What Is the Main Cause of Stuttering? Center

Stuttering (child-onset fluency disorder) is a speech disorder that involves significant problems with normal fluency and flow of speech. The possible causes of stuttering are developmental (problems in speech control, genetics) or neurogenic (traumatic brain injury, stroke or other brain disorders). Read more: What Is the Main Cause of Stuttering? Article


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