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Characteristics of Speech Rates and Utterance Lengths in Fluent and Disfluent Utterances of Adults Who Stutter
HeeCheong Chon, Soo Bok Lee
Audiology and Speech Research. 2019;15(3):214-222.   Published online 2019 July 31    DOI: http://dx.doi.org/10.21848/asr.2019.15.3.214

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Characteristics of Speech Rates and Utterance Lengths in Fluent and Disfluent Utterances of Adults Who Stutter
Audiology and Speech Research. 2019;15(3):214-222   
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