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““COVID Can Cause Forgetfulness, Psychosis, Mania or a Stutter” Scientific American magazine by Stephani Sutherland. January 21, 2021.
The new neuroscience of stuttering Quoted in: Knowable Magazine from Annual Reviews by Amber Dance. September 9, 2020.
Can my stutter be cured? BBC Crowd Science. November, 2019.
The Science of Stuttering. New Scientist. April, 2016.
Solving stuttering. WLNS.com (channel 6, Lansing local TV channel), February 15, 2016.
“What causes stuttering?” StutterTalk podcast (episode 568). February 1, 2016.
The New Treatments that could transform speech therapy. Ozy.com. August 5, 2015.
“How Eminem helped Ed Sheeran overcome stuttering”: Wieland et al. (2015)’s paper mentioned in Good Morning America. June 10, 2015.
“Stuttering linked to rhythm perception deficiency”. EurekAlert. May 19, 2015
"Do songbirds hold key to stuttering?" MSU Today, MSU news, May, 2013
“Language and the Brain: What makes us human." Brain Briefings, Society for Neuroscience (SfN), February 2011
“Results of Brain Imaging May Help Explain Why More Men Than Women Stutter”, featured in the NIDCD Inside Newsletter, Winter 2011
“Brain development in children who stutter” Stuttering Foundation of America Winter Newsletter, 2011
“Pause to reflect: Three local perspectives on stuttering” featured in the Lansing City Pulse, December, 2010
“Language and the Brain”, Press conference, Society for Neuroscience (SfN), 2010
“Research may lead to new therapies for stuttering” in The Globe and Mail
“MSU researcher looks for new treatment options for children who stutter”, featured in the MSU news
“MSU to study brain differences in children who stutter”, Interviewed by Rina Miller, Michigan radio
“Stuttering treatment: Researcher looks for more options”, featured in Advance for Speech-Language Pathologists and Audiologists
Medical news today
“Women Who Stutter Have Different Brain Connections Than Men Who Stutter; Findings May Help Explain Why More Men Than Women Stutter” Featured in the Science Daily