Impact of Stuttering. Speaking fears are normal, not exceptional . Studies show that public speaking is the number one fear of FLUENT speakers (death was ranked as number 6). Related to Perceptions . Stutterers, parents, teachers, peers, etc. Stereotype.
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Studies show that public speaking is the number one fear of FLUENT speakers (death was ranked as number 6)
Stutterers, parents, teachers, peers, etc.
Stuttering women considered to be:
Naïve insecure boring
Unsociable lacking influence
acknowledged their stuttering received more favorable ratings on intelligence, personality, appearance than those who did not acknowledge their stuttering
interest in learning
more about the
Scale of Communication Attitudes
“It doesn’t mean you’re not a human being still” associated with stuttering
8 year old stutterer
business before social
mother who did not respond and
who deferred to the father
who was present.
and uninvolved versus in this
patriarchal family, the father
speaks for he family and the
wife does not speak when
the husband is present
speaks for the family and the wife
does not speak when the
husband is present
to decide who will respond;
speaks for the family and directed
questions to him. The father seemed
awkward and responded
to a female (i.e. clinician) being
in authority and questioning his responses.
and not to be shared with
and child’s behavior
to the parent.
would abduct the child or
cast the evil eye (a powerful
spell) on the child
clinician to escort a female child
away from her parents to the clinical
child to be alone with a male
stranger (not related to her
as a nonverbal form of reward
circle with tip of thumb touching index
finger) after which the client
family’s causal assumptions about
stuttering and expectations for