13 Oct 2005
recent PET/fMRI studies Beth in Oklahoma 06 Oct 2005
There are two studies that show changes Tom Weidig (thestutteringbrain.blogspot.com) 07 Oct 2005
Iceberg? Anita Blom 07 Oct 2005
Re: Iceberg? William Rosenthal 09 Oct 2005
Genetic Path of Stuttering Robert Shields 09 Oct 2005
Re: Genetic Path of Stuttering Tom Weidig (thestutteringbrain.blogspot.com) 10 Oct 2005
Re: Genetic Path of Stuttering Bailey Levis 11 Oct 2005
Re: Genetic Path of Stuttering Rick 12 Oct 2005
Cluttering and stuttering Darlene Lengel 09 Oct 2005
Re: Cluttering and stuttering Klaas Bakker 10 Oct 2005
Left Hemisphere stimulation Robert Shields, WWU 09 Oct 2005
Re: Left Hemisphere stimulation Tom Weidig (thestutteringbrain.blogspot.com) 10 Oct 2005
Would commonalities assist research? Alan Badmington 13 Oct 2005
Re: Would commonalities assist research? Hans-Georg Bosshardt 14 Oct 2005
Re: Would commonalities assist research? Alan Badmington (to Hans-Georg Bosshardt ) 14 Oct 2005
Perfect fluency in speaking up alone, strong stuttering in talking to other people why? Andres Loorand, Estonian Association of People Who Stutter 15 Oct 2005
An explanation without the need of psychological factors. Tom Weidig (thestutteringbrain.blogspot.com) 16 Oct 2005
Re: An explanation without the need of psychological factors. john kagie 19 Oct 2005
Re: An explanation without the need of psychological factors. Tom Weidig (thestutteringbrain.blogspot.com) 21 Oct 2005
relapse in children s 15 Oct 2005
Re: relapse in children Ann Packman 18 Oct 2005
Re: relapse in children 18 Oct 2005
Re: relapse in children William Rosenthal 18 Oct 2005
Re: relapse in children Tom Weidig (thestutteringbrain.blogspot.com) 19 Oct 2005
Are children fluent before they are dysfluent? Tom Weidig (thestutteringbrain.blogspot.com) 19 Oct 2005
Re: Are children fluent before they are dysfluent? Hans-Georg Bosshardt 20 Oct 2005
Prevalence of stuttering in adults? Sarah Gutbrodt 20 Oct 2005
Re: Prevalence of stuttering in adults? 21 Oct 2005
Re: Prevalence of stuttering in adults? Klaas Bakker 21 Oct 2005
Re: Prevalence of stuttering in adults? Klaas Bakker 24 Oct 2005
Anxiety disorders and stuttering Courtney University of Tulsa 20 Oct 2005
Re: Anxiety disorders and stuttering Judy Kuster 21 Oct 2005
Re: Anxiety disorders and stuttering Ellen-Marie Silverman 21 Oct 2005
Re: Anxiety disorders and stuttering Ann Packman 22 Oct 2005
Male vs. Female Stutters kb 22 Oct 2005
Re: Male vs. Female Stutters William Rosenthal 22 Oct 2005
Re: Male vs. Female Stutters Klaas Bakker 22 Oct 2005
Re: Male vs. Female Stutters Ellen-Marie Silverman 26 Oct 2005
Threaded discussion is now closed Judy Kuster 22 Oct 2005

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