DeLTAcast Episode 03 - Tricia Zebrowski
What’s going on in the science of stuttering? This month, Tricia Zebrowski, Professor in the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders at the University of Iowa, delves into today's big questions in stuttering research with hosts Eric S. Jackson and Mark Blumberg. Why do only some of the children who stutter continue stuttering into adulthood? How is it that stutterers can speak fluently in some contexts but not others? What can we learn from studying the development of stuttering in real-time? They then turn their attention to a recent study using mutant mice and ask: Can mice teach us anything useful about stuttering?