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Stuttering: sources and notes

> Andre, Christophe, Legeron, Patrick, The fear of others: jitters, shyness and social phobia. Paris: Odile Jacob, September 2000.

> Vincent, Elisabeth, Stuttering, uninhibited speech. Toulouse: Milan, 2004.

> Le Huche, Fran├žois, Stuttering, healing option. Paris: Albin Michel, 1998.

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