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De etiologie van stotteren

Theorieën en modellen december 1997
  • P. Janssen

Samenvatting

Stotteren is een storing in het ritme van de spraak, waarbij de spreker precies weet wat hij/zij wil zeggen maar dat voor het moment niet kan, vanwege onwillekeurige – stille en hoorbare – herhalingen en verlengingen van spraakklanken (who, 1977).

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