For the fluency condition, the font was clear and black whereas, for the condition of disfluency
, the font was a little blurry and grey.
Jun, "A comparison of disfluency
patterns in normal and stuttered speech," in Disfluency
in Spontaneous Speech, 2005.
A child was considered a non-stutterer if he/she exhibited two or less disfluency
instances per 100 syllables of the conversational speech and had a total score equal or less than 6 (i.e., equivalent to normal or mild) according to the stuttering diagnosis criteria of SSI-3.
(43) An open-label study of haloperidol lacked disfluency
frequency data, therefore casting doubts on haloperidol's reported efficacy in the study.
Consequently, this is an instance of 'normal disfluency
': he changes the pronoun "we" to "you" in the last sentence.
 reported that individuals with PD show greater disfluency
in writing tasks involving wrist flexion than in the tasks involving wrist extension.
Haim Cohen." If it is in the low range, the speech synthesis generates a response with a disfluency
, such as "Dialing, um, Haim Cohen." This helps prepare callers in case the recognition engine makes an error and routes them to the wrong target.
data for early childhood stuttering.
Rule-based algorithms for each of these disfluency
types have shown some success.
The king's stuttering problem was moderate and didn't show secondary characteristics, but I thought it did show the impact disfluency
Peter also uses a technique called deliberate disfluency
which is when you purposefully stammer to conquer the fear of stammering.
A young child between three and five goes through developmental disfluency
. They are learning to speak but they stumble.