Hi Experts! I was just thinking, its a fact that most people who stutter don’t stutter all the time. For example, most of us will be able to speak with normal fluency when we are speaking or reading out loud in a room by ourselves and we are sure nobody is listening. Or often when we are speaking to people we are very comfortable around we become completely fluent as well. This proves that people who stutter are fully capable of speaking fluently. What are the factors that lead to stuttering being switched off in some situations? And more importantly what are the factors that lead to it being switched on in other situations? The most obvious answer I could think of is that stress seems to switch it on, but how does that happen? And I feel like there might be other factors besides just stress.
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