I Donated My Stuttering Brain to Science
As much as I hated being told that my stutter was “all in my head,” I liked being reminded that it was localized in my brain.
This is dis/fluent, a column by Sophia Stewart on stuttering, self-understanding, and disability in private and public spheres.
You’re here for a little extra rent moneya quid pro quo
Neural scienceneural science
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