Some stuttering treatments are 'possibly effective' for some people, but more rigorous trials are required
Lickley, R. (2007) Some stuttering treatments are 'possibly effective' for some people, but more rigorous trials are required, Evidence-Based Communication Assessment and Intervention, vol. 1, , pp. 156-158,
The article discusses a study designed to determine how effective are behavioural, cognitive, and related approaches to stuttering therapy. The study was designed as a systematic review with trial-quality assessment. Included studies involved treatment of persistent developmental stuttering in any age group. Studies included had to focus on the efficacy, effectiveness, or outcomes of nonpharmacological interventions.