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Congress Program

Congress Program

Please note there are 4 full days of congress programming from 13th - 16th July inclusive (followed by a day of post-congress workshops on 17th July). 

During the congress, plenum sessions will be held during the morning and parallel sessions will run from approximately 13:30 – 15:00 and again from 16:00 – 17:30 each day. To facilitate movement between presentations without disruption to presenters, some sessions may start or finish 10 minutes either side of these general start/finish times. Please check the schedule for precise start and finish times for each presentation.

The tables below show the schedule of Oral Presentations, and are followed by a list of Reference Numbers, Titles and Authors.  The Reference Numbers in the list are linked to the location of that presentation in the Program Table.

Poster presentations are divided into three groups, with each group of poster presentations being on display throughout one congress day (Friday, Saturday or Sunday). There will be dedicated time during the afternoon  when poster presenters will be available by their posters to answer delegate questions. Exhibition stands will be on display throughout each congress day.

The program of oral presentations is detailed below, and is followed by a detailed list of presentations and authors. The schedule of poster presentation will be published as soon as it is available. The Congress Organizing Team reserve the right to make changes to the schedule as necessary.

Colour code

 

The colour code for language and translation status of each presentation is outlined here. 

 

 

FRIDAY 13th JULY
8:45 8:30 - 9:45 REGISTRATION AND COFFEE
9:15
9:30
9:45 9:45-10:15 Opening ceremony
10:00
10:15 10:15-11:45
Keynote 1
Dr. Bruce Wampold
The Social Bases of Healing
10:30
10:45
11:00
11:15
11:30
11:45  
      11:45 - 13:30
Lunch
   
 
    12:15 - 13:15
IFA Membership meeting
 
 
 
  Open Mic
13:00-13:20
 
12:00
12:15
12:30
12:45
13:00
13:15
13:30 13:30-15:00
038
Talk about the future of Asian stuttering self help group
13:30 - 15:00
384
Attempts to bridge the divide between stuttering therapy, self-help, and science: A panel discussion
13:30 - 15:00
457
Early Childhood Stuttering Therapy: Indirect or Direct? Both or Neither?
13:30 - 15:00
018
Meanings and roles of associations for parents with stuttering children: issues and visions of planning and management
13:30 - 14:30
471
International Cluttering Association Forum: 10 Years of Successful Collaboration
13:30 - 14:30
305
Universities; STUC in Their Ways? Supporting Students and Staff who Stammer
13:45
14:00
14:15
14:30 14:40-15:10
466
Efficacy of Auditory- Visual Feedback Training for People who Clutter
14:40 - 15:10
330
Experiences and insights from private practice SLPs
14:45
15:00 - 16:00 Poster session
16:00 16:00 - 16:30
458
"No Tracks in the Snow" National Stuttering Association (NSA)
16:00 - 16:30
469
Self-Help Activities for People Who Stutter: Committee Recommended Etiquette for Professionals and Activity Leaders
16:00 - 16:30
380
A stuttering simulation clinic embedded into program curricula: Results across two student cohorts
16:00 - 16:30
039
An example of adult stuttering with improved symptoms in about one year report of training based on Rass
16:00 - 16:30
313
Coping with Stuttering in Cameroon- Africa (my personal experience)
16:00 - 16:30
340
Coping with stuttering using Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy (REBT): Updates from India
16:15
16:30 16:40 - 17:40
399
The value of acceptance for people who stutter – an opportunity to listen and discuss
16:40 - 17:40
354
Interactive exchange for young people who stutter: The We-Stutter-Project workshop
16:40 - 17:40
406
Using telehealth to empower parents by providing high quality information within a group setting
16:40 - 17:40
010
Stuttering improvement focused on psychological factors ~effectiveness of group counseling~
16:40 - 17:40
307
Intercultural Perceptions of Stuttering in the General Population
16:40 - 17:40
321
Stuttering and the COM-B model: exploring the factors that drive change
16:45
17:00
17:15
17:30
17:45   17:45-19:15
500
NIH Bursary workshop Maximizing grant application success
18:00
18:15
18:30
18:45
19:00


SATURDAY 14th JULY
8:45 08:45-10:15
Keynote 2
Dr. Florence Myers, Dr. Charley Adams, Dr. Susanne Cook (panel)
The Conceptualization of Cluttering
9:15
9:30
9:45
10:00
10:15
10:30 10:15 - 10:45
Break
10:45 10:45 - 11:45
502
Uniting PWS, PWC, family and researcher perspectives on the important research questions in fluency disorders: a forum
11:00
11:15
11:30
11:45  
      11:45 - 13:30
Lunch
   
 
 Open Mic 
13:00-13:20
12:15 - 13:15
ICA Membership meeting
12:15 - 13:15
JSSFD Board meeting
12:00
12:15
12:30
12:45
13:00
13:15
13:30 13:30 - 14:30
040
A gathering of women who stutter
13:30 - 14:30
343
FluencyBank: free multi-lingual fluency and language resources for clinicians and researchers
13:30 - 14:30
328
Meeting the Needs of People Who Stutter: Seeing, Feeling, and Experiencing Counseling Approaches
13:30 - 14:00 
011
A new challenge of self-help groups for young people who stutter: We-Stutt project's activities

13:30 - 14:30
431
From Person Who Stutters, to Professor of Stuttering, to Parent of a Child Who Stutters
13:20 - 13:50
341
Development and validation of Impact Scale for Assessment of Cluttering and Stuttering (ISACS): Preliminary data
13:45
14:00   14:00 - 14:30
395
Cluttering in fragile X syndrome vs. nonsyndromic autism spectrum disorder
14:15
14:30 14:40 - 15:10
034
A case report of an adult woman who stutters improved by training based on RASS theory
14:40 - 15:10
468
Genome-Wide Association Study of Stuttering –Genetic Findings
 14:40 - 15:10 
479
WITHDRAWN

14:10 - 14:40 
033
We are the world - A workshop where participants with stuttering interact through music 
14:40 - 15:10
332
Parents who stutter’s experience of having a child who stutters: A qualitative study.
14:40 - 15:10
361
Personal Appraisals of Support from Stuttering Adults in Lebanon, Poland, Slovakia, and the Czech Republic
14:45
15:00 - 16:00 Poster session
16:00 15:50 - 16:20
462
The clinical utility of self-disclosure for children and adults who stutter
16:00-17:30
504
World Café One World, Many Voices
16:00-17:30
371
Palin Parent-Child Interaction Therapy: Supporting parents to help the young child who stutters
15:50 - 16:20
317
Conversational Discourse Analysis of Children Who Stutter: Single versus Dual Attention Conditions
  15:50 - 16:20
460
WITHDRAWN
16:15
16:30 16:30 - 17:00
485
Preliminary technical and ethical findings of an assessment of speech and language through an app
16:30 - 17:00
429
Neural processes underlying phonological awareness differentiates persistence and recovery in young children who stutter


16:30 - 17:00
470
The fluency disorder of spasmodic dysphonia: analysis of stuttering-like and nonstuttering-like disfluencies
16:45
17:00 17:10 - 17:40
489
Stuttering: Reactive stopping and intrinsic no-go decisions in the case of persistent developmental stuttering
17:10 - 17:40
425
Does emotional content of the message matter when stuttering? Data from neurological and psychophysical responses.
  17:10 - 17:40 
372
Stuttering and Typical Disfluencies in Polish-English Bilinguals: Cross-Linguistic Correlates
17:15
17:30
17:45


SUNDAY 15th JULY
8:45 08:45-10:15
Keynote 3
Dr. Koichi Mori
The use of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy in a group setting with adults who stutter
9:15
9:30
9:45
10:00
10:15
10:30 10:15 - 10:45
Break
10:45 10:45 - 11:45
410
Change Readiness Among Adolescents Who Stutter
11:00
11:15
11:30
11:45  
      11:45 - 13:20
Lunch
   
 
  12:10 - 13:20
Film:
When I stutter
12:15 - 13:15
JSSFD Membership meeting
 
 
  Open Mic
13:00-13:20
 
12:00
12:15
12:30
12:45
13:00
13:20   13:20 - 13:50
368
Management of stuttering in school-age children: What drives clinical decisions?
13:20 - 13:50
483
SLT experience working with PWS and identifying autism spectrum features during therapy:  Three Case Studies
13:20 - 13:50
454
Benefits and pitfalls of SLTs and PWS working together
13:30 13:30-15:00
452
Minimizing Bullying for Children Who Stutter
13:30-15:00
301
Mindfulness, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, and the Brain: An Experiential Journey with Fluency Disorders
13:30-15:00
042
My message ~Let's share my stuttering experience~
13:45
14:00 14:00 - 14:30
316
Stuttering and disruptive behaviours in children treated for developmental stuttering disorders
14:00 - 14:30
347
Categorical perception of the speech sounds by children who do and do not stutter
14:00 - 14:30
461
A qualitative narrative study of a family’s experience with self-help as part of intervention
14:15
14:30 14:40 - 15:10
463
Benefits of Camp Dream. Speak. Live: An intensive treatment program for children who stutter
14:40 - 15:10
381
Stuttering in Africa
14:40 - 15:10
396
Stuttering and Mental Health -International Advocacy Efforts for Awareness and Treatment
14:45
15:00 - 15:50 Poster session
15:50 15:50 - 16:20
433
Long-term outcomes of the RESTART trial comparing Lidcombe Program and RESTART-DCM based treatment: preliminary results
16:00 - 16:30
024
Application development for improving fluency with regular rhythm stimulation
14:40 - 15:10
416
Animal assistance in Fluency treatment- a pilot study

16:00-17:30
503
Quandaries in Cluttering: Current issues and potential solutions
15:50 - 16:20
412
Educating Future Clinicians: Teaching Professional Behaviors to Improve the Client-Clinician Alliance
15:50 - 16:20
478
Educational Outcomes of Teaching Fluency Disorders Course at Moscow Pedagogical State University
16:15
16:30 16:30 - 17:30
327
Exploring Key Concepts for Surviving and Thriving with Stuttering: A Journey of Discovery 
16:40 - 17:10
017
Seeking broad support for people with stuttering
16:30 - 17:00
346
The reduction of stuttering using syllable-timed speech in speakers of a syllable-timed language 
17:10 - 17:40
494
Individualized therapy for adults who stutter: An evaluation of speech, anxiety and avoidance behaviour.
16:30 - 17:30
364
PhD Student Round Table Discussion Forum
16:30 - 17:30
409
The European Clinical Specialization on Fluency Disorders (ECSF): Review of ten course cycles
16:45
17:00  
17:15
17:30
17:45   17:45-19:15
501
NIH Bursary workshop Junior researcher forum: How to maximize success in academic employment, promotion and tenure
18:00
18:15
18:30
18:45
19:00


MONDAY 16th JULY
8:45 08:45-10:15
Keynote 4
Annie Bradberry & Dr. Mitchell Trichon
Nurturing Partnerships and Cooperation in our Stuttering / Cluttering world
9:15
9:30
9:45
10:00
10:15
10:30 10:15 - 10:45
Break
10:45 10:45 - 11 :45
453
Redefining Stammering at Work – The Employers Stammering Network
11:00
11:15
11:30
11:45  
      11:45 - 13:30
Lunch
   
 
    12:15-13:15
ISA membership meeting
 
 
       
12:00
12:15
12:30
12:45
13:00
13:15
13:30 13:30 - 14 :30
036
The importance of teachers' support at school for school-age stutterers in Japan
13:00 - 14:30 Film: When I stutter with Q&A 13:30-14 :30
442
Treatment of temperamental issues in stuttering pre-school children within the RESTART-DCM approach
13:30-14 :30
472
Demonstrations of Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy of Stuttering (REBTS) Teletherapy Techniques With Extensive Audience Participation
13:30-14 :30
403
Voices of Experience – perspectives on therapy type and need (panel)
13:30-14 :30
488
Cluttering: A Treatment Guide Using ”ROAD MAPS”
13:45
14:00
14:15
14:30 14:40 - 15 :10
401
Outcomes of Stuttering Modification Therapy for Adults who Stutter: Making a Difference
14:40 - 15 :10
430
Improving the effectiveness of fluency therapists: above and beyond evidence-based treatments
14:40 - 15 :10
310
Treatment of childhood stuttering using the Lidcombe Program in mainland China – Two case studies
14:40-15 :10
030
A stuttering culture introduced in Japanese haiku ·senryuu (Situation surrounding people with stuttering)
14:40 - 15 :10
309
Updates on the Pharmacologic Treatment of Stuttering
14:40 - 15 :10
465
A Qualitative Study on the Cognitive and Affective Aspects of Cluttering
14:45
15:00 - 15:30 Break
15:30 - 16:15 Bid presentations for future congresses
16:15 - 16:45 Closing Ceremony

 

Oral Presentations

Reference number

Title

Authors (presenting authors cited in bold)

Keynote 1

The Social Bases of Healing  

Dr. Bruce Wampold  

Keynote 2

The Conceptualization of Cluttering (panel)

Dr. Florence Myers, Dr. Charley Adams, Dr. Susanne Cook

Keynote 3

The use of Cognitive Behavioural Therapy in a group setting with adults who stutter    

Dr. Koichi Mori

Keynote 4

Nurturing Partnerships and Cooperation in our Stuttering / Cluttering world

Annie Bradberry, Dr. Mitchell Trichon

010

Stuttering improvement focused on psychological factors ~effectiveness of group counseling~

Toshiyuki Kujime, Shinji Tahara, Asako Hayakawa, Ryosuke Asafuji

011

A new challenge of self-help groups for young people who stutter: We-Stutt project's activities

Hayato Araki, Daiki Kurosawa, Koichi Hirose, Daichi Iimura

017

Seeking broad support for people with stuttering

Hisanori Matsuo

018

Meanings and roles of associations for parents with stuttering children: issues and visions of planning and management

Akiko Mochida, Makiko Kubo, Yuko Toda, Masami Matsumoto, Sachiyo Nishio, Toshiaki Katada, Risa Goto

024

Application development for improving fluency with regular rhythm stimulation



Ayumu Komiya & Shoko Miyamoto

030

A stuttering culture introduced in Japanese haiku ·senryuu

(Situation surrounding people with stuttering)

Kazuo Hamada

033

We are the world

A workshop where participants with stuttering interact through music- we are the world

Shimizu Yuuji, Tatsukawa Hideo, Hirose Kouichi

034

A case report of an adult woman who stutters improved by training based on RASS theory

Ikeda Yasuko, Tsuzuki Sumio

036

The importance of teachers' support at school for school-age stutterers in Japan

Shinobu Murase

038

Talk about the future of Asian stuttering self help group

Keisuke Saitou, Dhurv

039

An example of adult stuttering with improved symptoms in about one year report of training based on Rass

Kishimura Yoshinori

040

A gathering of women who stutter

Miho Maruoka, Annie Bradberry, Ayaka Murakami, Heather Najman, Yuko Yoshida

042

My message ~Let's share my stuttering experience~

Keisuke Saitou, Mai Funatsu, Kazuo Hamanda, Daiki Yamaguti, Hideaki Yokoi, Taniguti, Yuuri Miura, Keiko Fujiwara, Kasahara, Joseph Nsubuga, Mitchell Trichon, Douglas Scott, Hanan Hurwitz

301

Mindfulness, Acceptance and Commitment Therapy, and the Brain: An Experiential Journey with Fluency Disorders

Jaime Michise and Scott Palasik

305

Universities; STUC in Their Ways?   Supporting Students and Staff who Stammer

Claire Norman

307

Intercultural Perceptions of Stuttering in the General Population

Jean-François Leblanc

309

Updates on the Pharmacologic Treatment of Stuttering

Gerald A. Maguire, Michele Nelson

310

Treatment of childhood stuttering using the Lidcombe Program in mainland China – Two case studies

Imogen Dean, Sally Hewat, Rachael Unicomb, Ms. Guangli (Cindy) Cui

313

Coping with Stuttering in Cameroon- Africa (my personal experience)

Joe Lukong

316

Stuttering and disruptive behaviours in children treated for developmental stuttering disorders

Kerianne Druker, Janet Beilby, Dr. Neville Hennessey, Dr. Trevor Mazzucchelli

317

Conversational Discourse Analysis of Children Who Stutter: Single versus Dual Attention Conditions

Janet Beilby

321

Stuttering and the COM-B model: exploring the factors that drive change

Kevin Paul Fower

327

Exploring Key Concepts for Surviving and Thriving with Stuttering: A Journey of Discovery

Hanan Hurwitz

328

Meeting the Needs of People Who Stutter: Seeing, Feeling, and Experiencing Counseling Approaches

Heather Salvo, Alison LaJuett, Scott Palasik

330

Experiences and insights from private practice SLPs

Kate Bridgman, Shane Erickson

332

Parents who stutter’s experience of having a child who stutters: A qualitative study.

Ina Storm-Paulsen, Åse Sjøstrand

340

Coping with stuttering using Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy (REBT): Updates from India

Pallavi Kelkar

341

Development and validation of Impact Scale for Assessment of Cluttering and Stuttering (ISACS): Preliminary data

Pallavi Kelkar, Maya Sanghi, Sneha Chaudhari

343

FluencyBank: free multi-lingual fluency and language resources for clinicians and researchers

Nan Bernstein Ratner, Brian MacWhinney

346

The reduction of stuttering using syllable-timed speech in speakers of a syllable-timed language

Thomas Law, Ann Packman, Mark Onslow, Carol, K.-S. To, Michael C.-F. Tong, Kathy Y.-S. Lee

347

Categorical perception of the speech sounds by children who do and do not stutter

Mehdi Bakhtiar, Caicai Zhang, SO Sze Ki

348





354

Interactive exchange for young people who stutter: The We-Stutter-Project workshop

Daichi Iimura, Daiki Kurosawa, Hayato Araki, Koichi Hirose

361

Personal Appraisals of Support from Stuttering Adults in Lebanon, Poland, Slovakia, and the Czech Republic

Katarzyna Węsierska, Selma Saad Merouwe, Nouhad A. Melhem, Jan Dezort, Hana Lacikova, Kenneth O. St. Louis

364

PhD Student Round Table Discussion Forum

Kerianne Druker

368

Management of stuttering in school-age children: What drives clinical decisions?

Sally Hewat, Rachael Unicomb, Anna Hearne

371

Palin Parent-Child Interaction Therapy: Supporting parents to help the young child who stutters

Elaine Kelman, Sharon Millard, Ali Berquez

372

Stuttering and Typical Disfluencies in Polish-English Bilinguals: Cross-Linguistic Correlates

Aleksandra Krawczyk, Martine Vanryckeghem, Katarzyna Węsierska, Anthony Pak Hin Kong

380

A stuttering simulation clinic embedded into program curricula: Results across two student cohorts

Adriana Penman, Anne Hill, Sally Hewat, Nerina Scarinci

381

Stuttering in Africa

Amenyo Akagla

384

Attempts to bridge the divide between stuttering therapy, self-help, and science: A panel discussion

Caryn Herring, Seth Tichenor, Chris Constantino, Naomi Hertsberg Rodgers, Scott Palasik

395

Cluttering in fragile X syndrome vs. nonsyndromic autism spectrum disorder

Kathleen Scaler Scott, Jessica Klusek, Jessica S. Kisenwether, Charley Adams, Angela John Thurman, Leonard Abbeduto

396

Stuttering and Mental Health -International Advocacy Efforts for Awareness and Treatment

Mark Irwin, Gerald Maguire, Annie Bradberry, Nan Bernstein Ratner

399

The value of acceptance for people who stutter – an opportunity to listen and discuss

Carolyn Cheasman, Rachel Everard

401

Outcomes of Stuttering Modification Therapy for Adults who Stutter: Making a Difference

Rachel Everard, Peter Howell

403

Voices of Experience – perspectives on therapy type and need

Mark Irwin, John Steggles

406

Using telehealth to empower parents by providing high quality information within a group setting

Karoline Hoff, Ane Hestmann Melle

409

The European Clinical Specialization on Fluency Disorders (ECSF): Review of ten course cycles

Kurt Eggers, Margaret Leahy

410

Assessing Change Readiness Among Adolescents Who Stutter

Patricia Zebrowski, Naomi Hertsberg Rodgers, Hope Gerlach

412

Educating Future Clinicians: Teaching Professional Behaviors to Improve the Client-Clinician Alliance

Shelley B. Brundage

416

Animal assistance in Fluency treatment- a pilot study

Teresa Paslawski, Holly Lomheim

425

Does emotional content of the message matter when stuttering? Data from neurological and psychophysical responses.

Glen Tellis, Cara Imbalzano, D’manda Price, Elizabeth Heinmiller, Jordan Seprosky, Denis Anson, Cari Tellis, Rickson Mesquita, Sergio L. Novi Jr., Arjun Yodh

429

Neural processes underlying phonological awareness differentiates persistence and recovery in young children who stutter

Gregory J. Spray, Amanda Hampton Wray

430

Improving the effectiveness of fluency therapists: above and beyond evidence-based treatments

Kurt Eggers

431

From Person Who Stutters, to Professor of Stuttering, to Parent of a Child Who Stutters

Jason H. Davidow

433

Long-term outcomes of the RESTART trial comparing Lidcombe Program and RESTART-DCM based treatment: preliminary results

Marie-Christine Franken, Toni Rietveld, Elly Stolk

442

Treatment of temperamental issues in stuttering pre-school children within the RESTART-DCM approach

Marie-Christine Franken, Ellen Laroes

447



 
452

Minimizing Bullying for Children Who Stutter

J Scott Yaruss, Caryn Herring, Seth Tichenor, Nina Reardon-Reeves

453

Redefining Stammering at Work – The Employers Stammering Network

Iain Wilkie, Sam Simpson

454

Benefits and pitfalls of SLTs and PWS working together

Joana Caldas, Jaqueline Carmona

457

Early Childhood Stuttering Therapy: Indirect or Direct? Both or Neither?

J Scott Yaruss

458

“No Tracks in the Snow” National Stuttering Association (NSA)

Tom R Scharstein

461

A qualitative narrative study of a family’s experience with self-help as part of intervention

John A. Tetnowski, Jennifer T. Tetnowski

462

The clinical utility of self-disclosure for children and adults who stutter

Courtney Byrd, Zoi Gkalitsiou, Elizabeth Hampton, Danielle Werle

463

Benefits of Camp Dream. Speak. Live: An intensive treatment program for children who stutter

Courtney Byrd, Elizabeth Hampton, Zoi Gkalitsiou, Danielle Werle, Katie Winters

465

A Qualitative Study on the Cognitive and Affective Aspects of Cluttering

Yvonne van Zaalen, Isabella Reichel

466

Efficacy of Auditory-Visual Feedback Training for People who Clutter

Yvonne van Zaalen, Isabella Reichel

468

Genome-Wide Association Study of Stuttering –Genetic Findings

Shelly Jo Kraft, Jennifer Below

469

Self-Help Activities for People Who Stutter: Committee Recommended Etiquette for Professionals and Activity Leaders

Mitchell Trichon, Erik X. Raj

470

The fluency disorder of spasmodic dysphonia: analysis of stuttering-like and nonstuttering-like disfluencies

Michael P. Cannito, John A. Tetnowski, Monica L. Johnson, Brittany F. Rutland, Jennifer T. Tetnowski

471

International Cluttering Association Forum: 10 Years of Successful Collaboration

Isabella Reichel, Grace Ademola-Sakoya, Véronique Aumont Boucan, Judit Bona, Jaqueline Carmona, Marjan Cosyns, Yulia Filatova, Maisa Haj-Tas, Pallavi Kelkar; Shoko Mayomoto, Sertan Ozdemir, Reina Remman Rmeih, Maya Sanghi, Alexandra Schnell, Yayoi Shimizu, Hilda Sønsterud, Beatriz Touzet, David Ward, Shu-Lan Yang, Yvonne van Zaalen

472

Demonstrations of Rational Emotive Behavior Therapy of Stuttering (REBTS) Teletherapy Techniques With Extensive Audience Participation

Gunars K. Neiders, Heather Grossman

478

Educational Outcomes of Teaching Fluency Disorders Course at Moscow Pedagogical State University

Yulia O. Filatova

483

SLT experience working with PWS and identifying autistim spectrum features during therapy:   Three Case Studies

Andžela Šteinberga

485

Preliminary technical and ethical findings of an assessment of speech and language through an app

Avin Mirawdeli, Jenny Gibson

488

Cluttering: A Treatment Guide Using ”ROAD MAPS”

Lesley Wolk

489

Stuttering: Reactive stopping and intrinsic no-go decisions in the case of persistent developmental stuttering

Anna Tendera, Torrey Loucks, Nicole Neef

494

Individualized therapy for adults who stutter: An evaluation of speech, anxiety and avoidance behaviour.

Hilda Sønsterud, Melanie Kirmess, Margrethe Seeger Halvorsen, Kristin Billaud Feragen, David Ward

500

Junior researcher forum: maximizing grant application success

Nan Bernstein Ratner, Soo-Eun Chang

501

Junior researcher forum: How to maximize success in academic employment, promotion and tenure

Nan Bernstein Ratner, Soo-Eun Chang

502

Uniting PWS, PWC, family and researcher perspectives on the important research questions in fluency disorders: a forum

Nan Bernstein Ratner, Charley Adams, Annie Bradberry, Hanan Hurwitz, Kathleen Scaler Scott 

503

Quandaries in Cluttering: Current issues and potential solutions

Kathleen Scaler Scott

504

World Café: One World, Many Voices

Hideo Tastukawa, Keisuke Saitou, Naoshi Maeara, Yuki Hara

  Film: When I stutter’

John Gomez

Scott Palasik


 

Poster Presentations

FRIDAY 13th JULY
Reference number Title Authors (presenting authors cited in bold)
002 Stuttering and environmental factors Hikaru Ito
005 Status and challenges of a stuttering clinic in an urban university hospital Yoriko Fujimoto, Hirokazu Sakamoto
006 The influence of factors related to the occurrence of stuttering on word perception in Japanese Momoko Oda, Norimune Kawai
012 Why do regional differences exist between self-help groups? A discussion through We-Stutt project's activities Daiki Kurosawa, Hayato Araki, Koichi Hirose, Daichi Iimura
013 The possibility of VR (virtual reality) technology for stuttering treatment Madoka Umetsu, Daichi Iimura
016 Treatment of cluttering based on rhythmic synchronization Shoko Miyamoto, Shinako Yamasaki, Setsuko Imatomi
019 Preliminary investigation of rhythmic effect on fluency of children who stutter Shinako Yamazaki, Shoko Miyamoto
022 Stuttering on function and content words in Japanese children of two age groups Takanabu Homma, Satoshi Imaizumi
023 Characteristics of peer consultations among members of a self-help group. Hiroaki Kobayashi, Yoshimasa Sakata
041 Induction of speech fluency by using transcranial direct current electrical stimulation and delayed auditory feedback Yasuto Yada, Ryuichiro Hashimoto, Shuta Tomisato, Daichi Iimura
051 Stuttering as a social construct: An analysis through the presenter's own experience Motohiro Honda
054 Keeping company and living with stuttering: 20 years of workshops for children who stutter and their parents Takaharu Satou
055 Formant transitions at the onset of phonation with light articulatory contacts Keiko Ochi, Koichi Mori, Naomi Sakai, Yasunari Obuchi
057 The World friend map Takayuki Minami
060 Experimental treatment of early stuttering: preliminary findings of a randomized controlled trial Yoshimasa Sakata, Yuki Hara, Hiroaki Kobayashi, Shoko Miyamoto, Naoshi Maeara, Norimune Kawai, Mariko Yoshino, Koichi Mori
308 Perceptual Attributes of Exceptionally Rapid Rate: Implications for Cluttering Florence L. Myers, Klaas Bakker, Lawrence J. Raphael
314 Modifying speech onset in stuttering with altered auditory feedback Torrey Loucks, Heecheong Chon, Anwar Haq
315 Onset of stuttering in teenage years: a case study Anu Subramanian
318 The therapeutic alliance: clinician-client perceptions and perceived outcomes in stuttering treatment Robyn Croft, Jennifer Watson
336 Significant others’ perceptions of the emotional impact of stuttering on their life partner who stutters Athanasia Svenning, Martine Vanryckeghem, Jacqueline Towson, Melissa Hamilton
337 An Alternative Rate of Speech Measure for Individuals Who Clutter Jessica S. Kisenwether, Kathleen Scaler-Scott, Shea Williams, Rachel Moon, Shayne Postiglione, Denis Anson
342 Normative, reliability and validity investigation of the Behavior Assessment Battery for Adults – Persian form Martine Vanryckeghem, Arezoo Hasanvand, Fariba Yadegari
344 Treatment approach for two children with coexisting stuttering and articulation/phonological and developmental disorder Naoshi Maeara, Nozomi Takahashi, Yui Taguchi
349 An overview of employment difficulty among adults who stutter in Japan Daichi Iimura
351 The impact of stuttering on Portuguese School Age Children Mónica Rocha, J. Scott Yaruss, Joana Rato
355 Needs and actual condition of accommodations of students who stutter in speech-language-hearing therapist education programs Misuzu Yasui, Daichi Iimura
360 Early intervention in children who stutter around the world: International survey Katarzyna Węsierska, Joseph Agius, Aleksandra Boroń
362 The use of avoidance behaviors by bilingual Lebanese adults who stutter Tala Haouili, Selma Saad Merouwe, Nadia Brejon Teitler
366 Stuttering and Cluttering Attitudes of Beginning SLP Students, Education Students, and the Public in Russia Yulia O. Filatova, Olga Antipova, Kenneth O. St. Louis
375 A survey of the speaker’s experience of the moment of stuttering Seth Tichenor, J. Scott Yaruss
377 Attention and working memory skills in young children who stutter Erica Lescht, Amanda Hampton Wray
379 Subjective and objective measures of stuttering: An exploration of the relationship between OASES-A and SSI-4 Kirsten Howells, Cliff Baluyot, Hilda Sønsterud
386 Comparison of aspects of stuttering in Kannada-English balanced bilingual adults who stutter Priyanka Kashyap, Santosh Maruthy
391 The clinical application of tactile speech feedback on qualitative and quantitative stuttering severity Greg Snyder, Sydney Gulley, Elizabeth Wylot
398 Prevalence of Stuttering in the Adult Population: An Update Jean-François Leblanc
400 Investigation on assertion of Japanese children who stutter Masamutsu Kenjo, Junichi Matsuo, Takashi Nakamura
402 Translation and evaluation of “Self-Stigma of Stuttering Scale (4S)” to Norwegian Janina Härmälä, Åse Sjøstrand, Michael Boyle
405 Timing disorder of adults who stutter: Evidence from bimanual coordination tasks Akira Toyomura, Tetsunoshin Fujii, Paul F. Sowman
407 The European Fluency Specialists Registration System Kurt Eggers, Elaine Kelman, Mark Pertijs
413 Relationships Between Maternal Disfluencies, Language Complexity, and Child Language Outcomes Shelley B. Brundage, Nan Bernstein Ratner
415 How does altered auditory feedback ameliorate stuttering? A perspective derived from non-speech sensorimotor performance Robert van de Vorst, Floris van Vugt, Vincent L. Gracco
423 Should clients be taught to maintain eye-contact when speaking? Data from neurological and psychophysical responses. Glen Tellis, Cara Imbalzano, D’manda Price, Elizabeth Heinmiller, Jordan Seprosky, Cari Tellis, Rickson Mesquita, Sergio L. Novi Jr., Arjun Yodh
435 Pediatricians’ referral practices for children who stutter Katherine Winters, Courtney T. Byrd
450 Differences in coping with stressful situations between adolescents who stutter and adolescents who do not Ana Rendulic, Andrea Milevcic Malenica
477 Reports Of 149 Cases Of Stuttering Over Five Years At Our Small Clinic Eri Sato, Mamiko Otsuka, Masanobu Kumada
480 Motor inhibition and severity of stuttered speech in adults Shanley Treleaven, Geoffrey Coalson


SATURDAY 14th JULY
Reference number Title Authors (presenting authors cited in bold)
7 Effect of pause duration time on the frequency of stuttering occurrence in Japanese. Yuji Honda, Naoshi Maeara, Kentaro Shibata
8 First Japanese institute for stuttering and its influence on school education Yuta Hashimoto
14 Stuttering Camp in Gunma: Forming friendships in cooperation with resource rooms "Tsuukyu" Masatsugu Satoh, Tomoko Hoshino _
15 Mothers' feelings through rearing preschool children who stutter Airi Arita, Michiyo Hirano
25 Exploration of approaches to stuttering based on conditions such as yips and dystonia Heiichi Morikawa
27 A study on the selection of stuttering screening items Yuki Hara, Sachie Umehara, Yuri Sasaki, Yousuke Kita, Masumi Inagaki_
29 Research and issues concerning self-help groups for parents of children who stutter Toshiaki Katada, Akiko Mochida
32 A study of speech change at the early stage of an integrated approach Wakana Hata, Kentarou Yoshizawa, Nao Yusada, Yuki Hara, Yumi Yukimoto, Takeshi Murakami, Michinari Fukada, Ikuyo Ishizaka, Satoshi Horiguchi_
47 Work on Stuttering in Fukushima Prefecture: Report on the First Fukushima Stuttering Council Yayoi Mori, Daiki Kurosawa, Hidekazu Namae, Tetsuhito Fukushima
48 Tele-therapy for a child who stutters: A case study using sound recording and e-mail Michiko_Shimada, Tetunoshin_Fujii, Akira_Toyomura
53 Facial expressions of people who stutter Yuta Okuno
57 The World friend map Takayuki Minami
58 Comparison of individual and group cognitive behavior therapies: A single case switch-over study. Tomohito Houjou, Koichi Mori
302 The development of the Mandarin-Chinese Communication Attitude Inventory for Stuttering Adults Shu-Lan Yang
323 Longitudinal Outcomes Following Participation in a Summer Camp for Children Who Stutter Caryn Herring, Ryan Millager, J. Scott Yaruss
326 Comparisons of Clinical Self-Efficacy and Stigma Variance between SLPs-WS and WDS Kodai Noguchi, Abby Hemmerich
331 Autonomic correlates of speech production in preschoolers who stutter Bridget Walsh, Evan Usler
338 Adapting stuttering attitude assessment instruments to cohorts and cultures: An attempt from India Pallavi Kelkar
352 Time Pressure Effects in People Who Do and Do Not Stutter Michael Susca, Katrina Vu, Ashley Choi, Matthew Webster
353 Worldwide Practices in Stuttering and Multilingualism Nancy E. Hall, Kimberly Martins
356 Our practice to achieve employment support for people who stutter through Domo-Work Toshimitsu Takeuchi, Manami Miyawaki, Daichi Iimura
358 Influences of Sentence-Level Factors on the Stuttering Frequency of Japanese School-Age Children Who Stutter Takahashi Saburo
359 Normative and psychometric investigation of the Behavior Assessment Battery for Children who Stutter in Poland Katarzyna W_sierska, Martine Vanryckeghem, Aleksandra Krawczyk
363 Developmental Stuttering & Autism: A Comparison of Disfluencies and Linguistic Features Heather Salvo, Sloane Burgess
365 Attitudes Toward Stuttering and Cluttering of the Chinese Public Yulia O. Filatova, An-Ning Song, Kenneth O. St. Louis
367 Locus of causality of parents of children who stutter Min Young Kim, Kyungjae Lee
369 The Reliability of Stuttering Measurements: Collecting Data Simultaneously Versus Individually Jason H. Davidow, Robin L. Edge
376 Lexical retrieval and story retelling in adults who do and do not stutter Erica Lescht, Melissa Stockbridge, Nan Bernstein Ratner
378 Adaptation Effect: Impact of Material Length and Timing Intervals on Speech Rate Ying-Chiao Tsao
382 A perceptual study of communication effectiveness in cluttering Emily Gurtizen, Katrina Giacumbo, Kathleen Scaler Scott, Jessica Kisenwether
392 The effects of acetaminophen on emotional pain and stuttering desensitization Greg Snyder, Meliah Grant
404 Reasonable Accommodations for Teenagers Who Stutter Norimune Kawai
414 Hope and coping styles under stress among adults who stutter Afnan Darawshe-Bakrey, Nitza Katz-Bernstein, Ruth Ezrati
419 Behavior Assessment Battery: Normative and comparative study of Greek-speaking school-age children who stutter. Katerina Ntourou, George Fourlas, Dimitris Marousos, Maria Paphiti, Martine Vanryckeghem
420 Temperament as a factor in onset and development of stuttering: data from a Spanish sample Alicia Fernandez-Zuñiga,, Francisco Cabello-Luque, Vanesa Valero-Gómez, Virginia Montero Parras
422 Incorporating intensive group stuttering treatment into an existing summer camp program in Ukraine Kim Sabourin, Roman Marchuk
424 Are certain dysfluencies preferred over others? Neurological, psychophysical, and surveyed responses of typically fluent speakers. Glen Tellis, Cara Imbalzano, D'manda Price, Elizabeth Heinmiller, Jordan Seprosky, Cari Tellis, Rickson Mesquita, Sergio L. Novi Jr., Arjun Yodh
426 Fractional anisotropy decreases in the left arcuate fasciculus in people who stutter: A tractography study Keiichi Yasu, Rongna A, Naomi Sakai, Koichi Mori
428 Lexical and Phonological Strategies Used by Adults Who Stutter: An Eye Tracking Study Kristin M. Pelczarski
434 Neural correlates of lexical diversity in children who do and do not stutter Erica Lescht, Gregory J. Spray, Chelsea Johnson, Emily O. Garnett, Ho Ming Cho2, Soo-Eun Chang
437 Perception of speech naturalness by untrained Arab listeners Maisa A. Haj-Tas
451 Stuttering is more than what you hear- Drawings of Stuttering Darija Hercigonja Salamoni, Ana Renduli_
464 Factor structure of the Japanese version of Liebowitz Social Anxiety Scale in people who stutter Tomosumi Haitani, Naomi Sakai, Koichi Mori, Tomohito Hojyo, A-Rong-Na Hohchahar
493 Africa waking up Joseph Nsubuga


SUNDAY 15th JULY
Reference number Title Authors (presenting authors cited in bold)
4 Effectiveness of the combined approach of DCM and Fluency Shaping Therapy for a preschool child who stutters Nozomi Takahashi, Naoshi Maeara, Seiji Nimi
9 The card game of stuttering. Tetsuya Hosoo
20 A consideration of stuttering based on results of health examinations of 3-year-olds Takaaki Takeyama, Toshihito Aoki, Miyuki Ito, Shinichiro Kasai, Jiro Udaka
21 Employment support activities of people who stutter: cases of support Manami Miyawaki, Daichi Iimura
26 The effect of pitch-accent on the occurrence of stuttering Kentaro Shibata, Yuji Honda, Naoshi Maeara__
28 The relationship between developmental disorders and social anxiety in adults seeking treatment for stuttering Kentarou Yoshizawa, Ikuyo Ishizaka, Nao Yasuda, Yumi Yukimoto, Masayasu Hasebe, Mayu Fueda, Wakana Hata, Michinari Fukuda
31 What we can do to help children understand more about stuttering Nobuko Ishigaki, Takeuchi Yuko_
35 Anxiety and Stuttering: Differences in speech between face-to-face and telephone communication Yoshimasa Makimoto, Takanobu Honma, Satoshi Imaizumi)
37 The practice of dealing with stuttering through posture, and establishment of a community Tetsuya Goto
45 International stuttering enlightenment day in Japan Makoto Aoyama
46 Issues and support needs of PWS in Tohoku District: Analysis of narratives of adolescent people Yayoi Mori, Tomoo Hidaka, Tetsuhito Fukushima
49 Treatment for a student who wants to give his valedictory speech without stuttering at his graduation ceremony Masatoshi Umemura
50 Enjoy Japanese classes: From the viewpoint of advocacy in the self-help group Saori Takai, Toyoaki Waki
56 Incidence of stuttering and related factors at the three-year-old checkup in Japan Naomi Sakai, Hiroaki Kobayashi, Yuki Hara, Shoko Miyamoto, Yoshikazu Kikuchi, Daisuke Sudo, Koichi Mori
57 The World friend map Takayuki Minami
59 A case of early childhood stuttering in which the Lidcombe Program and articulation therapy were conducted in parallel Kohei Kakuta, Yoshimasa Sakata, Tomohito Houjyo, Kotaro Ishikawa
320 Recovery of brain abscess-induced stuttering after neurosurgical intervention. Daisuke Sudo,Youichi Doutake, Hidenori Yokota, Eiju Watanabe
322 A retrospective comparison of the Camperdown Program and the Comprehensive Stuttering Program: The ISTAR experience Jessica Harasym, Holly Lomheim, Torrey Loucks
329 Emotional reactivity and regulation of preschool-age children who stutter during a cognitively-stressful speaking task. Heather Salvo, Hayley S. Arnold
333 The importance of the working alliance in stuttering therapy: Client perceptions. Hilda Sønsterud,, Kirsten Howells, Margrethe Seeger Halvorsen, Kristin Billaud Feragen, David Ward, Melanie Kirmess
339 Awareness building and destigmatization of stuttering in India: Baby steps Pallavi Kelkar, Prathiksha Vaidyanathan
350 Stuttering and multilingualism: practical implications Glenn Aerts
357 An investigation of children who stutter's and parents' needs toward their environment Osamu Ishida, Daichi Iimura
383 How does cluttering affect quality of life and school experiences? A qualitative study. Solveig Klokk, Malin Celine Ødegård, Ane Hestmann Melle, Karoline Hoff
387 Phonological Encoding and Working Memory in Kannada speaking Adults who Stutter Nirmal Sugathan, Santosh Maruthy
388 The effects of reduced articulation rate on language in caregivers and preschool children who stutter Jean Sawyer, Heidi M. Harbers, Takahisa Nagase
393 The source of stuttering disclosure, and its effects on attitudes toward pediatric stuttering Greg Snyder, Molly Grace Williams
394 The German Communication Attitude Test for preschool and kindergarten children who stutter (KiddyCAT-G): psychometric properties Sandra Neumann, Martine Vanryckeghem, Regina Tiefenthaller, Christian Rietz, Prisca Stenneken
408 Comorbid psychiatric disorder and anxiety symptoms in patients who visited Adult Stuttering Clinic in Japan S.Y. Kim, R.Sakuma, N.Sakai, T.Hojo, Y.Sakata, Koichi Mori
417 Weighted-SLD Stuttering Severity using Word and Syllable Counts Chelsea Johnson, Erica Lescht, Gregory J. Spray, Eun Chang
427 Resonant Voice as a Potential Fluency Technique: A Mixed-Methods Analysis Kristin M. Pelczarski, Linda Hoag
436 Topic maintenance strategies used by adolescents who clutter and typical peers Maisa A. Haj-Tas, Sana M. Kamal
438 Bilingual Children Who Stutter: US School-Based Speech-Language Pathologists‘ Training and Perceptions Jennifer B. Watson, Abigail Smalligan
441 Can motor deficits occur in stuttering without language or auditory problems? Sarah Vanhoutte, Patrick Santens, John Van Borsel
444 OASES around the world: International Collaborations For Understanding The Impact of Stuttering J Scott Yaruss, Seth Tichenor
449 Emotional and social impairment and self perceived communication competence in children and adolescents who stutter Andrea Milevcic Malenica, Ana Rendulic
474 Behavioral Inhibition and Stuttering Persistence Katerina Ntourou, DaHye Choi, Cara Singer, Robin Jones, Tedra Walden, Edward Conture, Elizabeth Oyler DeFranco
486 Teasing and bullying experiences of children who stutter Yoshikazu Kikuchi, Yumi Yamaguchi, Takashi Nakagawa
491 A comparison of stuttering speech characteristics in Sinhala-English bilingual children who stutter in Sri Lanka Y.M.U.I Yapa
495 Relationship between severity of stuttering and coping profile Shuta Tomisato, Yasuto Yada, Koichiro Wasano

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A consideration of stuttering based on results of health examinations of 3-year-olds Takaaki Takeyama, Toshihito Aoki, Miyuki Ito, Shinichiro Kasai, Jiro Udaka

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