Kill Your Stutter Program

Kill Your Stutter Program

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Glutamate Neurotoxicity In Animal Models Of Neuronal Injury

Although there have been as of yet no reports of glutamate antagonists enhancing apoptosis when administered following injury in the adult nervous system, the apoptosis-promoting effects of glutamate antagonists could underlie the disappointing outcome of trials of glutamate antagonists in human disease (e.g., see ref. 158 reviewed in ref 60). The timing of the administration of NMDA antagonists may be crucial to the efficacy of this therapeutic approach, with administration in the immediate peri-ischemic period able to reduce intracellular calcium levels and attenuate acute excitotoxicity, whereas later administration might tend to exacerbate the apoptotic component of ischemic cell death. It is plausible that the more complex watersheds in human gyrencephalic brain compared to those of the lissencephalic rodent brain, together with the not uncommonly stuttering onset of human stroke, would favor an increased apoptotic component in human versus rodent ischemic brain injury. These...

Triplet Repeat Errors

Although the cause of triplet repeat error is not known, it is helpful to think of it as a stutter during the copying of the DNA. When there are multiple copies of a repeat, the copying machinery can get stuck, or stutter, and put in more copies than there were originally. Once this process begins, it tends to cause even more additions of the triplet repeat in subsequent generations. The tendency for triplet repeats to lengthen, as a result of more copying errors, may explain the fact that offspring of mildly affected individuals are more severely affected, with greater numbers of triplet repeats. These offspring also tend to show the disease phenotype at a younger age. The phenome-

Speechlanguage pathology

In 2000, there were nearly 88,000 speech-language pathologists in the United States certified by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association (ASHA), and an additional 13,000 audiologists, who often work with speech pathologists to diagnose disorders. Speech disorders treated by speech-language pathologists include voice disorders (abnormalities in pitch, volume, vocal quality, or resonance or duration of sounds), articulation disorders (problems producing speech sounds), and fluency disorders (impairment in speech fluency, such as stuttering). Language disorders include developmental or acquired conditions that lead to difficulties in understanding or producing language. Speech-language pathologists participate in the screening, assessment, and treatment of patients who experience one or a combination of these disorders. Persons with isolated speech sound disorders are often helped by articulation therapy, in which they practice repeating specific sounds, words, phrases, and...

Disordered vs Compensated Rate of Speech in Parkinsons Disease

Disordered rate of speech has been reported in some individuals with PD, and rapid rate or short rushes of speech have been reported in 6 to 13 of individuals with PD. Palilalia or stuttering-like speech disfluencies have been observed in a small percent of individuals with parkinsonism (30,31). The discrepant findings of speech rate in parkinsonian speech (slow vs. rapid) may be related to the presence or absence of compensatory mechanisms. Caliguiri (55) found, using kinematic analyses, that lip movements were normal when individuals with PD spoke at a rate of 3 to 5 syllable sec, but hypokinetic when the rate increased to 5 to 7 syllable sec, which is the typical rate of conversational speech. Similarly, Ackermann et al. (53) described a

The Behaviour of a Liar

Researchers have examined a variety of different non-verbal behaviours, including gaze aversion (looking away from the conversation partner), smiling, illustrators (hand and arm movements that accompany speech and illustrate it), self-manipulations (touching or scratching body or face, playing with own hair, playing with objects), subtle movements of hands and fingers, speech rate, pauses in speech, speech latency (period between question being asked and answer being given), speech fillers (um's and er's), stutters (repetitions of words, correcting sentences, and so on), and pitch of voice. Vrij (2000) reviewed more than 40 studies concerning such behavioural indicators of deception. The review revealed that deception is not related to a unique pattern of specific behaviours. In other words, there is nothing like Pinocchio's nose. Some behaviours, however, are more likely to occur during deception than others. Liars tend to speak with a higher-pitched voice, speak slower, pause longer...

Frontotemporal Dementia

Focal and asymmetric presentations of FTD are observed, resulting in progressive nonfluent aphasia and semantic dementia (Hodges, 2001 Neary et al., 1998). In primary nonfluent aphasia, patients present with hesitant, effortful speech output that is associated with agrammatism, phonemic paraphasias, and or anomia. Other common features include stuttering, impaired repetition, and alexia. The meaning of words is preserved, as are memory and visual-spatial abilities. The language disorder is the most prominent feature of primary nonfluent aphasia and should not be associated with significant behavioral symptoms early in the course of the dementia. However, the behavioral changes observed in the frontal variant of FTD can be seen later in the disease course. In semantic dementia, speech production is effortless and without hesitancies, but the content of the words conveys little precise information. This is due to reduced use of precise terms for naming objects and increased use of...

Personalityguided Context

In the second synergistic procedure, termed catalytic sequences, we might seek first to alter a patient's humiliating and painful stuttering by behavior modification procedures that, if achieved, may facilitate the use of cognitive or self-actualizing methods to produce changes in self-confidence that may, in its turn, foster the utility of interpersonal techniques in effecting improvements in relationships with others. Catalytic sequences are timing series that should optimize the impact of changes that would be less effective if the sequential combination were otherwise arranged.

Purpose

Relaxation has been used to help women during childbirth and people with chronic pain. Relaxation has also been used to treat muscle tension, muscle spasms, neck and back pain, and to decrease perspiration and respiratory rates. Furthermore, relaxation can help with fatigue, depression, insomnia, irritable bowel syndrome, high blood pressure, mild phobias, and stuttering.

Mental Disorders

The fact that more women than men are treated in mental health clinics and psychiatric hospitals would lead one to believe that the rate of mental illness is higher among women than among men. This appears to be the case with respect to some, but certainly not all, mental disorders. Women tend to be more vulnerable to anxiety disorders, depression, and eating disorders, and they probably have a higher rate of attempted suicide than men. On the other hand, boys are more likely than girls to stutter, to be hyperactive, and to develop other conduct or behavioral disorders (Myers, 1995). As adults, they are more likely to become alcoholics and or substance abusers and to develop antisocial personalities (Unger, 1979). Men also commit more crimes than women, and crimes of violence in particular (U.S. Department of Justice, 1996). Finally, substantially more men than women, and especially older white men, succeed in committing suicide (Singh et al., 1996).

Mismatch Repair

Mismatch repair corrects errors made when DNA is copied. For example, a C could be inserted opposite an A, or the polymerase could slip or stutter and insert two to five extra unpaired bases. Specific proteins scan the newly synthesized DNA, using adenine methylation within a GATC sequence as the point of reference (Figure 36-22). The template strand is methylated, and the newly synthesized strand is not. This difference allows the repair enzymes to identify the strand that contains the errant nucleotide which requires replacement. If a mismatch or small loop is found, a GATC endonucle-ase cuts the strand bearing the mutation at a site corresponding to the GATC. An exonuclease then digests this strand from the GATC through the mutation, thus removing the faulty DNA. This can occur from either end if the defect is bracketed by two GATC sites. This defect is then filled in by normal cellular enzymes according to base pairing rules. In E coli, three proteins (Mut S, Mut C, and Mut H) are...

Disorders of Speech

The parkinsonian patient with low-amplitude, monotone, arrhythmic speech or the patient with cerebellar disease and staccato speech are not aphasic they are dysarthric. The patient with bilateral vocal cord paresis is aphonic. Stammering or stuttering is not aphasia. Some psychotic or demented patients repeat whatever is said to them. This is echolalia, and in these patients it is not part of aphasia.

Stammering Its Cause and Its Cure

Stammering Its Cause and Its Cure

This book discusses the futility of curing stammering by common means. It traces various attempts at curing stammering in the past and how wasteful these attempt were, until he discovered a simple program to cure it. The book presents the life of Benjamin Nathaniel Bogue and his struggles with the handicap. Bogue devotes a great deal of text to explain the handicap of stammering, its effects on the body and psychology of the sufferer, and its cure.

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