Comment on “Interpreting Results of the Fluent Speech Paradigm in Stuttering Research: Difficulties in Separating Cause From Effect” This letter makes reference to Armson and Kalinowski’s paper, “Interpreting Results of the Fluent Speech Paradigm in Stuttering Research: Difficulties in Separating Cause from Effect,” published in the February 1994 issue of JSHR. My comments will focus on what is admittedly a very small portion of that article. Unfortunately, that ... Letter to the Editor
Letter to the Editor  |   August 01, 1994
Comment on “Interpreting Results of the Fluent Speech Paradigm in Stuttering Research: Difficulties in Separating Cause From Effect”
 
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  • Martin R. Adams
    University of Houston
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Letter to the Editor   |   August 01, 1994
Comment on “Interpreting Results of the Fluent Speech Paradigm in Stuttering Research: Difficulties in Separating Cause From Effect”
Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research, August 1994, Vol. 37, 813. doi:10.1044/jshr.3704.813a
History: Received February 21, 1994 , Accepted February 23, 1994
 
Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research, August 1994, Vol. 37, 813. doi:10.1044/jshr.3704.813a
History: Received February 21, 1994; Accepted February 23, 1994
This letter makes reference to Armson and Kalinowski’s paper, “Interpreting Results of the Fluent Speech Paradigm in Stuttering Research: Difficulties in Separating Cause from Effect,” published in the February 1994 issue of JSHR. My comments will focus on what is admittedly a very small portion of that article. Unfortunately, that same small portion contains a major misrepresentation of a position taken by me in a paper that appeared in Seminars in Speech and Language (Adams, 1985). In that publication I reviewed a large body of research, most of which dealt with the measurement of one or more speech motor dependent variables during the perceptibly fluent utterances of people who stutter.
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