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Children participants needed for research study on stuttering

Mar. 22, 2018, 9:56 AM

Children 3 to 6 years old who do or do not stutter are needed for a Vanderbilt Kennedy Center research study titled “Cognitive, Linguistic and Emotional Contributions to Childhood Stuttering.”

Participation in this study involves two visits to the Vanderbilt Bill Wilkerson Center that take about 90 minutes to two hours per visit. The visits involve speech and language assessments, hearing screening and ERP tasks.

Participants will be compensated with a $40 check per visit ($80 total) mailed to their address.

If you are interested or would like more information regarding the study, please contact Hatun Zengin-Bolatkale at (615) 936-5126 or stuttering@vanderbilt.edu.

 

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