Transcranial direct current stimulation over left inferior frontal cortex improves speech fluency in adults who stutter

Published: 31/01/2018
Transcranial direct current stimulation over left inferior frontal cortex improves speech fluency in adults who stutter
Source: ACADEMIC.OUP.COM

Abstract Stuttering is a neurodevelopmental condition affecting 5% of children, and persisting in 1% of adults. Promoting lasting fluency improvement in adults who stutter is a particular challenge. Novel interventions to improve outcomes are of value, therefore. Previous work in patients with acquired motor and language disorders reported enhanced benefits of behavioural therapies when paired wit

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