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Table of Contents
|How to Use This Book||p. 1|
|Introduction to Treatment of Stuttering: Established and Emerging Interventions||p. 9|
|Indirect Treatment of Childhood Scattering: Diagnostic Predictors of Treatment Outcome||p. 18|
|An Overview of Treatments for Preschool Stuttering||p. 56|
|Palin Parent-Child Interaction||p. 63|
|Stuttering Prevention and Early Intervention: A Multidimensional Approach||p. 91|
|The Lidcombe Program for Preschool Children Who Stutter||p. 118|
|Overview of Treatments for School-Age Children Who Stutter||p. 141|
|The Lidcombe Program with School-Age Children Who Stutter||p. 150|
|The Fluency Rules Program||p. 167|
|Smooth Speech and Cognitive Behavior Therapy for the Treatment of Older Children and Adolescents Who Stutter||p. 188|
|Comprehensive Treatment for School-Age Children Who Stutter: Treating the Entire Disorder||p. 215|
|Overview of Treatments for Adults and Adolescents Who Stutter||p. 245|
|The Camperdown Program||p. 256|
|The Fluency Plus Program: An Integration of Fluency Shaping and Cognitive Restructuring Procedures for Adolescents and Adults Who Stutter||p. 277|
|Application of the SpeechEasy to Stuttering Treatment: Introduction, Background, and Preliminary Observations||p. 312|
|The Physiologic Basis and Pharmacologic Treatment of Stuttering||p. 329|
|The Roles of Evidence and Other Information in Stuttering Treatment||p. 343|
|Neuroimaging and Stuttering||p. 355|
|Summary.and Future Directions||p. 378|
|Appendix 11.1||p. 393|
|Appendix 14.1||p. 395|
|Appendix 19.1||p. 397|
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