I am a speech and language pathologist with a big interest for stuttering. I have some questions about subgrouping of persons who stutter. I’m thinking very broadly of genetics, early brain damage/prematurity, brain studies, developmental paths, stuttering patterns in persons who do/do not show later remission, response to therapy… Please feel free to answer very freely (and not covering everything) with what you find most exciting in this very broad topic, both from a research perspective and from clinical experience.
What is your opinion of the current knowledge of possible subgrouping of persons who stutter?
(= What do we know?)
What information regarding subgrouping would you find most interesting to find out in upcoming research?
(= What would we want to know?)
What would you see as the benefits of knowing more about subgroups of persons who stutter?
(= How would this help us in clinical decision making etc.?)
Thank you very much for this wonderful opportunity to ask questions.
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