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Care for yet another example of the “stuttering must be psychological” myth?

Care for yet another example of the “stuttering must be psychological” myth? Look no further.  (Stop laughing–seriously…)  The awful background music that you can’t turn off is a nice touch, as is the text–which starts off by reading: “Alone in a room I am fluent and can say any word fluently; therefore this can’t be a fluency problem.”  Thank you, thank you, thank you.  The stuttering population, which has endured for over 4,000 years, has yet to think of such a common sense approach to curing our speech.  Boy, sometimes the answers are staring right in your face…  Even though neurological variability is a documented scientific tenet, let’s just go ahead and ignore the data and accept the Fundamental Attribution Error as fact.

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