Stuttering is a multi-faceted phenomenon. We are interested in understanding both intrinsic and extrinsic factors that are associated with stuttering. In particular, our current project focus on investigating the processes involved in multisensory integration in both adults and children who stutter. In the context of the societal factors, cultural perceptions of stuttering are of interest to us as they form the bases for cultural responsivity. We use a combination of neuroimaging and behavioral data and collaborate extensively with clinicians to get a comprehensive view of stuttering. If you are a speech pathologist and are interested in letting us know about changes in your work environment since the onset of COVID, please click here to take a short survey: https://inside.southernct.edu/communication-disorders/research/stuttering-lab
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