Stuttering is a neurodevelopmental disorder characterized by pauses and repeated sounds or words, which disrupt the normal flow of speech, causing great embarrassment for some sufferers. For 1 in 4 … Continue Reading Brain cell involved in stuttering identified.
One percent of adults and 5% of children are unable to achieve what most of us take for granted, speaking without stuttering. Instead, they struggle with words, often repeating the … Continue Reading Researchers map the cause of stuttering in the brain.
A region of the brain thought to control speech production develops abnormally in children who stutter, a pattern that persists into adulthood, according to a new study from the University … Continue Reading Neuroimaging study shows brain develops abnormally over lifespan of people who stutter.