Since its creation in 1999, the NSA Research Committee has approved numerous research projects aimed at improving our knowledge about stuttering. Here you will find a comprehensive list of NSA Research Committee-approved projects, both current and past.
- Guidelines for Researchers
- Review Procedures
- Submit a Proposal
- Current Committee Members
- 2013 Research Symposium Recap
|Voices of people who stutter/clutter (Teaching with FluencyBank)||Nan Bernstein Ratner, Professor||Nan Bernstein Ratner||3/1/2019||View Abstract
|Anticipatory Completions in Conversations between PWS and PWNS||Sergey Kondrashov, B.S.
Dr. John A. Tetnowski
|Sergey Kondrashov||6/18/2018||View Abstract
|The influence of discrimination on vocational choices of young adults who stutter||Mr. Edward Brown and Dr. Laura Plexico||Edward Brown||6/1/2018||View Survey (external)|
|Experiences of workplace discrimination in people who stutter||Hayley Hawkins and Dr. Laura Plexicofirstname.lastname@example.org||1/27/2020||View Survey
|Neural mechanisms underlying social interaction in stuttering and non-stuttering speakers||Dr. Eric S. Jacksonemail@example.com||5/12/2018||View Abstract