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How to stop stuttering when you’re nervous

Episode #207: While being nervous doesn’t cause stuttering, it does fuel it. So it’s no wonder that one of the top situations where people who stutter would definitely not prefer to stutter would be when they are nervous. Even when we aren’t nervous, people tend to think we are scared, or lying, or trying to hide something. So what do we do when those situations arise? Some homework.

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Stuttering in signing, handwriting, and touch typing

Could stuttering be more than a speech issue? What about the rest of your body? Dr. Greg Snyder returns to chat about some pretty cool research his lab at Ole Miss is currently conducting on stuttering in sign language, handwriting, and even touch typing! We also talk about a remarkable app that shows promise in reducing stuttering through your smartphone.

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