Stuttering is a common language alteration in pediatric age consisting in repetitions and blocks, which entail a break in the rhythm and melody of the speech. According to the WHO it is a disorder of the rhythm?! of the word, the subject knows precisely what he would like to .ray, but at the same time he is not able to say it. It is a great inconvenience for those affected, also because the slowing down of speaking is not about thought or cognitive skills.

Psychopathological and psychodynamic hypotheses for pediatric stuttering

Franco, S;Geraci, D;Murabito, P;
2018

Abstract

Stuttering is a common language alteration in pediatric age consisting in repetitions and blocks, which entail a break in the rhythm and melody of the speech. According to the WHO it is a disorder of the rhythm?! of the word, the subject knows precisely what he would like to .ray, but at the same time he is not able to say it. It is a great inconvenience for those affected, also because the slowing down of speaking is not about thought or cognitive skills.
pediatric stuttering; psychodynamic hypotheses; anxiety disorders
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