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Stuttering Assessment Advocated by JSP. Masuhiko Kawasaki Japan Stuttering Project. Question 1 How severely do you think you stutter?. Question 2 Who of you pay attention mostly to the symptoms of stuttering rather than ho w it affects you inside?. A

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stuttering assessment advocated by jsp

Stuttering AssessmentAdvocated by JSP

Masuhiko Kawasaki

Japan Stuttering Project

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Question 1

How severely do you think you stutter?

Question 2

Whoof you pay attention mostly to the symptoms of stuttering rather than how it affects you inside?

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A

People with severe stuttering symptoms who still readily communicate with people around them and thus whose social life is largely unaffected.

B

People with lighter symptoms who nevertheless try to hide their stuttering and avoid public-speaking situations, and thus are seriously troubled by the condition.

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Stuttering Iceberg Theory

  • Behavior: Being negative about stuttering,

hiding stuttering, avoiding speaking

situations,and passive behavior.

  • Thought: Thinking of stuttering as bad, inferior,

and shameful and believing we cannot

leadmeaningful lives with stuttering.

  • Emotion: Feeling anxious, fearful, disgraceful,

and miserable.

language relation diagram
Language Relation Diagram

Z X) characteristics of

X spoken language

Y) reaction of listeners

Y

Z) manner of speaker

to assess stuttering s negative impacts by measuring three categories
To assess stuttering’s negative impacts by measuring three categories
  • How much one is obsessed by stuttering.
  • How introverted one is.
  • How frequently one tries to avoid speaking situations.
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Get rid of obsession

Sociable Don’t avoid

Obsessed

Introverted Avoid

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If you change your behavior, even should you stutter your incidence rate of avoidance will be lower.

Then, whether you stutter or not, you will have lots of experience doing what you want to do and will be able to do what you must do, and you will be less affected by stuttering.

Eventually, you will no longer think “I cannot do this and that because I stutter,” and you will be able to accept yourself even if you still feel ashamed of your stuttering.

In short, you will no longer be controlled by stuttering.

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