Table of contents for A handbook on stuttering / Oliver Bloodstein, Nan Bernstein Ratner.

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Foreword	xxx
Preface		xxx
About the Authors	xxx
Chapter 1	Symptomatology	1
Chapter 2	Theories of Stuttering	000
Chapter 3	Prevalence and Incidence	000
Chapter 4	The Person Who Stutters: Central Neurological Findings	000
Chapter 5	The Person Who Stutters: Motor Abilities	000
Chapter 6	The Person Who Stutters: Other Physical Findings	000
Chapter 7	The Person Who Stutters: Personality	000
Chapter 8	The Person Who Stutters: Cognitive and Linguistic Abilities	000
Chapter 9	The Person Who Stutters: Developmental History and Home Environment	000
Chapter 10	Stuttering as a Response	000
Chapter 11	Stuttering as a Response: Some Controversial Phenomena	000
Chapter 12	Early Stuttering and Normal Disfluency	000
Chapter 13	Inferences and Conclusions	000
Chapter 14	Treatment	000
Appendix	Results of Treatment	000
References	000
Name Index	000
Subject Index	000

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