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Tom Weidig

On my blog TheStutteringBrain, I am looking into stuttering and critically review the latest research and treatment approaches. I also try to actively contribute, especially on statistical issues. I have been stuttering from 3 onwards, and did several therapies without long-term success on... Full Bio
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Australian study screens baby's brains by Tom Weidig Posted in: Blog Posts in Brain Health Here is a report on an Australian research study which screens baby's brains. Those babies have stuttering siblings, which make them more likely to develop stuttering. A ... Read on »
Lidcombe is dead: long live any treatment? by Tom Weidig Posted in: Blog Posts in Brain Health It took Peter years to get Marie-Christine Franken on StutterTalk. So enjoy  the podcast ! And it took her years to have the 2007 comparative study between Lidcombe and ... Read on »
How the tower of information leads to an integrated framework for biopsychosocial ideas by Tom Weidig Posted in: Blog Posts in Brain Health I have published an article with a friend of mine on a new framework on how to classify all drivers of human behaviour and experience. I have specifically designed it to inc ... Read on »
Check out and support Dylan's work! by Tom Weidig Posted in: Blog Posts in Brain Health My name is Dylan Madeley, and I've struggled to come to terms with two different aspects of my life. The first one set me on a path of frustration and retrying, cons ... Read on »
Lecture material from Antwerp Stuttering Conference by Tom Weidig Posted in: Blog Posts in Brain Health You can find my presentation here . I talk again about how we need to find a common framework encompassing all elements that drive stuttering behaviour. All other ... Read on »
World Conference on Cluttering by Tom Weidig Posted in: Blog Posts in Brain Health If you are interested in cluttering, check out the website of the 2nd world conference on cluttering: here . Read on »
Facial expressions may lead to miscommunication during a business video meeting by Tom Weidig Posted in: Blog Posts in Brain Health Michael Yunat from GetVIOP suggested the below "infographic, where we demonstrate how facial expressions may lead to miscommunication during a business video meeting ... Read on »
Press release from The Stuttering Foundation by Tom Weidig Posted in: Blog Posts in Brain Health For Immediate ReleaseContact: Greg Wilson greg@curleycompany.com 571-239-7474  Picture caption: Stuttering Foundation President Jane Fraser (second from left) honors auth ... Read on »
Stuttering New York by Tom Weidig Posted in: Blog Posts in Brain Health I also met up with Eric Jackson, the ex co-host of StutterTalk and his fiancee. He is currently doing a PhD in stuttering (what else?), and they took us to a concert at Wi ... Read on »
ELSA Youth Meeting this summer: Deadline is soon! by Tom Weidig Posted in: Blog Posts in Brain Health For young people who stutter and are under 28, go to a free youth meeting in the Netherlands. I was there and I really enjoyed it. Made friends for life. Check out the ... Read on »
Meet me on my US trip by Tom Weidig Posted in: Blog Posts in Brain Health I will be in the US from April 11th to April30th. Meet me in New York, Tucson, or San Diego area! I am always happy to meet readers, especially if they stutter! ;-) ... Read on »
Discuss with me at AIS in NY on April 17th by Tom Weidig Posted in: Blog Posts in Brain Health Come to the  American Institute for Stuttering  on Thursday April 17th from 6-7:30pm in New York. They invited me to talk about research in stuttering. There will prob ... Read on »
Stuttering: a short animation film by Tom Weidig Posted in: Blog Posts in Brain Health Check out Bertrand and Timmy's animation film about stuttering. I met them at the Antwerp stuttering conference. Let me know what you think, and help the cr ... Read on »
Friday key note speakers at Antwerp ECSF Conference by Tom Weidig Posted in: Blog Posts in Brain Health I am sitting here in the entrance hall close to the reception desk of the Antwerp Conference. Here is my report on the three Friday key note speakers: ... Read on »
Guest Blogger Richard Harkness: Stuttering's Primary Paradox and How it Tricks Us by Tom Weidig Posted in: Blog Posts in Brain Health Here is a guest post by Richard Harkness. If you want to be a guest blogger, please contact me. Stuttering's Primary Paradox and How it Tricks Us (Richard Harkness)  S ... Read on »
Arya Kumar Sinha believes that stuttering is totally curable. by Tom Weidig Posted in: Blog Posts in Brain Health Arya Kumar Sinha wrote to me that stuttering is curable. Read his email to me. I am not sure about his "By the laws of physics .Many-worlds interpretation , which successfu ... Read on »
100% guarantee that Anna Deeter does NOT make you stutter-free in 3 days!! by Tom Weidig Posted in: Blog Posts in Brain Health A TSB reader sent me the following email. If you have been in contact with her, contact the authorities! You might be interested to take a look at Carl Herder's FB post ... Read on »
IFA Conference: July 6th-8th 2015 by Tom Weidig Posted in: Blog Posts in Brain Health Here some information about the next IFA conference: IFA’s 8th World Congress will be held at Catholic University in Lisbon, Portugal, where Jaqueline Carmona and Goncalo ... Read on »