New Paper: Speech movement variability in people who stutter: a vocal-tract MRI study

Hi everyone! I'm excited to share some results with you! This work is from the vocal tract MRI session during the first visit to Oxford (the baseline session). You can listen to me chat about these results in this video, transcript available here or read the full pre-print* here. We aimed to understand how variable … Continue reading New Paper: Speech movement variability in people who stutter: a vocal-tract MRI study

Transcript for vocal tract MRI video

Link to youtube video here: https://youtu.be/0JKevgI8EX8 [intro lab with title: Speech movement variability in people who stutter: a vocal tract MRI study’] Hi I’m Charlie Wiltshire and I'm a researcher within the speech and brain lab which is headed up by Kate Watkins at the University of Oxford. We have a new paper out which … Continue reading Transcript for vocal tract MRI video

What can brain research offer people who stutter?

Understanding the brain differences that are associated with stuttering, and using this knowledge to shape and improve interventions, is one of the many ways that we can support people who stutter to live the life they choose. If a person who stutters chooses to work on their speech fluency, non-invasive brain stimulation could allow us … Continue reading What can brain research offer people who stutter?