Hi Experts! I am a first-year MS-SLP student who has recently learned about the differential diagnosis between fluency disorders. My question involves the handwriting and typing of people who clutter and people who stutter.
Something I was interested to learn about was that handwriting and typing could be affected in people who clutter to the point that it is disorganized and often illegible. This interested me because I have also learned that cluttering and stuttering often co-occur. However, I have not found that stuttering has this same handwriting/typing issue. Instead, a fluency enhancing technique we have learned for stutterers is speaking while writing.
I am wondering if any research has been done specifically on the handwriting or typing of those classified as “Clutterer-Stutterers?” Is this something that only appears in pure cluttering with no presence of stuttering? Has there been any research on the handwriting or typing of those classified as only a stutterer?
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