Language disorders and emotions

Jan Hooper janhooper at aol.com
Wed May 24 17:26:15 EST 1995


I stuttered terribly as a child.  I spoke only when I had to and it was
especially bad when I was upset.  I believe that's one of the reasons I'm
rather "unemotional" now as an adult.  I learned that to control my
stuttering I had to control my emotions.  In some ways, it was a hard
price to pay for learning to speak without stuttering.  I am interested in
hearing about the research.



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