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Stotteren pp 139-153 | Cite as

Therapie bij schoolgaande stotterende kinderen

oktober 2006
  • K. Eggers
  • H.A.J.M. Ebben

Samenvatting

Het stotterende schoolgaande kind heeft doorgaans al een aantal jaren van niet-vloeiend spreken achter zich.

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Authors and Affiliations

  • K. Eggers
    • 1
  • H.A.J.M. Ebben
    • 2
  1. 1.Lessius Hogeschool AntwerpenAntwerpen
  2. 2.Fontys Hogeschool EindhovenEindhoven

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