English translation: Stuttering and cluttering therapy
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Dutch to English translations [PRO] Medical - Medical (general) / Speech and language therapy
Dutch term or phrase:Stotter- en broddeltherapie
Ik kom met name niet uit "broddeltherapie". Kom zelf uit op "Stuttering and babbling therapy", maar weet niet of "babbling" de juiste term is. Het lijkt mij hier te gaan om onduidelijk spreken, en "babbling" heeft m.i. vooral met babygebrabbel te maken.
Explanation: Cluttering is defined as "...a disturbance of fluency involving an
abnormally rapid rate and erratic rhythm of speech that impedes
intelligibility. Faulty phrasing patterns are usually present so that there
are bursts of speech consisting of groups of words that are not related to
the grammatical structure of the sentence. The affected person is usually
unaware of any communication impairment."
Cluttering usually includes effortless repetitions, usually single
syllables, short words, and phrases (stutterers only repeat initial sounds).
Cluttering may also be characterized by poor concentration and short
attention span; perceptual weakness; and poorly organized thinking, or
speaking before clarifying thoughts.
Clutterer: "I want to go to the st...uh...place where you buy...market
st-st-store and I don't have muh-muh ti-ti-time money."
Stutterer: "I want to go to the sssssssssstore and I don't have muh-muh-
Explanation: Cluttering is another problem that makes a person's speech difficult to understand. Like stuttering, cluttering affects the fluency, or flow, of a person's ...www.kidshealth.org/PageManager.jsp?dn=chp& lic=48&cat_id=20163&article_set=20562 -
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