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More Stuttering (of King George) in the News - featured November 30, 2010

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[Source: The Wall Street Journal]

Topping our holiday movie list is “The King’s Speech,” with Colin Firth as King VI of Britain and Geoffrey Rush as Lionel Logue, the speech therapist who helps the king deal with his stutter.

(In his review, the WSJ’s Joe Morgenstern calls the film “one of the most pleasurable movies to come along in years.” Here’s the WSJ Speakeasy blog’s review revue of the film, and here’s Rottentomatoes.com’s collection of critical opinions.)

What actually makes people stutter? For answers, we chatted with Roger Ingham, a professor of speech and hearing sciences at the University of California, Santa Barbara whose research focuses on stuttering.

Read the Rest of this article on the Health Blog of the Wall Street Journal

Tags: News of the Week Stuttering Newsletter 3 December 2010