A Comprehensive Computer Program for Facilitating Fluency in Stutterers

  • Joseph G. Agnello


Van Riper (1973) has suggested that in order for a person with stuttering problems to correct such behavior, he must be made cognizant of the errors he produces while speaking.


Vocal Tract Idealize Pattern Comprehensive Computer Program Machine Language Voice Onset Time 
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