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Repetitions in final position in a nine-year-old boy with focal brain damage

(1996) JOURNAL OF FLUENCY DISORDERS. 21(2). p.137-146
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This paper describes the final repetitions displayed by a nine-year-old boy with a history of cerebral trauma. The dysfluencies that he evidenced are somewhat different from those reported in previous studies ii that his final repetitions tended to involve an entire syllable or the nucleus and coda of a syllable rather than an individual sound. Also, they co-occurred with whole-word repetitions of terminal words of utterances. This raises the possibility that this symptomatology represents a form of palilalia.

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Van Borsel, John, Rudy Van Coster, and Kristiane Van Lierde. 1996. “Repetitions in Final Position in a Nine-year-old Boy with Focal Brain Damage.” Journal of Fluency Disorders 21 (2): 137–146.
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Van Borsel, J., Van Coster, R., & Van Lierde, K. (1996). Repetitions in final position in a nine-year-old boy with focal brain damage. JOURNAL OF FLUENCY DISORDERS, 21(2), 137–146.
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Van Borsel J, Van Coster R, Van Lierde K. Repetitions in final position in a nine-year-old boy with focal brain damage. JOURNAL OF FLUENCY DISORDERS. 1996;21(2):137–46.
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Van Borsel, John, Rudy Van Coster, and Kristiane Van Lierde. “Repetitions in Final Position in a Nine-year-old Boy with Focal Brain Damage.” JOURNAL OF FLUENCY DISORDERS 21.2 (1996): 137–146. Print.
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  abstract     = {This paper describes the final repetitions displayed by a nine-year-old boy with a history of cerebral trauma. The dysfluencies that he evidenced are somewhat different from those reported in previous studies ii that his final repetitions tended to involve an entire syllable or the nucleus and coda of a syllable rather than an individual sound. Also, they co-occurred with whole-word repetitions of terminal words of utterances. This raises the possibility that this symptomatology represents a form of palilalia.},
  author       = {Van Borsel, John and Van Coster, Rudy and Van Lierde, Kristiane},
  issn         = {0094-730X},
  journal      = {JOURNAL OF FLUENCY DISORDERS},
  language     = {eng},
  number       = {2},
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  title        = {Repetitions in final position in a nine-year-old boy with focal brain damage},
  volume       = {21},
  year         = {1996},
}