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Program


Friday, April 23, 2010

08.00 am Registration
08.45 am Opening Symposium
09.00 am

A rationale for therapy goals & principles of success. Walt Manning (Memphis University, USA) PdF

10.30 am Coffee Break
11.00 am Subcortical implication in stuttering and other movement disorders. Henny-Annie Bijleveld (Université Libre de Bruxelles, Belgium) PdF
12.30 pm Lunch
01.30 pm

Session A      Session organized by ECSF & ECSF-graduates
01.30-02.00   EU education of fluency specialists. Leahy M. & Eggers K. PdF       
02.00-03.00   'Free to stutter...free to speak': A collaborative presentation between clinicians and clients. McGuire A., O'Dwyer M., Ryan F., Norris V., & O'Driscoll J.P.  PdF

Session B  
01.30-02.00   Genetics and co-occurence of stuttering, clutteirng, and childhood speech disorders.  Fibiger S., Fagnani C., Skytthe A., & Hjelmborg J. PdF
02.00-03.00   The defective language automation hypothesis in cluttering. van Zaalen Y. PdF

Session C          
01.30-02.00   Self-esteem of 8-16 year old persons who stutter: Effects on speech behaviors and therapy. Zückner H. PdF
02.00-02.30   Unimpeded learning for students who stutter. Pertijs M. PdF
02.30-03.00   Confidence of students in working with people who stutter. Stack A. & Lyons R. PdF

Session D     Session organized in cooperation with ELSA           
01.30-02.15   Stuttering and disability: the right to speak. Blom A. & Farr E.J. PdF
02.15-03.00   To speak: Movie on life experiences with stuttering & discussion. Lamens E.
 

Poster session 
01.30-03.00
Educating fluency specialists in Europe: An innovative program. Eggers K. & Leahy M. PdF
Do persons who stutter exhibit motor instability at utterance onset? Tasko S. & Brown B. PdF
Duration of hesitation phenomena in adults without fluency disorders. Merlo S. & Barbosa P.A. PdF 
Disfluencies in preschool and school-aged children. Simonska M. Pdf
Loci of dysfluency in acquired neurogenic vs. persistent developmental stuttering. Balasubramanian V., Wilber A., Huang R., & Max L.
Retention tests confirm contributions of motor learning in stuttering adaptation. Max L. & Baldwin C. 
Examining the attitude of children towards three methodologies to practice speech motor skills. Umanski D.
Measurement of trained speech patterns in stuttering. Alpermann A. PdF
Can stuttering be cured through induction of plastic change? Sonsterud H. & Henriksen K. PdF
Reduction of subjective distress caused by listeners' reactions. Soster D., Tadic J., & Davidovic N.D.
Mindfulness and its relevance to stammering. Cheasman C. PdF

 
03.00 pm Coffee Break
03.30 pm

Genetics of stuttering. Dennis Drayna (National Institutes of Health, USA) Videoconference

04.30 pm

Session A  
04.30-05.00   Possibilities in neurogenic stuttering treatment. König K. PdF       
05.00-05.30   Neurogenic stuttering following stroke. Theys C., van Wieringen A., Thys V., Sunaert S., & De Nil L.F.

Session B  
04.30-05.00   Movement disorders: does stuttering belong here? Rowley D. & Jelcic Jaksic S. PdF
05.00-05.30   Learning speech and nonspeech sensorimotor transformations in individuals who stutter. Max L., Ito T., Daliri A., Baldwin C.J., Rogan-Quigley K.A.                  

Session C          
04.30-05.00   Coping with stuttering at school-age: A parents and child perspective. Emanuel L., Ezrati-Vinacour R., Katz-Bernstein N. PdF
05.00-05.30   Does the communication attitude of children just represent stuttering severity? Boey R.

Session D               
04.30-05.00   An intensive group therapy with adult stutterers: The Bulgarian experience. Georgieva D. & Fibiger S. PdF PdF
05.00-05.30   Effectiveness of MBACT to improve quality of life of adults who stutter. Beilby J.

 


 

05.30 pm        
Thoughts about Future Directions in Cluttering. Ken St. Louis (West Virginia University, USA)  PdF                                            


 

Saturday, April 24, 2010

09.00 am Progress, Benefits, and Challenges in Measuring Public Opinions About Stuttering Worldwide. Ken St. Louis (West Virginia University, USA)  PdF
10.30 am Coffee Break
11.00 am

Recovery from stuttering. Peter Howell (University College London, UK)  PdF

12.30 pm Lunch
01.30 pm

Session A    
01.30-02.30   Interiorised/covert stammering: a group therapy programme, clients' and therapists' perspectives. Everard R. & Cheasman C. PdF       
02.30-03.00   Do men and woman perceive, live and manage their stuttering the same way?. Tomaiuoli D., Falcone P., & Del Gado F.

Session B  
01.30-02.30   Comprehensive care of school-age CWS with attention deficit disorders. Monfrais-Pfauwadel M-C. PdF
02.30-03.00   Cluttering and stuttering: Disfluency, reading, and writing. van Zaalen Y. PdF

Session C          
01.30-02.30   Explaining natural recovery in a neurological demand and capacity model. Weidig T. PdF
02.30-03.00   An analysis of self-reported errors in the inner speech of adults who stutter. Brocklehurst P. & Corley M. PdF

Session D       
01.30-03.00   'Wit' or without: Facilitation fo a positive attitude to communication using humor in stuttering. Agius J. PdF

 

Poster session 
01.30-03.00
Educating fluency specialists in Europe: An innovative program. Eggers K. & Leahy M. PdF
Parent attitudes towards stuttering in preschool children. Simonska M. PdF
The effect of different negative reinforcement on stuttering frequency.
Nabieva T. PdF
Inhibitory control in CWS.
Eggers K., De Nil L., & Van den Bergh, B. PdF
Treatment approach 'KIDS': Groups for CWS.
Sandrieser P. & Schneider P. PdF
Exciting collaboration turns cluttering fascinating.
Sonsterud H. & Kvenseth H.
Awareness of young stuttering children towards their speech disfluency. Boey R.
Multidimensional analysis of coice of people who stutter.
Davidovic N.D., Lazic M.P., Soster D., & Tadic J.
Evaluation of telematic services for guiding parents of preschool CWS.
Fourlas G. PdF
The impact of fluent and dysfluent speech on telephone preference.
Smith R. & Jenkins H.
Computational neuroscience of stuttering: modeling and simulations of
dopaminergic dysfunction.
Daliri A., Towhidkhah F., & Max L.

 
03.00 pm Coffee Break
03.30 pm

Subtypes and risk factors in childhood stuttering. Patricia Zebrowski (University of Iowa, USA) Videoconference  PdF

04.30 pm Closing