Publications

Peer-Reviewed Publications

Byrd, C.T., Hague, A., & Johnson, K. (in press). Speech-language pathologists’ perception of bilingualism as a risk factor for stuttering. Journal of Communication Disorders, Deaf Studies & Hearing Aids.

Byrd, C.T., Chmela, K., Coleman, C., Weidner, M., Reichhardt, R., & Irani, F. (in press). An introduction to camps for children who stutter: What they are and how they help. Perspectives of the ASHA Special Interest Groups.

Byrd, C.T., McGill, M., Gkalitsiou, Z., & Cappellini, C. (In press). The effects of self-disclosure on male and female perceptions of individuals who stutter. American Journal of Speech Language Pathology.

Byrd, C. T., Gkalitsiou, Z., Donaher, J., & Stergiou, E. (in press).The client’s perspective on voluntary stuttering: Affective, behavioral and cognitive considerations. American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology.

Byrd, C.T., Gkalitsiou, Z., McGill, M., Reed, O., & Kelly, E. (2016). The influence of self-disclosure on school-age children's perceptions of children who stutter. Journal of Child and Adolescent Behavior, 4, 1-9.

Coalson, G., Byrd, C., & Rives, E. (2016). Academic, clinical, and educational experiences of self-identified fluency specialists. Perspectives of the ASHA Special Interest Groups, 1, 16-43. 

Byrd, C. T., Coalson, G., Yang, J., & Moriarty, K. (2016). The influence of phonetic complexity on the fluency, speed and accuracy of picture naming in adults who stutterEssays in Speech Processes: Language Production and Perception. 

Coalson, G., & Byrd, C.T. (2016). Phonetic complexity of words immediately following utterance initial productions in children who stutter. Journal of Fluency Disorders, 47, 56-69.

McGill, M., Sussman, H., & Byrd, C.T. (2016). From grapheme to phonological output: Performance of adults who stutter on a word jumble task. PLOS ONE, 11, p. 1-19.

Byrd, C., McGill, M., & Usler, E. (2015). Nonword repetition and phoneme elision in adults who do and do not stutter: Vocal versus nonvocal performance differences. Journal of Fluency Disorders, 44, 17-31.

Coalson, G., & Byrd, C.T. (2015). Metrical encoding in adults who stutter. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research, 58, 601-621.

Byrd, C. T., Watson, J., Bedore, L., & Mullis, A. (2015). Identification of stuttering in bilingual Spanish-English speaking children. Contemporary Issues in Communication Sciences and Disorders, 42, 72-87.

Byrd, C. T., Sheng, L., Bernstein Ratner, N., & Gkalitsiou, Z. (2015). Veridical and false recall in adults who stutter. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research, 58, 28-42.

Byrd, C. T., Bedore, L., & Ramos, D. (2015). The disfluent speech of bilingual Spanish-English children: Considerations for differential diagnosis of stutteringLanguage, Speech, and Hearing Services in the Schools, 46, 30-43.

Sheng, L., Byrd, C.T., McGregor, K., Zimmerman, H., & Bladau, K., (2015). List memory in young adults with language learning disability. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research, 58, 336-344.

Bodoin, E., Byrd, C. T., & Adler, R (2014). The clinical profile of the male to female transgender client of the 21st century. Contemporary Issues in Communication Sciences and Disorders, 41, 39-54.

Sasisekaran, J., & Byrd, C. T. (2013). A preliminary investigation of segmentation and rhyme abilities of children who stutter. Journal of Fluency Disorders, 38, 222-234.

Taliancich-Klinger, C., Byrd, C.T., & Bedore, L. (in press). The disfluent speech of a Spanish-English bilingual child who stutters. Clinical Linguistics and Phonetics.

Sasisekaran, J., & Byrd, C.T. (2013). A preliminary investigation of segmentation and rhyme abilities of children who stutter. Journal of Fluency Disorders.

Coalson, G., Peña, E., & Byrd, C.T. (2013). Description of multilingual participants who stutter. Journal of Fluency Disorders, 38, p. 141-156.

Sasisekaran, J. & Byrd, C. (2013). Nonword repetition and phoneme elision skills in school-age children who do and do not stutter. International Journal of Language & Communication Disorders, 00, 1-15.

Byrd, C. T., Logan, K. J., & Gillam, R. B.  (2012).  Speech disfluency in school-age children’s conversational and narrative discourse.  Language, Speech, and Hearing Services in Schools, 43, 153-163.

Byrd, C. T., Vallely, M., Anderson, J. D., & Sussman, H.  (2012). Nonword repetition and phoneme elision in adults who do and do not stutter.  Journal of Fluency Disorders, 37, 188-201.

Coalson, G. A., Byrd, C. T., & Davis, B. L. (2012).  The influence of phonetic complexity on stuttered speech.   Clinical Linguistics and Phonetics. Advance online publication.

Logan, K. J., Byrd, C. T., Mazzocchi, E. M., & Gillam, R. B.  (2011).  Speaking rate characteristics of elementary-school-aged children who do and do not stutter.  Journal of Communication Disorders, 44, 130-147.

Watson, J. B., Byrd, C. T., & Carlo, E. J.  (2011).  Effects of length, complexity, and grammatical correctness on stuttering in Spanish-speaking preschool children.  American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology, 20, 209-220.

Sussman, H. M., Byrd, C. T., & Guitar, B.  (2011).  The integrity of anticipatory coarticulation in fluent and non-fluent tokens of adults who stutter.  Clinical Linguistics and Phonetics, 25, 169-186.

Watson, J. B., Byrd, C. T., & Moore, B. J.  (2011).  Ethics in stuttering treatment in the schools: issues and intersections.  Seminars in Speech and Language, 32, 319-329.

Byrd, C. T., Coalson, G. A., & Bush, C.  (2010).  The communicative intent of stuttered utterances.  Journal of Interactional Research in Communication Disorders, 1.2, 253-275.

Anderson, J. D., & Byrd, C. T.  (2008).  Phonotactic probability effects in children who stutter. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research, 51, 851-866.

Byrd, C. T., Conture, E. G., and Ohde, R. N.  (2007).  Phonological priming in young children who stutter: Holistic versus incremental priming.  American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology, 16, 43-53.

Book Chapters

Watson, J., Byrd, C.T. & Moore, B. (2011). Ethics in stuttering treatment in the schools: Issues and intersections. In S. Chabon (Ed.) Ethics at Work: Issues and Insights Across Employment Settings, Seminars in Speech and Language, Thieme Medical, pp. 319-329.

Watson, J., Byrd, C.T., & Carlo, E. (2011). Speech disfluencies in monolingual Spanish- speaking children who do and do not stutter. In Howell, P. & Van Borsel, J. (Eds.) Multilingual Aspects in Fluency Disorders. pp. 169-191. Bristol, UK: Multilingual Matters, St. Nicholas House.

Byrd, C.T., & Gillam, R. (2009). Fluency Disorders. Introduction to Communication Sciences and Disorders. Jones and Bartlett Publishers: Sudbury, MA.

Watson, J., & Byrd, C.T. (2007) Influence of multisyllabic word repetitions on severity measures of monolingual Spanish-speaking children who stutter. Research, Treatment, and Self-Help in Fluency Disorders:  New Horizons. International Fluency Association. pp. 68-75.

Byrd, C.T., Wolk, L. & Davis, B. (2007). Phonological Considerations in Developmental Stuttering. In R. Curlee & E. Conture (Eds.), Stuttering and Related Disorders, 3rd edition (pp. 163-182). Philadelphia, PA: Thieme Medical.

Conture, E., Zackheim, C.T., Anderson, J., Pellowski, M., & Ohde, R. (2004). Childhood stuttering: Many’s a slip twixt intention and lip. In B. Maasen, P. van Lieshout, W. Hulstijn & H. Peters (Eds.), Speech Motor Control in (Ab)Normal Speech and Language Production (pp.253-282).  Oxford, UK: Oxford University Press.

Peer-reviewed Presentations

Byrd, C.T., Gkalitsiou, Z., Hampton, E., & Givens, K. (2016, March). Evidence-based treatment for stuttering: An adult study. Poster presentation to the annual Texas Speech Language Hearing Association Convention, Fort Worth, TX.

McGill, M., Gkalitsiou, Z., Coalson, G., & Byrd, C.T. (2016, March). Does subvocal rehearsal contribute to stuttered speech? Seminar presented to the annual Texas Speech Language Hearing Association Convention, Fort Worth, TX.

Byrd, C.T., McGill, M., Hampton, E., & Tallas, K. (2016, March). Evidence-based treatment for stuttering: A preschool case study. Poster presentation to the annual Texas Speech Language Hearing Association Convention, Fort Worth, TX.

Coalson, G., Byrd, C.T., & McGill, M. (2016, March). Serial position of errors during nonword production in adults who stutter. Poster presentation to the annual Texas Speech Language Hearing Association Convention, Fort Worth, TX.

Byrd, C.T., McGill, M., Hampton, E., & Barrow, B. (2016, March). Evidence-based treatment for stuttering: A school-age case study. Poster presentation to the annual Texas Speech Language Hearing Association Convention, Fort Worth, TX.

Coalson, G., McGill, M., Gkalitsiou, Z., & Byrd, C.T. (2015, November). Phonological working memory in adults who stutter. Seminar presented at the annual American Speech Language Hearing Association Convention, Denver, CO.

McGill, M., Sussman, H. & Byrd, C.T. (2015, November). From grapheme to phonological output: Performance of adults who stutter on a word jumble task. Poster presentation to the annual American Speech Language Hearing Association Convention, Denver, CO.

Byrd, C.T., Coalson, G., McGill, M., & Gkalitsiou, Z. (July, 2015). Exploring the relationship between phonological working memory and stuttering. Seminar presentation to the International Fluency Association’s 8th World Congress, Lisbon, Portugal.

Coalson, G. A., Byrd, C. T., & Guillot, H.  (2015, April).  Language proficiency and nonword learning in multilingual adults who stutter:  A preliminary study.  Poster presentation to the annual National Black Association of Speech Language and Hearing Conference, Nashville, TN.

McGill, M., Gkalitsiou, Z. & Byrd, C.T. (2015, March). Exploring the role of phonological working memory in stuttering. Poster presentation to the annual Texas Speech Language Hearing Association Convention, San Antonio, TX.

Byrd, C.T., McGill, M. & Usler, E. (2014, November). Non-Word Repetition and Phoneme Elision in Adults Who Stutter: A Systematic Replication. Poster presentation to the annual American Speech Language Hearing Association Convention, Orlando, FL.

Gkalitsiou, Z., Bedore, L., Byrd, C.T., & Taliancich-Klinger, C. (2014, November). Disfluency and Language Complexity Characteristics in Bilingual Children Who Do & Do Not Stutter. Poster presentation to the annual American Speech Language Hearing Association Convention, Orlando, FL.

Coalson, G., & Byrd, C.T. (2014, November). Metrical Stress and Non-Word Learning in Adults Who Stutter. Poster presentation to the annual American Speech Language Hearing Association Convention, Orlando, FL.

Coalson, G., & Byrd, C.T. (2014, November). Reverse Phoneme Monitoring in Adults Who Stutter. Poster presentation to the annual American Speech Language Hearing Association Convention, Orlando, FL.

Taliancich-Klinger, C., Byrd, C.T., & Bedore, L. (2014, November). Bilingual Treatment for Stuttering: A Pilot Case Study. Poster presentation to the annual American Speech Language Hearing Association Convention, Orlando, FL.

Byrd, C.T., Sheng, L., Bernstein Ratner, N., & Sheng, L. (2014, November). Veridical & False Recall in Adults Who Stutter. Poster presentation to the annual American Speech Language Hearing Association Convention, Orlando, FL.

Coalson, G., Byrd, C.T., Rives, E. (2013, November). Identification of factors which motivate professional interest in fluency disorders. Poster presentation to the annual American Speech Language Hearing Association Convention, Chicago, IL. [PDF]

Gkalistiou, Z., Byrd, C.T., Stergiou, E. (2013, November). The affective, behavioral, and cognitive benefits of voluntary stuttering. Poster presentation to the annual American Speech Language Hearing Association Convention, Chicago, IL. [PDF]

Byrd, C.T., Vallely, M., Anderson, J. D., & Sussman, H.  (2012, November). Nonword repetition and phoneme elision in adults who do and do not stutter. Poster presentation to the annual American Speech Language Hearing Association Convention, Atlanta, GA. [PDF]

Logan, K., Byrd, C.T., & Gillam, R. (2012, November). Toward a comprehensive fluency assessment framework: Challenges & solutions. Seminar presented to annual American Speech Language Hearing Association Convention, Atlanta, GA.

Coalson, G., Peña, E., & Byrd, C.T. (2012, November). Description of multilingual participants who stutter. Poster presentated to the annual American Speech Language Hearing Association Convention, Atlanta, GA. [PDF]

Byrd, C.T., Watson, J., Bedore, L., & Mullis, A. (2012, July). Identification of stuttering in Spanish English bilingual children: A preliminary study. Presentation to the 7th World Congress of Fluency Disorders, Tour, France. [PDF]

Logan, K.J., Byrd, C.T., & Gillam, R. (2011, November). Does syntactic complexity affect the disfluency frequency in school-age children? Poster presentation to the annual American Speech Language Hearing Association Convention, San Diego, CA. [PDF]

Coalson, G., & Byrd, C.T.   (2011, November). Phonetic complexity and grammatical classification of stuttered words in children. Poster presentation to the annual American Speech Language Hearing Association Convention, San Diego, CA. [PDF]

Byrd, C.T., Sheng, L., Anderson, J. & Hudson, S. (2010, November). Spoken word recognition of children who stutter and children with specific language impairment: A pilot study. Poster presentation to the annual American Speech Language Hearing Association Convention, Philadelphia, PA. [PDF]

Sheng, L., Byrd, C.T., Bernstein Ratner, N., & Deardon, E. (2010, November). False memory in children with specific language impairment and children who stutter: A pilot study. Poster presentation to the annual American Speech Language Hearing Association Convention, Philadelphia, PA. [PDF]

Coalson, G., Byrd, C.T., & Davis, B. (2010, November). Phonotactic probability and phonetic complexity in stuttered utterances. Poster presentation to the annual American Speech Language Hearing Association Convention, Philadelphia, PA. [PDF]

Sussman, H., Byrd, C.T. & Guitar, B. (2010, March). Stop + vowel coarticulation in fluent and non-fluent utterances in adults who stutter: Preliminary observations. Presentation to the Fifteenth Biennial Motor Speech Conference: Motor Speech Disorders and Speech Motor Control.

Byrd, C.T., Coalson, G., & Bush, C. (2009, November). The communicative intent of stuttered utterances. Poster presentation to the annual American Speech Language Hearing Association Convention, New Orleans, LA. 

Logan, K.J., Gillam, R., Byrd, C.T. & Mazzocchi, E. (2009, November). Speaking rate characteristics of elementary school-aged children who do and do not stutter. Technical platform to the annual American Speech Language Hearing Association Convention, New Orleans, LA.

Watson, J. Carlo, E., Villanueva, A. & Byrd, C.T. (2009, August). Influence of syntactic complexity on the stuttering of Spanish-speaking children. Poster presentation to the International Fluency Association World Congress. Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. [PDF]

Bush, C. & Byrd, C.T. Influence of assertive utterance production on speech disfluency in children who stutter. Poster presentation to the UT-Austin Undergraduate Research Forum, Austin, TX.

Byrd, C.T., Logan, K. & Gillam, R. (2008, November).Speech disfluency in narrative versus conversation for younger and older children who stutter. Poster presentation to the annual American Speech Language Hearing Association Convention, Chicago, IL.

Logan, K., Byrd, C.T. & Gillam, R. (2008, November). Speech rate and disfluency duration characteristics of school-age children who stutter. Poster presentation to the annual American Speech Language Hearing Association Convention, Chicago, IL.

Gillam, R., Logan, K. & Byrd, C.T. (2008, November). Does syntactic complexity affect the disfluency of school-age children who stutter? Poster presentation to the annual American Speech Language Hearing Association Convention, Chicago, IL.

Watson, J., Byrd, C.T. & Carlo, E. (2008, November). Influence of length and complexity on stuttering in Spanish-speaking children. Poster presentation to the annual Annual American Speech Language Hearing Association Convention, Chicago, IL.

Logan, K. & Byrd, C.T. (2007, November). Effects of utterance function and complexity on children’s within-sample fluency. Poster presentation to the annual American Speech Language Hearing Association Convention, Boston, MA. [PDF]

Watson, J. & Byrd, C.T. (2007, November). Characteristics of stuttered words in younger and older Spanish-speaking children. Poster presentation to the Annual Conference of American Speech Language Hearing Association, San Diego, CA.[PDF]

Byrd, C.T., Bedore, L., Pena, L., & Ramos, D. (2007, February). Identification of maze frequency and type in monolingual and bilingual children with language impairment. Poster presentation to the 2007 Texas Research Symposium on Language Diversity, Austin, TX.

Watson, J. & Byrd, C.T. (2007, February). Characteristics of the stuttered word in Spanish speaking children. Poster presentation to the 2007 Texas Research Symposium on Language Diversity, Austin, TX.

Byrd, C.T. & Davis, B. (2006, November). Verbal versus nonverbal phonological encoding abilities of adults who stutter. Poster presentation to the annual American Speech Language Hearing Association Convention, Miami, Florida.

Arnold, H., Conture, E., Byrd, C.T., Key, A., Mathiesen, S., & Coulter, C. (2006, November). Phonological processing of young children who stutter: Preliminary behavioral/ERP findings. Poster presentation to the annual American Speech Language Hearing Association Convention, Miami, Florida.

Arnold, H., Conture, E., Byrd, C.T., Key, A., Mathiesen, S., & Coulter, C. (2006, June). Phonological processing of young children who stutter: Preliminary behavioral/ERP findings. Poster presentation to the International Fluency Association 5th World Congress, Dublin, Ireland.

Watson, J. & Byrd, C.T. (2006, June). Influence of multisyllabic word repetitions on severity measures of monolingual Spanish-speaking children who stutter. Poster presentation to the International Fluency Association 5th World Congress, Dublin, Ireland.

Watson, J. & Byrd, C.T. (2005, November). Speech disfluencies of Spanish-speaking children who stutter. Poster presentation to the annual American Speech Language Hearing Association Convention, San Diego, CA.

Byrd, C.T. & Davis, B. (2005, March). Holistic versus incremental processing of young children who stutter. Poster Presentation to the annual Texas Speech Language Hearing Association Convention, Austin, Texas.

Byrd, C.T., Logan, K. & Davis, B. (2004, November).  Children’s speech fluency relative to parental utterance length. Poster presentation to the annual American Speech Language Hearing Association Convention, Philadelphia, PA.

Byrd, C.T., Conture, E., & Ohde, R. (2004, November).  Phonological priming in young children’s picture naming: Holistic versus incremental processing. Poster presentation to the annual American Speech Language Hearing Association Convention, Philadelphia, PA.

Zackheim, C.T., Conture, E., Ohde, R, Graham, C., & Johnson, L. (2003, November).  Holistic and incremental processing in young children who stutter: Pre- versus Post-treatment. Poster presentation to the annual American Speech Language Hearing Association Convention, Chicago, IL.

Arnold, H., Graham, C., & Zackheim, C.T. (2003, June). Above and below the surface: Speech and language processes and characteristics of childhood stuttering. Poster presentation to the annual National Stuttering Association Conference, Nashville, TN.

Zackheim, C.T., Conture, E. & Ohde, R. (2002, November).  Phonological priming in young children: Holistic vs. incremental processing. Poster presentation to the annual American Speech Language Hearing Association Convention, Atlanta, GA.

Anderson, J., Pellowski, M., Conture, E. & Zackheim, C.T. (2002, November).  Linguistic variables in childhood stuttering I: Speech-language dissociation.  Poster presentation to the annual American Speech Language Hearing Association Convention, Atlanta, GA.

Pellowski, M., Anderson, J., Conture, E. & Zackheim, C.T. (2002, November). Linguistic variables in childhood stuttering II: Speech disfluency measures. Poster presentation to the annual American Speech Language Hearing Association Convention, Atlanta, GA.

Conture, E. & Zackheim, C.T. (June, 2002).  Stuttering: The long and winding road from the womb to the tomb.  Keynote address, Sixth Oxford Disfluency Conference, Oxford University, Oxford, UK.

Zackheim, C.T., & Conture, E. (2001, November).  Utterance characteristics, mean length of utterance and childhood stuttering.  Poster presentation to the annual American Speech Language Hearing Association Convention, New Orleans, LA.

Zackheim, C.T., & Klecan-Aker, J. (1999, November). Treatment efficacy of school-age child with Pervasive Developmental Disorder. Poster presentation to the annual American Speech Language Hearing Association Convention, San Francisco, CA.

Invited Presentations

Byrd, C.T. (2016, March). Assessment and Treatment of Stuttering: Translating Theory to Practice. Invited short-course provided at the annual Texas Speech-Language- Hearing Association Convention, Fort Worth, TX.

Byrd, C.T., Bernstein Ratner, N., Scaler Scott, K., & Sisskin, V. (2015, November). Is it stuttering? Invited seminar presented at the annual American Speech-Language Hearing- Association Convention, Denver, CO.

Donaher, J., Byrd, C.T., & Gabel, R. (2015, November). Writing SMARTER goals for stuttering therapy. Invited seminar presented at the annual American Speech-Language-Hearing Association Convention, Denver, CO.

Byrd, C.T. (2015, October). Translating theory to practice. Invited speaker to the Metropolitan Breakfast Club.

Byrd, C.T. (2015, October). The mission of the Michael and Tami Lang Stuttering Institute. Invited speaker to the TEJAS Coffee.

Byrd, C.T. (2015, February). The manifestation of stuttering in Spanish-English bilinguals. Invited ASHA CEU webinar sponsored by the Stuttering Foundation.

Van Borsel, J., Byrd, C.T., Blomgren, M., & Einarsdottir, J.  (2014, November). Stuttering and bilingualism: Considerations for differential diagnosis. Invited seminar for the annual American Speech-Language-Hearing Association Convention, Orlando, FL.

Byrd, C.T. (2012, May). The manifestation of stuttering in Spanish-English bilinguals. Invited presentation to Bilinguistics, Austin, TX.

Byrd, C.T. (2012, April). What stuttering tells us. Invited presentation to the UT-Austin Annual Sage Seminar.

Byrd, C.T. (2011, March). The myths and misconceptions of stuttered speech. Invited presentation to the North Austin Rotary Club.

Byrd, C.T. (2011, May). The nature and treatment of stuttering in children: Preschool through adolescence. Invited continuing education workshop provided to the Austin Area Association of Speech-Language Pathologists.

Byrd, C.T. (2010, January). Exploring the mental lexicon of children who stutter: Evidence from naturalistic and experimental observations. Invited technical platform to the annual American Speech Language Hearing Association Special Interest Division 4, Fluency Disorders, conference, Tampa, FL.

Byrd, C.T. (2008, February). Assessment and treatment of preschool children who stutter. Invited continuing education workshop for the Austin Independent School District Speech Language Pathologists, Austin, TX.

Byrd, C.T. & Fridriksson, J. (2008, March). Life in the fast lane: Lessons for success on the road to tenure. Invited presentation to the ASHA Lessons for Success Conference, Gaithersburg, MD.

Byrd, C.T. (2007, March). Assessment and treatment of school age children who stutter.  Invited continuing education workshop presented to the Austin Area Association of Speech-Language Pathologists, Austin, TX.

Byrd, C.T. (2005, March). Assessment and treatment of school age children who stutter.  Invited short course provided to the Annual Texas Speech Language Hearing Association, Austin, TX.

Conture, E., &  Zackheim, C.T. (2003, April).  Childhood stuttering. Invited continuing education workshop to the 17th Annual Pediatric Otolaryngology and Head-Neck Nurses, Nashville, TN.

Conture, E.G., Anderson, J.D., Pellowski, M.W., Odhe, R.N., & Zackheim, C.T. (2001, June). Linguistic processes and childhood stuttering: There is many a slip between intention and lip. Invited presentation to the Fourth International Speech Motor Conference, Nijmegen, The Netherlands.

Conference Proceedings

Byrd, C.T., Coalson, G., McGill, M., & Gkalitsiou, Z. (in press). Exploring the relationship between phonological working memory and stuttering. Proceedings of 8th World Congress on Fluency Disorders.  

Conture, E., & Zackheim, C.T. (2004).  Stuttering: The long and winding road from the womb to the tomb.  In K. Baker & D. Rowley (Eds.). Proceedings of Sixth Oxford Disfluency Conference (pp. 7-42), Leicester, UK: KLB Publications.

Conture, E.G., Anderson, J.D., Pellowski, M.W., Ohde, R.N., & Zackheim, C.T. (2001). Linguistic processes and childhood stuttering: There is many a slip between intention and lip. In B. Maassen, W. Hulstijn, R. Kent, H.F.M. Peters, & P.H.M.M. van Lieshout (Eds.), Proceedings of the Fourth International Speech Motor Conference (pp. 355-359). Nijmegen, The Netherlands: University of Nijmegen Press.