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Kids w/ artic disorders have pretty high comorbidity w/ other behavioral issues

Not directly stuttering, but…  Kids w/ artic disorders have pretty high comorbidity w/ other behavioral issues.  Now, there seems to be a pretty high likelihood that there would be some internal validity issues relative to diagnosing a kid w/ artic errors as well as being a kid who stutters stutterer.  Simply put, poor SLPs confuse stuttering ‘secondaries’ as functional artic errors or disorders.  So these ‘artic’ errors oft dissolve with the consistent use of volitional stuttering… but I digress.  In any event, looks like an interesting read.  (And yes, it’s entirely possible to both stutter and have artic errors; I’m just sayin’..)

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