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I'd like to see brain scans of stuttering children. Do stuttering children have the same neurological abnormalities that adult stutterers have? Did these children have these neurological abnormalities before they started stuttering? Or do stuttering children have no neurological abnormalities? At what age do the neurological abnormalities associated with stuttering develop?--Thomas David Kehoe 16:57, 31 March 2006 (UTC)