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.

 

Title Primary
Researcher
Contact Approved
Until
Abstract
Is There Still a Place for Pseudo-stuttering Assignments for Speech-Language Pathology Students? Ms. Ammaarah Carrington Ammaarah Carrington 3/23/2022 View Abstract (PDF)
Speech Acoustics of People with Stutter and Clutter Dr. Evan Usler Evan Usler 3/16/2022 View Abstract (PDF)
Standardization Study of the Stuttering Severity Instrument—Fifth Edition Dr. Melissa Morey Melissa Morey 3/16/2022 View Abstract (PDF)
Successful Aging in Adults who Stutter: Physical and Mental Health Quality of Life Dr. Nathan Maxfield Nathan Maxfield 3/16/2022 View Abstract (PDF)
Intersectionality and the experience of stuttering for Latinos in the United States Ms. Carolina Beita-Ell Carolina Beita-Ell 3/16/2022 View Abstract (PDF)
Client Perceptions about Speech Therapy for Stuttering Mr. Samuel Moses Samuel Moses 3/16/2022 View Flyer 
(PDF)
A Qualitative Study of the Experiences of LGBTQ+ People Who Stutter Dr. Derek Daniels Derek Daniels 3/16/2022 View Abstract
(PDF)
Stuttering and Emotion in DailyLives Ms. Xiaofan Lei Xiaofan Lei 2/15/2022 View Flyer
(.TIF)
Developing Stages of Change Measures to Assess Adults’ Readiness to Make a Positive Change to Stuttering Dr. Naomi Rodgers Dr. Naomi Rodgers 12/4/2021 View Survey
(external)
Uncertainty about stuttering among people who stutter. Dr. Michael Boyle Dr. Michael Boyle 12/4/2021 More Information
(PDF)
Factors Associated with Adults Seeking Continued Stuttering Treatment. Ms. Jaclyn Lucey Ms. Jaclyn Lucey 12/4/2021 View Survey
(external)
Identifying the link between executive function, gestures and stuttering severity in bilingual and monolingual children who stutter Dr. Ai Leen Choo Dr. Ai Leen Choo 8/18/2021 More Information
(PDF)
Stuttering Treatment Experiences, Perceptions, and Willingness to Seek Future Treatment Ms. Jaclyn Lucey Ms. Jaclyn Lucey 8/18/2021 More Information
(PDF)
Employment Experiences of People who Stutter Ms. Charity Yarzebinski Ms. Charity Yarzebinski 8/18/2021 More Information
(PDF)
Better understanding public and private reactions to stuttering among people who stutter Dr. Michael Boyle Dr. Michael Boyle 8/18/2021 View Survey
(external)
Impact of Stuttering on Women Who Stutter in Their Young Adulthood Ms. Ran An Ms. Ran An 8/18/2021 More Information
(PDF)
A Multicenter, Randomized, Double-Blind, Placebo-Controlled, Parallel-Group, Phase 2 Exploratory Study to Evaluate the Efficacy and Safety of Ecopipam Tablets in Adults with Childhood Onset Fluency Disorder (Stuttering) Kerensa Saljooqi Kerensa Saljooqi 5/14/2021 More Information
(external)
Improving quality of life for adults who stutter through an online self-compassion intervention: A pilot study Ms. Robyn Croft &
Dr. Courtney Byrd
Robyn Croft 4/15/2021 More Information
(PDF)
The client’s perspective on self-disclosure Ms. Megan Young Dr. Courtney Byrd Megan Young 4/13/2021 View Survey
(external)
Surveys about the Experience of Stuttering Seth Tichenor and
Dr. Scott Yaruss
Seth Tichenor 3/15/2022 View Survey
(PDF)
Concepts of support in the stuttering experience Dr. Angela Medina Dr. Angela Medina 4/11/2021 View Survey
(external)

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.