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Stotteren pp 259-268 | Cite as

Broddelen

juli 2006
  • J. Van Borsel

Samenvatting

Een stoornis die enerzijds gelijkenis vertoont met stotteren maar die daar anderzijds ook duidelijk van lijkt te verschillen, is broddelen (in het Engels ‘cluttering’).

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Authors and Affiliations

  • J. Van Borsel
    • 1
  1. 1.Centrum voor Gehoor en Spraakrevalidatieuz Gent, Universiteit GentGent

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