Evidence-Based Treatment of Stuttering: Empirical Bases and Clinical Applications

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Acknowledgments

I am pleased to extend my sincerest thanks for substantial financial support to The University of Georgia's “State of the Art Conferences” program, administered at the time of the conference through the office of Dr. Karen Holbrook, Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs and Provost of The University of Georgia. Thanks also to Dr. Louis Castenell, Dean of the College of Education, Dr. Cheri Hoy, Director of the School of Professional Studies, Dr. Anne van Kleeck, Head of the Department of Communication Sciences and Disorders, and Dr. Rex Forehand, Director of the Institute for Behavioral Research, for their financial, institutional, and personal support of the conference that led to this book. Thanks to the many workers at the Georgia Center for Continuing Education, our outstanding on-campus hotel and conference facility. Thanks to several members of the award-winning University of Georgia chapter of the National Student Speech Language Hearing Association, especially Robyn Davis, Lori Guimond, and Jessica Myers, for their help at several stages. Thanks to Cathleen Petree, Bonita D'Amil, Marianna Vertullo, and others at Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, who have been the models of supportive professionalism and efficiency as we have prepared this book; thanks to Jenna Levy and Kay Taylor for their assistance with manuscript preparation; and thanks to David and Rachel, who took care of each other and took care of me so I could enjoy the conference and enjoy the process of putting together this book.

Finally, my thanks to the conference participants and their co-authors who prepared the chapters that I have had the privilege to gather here. It is perhaps also worth nothing that the authors represented in this volume

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