The UMD Stuttering Home Page

 

Welcome to our Web Page!

The information in this site was originally researched and compiled by students in CSD 3510 Stuttering at the University of Minnesota Duluth, during spring quarter 1997. The creation of this site constituted one piece of a larger public relations class project designed to educate the public about stuttering. These students have since graduated and moved on in their lives, but their web page lives on for the public to read and enjoy.
 

What is Stuttering?

 Who is Likely to Stutter?

Phenomenology of Stuttering

Onset and Development

Do's and Don'ts When Speaking with Someone Who Stutters

Effects of Stuttering on the Individual

Theories of Cause

Public Perceptions of Stuttering 2001

Public Perceptions of Stutering 2002

Quick Facts about Stuttering

Therapy and Its Importance

Additional Resources

 Famous People Who Stutter

Comments or Questions

References


 

Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders
College of Education and Human Service Professions
University of Minnesota, Duluth
221 Bohannon Hall
10 University Drive
Duluth, MN 55812-2496
218-726-7974

Cindy Spillers, Ph.D., Associate Professor and current Web Weaver

Original authors:
Laura Doty, Julie Farnsworth, Melissa Jorgenson, Valerie LaPorte, Lisa Mitchell,
Sara Mullenmaster,Tamara Pelletier, and Tracie Randolph

for questions and comments contact cspiller@d.umn.edu

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Times since February 14, 2001 this page has been accessed: 166862

 

 

Other Links
(see our Additional Resources page for more links)
[ CSD Homepage ] [Stuttering Home Page]
[Stuttering Foundation of America]
[ASHA

The views and opinions expressed in this page are strictly those of the page author. The contents of this page have not been reviewed or approved by the University of Minnesota.