Wednesday, December 25, 2019

Anyone in Istanbul?

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I will be in Istanbul for 6 nights from Friday 27th of December to Thursday the 2nd of January.

If you stutter or work with people who stutter, send me a message to tom dot weidig at my gmail dot com address and we can meet up!

Thursday, October 17, 2019

Sunday, September 29, 2019

Online survey: Please participate!

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Nick Chiasson wrote to me and asked if we could help with his research:
I am a graduate student at the University of Delaware doing research on communication attitudes and the impact on social, academic, professional, and romantic life. If you are a male who stutters between 18-30 and have approximately 15 minutes to take an online, anonymous survey, I’d be grateful. Thank you so much!
Link is here:

Wednesday, June 26, 2019

I travel through China and Russia. Anyone wanne meet up?

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I will take the Transsiberian railways through China and Russia, from Shanghai to Beijing. Stops will be Beijing, Chita, Irkutsk, Nowosibirsk, Yekaterinburg, Kazan, Moscow, and St Petersburg.

Do you live at one of those places and stutters or deal with stuttering? Yes? Great, let me know and we can meet up.

Do you know someone living there? Yes? Great, let them know!

Leave a message below or send me an email at tom dot weidig _ at _ gmail  dot com

Tuesday, September 25, 2018

Please participate in this survey!

Anastasia Sares, PhD Candidate at the Centre for Research on Brain, Language and Music (, asked me if I could put up her call for volunteers! Please support her research!

We are conducting a project with Haskins Laboratories and McGill University, researching the music and language habits of people who stutter. The study is in the form of an online survey, and we would greatly appreciate your time to fill it out. At the end of the survey, there is an accompanying music perception test. Thank you!"

The survey is English, Dutch and French:

Friday, July 13, 2018

BREAKING NEWS: John Steggles is Stuttering Jack.

I am at the IFA/ISA/ICA conference!

Finally we met. The two behind the world-wide most read Internet blogs TheStutteringBrain and StutteringJack. We reached millions to increase understanding of stuttering and debate treatments and science!

After years of mystery, I can reveal that StutteringJack is John Steggles from Australia!

Wednesday, June 06, 2018

Help researchers in their research!

"The vast majority of research on stuttering has focused on the observations and perceptions of listeners. We hope to change that by gathering information directly from people who stutter. The Spartan Stuttering Lab at Michigan State University has started a series of surveys about the experiences of people who stutter. We need your help to learn more about what it is like to live with stuttering. "

Find more information at:

Friday, May 18, 2018

Participate in a study on the experiences of people who stutter

Professor Yaruss asks for volunteers for a new research project from the Michigan State University Spartan Stuttering Lab that he and his doctoral candidate Seth Tichenor are conducting.

Information about the study, as well as a link to the consent form and the survey itself, can be found at: http://Surveys.StutteringCenter.Org.

The primary aim of the project is to learn more about the experiences of people who stutter. As you know, the vast majority of research on stuttering is based on listener observations and perceptions (including, for example, listener judgements of when stuttering has occurred, how fluent a person is, when someone is considered “recovered,” etc.). We hope to explore the validity of these judgements by gaining more information about what people who actually stutter think, feel, and experience about their stuttering.

...We hope to learn about the perspectives of a wide range of individuals who stutter around the world, including people who consider themselves to be recovered and people who have participated in variety of treatment approaches, including less traditional treatments. We are particularly interested in reaching people who are not presently involved in speech therapy or support, because their voices have been even more greatly underrepresented in the existing literature.

Tuesday, February 06, 2018

I will be at the IFA congress in Hiroshima Mid July!

Do I have Japanese readers or readers that live in Japan???

I hope so. Please get in contact with me! I have lots of questions!

I will be at the IFA world congress in Hiroshima from July 13th to 16th and hopefully also hosting some events in my role as chair of the IFA research and publication committee.

Here is the link to congress page.