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Enhancing speech fluency using transcranial direct current stimulation

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Producing speech is a highly complex task, involving the integration of sensory and linguistic information, with the precise, high-speed, co-ordination of muscles controlling breathing and the movement of the vocal folds and articulators. In spite of this complexity, producing fluent speech – moving smoothly from one speech sound to the next – can appear effortless. Speech fluency is highly socially valued, and the personal and societal costs of living with a disorder of fluency, such as ...

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Department of Experimental Psychology
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MR/K023772/1
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