Speech and Language Publications

1. Forth, T., Stackhouse, J., Vance, M., Nicholas, A., and Cook, F.M. (1996) Can stammerers rhyme?

Department of Human Communication Science, University College, London. Work in Progress, 6 59-77.

2. Nicholas, A., and Millard, S. (1998). The case for early intervention with pre-school dysfluent children.

International Journal of Language and Communication Disorders, 33, 374-377.

3. Nicholas, A., Stackhouse, J., Nathan, L., and Cook, F. (2000). A study of speech processing skills in children who stutter. In H.G. Bosshardt, J.S. Yaruss., and H.F.M. Peters (Eds.), Proceedings of the Third World Congress on Fluency Disorders: Theory, research, treatment and self-help (pp. 593-597). Nijmegen, The Netherlands: University of Nijmegen Press.

4. Nicholas, A., and Millard, S. (2003). A study investigating the effectiveness of parent-child interaction therapy. In K. Baker and D. Rowley (Eds.), Proceedings of the Sixth Oxford Dysfluency Conference (pp 145-158) York: York Publishing Press.

5. Nicholas, A., Millard, S., and Cook, F. (2004). Parent-child interaction therapy: Child and parent variables pre and post therapy. In A. Packman, A. Meltzer and H.F.M. Peters (Eds), Proceedings of the Fourth World Congress on Fluency Disorders, 2003: Theory, research and therapy in fluency disorders (pp. 108-116) Nijmegen, The Netherlands: University of Nijmegen Press.

6. Buck, S., Lees, R., Martin, P., Nicholas, A., and Hoey, L. (2004). Familial childhood stuttering: Stuttering characteristics and speech abilities. In A. Packman, A. Meltzer and H.F.M. Peters (Eds), Proceedings of the Fourth World Congress on Fluency Disorders, 2003: Theory, research and therapy in fluency disorders (pp. 31-36). Nijmegen, The Netherlands: University of Nijmegen Press

7. Nicholas, A., Yairi, E., Davis, S., Mangelsdorf, S., Cook, F., and Hamilton, V. (2006). A study investigating the temperament of school-aged children who stutter. Proceedings of the Fifth World Congress on Fluency Disorders, Dublin, Ireland, 25-28th July, 2006.

8. Millard, S., Nicholas, A., Cook, F., Hamilton, V., and Au-Yeung, J. (2006). Does parent-child interaction therapy impact on children's language? Proceedings of the Fifth World Congress on Fluency Disorders, Dublin, Ireland, 25-28th July, 2006.

9. Millard, S.K., Nicholas A., and Cook F.M. (2008). Is parent-child interaction therapy effective in reducing stuttering? Journal of Speech, Language and Hearing Research, 51(3), 636-650.

10. Kelman, E., and Nicholas, A. (2008). Practical intervention for early childhood stammering: Palin PCI approach.  Milton Keynes, UK: Speechmark Publishing Ltd. 

11. Nicholas, A. (2015). Solution focused brief therapy with children who stutter. Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences, 193, 209-15.

12. Kelman, E., and Nicholas, A. (2020). Palin parent-child interaction therapy for early childhood stammering (2nd Edition).  Abingdon, UK: Routledge. 

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