Review of brain research

| 13.06.2017

A review has been published of research into how the brains of adults and children differ from those who don’t stammer - both in how they’re structured and in how they work.

The 'Accepted manuscript' (not yet copy edited) of the review in Journal of Fluency Disorders is at

In 'research-speak' the authors are talking about 'abnormalities', though BSA holds that our brains aren't 'abnormal' but different.

A 2016 article on our website discussing some of the research is The science of stammering.