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Analyse de la pratique de la pleine conscience chez les adultes qui bégaient

Abstract : Mindfulness is a practice increasingly used as a complement to traditional Western medicine therapies.
By acting on body awareness, attention control, emotional regulation and metacognitive abilities, full awareness can be beneficial to patients concerned with speech therapy.
The objective of this study was to analyze the relevance of the practice of mindfulness in the context of therapies offered to people who stutter. A daily mindfulness program (60 sessions over 3 months) was offered to four stuttering adults. The analysis of their experience showed significant benefits but does not have a direct impact on the fluence of their speech.
Based on these conclusions, it would be interesting to consider a complementary study including a larger cohort and aiming to analyze the benefits specifically related to speech of a meditative practice over the long term (6 months minimum).
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Claudia Fenogli. Analyse de la pratique de la pleine conscience chez les adultes qui bégaient. Sciences cognitives. 2018. ⟨dumas-01871898⟩

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