Utrecht Something Totally Random

Program

Friday, March 28, 2014

08.00 am

Registration

08.45 am

Opening Symposium

09.00 am

Exploring the relationship between treatment and casual theory in stuttering. Ann Packmann (University of Sydney, Australia) pdf

10.00 am

Speech-associated attitude and its broader framework. Martine Vanryckeghem ( University of Central Florida, USA & University Gent, Belgium) Pdf

11.00 am

Coffee break

11.30 am

Inhibition and attention in stuttering. Kurt Eggers  (Thomas More University College Antwerp, Belgium) Pdf

12.30 pm

Lunch

 

01.30 pm

Poster session 

  1. 1. CNV: a neural correlate for stutter frequency and compensation strategies? S. Vanhoutte pdf
  2. 2. Speech-motor and phonological skills in adults with persistent developmental stuttering. R. Niepelt abstract
  3. 3. Evaluating communicative stress in school-aged stutterers by measuring slaivary amylase. S. Murase abstract
  4. 4. Differences in acoustic structure of voice by PWNS and PWS. N. Dobrota-Davidovic, D. Soster & J. Otasevic abstract
  5. 5. The working memory basis of normal and pathological speech dysfluencies. L. Van der Linden pdf
  6. cancelled
  7. 7. Communication Attitude of Polish Preschool-Age Children Who Stutter. K. Wesierska, M. Vanryckeghem, B. Jeziorczak & B. Wilk pdf
  8. 8. Survey: perceptions and prejudices towards stuttering & PWS. M. Tonnis & J. van Ormondt pdf 
  9. 9. Stuttering and bilingualism: An investigation of the difference in type and frequency of stuttering and other disfluencies during different speech tasks. M. Vanryckeghem, J. Neyt & L. Hollebeke abstract
  10. 10. Attitudes towards Stuttering in Poland: an Overview of Research . M. Wesierska, A. Blachnio, A. Przepiorka, K. St. Louis & K. Wesierska Pdf
  11. 11. Do teachers' attitudes on stuttering contribute to teacher-student relationships? S. Adriaensens & E. Struyf Pdf
  12. 12. 'Stutter pub': independently and accessible, bringing people together to talk about stuttering. S. Adriaensens & J. van Ormondt Pdf
  13. 13. Applicability of OASES scale on Serbian speaking people who stutter. N. Dobrota-Davidovic, D. Soster, J. Tadic & J. Otasevic abstract
  14. 14. Determining the effect of laser acupunture in treating stutterers. B. Shafiei abstract

 02.30 pm

Emerging topics in fluency research: Session 1

02.30-02.50 Speech disfluencies of preschool-age children who do and do not stutter. V. Tumanova Pdf

02.50-03.10 The Internet Parent Training of the Lidcombe Program.S. Van Eerdenbrugh Pdf

03.10-03.30 Day-to-day experiences of CWS during a three-week intensive treatment. S. Cook Pdf

03.30 pm

Coffee Break

04.00 pm

Parallel sessions

Session A  

04.00-04.30  Emotional Diathesis and Emotional Stress and Childhood Stuttering. D.Choi, E.G. Conture & T. A. Walden Pdf
04.30-05.00  "Lexipontix": Developing a Structured Stuttering Therapy Programme for School Age Children. G. Fourlas & D. Marousos Pdf

Session B  
04.00-04.30  Results of a universal screen for fluency for 4-5 year-olds.                                                P. Howell, A. Mirawdeli & A. Campbell Pdf

04.30-05.00  Profiling subjects that stutter: a comparison between adolescents and children. F. Del Gado, D. Tomaiuoli, M.G. Spinetti, E. Capparelli & P. Falcone Abstract

Session C          
04.00-05.00  Using narrative practices to develop preferred stories about stuttering. M. O'Dwyer,F. Ryan & M. Leahy Pdf

Session D               
04.00-05.00   First aid guide for teachers in supporting CWS: a 3-steps seminar. S. Adriaensens, V. Waelkens & P. Fieremans Pdf

 


Saturday, March 29, 2014

09.00 am

The Genetic Proclivity of Stuttering. Shelly Jo Kraft  (Wayne State University, USA) Abstract

10.00 am

Evidence-based Clinical Guidelines in Stuttering Therapy. Mark Pertijs (University of Applied Sciences Utrecht, The Netherlands) Pdf

11.00 am

Coffee break

11.30 am

Cluttering and persons with mental challenges. Yvonne van Zaalen (University College Fontys, Eindhoven, The Netherlands) Pdf

12.30 pm

Lunch

01.30 pm

Emerging topics in fluency research: session 2

01.30-02.00  Effects of concurrent task demands on speech planning in typically fluent children and children who stutter. J. Sasisekaran Abstract

02.00-02.30 Effectiveness of avoidance reduction therapy for adults who stutter. J. Linklater Abstract

02.30 pm

Parallel sessions Abstracts
Session A 
   
02.30-03.00 Treatment time with the Lidcombe Program: Benchmarks for bilingual children. R.  Shenker Pdf

03.00-03.30  Presentation of BSV (Belgian Stuttering association) & animation film 'STUTTERING'. E. Lamens Pdf

Session B  
02.30-03.00  Timing and Tallying Dysfluencies using Praat software. P. Corthals Pdf

03.00-03.30  The effect of different breathing patterns on stuttering therapy outcome.T. Nabieva Pdf

Session C          
02.30-03.00  Public Attitudes Towards Stuttering: Epidemiological Study on An Irish Population. C. Daly & M. Leahy  Pdf

03.00-03.30 Attitudes and knowledge of the Portuguese population about stuttering. A.R. Valente,  L.M.T. Jesus, M. Leahy & K.O. St Louis Pdf

Session D       
02.30-03.30  From genes to social context: Understanding and treating stuttering in a biopsychosocial framework. T. Weidig & G. Michaux Pdf

03.30 pm

Coffee Break

04.00 pm

We're all in it for the outcomes but which ones? Rosemary Hayhow (Honorary researcher at the Bristol Speech & Language Therapy Reasearch Unit and visiting fellow at the University of the West of England, Bristol, UK) Pdf

05.00 pm

Closing