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Delayed auditory feedback (DAF) inhibits stuttering stuttering

Stuttering is a speech disorder overtly characterized by sound, word or phase repetitions, phoneme prolongations and postural fixations that impedes the natural flow of speech. This video demonstrates stuttering inhibition via delayed auditory feedback (DAF). DAF is when the speaker who stutters' voice is delayed by a digital signal processor. The signal is then feedback to the person who stutters as they speak by speakers, headphones, etc. As noted in the video, DAF typically inhibits stuttering from 60-80%.

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