Comparaison entre deux troubles de la fluence : bégaiement et bredouillement

Abstract : This literature review examines the differences and similarities between stuttering and cluttering, and more specifically, how to relate the most commonly observed observable clinical signs, the quality of life, and the most popular programs for people who stutter and people who clutter. The results show that people who stutter have common observable clinical signs with people who clutter and that there are signs to differentiate these two fluency disorders. In addition, it was found that people who stutter and people who clutter have a disorder that impacts their quality of life significantly differently. Finally, research in these areas has highlighted the lack of programs designed for cluttering. However, specialized authors have described the proposed therapies, which has allowed us to see similarities between the therapeutic approaches proposed for stuttering and for stuttering.
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Ludivine de Guillebon. Comparaison entre deux troubles de la fluence : bégaiement et bredouillement. Sciences cognitives. 2018. ⟨dumas-02081079⟩

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