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Title Multilingual aspects of fluency disorders / edited by Peter Howell and John Van Borsel.
Imprint Bristol ; Buffalo : Multilingual Matters, ©2011.

Series Communication disorders across languages ; 5
Communication disorders across languages.
Subject Speech disorders in children.
Language disorders in children.
Multilingualism.
Stuttering.
Child.
Language Development.
Multilingualism.
Alt Name Howell, Peter, 1947-
Borsel, John van.
Description 1 online resource (xi, 398 pages) : illustrations (some color)
Bibliography Note Includes bibliographical references and index.
Note Print version record.
Contents Part 1. Procedures, Methods and Findings for Language and Its Disorders. The speech of fluent child bilinguals -- Speech production in simultaneous and sequential bilinguals -- Genetics and language -- Brain structure and function in developmental stuttering and bilingualism -- Part 2. Monolingual Language Diversity and Stuttering. The speech and language characteristics of developmental stuttering in English speakers -- Stuttering in Japanese -- Disfluent speech chacteristics on monolingual Spanish-speaking children -- Characteristics of developmental stuttering in Iran -- Stuttering research in Brazil: an overview -- A survey on traditional treatment practices for stuttering in Sub-Sahara Africa -- Part 3. Bilingual Language Diversity, Stuttering and Its Treatment. Review of research on the relationship between bilingualism and stuttering -- Stuttering in English-Mandarin bilinguals in Singapore -- Linguistic analysis of stuttering in bilinguals: methodological challenges and solutions -- Treating bilingual stuttering in early childhood: clinical updates and applications -- Methodology matters -- Part 4. Conclusions. Fluency disorders and language diversity: lessons learned and future directions.
Summary This book contains contributions by scholars working on diverse aspects of speech who bring their findings to bear on the practical issue of how to treat stuttering in different language groups and in multilingual speakers. The book considers classic issues in speech production research, as well as whether regions of the brain that are affected in people who stutter relate to areas used intensively in fluent bilingual speech. It then reviews how formal language properties and differential use of parts of language affect stuttering in English, and then compares these findings to work on stuttering in a variety of languages. Finally, the book addresses methodological issues to do with studies on bilingualism and stuttering; and discusses which approach is appropriate in the treatment of bilingual and multilingual people who stutter.
ISBN 9781847693570 (electronic bk.)
1847693571 (electronic bk.)
9781847695000 (EPUB)
1847695000 (EPUB)
1847693598
9781847693594
9781847693594
1847693598
9781847693587
184769358X
ISBN/ISSN 9781847693594
ebr10478165
9786613147721
OCLC # 750183123
Additional Format Print version: Multilingual aspects of fluency disorders. Bristol ; Buffalo : Multilingual Matters, ©2011 9781847693594 (DLC) 2011000612 (OCoLC)693814337



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