Reference List: Beyond Technique: What Makes Therapy Work?
Anderson, J., Pellowski, M., Conture, E., & Kelly, E. (2003). Temperamental characteristics of young children who stutter. Journal of Speech, Language and Hearing Research, 46(5) , 1221-1233.
Arnold, H., Conture, E., & Walden, T. (2004). Relation of temperamental characteristics to picture-naming practice effects in children who stutter: Preliminary findings. Poster presented at the annual meeting of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, Philadelphia, PA.
Asay, T. P., & Lambert, M.J. (2004). The empirical case for the common factors in therapy: Quantitative findings. In M. Hubble, B. Duncan & S. Miller (Eds.), The heart and soul of change: What works in therapy (pp. 23-55). Washington DC: American Psychological Association.
Bachelor, A. & Horvath, A. (2004). The therapeutic relationship. . In M. Hubble, B. Duncan & S. Miller (Eds.), The heart and soul of change: What works in therapy (pp. 133-178). Washington DC: American Psychological Association
Bajaj, A., Hodson, B., & Westby, C. (2005). Communicative ability conception among children who stutter and their fluent peers: A qualitative exploration. Journal of Fluency Disorders , 30(1), 41-64.
Barnum, D., Snyder, C., Rapoff, M., Mani, M., & Thompson, R. (1998). Hope and social support in the psychological adjustment of children who have survived burn injuries and matched controls. Children's Health Care.
Bernstein Ratner, N. (2005a). Evidence-based practice in stuttering: Some questions to consider. Journal of Fluency Disorders, 30(3), 163-188.
Bernstein Ratner, N. (2005b). Response to Ingham (2005). Language, speech, and Hearing Services in Schools, 36 (2), 157-159.
Blood, G. (1993). Treatment efficacy in adults who stutter: Review and recommendations. Journal of Fluency Disorders, 18 , 303-318.
Blood, G.W., Blood, I.M., Tellis, G.M., & Gabel, R.M. (2003). A preliminary study of self-esteem, stigma, and disclosure in adolescents who stutter. Journal of Fluency Disorders, 28 (2), 143-159.
Blood, G.W., Ridenour, V.J., Qualls, C.D., & Scheffner-Hammer, C.S. (2003). Co-occurring disorders in children who stutter. Journal of Communication Disorders, 36, 427-448.
Bolger, K.E., & Patterson, C.J. (2001). Pathways from child maltreatment to internalizing problems: Perceptions of control as mediators and moderators. Development and Psychopathology, 13, 913-940.
Bordin, E.S. (1979). The generalizability of the psychoanalytic concept of the working alliance. Psychotherapy: Theory, Research and Practice, 16, 252-260.
Brutten, G.J., & Dunham, S. (1989). The Communication Attitude Test: A normative study of grade school children. Journal of Fluency Disorders, 14 , 371-377.
Carroll, L. (1962). Alice's adventures in Wonderland. Harmondsworth, Middlesex: Penguin.
Chmela, K.A. (1997). Thoughts on recovery. In E.C. Healey and H.F.M. Peters (Eds.), 2 nd World Congress on Fluency Disorders Proceedings (pp. 376-378). San Francisco: Nijmegen University Press.
Cloninger, C.R., Przybeck, T.R., Svrakic, D.M., & Wetzel, R.D. (1994). The temperament and character inventory (TCI): A guide to its development and use. St. Louis, MO: Washington University, Center for Psychobiology of Personality.
Coleman, D.J., & Kaplan, M.S. (1990). Effects of pretherapy videotape preparation on child therapy outcomes. Professional Psychology: Research and Practice, 21(3), 199-203.
Conture, E., & Melnick, K. (1999). Parent-child group approach to stuttering in preschool and school-age children. In M. Onslow & A. Packman (Eds.), Early stuttering: A handbook of intervention strategies (pp. 17-51). San Diego, CA: Singular Press.
Cordes, A.K. (1998). Treatment procedures and outcomes. In A.K. Cordes and R.J. Ingham (Eds.) Treatment Efficacy for Stuttering (pp. 117-144). San Diego: Singular Publishing Group, Inc.
Costello, J.M. (1975). The establishment of fluency with time-out procedures: three case studies. Journal of Speech and Hearing Disorders, 40, 216-231.
Costello, J.M. (1983). Current behavioral treatments for children. In D. Prins & R.J. Ingham (Eds.), Treatment of stuttering in early childhood (pp. 69-112). San Diego: College-Hill Press.
Costello, J.C. (1999). Behavioral treatment of young children who stutter: An extended length of utterance method. In R.F. Curlee (Ed .), Stuttering and related disorders of fluency (2 nd ed., pp. 80-109). New York: Thieme.
Craig, A., Franklin, J., & Andrews, G.1984. A scale to measure locus of control of behavior . British Journal of Medical Psychology, 57, 173-180.
Craig, A., & Hancock, K. (1996). Anxiety in children and young adolescents who stutter. Australian Journal of Human Communication Disorders, 24, 28-38.
Derryberry, D., & Rothbart, M. (1984). Emotion, attention, and temperament. In C.E. Izard, J. Kagan, & R. Zajonc (Eds.), Emotion, cognition, and behavior (pp. 132-166). New York: Cambridge University Press.
De Nil, L.F., & Brutten, G.J. (1991). Speech-associated attitudes of stuttering and nonstuttering children. Journal of Speech and Hearing Research, 34 , 60-66.
De Nil, L.F., & Kroll, R.M. (1995). The relationship between locus of control and long-term stuttering treatment outcome in adult stutterers. Journal of Fluency Disorders, 20, 345-364.
DiLollo, A., Neimeyer, R.A., & Manning, W.H. (2002). A personal construct psychology view of relapse: indications for a narrative therapy component to stuttering treatment. Journal of Fluency Disorders, 27 , 19-42.
Duncan, B., Miller, S., Sparks, J., & Johnson, L. (2003). The Child Session Rating Scale. Available: http://www.talkingcure.com/measures/htm.
Duncan, B., Miller, S., Huggins, A., & Sparks, J. (2003). The Young Child Session Rating Scale. Available: http://www.talkingcure.com/measures/htm.
Duncan, B., Miller, S., & Sparks, J. (2004). The myth of the medical model. In B. Duncan, S. Miller & J. Sparks (Eds.), The heroic client: A revolutionary way to improve effectiveness through client-directed outcome-informed therapy (p. 32). San Francisco, CA: John Wiley & Sons, Inc.
Duncan, B., Miller, S., Sparks, J., Johnson, L., Brown, J., & Anker, M. (2004). Becoming outcome informed. In B. Duncan, S. Miller & J. Sparks (Eds.), The heroic client: A revolutionary way to improve effectiveness through client-directed outcome-informed therapy. San Francisco, CA: John Wiley & Sons, Inc.
.Farley, O.W., Peterson, K.D., & Spanos, G. (1975). Self-termination from a child guidance center. Community Mental Health, 11, 325-334.
Finn, P. (1996). Establishing the validity of recovery from stuttering without formal treatment. Journal of Speech and Hearing Research, 39 , 1171-1181.
Finn, P. (2004). Establishing the validity of stuttering treatment effectiveness: The fallibility of clinical experience. Perspectives on Fluency and Fluency Disorders, 14 (2), 9-12.
Fowlie, G., & Cooper, E. (1978). Traits attributed to stuttering and nonstuttering children by their mothers. Journal of Fluency Disorders, 3, 233-246.
Frank, J.D., & Frank, J.B. (1991). Persuasion and healing: A comparative study of psychotherapy (3 rd ed.). Baltimore, MD: Johns Hopkins University Press.
Glasner, P. (1949). Personality characteristics and emotional problems in stutterers under the age of five. Journal of Speech and Hearing Disorders, 14 , 135-138.
Goldsmith, H., Buss, A., Plomin, R., Rothbart, M., Thomas, A., Chess, S., Hinde, R., & McCall, R. (1987). Roundtable: What is temperament? Four approaches. Child Development, 58, 505-529.
Gregory, H. (2003). Stuttering therapy: Rationale and procedures. Boston, MA: Allyn & Bacon.
Grove, W., Zald, D., Lebow, B., Snitz, B., & Nelson, C. (2000). Clinical versus mechanical prediction: A meta-analysis. Psychological Assessment, 12 (1), 19-30.
Guitar, B. (1976). Pretreatment factors associated with the outcome of stuttering therapy. Journal of Speech and Hearing Research, 19 , 590-600.
Guitar, B. (1998). Stuttering: An integrated approach to its nature and treatment. pp. 214-224. Baltimore, MD: Williams & Wilkins.
Guitar, B. (1997). Therapy for children's stuttering and emotions. In R.F. Curlee & G.M. Siegel (Eds.), nature and treatment of stuttering (2 nd ed., pp. 280-291). Neadham Heights, MA: Allyn & Bacon.
Guitar, B., & Bass, C. (1978). Stuttering therapy: The relation between attitude change and long-term outcome. Journal of Speech and Hearing Disorders, 43 , 392-400.
Haas, E., Hill, R., Lambert, M., & Morrell, B. (2002). Doe early responders to psychotherapy maintain treatment gains? Journal of Clinical Psychology, 58(9), 1157-1172.
Hancock, K., Craig, A., McCready, C., McCaul, A., Costello, D., Campbell, K. & Gilmore, G. (1998). Two to six year controlled trial stuttering outcomes for children and adolescents. Journal of Speech and Hearing Research, 41, 1242-1252.
Harrison, E., Onslow, M., & Menzies, R. (2004). Dismantling the Lidcombe program of early stuttering intervention. International Journal of Language and Communication Disorders, 39, 257-268.
Harter, S. (1982). The perceived competence scale for children. Child Development, 53, 87-97.
Herder, C., Howard, C., Nye, C., Vanryckeghem, M., Schwartz, J., & Turner, H. (2005). Effectiveness of treatment for stuttering: A systematic review and meta-analysis. Poster presented at the annual convention of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association.
Horn, T.S., & Weiss, M.R. (1991). A developmental analysis of children's self-ability judgments in the physical domain. Pediatric Exercise Science, 3, 30-326 .
Howard, K., Kopte, S., Krause, M., & Orlinski, D. (1986). The dose-effect relationship in psychotherapy. American Psychologist, 41(2), 159-164.
Hubble, M., Duncan, B., & Miller, S. (1999). Directing attention to what works. In M. Hubble, B. Duncan, & S. Miller (Eds.) The heart and soul of change: What works in therapy. Washington DC: American Psychological Association.
Hulit, L.M. (2004). Straight talk on stuttering: Information, encouragement, counsel for stutterers, caregivers, and speech-clinicians. Springfield, IL: Charles C. Thomas.
Ingham, R.J. (2003). Evidence-based treatment of stuttering: I. Definition and application. Journal of Fluency Disorders, 28(3), 197-207 .
Ingham, R.J. (2005). Clinicians deserve better: Observations on a clinical forum titled “What child language research may contribute to the understanding and treatment of stuttering.” Language, Speech, and Hearing Services in Schools, 36(2), 152-156.
Ingham, R.J., & Cordes, A.K. (1999). On watching a discipline shoot itself in the foot: Some observations on current trends in stuttering treatment research. In N. Bernstein Ratner & E.C. Healey (Eds.) Stuttering Research and Practice: Bridging the Gap (pp. 211-230). Mahwah, NJ: Lawrence Erlbaum Associates, Publishers.
Johnson, W.A.L. (1929). A stutterer's psychological study of his own case. Unpublished M.A. Thesis, University of Iowa.
Johnson, W.A.L. (1931). The influence of stuttering on the personality. Unpublished Ph.D.
Johnson, W. (1961). Stuttering and what you can do about it . Minneapolis: University of Minnesota Press.
Johnson, L., Miller, S., & Duncan, B. (2000). The Session Rating Scale V 3.0 [on-line]. Available: http://www.talkingcure.com/measures/htm.
Kazdin, A., Holland, L., & Crowley, M. (1997). Family experience of barriers to treatment and premature termination from child therapy. Journal of Consulting and Clinical Psychology , 65(3), 453-463.
Kingston, M., Huber, A., Onslow, M., Jones, M., & Packman, M. (2003). Predicting treatment time with the Lidcombe Program: replication and meta-analysis. International Journal of Language and Communication Disorders, 38 (2), 1650177.
Lambert, M.J. (1992). Implications of outcome research for psychotherapy integration. In. J.C. Norcross & M.R. Goldstein (Eds.), Handbook of psychotherapy integration (pp. 94-129). New York: Basic Books.
Langevin, M., & Kully, D. (2003). Evidence-based treatment of stuttering: III. Evidence-based practice in a clinical setting. Journal of Fluency Disorders, 28(3), 219-236.
LaToore, R.A. (1977). Pretherapy role induction procedures. Canadian Psychological Review, 18, 308-321.
Louko, L., Edwards, M.L., & Conture, E. (1999). Treating children who exhibit co-occurring stuttering and disordered phonology. In R.F. Curlee (Ed.). Stuttering and related disorders of fluency (2 nd ed., pp. 124-138). New York: Thieme Medical Publishers.
Luborsky, L., Singer, B., & Luborsky, L. (1975). Comparative studies of psychotherapies: Is it true that “everyone has won and all must have prizes”? Archives of General Psychiatry, 32, 995-1008.
Luterman, D (2001). Counseling Persons with Communication Disorders and Their Families (4 th Ed.) Austin, TX: Pro-Ed.
Madison, L.S., Budd, K.S., & Itzkowitz, J.S. (1986). Changes in stuttering in relation to children's locus of control. Journal of Genetic Psychology, 147, 233-240.
McCrae, R., Costa, P., Ostendorf, F., Angleitner, A., Hrebickova, M., Avia, M., Sanz, J., Sanchez-Bernardos, M., Kusdil, M.E., Woodfield, R., Saunders, P., & Smith, P. (2000). Nature over nurture: Temperament, personality, and life span development. Journal of Personality and Social Psychology, 78(1), pp. 173-186.
Onslow, M., Andrews, C., & Lincoln, M. (1994). A control/experimental trial of an operant treatment for early stuttering. Journal of Speech and Hearing Research, 37, 1244-1259.
Onslow, M., & Packman, A. (1999), (Eds.). Early stuttering: A handbook of intervention strategies. San Diego, CA: Singular Press.
Onslow, M., Packman, A., & Harrison, E. (2003). The Lidcombe Program of Early Stuttering Intervention. Austin, TX: Pro-Ed.
Oyler, M.E. (1996a). Vulnerability in stuttering children. (No. 9602431). Ann Arbor, MI: UMI Dissertation Services.
Oyler, M.E. (1996b, December). Temperament: Stuttering and the behaviorally inhibited child. Seminar presented at the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association Annual Convention, Seattle, WA.
Oyler, M.E., & Ramig, P.R. (1995, December). Vulnerability in stuttering children. Seminar presented at the American-Speech-Language-Hearing Association Annual Convention, Orlando, FL.
Pellowski, M., Conture, E., & Anderson, J. (2001). Articulatory and phonological assessment of children who stutter. In Proceedings of the third world congress on fluency disorders, Nyborg, Denmark.
Plexico, L., Manning, W.H., & DiLollo, A. (2005). A phenomenological understanding of successful stuttering management. Journal of Fluency Disorders, 30 (1), 1-22.
Quesal, R.W. (1997). Knowledge, understanding, and acceptance. . In E.C. Healey and H.F.M. Peters (Eds.), 2 nd World Congress on Fluency Disorders Proceedings (pp. 376-378). San Francisco: Nijmegen University Press.
Ramig, P. (1997). My long-term recovery from stuttering. . In E.C. Healey and H.F.M. Peters (Eds.), 2 nd World Congress on Fluency Disorders Proceedings (pp. 376-378). San Francisco: Nijmegen University Press.
Records, N., & Weiss, A. (1990). Clinical judgment: An overview. Journal of Childhood Communication Disorders, 13(2 ), 153-166.
Rothbart, M., & Bates, J. (1998). Temperament. In N. Eisenberg (Ed.), Handbook of child psychology (5 th Ed., pp. 105-176). New York: John Wiley & Sons, Inc.
Rosen Zweig, S. (1936). Some implicit common factors in diverse methods of psychotherapy. American Journal of Orthopsychiatry, 6, 412-415.
Ryan, B. (1974). Programmed Therapy for Stuttering in Children and Adults. Springfield, IL: Charles C. Thomas.
Ryan, B., & Van Kirk, B. (1974). The establishment, transfer, and maintenance of fluent speech in 50 stutterers using delayed auditory feedback and operant procedures. Journal of Speech and Hearing Disorders, 39, 3-10.
Seligman, M (2002). Authentic happiness: Using the new positive psychology to realize your potential for lasting fulfillment . Free Press.
Snyder, C., Scott, T., & Cheavens, J. (1999). Hope as a psychotherapeutic foundation of common factors, placebos, and expectancies. In M. Hubble, B. Duncan & S. Miller (Eds.), The heart and soul of change: What works in therapy (pp. 179-200). Washington DC: American Psychological Association.
Stephenson-Opsal, D., & Bernstein Ratner, N. (1988). Maternal speech rate modification and childhood stuttering. Journal of Fluency Disorders, 13, 49-56.
Stewart-Williams, S. (2004). The placebo puzzle: Putting together the pieces. Health Psychology, 23(2) , 198-206.
Tallman, K., & Bohart, A.C. (2004). The client as a common factor: Clients as self-healers. In M. Hubble, B. Duncan & S. Miller (Eds.), The heart and soul of change: What works in therapy (pp. 91-132), Washington DC: American Psychological Association.
Tolle, E. (2004). The power of now: A guide to spiritual enlightenment . Vancouver: Namaste Publishing.
Turecki, S., & Wernick, S. (1994). Normal children have problems too. How parents can understand and help. New York: Bantam Books.
Van Riper, C. (1973). The treatment of stuttering. Englewood Cliffs, NJ: Prentice Hall.
Vanryckeghem, M., & Brutten, G., (1996). The relationship between communication attitude and fluency failure of stuttering and nonstuttering children. Journal of Fluency Disorders, 21(2), 109-118.
Vanryckeghem, M., Brutten, G., & Hernandez, L. (2005). A comparative investigation of the speech-associated attitude of preschool and kindergarten children who do and do not stutter. Journal of Fluency Disorders, 30(4), 307-318.
Vanryckeghem, M., Hylebos, C., Brutten, G.J., & Peleman, M. (2001). The relationship between communication attitude and emotion of children who stutter. Journal of Fluency Disorders, 26 (1), 1-15.
Verdolini, K., & Lee, T., (2004). Optimizing motor learning in speech interventions: Theory and practice. In C.M. Sapienza and J.K. Casper (Eds.) Vocal Rehabilitation for Medical Speech-Language Pathology (pp. 403-446). Austin, TX: Pro-ed Publishers.
Wampold, B.E., Mondin, G.W., Moody M., Stich, F., Benson, K. & Ahn, H. (1997). A meta-analysis of outcome studies comparing bona fide psychotherapies: Empirically, “all must have prizes.” Psychological Bulletin, 122, 203-215.
Weiss, A.L., Hall, N., & Leahy, M.M. (2005). Response to “Clinicians deserve better: Observations on a clinical forum titled “What child language research may contribute to the understanding and treatment of stuttering” by Ingham (2005). Language, Speech, and Hearing Services in Schools, 36 (2), 156-157.
Williams, D.E. (1957). A point of view about “stuttering.” Journal of Speech and Hearing Disorders, 22, 390-397.
Williams, D.E., (1979). A perspective on approaches to stuttering therapy. In H. Gregory (Ed.), Controversies about stuttering therapy (pp. 241-268). Baltimore, MD: University Park Press.
Wong, E.H., & Bridges, L.J. (1995). A model of motivational orientation for youth sport: Some preliminary work. Journal of Adolescence, 30 (11), 1-11.
Yalom, I. (2002). The Gift of Therapy. New York: Perennial; Harper Collins.
Zebrowski, P.M. (2002). Building clinical relationships with teenagers who stutter. Contemporary Issues in Communication Science and Disorders, 29 , 91-100.
Zebrowski, P.M., & Conture, E.G. (1998). Influence of nontreatment variables on treatment effectiveness for school-age children who stutter. In A.K.Cordes & R.J. Ingham (Eds.), Treatment efficacy for stuttering: A search for empirical bases , (pp. 293-310). San Diego: Singular Publishing Group, Inc.
Zebrowski, P., Weiss, A., Savelkoul, E., & Hammer, C. (1996). The effect of maternal rate reduction on the stuttering, speech rates and linguistic productions of children who stutter: Evidence from individual dyads. Clinical Linguistics and Phonetics, 10(3), 189-206.
Zebrowski, P.M., & Kelly, E.M. (2002). Manual of stuttering intervention. Clifton Park, NY: Singular- Thomson Learning.
Zebrowski, P.M., & Schum, R.L. (1993). Counseling parents of children who stutter. American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology, 2(2), 65-73.