Neurophysiology of Stuttering -Oxford 2011 (#6710)

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Neurophysiology studies the function of the central and the peripheral nervous system through the recording of bioelectrical activity, whether it is spontaneous or stimulated.

During this 50 minute presentation, Martin Sommer, M.D., gives an overview of essential neurophysiological findings that improve our understanding of the pathophysiology of stuttering.

Recorded live at the 2011 Oxford Dysfluency Conference in England.

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Neurophysiology of Stuttering -Oxford 2011 (#6710)

Neurophysiology studies the function of the central and the peripheral nervous system through the recording of bioelectrical activity, whether it is spontaneous or stimulated.

During this 50 minute presentation, Martin Sommer, M.D., gives an overview of essential neurophysiological findings that improve our understanding of the pathophysiology of stuttering.

Recorded live at the 2011 Oxford Dysfluency Conference in England.

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