La Conferenza del 2015: la seconda edizione

LISTA DEI CONTRIBUTI (keynote lectures e relazioni)

Finding genes that cause stuttering

Dennis Drayna

National Institute on Deafness and other Communication Disorders – USA

On brain processes and stuttering

Martin Sommer

University of Göttingen, Germany

Transcranial magnetic stimulation to evaluate tongue motor representations in adults with persistent developmental stuttering

Pierpaolo Busan1, Giovanni Del Ben1, Fabrizio Monti2, Simona Bernardini3, Giulia Natarelli4, Piero Paolo Battaglini1

1 B.R.A.I.N. Centre for Neuroscience, Department of Life Sciences, University of Trieste, Italy; 2 Department of Medical, Surgical and Health Sciences, University of Trieste, Italy; 3 ABC Balbuzie ® Turin, Italy; 4 School of Psychology, University of Padua, Italy

A Multifactorial Neurodevelopmental Approach to Stuttering I: Language and Motor Factors

Anne Smith

Purdue University - USA

Stuttering and Reading Disorders: New Perspectives

Claudio Vio1, Biancamaria Venuti2

1University of Padua; University of Trieste, Italy; 2CRC Balbuzie, Italy

The Croatia Protocol for Clinical Trials of Stuttering

Mark Onslow

University of Sydney, Australia

Evaluating stuttering from the speaker’s perspective

Scott Yaruss

University of Pittsburgh, USA

Attitudes of non-stuttering Children and Youth Toward Stuttering: What We Know and What We Need to Learn

Kenneth O. St. Louis

West Virginia University, USA

Inquiry on Stuttering in Italy to date: characteristics of the public service (as to university education and health care) and characteristics of the logopedic practice

Marianna Stella°, Carla Lazzari#, Pasqualina Andretta°, Federica Chiari°, Fabio Ferretti#, Claudio Zmarich^

° University of Padua (I); # University of Siena (I); ^ CNRISTC & University of Padua (I)

Verbal fluency, lexical production and socio-economic characteristics in a sample of 24-months old children with a family history of stuttering, in relation to possible stuttering onset and final recovery or persistence

Cinzia Quartarone#, Simona Bernardini^, Sabrina Bonichini#, Giulia Natarelli#, Caterina Pisciotta*, Claudio Zmarich°

#University of Padua (I), ^ABC Balbuzie®-Turin (I), *Centro Medico di Foniatria-Padova & A.I.BA.COM Onlus (I), °CNR-ISTC & University of Padua (I)

Awareness and anxiety among preschool children who stutter (CWS)

Ruth Ezrati-Vinacour1, Keren Mamistvalove-Amir1, Daniela Lobel3, Nitza Katz-Bernstein12

1The Department of Communication Disorders, Sackler Faculty of Medicine, Tel Aviv University, Israel; 2The Department of Speech and Communication, Faculty of Rehabilitation Sciences, TU Dortmund University, Germany; 3Clalit Health Services, Israel

A Multifactorial Neurodevelopmental Approach to Stuttering II: Pathways to Persistence and Recovery

Anne Smith

Purdue University – USA

Differential diagnosis of early childhood stuttering and other unusual disfluency patterns

Carol H. Seery

University of Wisconsin – USA

Assessment of bilingual children who stutter: Lessons learned from non-stuttering bilingual children

Rosalee C. Shenker

McGill University, Montreal Fluency Center, Quebec, Canada

Relation between stuttering and anxiety disorders in Italian children and adolescents who stutter

S. Bernardini1, L. Cocco1, C. Zmarich2, M. Di Pietro3, G. Natarelli4, M. Ghisi5

1ABC Balbuzie ® Turin; 2National Research Council - ISTC, Padua; 3ITC, Padua;, Italy; 4School of Psychology, University of Padua; 5Department of General Psychology, University of Padua – Italy

Effectiveness of the Classroom Communication Resource in improving primary school learners’ attitudes towards children who stutter: a pilot intervention study to inform the feasibility and procedural aspects of a Randomised Control Trial

Freda Walters, Rizwana Badroodien, Vivienne Norman, Harsha Kathard

University of Cape Town – South Africa

ABC Balbuzie®: an effective integrated flexible approach to stuttering focusing on school age children and their families.

Luisella Cocco, Monica Anisio, Simona Bernardini

ABC Balbuzie® Turin, Italy

Issues to consider when working with school-aged children who stutter

Susan Block

La Trobe University – Melbourne, Australia

A common factors approach to treating childhood stuttering

Ellen Kelly

Vanderbilt University Medical Center, USA

The psychosocial impact of stuttering

Jan McAllister

University of East Anglia, UK

Prolonged speech intensive treatment model for adults who stutter: a students’ training delivery

Dobrinka Georgieva, Maya Tcholakova, Rositsa Stoilova

Faculty of Public Health and SportsSouth-West University “Neofit Rilski” Blagoevgrad, Bulgaria

The rational-emotive education in the speech therapy of stuttering

Anna Accornero, Mara Angelini

University of Turin, Italy

Overview of the Camperdown Program

Mark Onslow

University of Sydney, Australia

Stuttering and web-radio: a new art-mediated activity

Donatella Tomaiuoli*
(with Beppe De Marco# and Francesco Cavuoto#)

*Sapienza Università di Roma, Università di Roma, Tor Vergata, CRC Balbuzie
#Radio Dimensione Suono

What’s the real goal of stuttering treatment?

Scott Yaruss

University of Pittsburgh, USA

Future research and treatment of stuttering: Global perspectives

Ehud Yairi

University of Illinois - USA; University of Tel Aviv - Israel


The use of cognitive behavioral-therapy

Jane Harley

Michael Palin Center

The Lidcombe Program: an overview

Brenda Carey

La Trobe University di Sydney

Stuttering: creativity is always the right choice!

Joseph Agius

University of Malta