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Stuttering, also known as stammering, is a speech disorder in which the flow of speech is ... According to Watkins et al., stuttering is a disorder of "selection, initiation, and execution of motor ..... influence of the works of Wendell Johnson, who claimed that the onset of stuttering was connected to ..... v · t · e. Stuttering. Therapy ...


Jul 14, 2017 ... ESTRADA v. JOHNSON & JOHNSON et al, No. 3:2016cv07492 - Document 50 ( D.N.J. 2017) case opinion from the District of New Jersey US ...


Berg v. Johnson & Johnson et al, No. 4:2009cv04179 - Document 330 (D.S.D. 2013) case opinion from the District of South Dakota US Federal District Court.


Oct 19, 2017 ... A California state court jury handed a major win to Johnson & Johnson Thursday, determining that the company is not responsible for a ...


Nov 27, 2012 ... Epidemiology of Stuttering: 21st Century Advances .... under age 4 the mean age at onset was 28 months, it was 42 months in Johnson et al.


Wendell Johnson was born in 1906 on a stock and wheat farm near the village of ... articles on stuttering ("Studies in the Psychology of Stuttering," ET AL.) ... To Johnson, the problem of prime interest was of course stuttering. ..... cancellations of blocks, characteristics of primary versus secondary stuttering, and so and on.


Dec 24, 2008 ... Results indicated that significant variability of stuttering did not exist as a result ... higher SLD/TD in the conversation sample versus a narrative sample. ... hallmark of childhood stuttering (e.g., Ingham & Riley, 1998; Johnson, 1961; ... stuttering variability in (Trautman et al., 1999) in children who stutter have ...


Feb 17, 2004 ... Stuttering occurs in all cultures and ethnic groups (Andrews et al. 1983 ... external, usually parental, reactions to normal childhood dysfluencies (Johnson 1955). ..... [PubMed]; Grant AC, Biousse V, Cook AA, Newman NJ.


ing vs. intervals of time), (b) the specific behaviors to be measured (only stuttered ..... stutter (Johnson & Associates, 1959), he primarily used this classification ...