These findings confirmed that CWTS present with an atypical disfluency pattern which can be differentiated from that of CWS and TDP based on the total disfluency level and the proportion of stuttering-like disfluencies.... diagnosed by a pediatric neurologist as meeting the Diagnostic and Statistical Manual IV (DSM-IV) criteria for TS, eight children who ... The results yielded no statistically significant difference (F (2, 21) = .695, p = .510) in age between groups.
|Title||:||Speech Fluency Demonstrated by Children with Tourette Syndrome|
|Author||:||Joseph G. Donaher|
|Publisher||:||ProQuest - 2008|