National Stuttering Association

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.

The relationship between the stuttering variability, attention, speech task, and delivery mode: an exploration of factors affecting stuttering severityReyhaneh Jafari
 Reyhaneh Jafari 07/28/2023 View Flyer


Title Primary
Contact Approved
Exploring the role of linguistic and cognitive factors in stuttering Zoi Gkalitsiou, PhD, CCC-SLP Dr. Zoi Gkalitsiou  02/22/2024  View Flyer
Speech Planning and Production  Grace Gervino Grace Gervino  02/15/2024  View Flyer
Implementing a Spanish-Language Stuttering Support Group: A Mixed Methods Study  Dr. Angela Medina 
Dr. Angela Medina  02/14/2024  View Flyer


A Perspective on LGBTQ+ People Who Stutter  Dr. James Mancinelli 


Dr. James Mancinelli   10/6/2023  View Flyer (PDF)


Attentional bias and attention control in adults who stutter Dr. Katerina Ntourou 


Dr. Katerina Ntourou   10/6/2023  View Flyer (PDF)
 Articulatory Characteristics of Stuttering  Ms. Yijing Lu   Ms. Yijing Lu  08/19/2023  View Abstract
Designing Interactions between People Who Stutter and Community Resources Jeremy Huang 


Jeremy Huang   07/28/2023  View Flyer(PDF)

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Phonological performance abilities in children who do, and do not, stutter Roa’a Al-Sulaiman
Roa’a Al-Sulaiman   02/21/2023  View Flyer

Approved Research Project Archive


If you have any questions about whether a specific project has been reviewed by the NSARC, please contact the NSARC Chair Angela Medina, Ph.D., CCC-SLP (Angela@westutter.org) or our National Office.