dysfluent

dysfluent

 [dis-floo´ent]
proceeding with difficulty; said of speech disorders such as stuttering.
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It is strange, then, that despite (or because of) this now-unavoidable end, Book VI succeeds in recovering a positive significance not only from its frequently shambolic hero, but also from the emphatic, guttural, or dysfluent language that has done so much to occasion the poem's unease.
The varieties of pathways to dysfluent reading comparing subtypes of children with dyslexia at letter, word, and connected text levels of reading.
When examining the relationship between reading skill and reading prosody, researchers find that dysfluent readers read passages slowly without proper expression (Cowie, Douglas-Cowie, & Wichmann, 2002).
The current study aimed to design a motivational learning environment for dysfluent people.
Mental health interpreting with language dysfluent deaf clients.
Rasinski (2006) stated that through repeated readings, even dysfluent readers are more able to capture the prosodic and syntactic essence of the text.
2002) Dysfluent reading in the absence of spelling difficulties: A specific disability in regular orthographies.
4) Subsequently, Grossman et al (5,10) reported a different form of progressive language disorder, which was marked by dysfluent and effortful speech, hesitations and errors in the production of speech sounds and termed progressive non-fluent aphasia (PNFA).
mTBI can negatively affect an individual's cognitive-communication functioning, including difficulties with concentration and memory [11-13]; problems participating in social communication; disorganized verbal expression; dysfluent speech; word-retrieval problems; and difficulties with planning, problem solving, judgment, and decision making (Table) [14-17].