Stuttering Online Research Study
Stuttering is a communication disorder that affects millions of people around the world. While there is no cure for this disorder, research studies have helped scientists to gain a better understanding of what causes stuttering and how it can be effectively managed.
The University of Pittsburgh Brain Systems for Language is currently seeking 7–12-year-old children who stutter for an online research study looking at how speech and language learning develops and matures in the brain. All sessions will occur via Zoom. During the study, children will be asked to look at images and listen to sounds as well as complete a set of questionnaires. Parents will also be asked to complete a set of questionnaires.
To participate in this study, children must be primary speakers of English, have hearing within the normal range, and have no cognitive or neurological difficulties.
Children will receive compensation for participating. The study will involve 3 sessions lasting approximately 1-2 hours each and takes place online and when it is convenient.
For more information, contact Erica Lescht by email at [email protected], or phone at 412-710-6028.
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