Category Archives: Stuttering Types

Prolongation stuttering example

Welcome to our comprehensive guide on one of the most prevalent types of speech disfluities – prolongation stuttering. For those navigating the sometimes challenging world of stuttering, understanding the various types and nuances is crucial. Prolongation stuttering, a lesser-known but incredibly impactful form of stuttering, can be a puzzle to many. It involves the extension […]

Transmission stuttering

Welcome to our enlightening hub, where we delve deep into the realm of speech and communication. Today, we’re zooming in on a particularly intriguing subject that affects millions globally – Transmission Stuttering. Shrouded in mystery, often misunderstood, this phenomenon is a facet of the broader stuttering spectrum that we are determined to shed light upon. […]

Breathing stuttering

Breathing stuttering, a term that might sound unfamiliar to some, is a compelling topic that deserves undivided attention in the vast spectrum of speech disorders. Stuttering, a common speech impediment affecting millions worldwide, is an intricate issue that is often misunderstood. This article aims to shed light on the intricate relationship between stuttering and breathing, […]

Developmental stuttering

Welcome to our dedicated platform, where we delve into the labyrinth of language, focusing on its twists, turns, and occasional roadblocks. One such detour in the journey of speech development is a phenomenon known as ‘developmental stuttering.’ In this enlightening piece, we aim to unravel the complexities of this type of stuttering, shedding light on […]

Neurogenic Stuttering

Welcome to our enlightening space where we delve into the complex world of stuttering, a speech condition that affects millions globally. In this article, we will focus on a particular type of stuttering known as ‘Neurogenic Stuttering’. This often misunderstood condition is deeply rooted in neurological disruptions and is a fascinating area of study. We […]