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Connatty, Shelley
Dole, Kate
Kelly, Jennifer-Laura
Mosaico, Sarah
Reid, Rachel
Wrightly, Mallorie
Langevin, Marilyn
Kully, Deborah
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reflective journaling
student Speech-Language Pathologists
empathy
video-recordings
individuals who stutter (IWS)
stuttering
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The present study was concerned with determining the viability of using exposure to video-recordings of individuals who stutter (IWS) to develop in student speech-language pathologists (student SLPs) an empathic understanding of IWS.
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