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18-16 Segment 2: Foreign Accent Syndrome

People who suddenly speak with what sounds like a foreign accent often have a brain injury due to a stroke or other trauma. Experts discuss the syndrome and chances of recovery.

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18-07 Segment 1: Dashing Old Stuttering Myths

New research has several findings about stuttering including a structural deficiency in the brain's wiring, an inability to perceive rhythms, and a successful way to treat stuttering.

16-06 Segment 1: New Findings on Stuttering

New research on stuttering has several new findings including a much more successful way to treat it.