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Subtypes of stuttering determined by latent class analysis in two Swiss epidemiological surveys.

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Summary of "Subtypes of stuttering determined by latent class analysis in two Swiss epidemiological surveys."

Associations between stuttering in childhood and a broad spectrum of risk factors, associated factors and comorbidities were examined in two large epidemiological studies. Subtypes of stuttering were then identified based on latent class analysis (LCA).

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Name: PloS one
ISSN: 1932-6203
Pages: e0198450

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