Longitudinal Case Study : Stuttering and High Functioning Autism
La Salle, Lisa R.
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Past research has suggested that individuals with high functioning autism or Asperger's Syndrome (HFA/AS) produce sound-syllable and whole word repetitions and one-word revisions on 25% of utterances as opposed to 14% of utterances produced by a neurotypical comparison group. The purpose of this study was to determine frequency and type of disfluencies, specifically types of revisions, and how they change over time for a school-aged male with HFA while he was receiving fluency and social skills therapy.
Asperger's syndrome--Case studies
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