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Stotteren pp 83-102 | Cite as

Diagnostiek bij stotterende kinderen

november 2005
  • M.T.J.A. Embrechts
  • M.C. Franken
Chapter

Samenvatting

De exacte oorzaak van stotteren is nog steeds onbekend (Janssen, 1994) en bij de diagnostiek van stotterende kinderen ontbreekt een gouden standaard (Curlee & Yairi, 1997).

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Authors and Affiliations

  • M.T.J.A. Embrechts
    • 1
  • M.C. Franken
    • 2
  1. 1.kno/Kinderaudiologisch CentrumumcSt RadboudNijmegen
  2. 2.kno/Gehoor en Spraak CentrumErasmus mc – SophiaRotterdam

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