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              ON THE CAUSE OF STUTTERING



That the English word...

 

STUTTER derives from the Proto-Indo-European root...

STEU- TO STICK (as one of its meanings) paralleling

................many other roots beginning with the

................phonetic cluster /ST/ to the similar

................meanings of ST/ICKING, as STEG-, STEIG-

................STEIP-, even STA- TO STAND)

................paralleling here further the root...

.TEUh- TO SWELL, from which comes such English words as

.T.U.............= TU/MESCENT and TH/ICK, the two roots 
...................then quite obviously expressive in
...................overlapping combination, if you 
...................will 
pronounce along while using your
...................own language 
instinct, of a...

ST...............= ST/ICKING

.TEUh............= TH/ICKENED

.T.U.............= TO/NGUE, even to its

.T...............= A/T/OMISTICALLY

ST...............= SEN/SIT/IVE, or...

ST...............= SEN/SIT/IZING,

.T...............= T/IP

 

...gives powerful clue to the cause of stuttering.

 

Not only as a disorder of articulation (speech disorder) but as to what is also called a disorder of communication (because of a psychological component, further suggested by these references, as to atomistic sensitivity) when such articulatory, or phonetic, references are found in given names of those who develop a stutter - given names, as to their phonetic form, heard from birth, even influencing articulation, as it were, to the maternal breast - to imprint the articulatory, and therefore also sensorimotor pathways of the human brain, as to a stickingthickenedtongue: stutter.

 

And as found in surnames - even, as we will find, place-names - also with a capacity to imprint, and even genetically select for, in family line and place before

birth, as through the effect of imprint on assortative mating, and then further imprint later during early

critical period, when stuttering becomes developmentally

hard-wired, to again a sticking thickened tongue: stutter.

 

That this is so is strongly suggested by going back in history to a time when there were only single names, as in ancient Greece, to find that of the three historical individuals there we remember for having...

 

...STUTTERED, we find the most famous Greek of all...

ARISTOTLE, with a name that not only corresponds closely 
...........to the root...

...STO....= STEU- TO STICK, but to the English word...

...STOT...= STUT/TER, expressively adding a second....

......T...= /T/ as a linguistic S/T/OP, hence a...

...ST.....= ST/ICKING

....TO....= TH/ICKENED

....T.T...= T-T/ONGUE or...

.......L..= L/INGUA

...ST.T...= STUTT/ERING potentially to a ST/OP, as in

............the...

AR........= AR/C of the mouth (even without considering

............the further articulatory problem presented by

............the tongue twisting, or tangling, /TL/)

 

There could hardly be any more supportive initial evidence for the hypothesis that the phonetic forms of names such as these are profoundly involved in the development of stuttering, until, that is, we realize that of the two other ancient Greeks we remember for having...

 

...STUTTERED, Battos, the founder of Kryene,
..............his original name was not Battos, a byname

..............of uncertain origin (referring either to
..............his speech disorder or his royal descent)
..............but, 
according to Pindar and others, again

ARISTOTLE.....and so again with a referential phonetic,

............. articulatory, sensorimotor script for a...

...ST...................= ST/ICKING

...STOT.................= STUT/TERING (STO/PPING), whether

..........................or not additionally

......TL................= T/ANG/L/ED,

....TO..................= TO/NGUE and....

.......L................= LINGUA

 

The fact that the root....

 

...STEU- TO STICK also gives us the English words

...ST.U  = STU/DY (as by ST/ICKING in TE/ST/ING) and...

...ST/U..= STU/DENT, would then also account for why the

.....................philosopher..

ARISTOTLE, in contrast to PINDAR as POET, with references

..........................................to the...  

..........................P.........POET = POET/ICALLY

..........................P.........PO...= PU/RSED or...

............................ND.R.....O...= R/O/UND/ED

...........................................lips of the ...........................................mouth...

...........and like many other Greek philosophers 
...........including...

ARISTOTLE's teacher, not originally Plato but...

ARISTOCLES, was also a great...

...STUDIER, as Plato's

...STUDENT

 

Suggesting even the relationship between articulatory imprint and type of genius, for which we have the further clue of a...

 

...STUDY that found that college...

...STUDENTS who...

...STUTTER do better on IQ tests.

 

All of which gives clue as to why the third ancient Greek we remember for having...

 

........STUTTERED - in fact the person from history we 
....................recall most for speech disorder

....................because of the extraordinary lengths

....................he went to overcome this to become one

....................of Greece's greatest orators, had the 
....................name...
....DEMOSTHENES, and so even more specifically

.................referencing a...

........ST.......= ST/ICKING

.........TH......= TH/ICKENED

.........T..N....= TON/GUE, with the potential to...

........STH......= STU/TTER, as in a...

....D............= D/OWNWARDLY, labially

......M..........= CO/M/PRESSING

......MO.TH......= MOUTH, and so even with a further

...................potential to...

......M.ST.......= ST/AMM/ER (SEE next section)

 

There could hardly be any more supportive evidence

that given names alone, heard and so imprinted to the articulatory centers from birth (as single words are later) are profoundly and causally involved in the development of stuttering during critical early period.

 

 

What is more, even though the Greeks of ancient times did not have surnames - with the potential to genetically select as by imprint influencing assortative mating in family lines for these affinities (genes to genius) even before birth - they did have place-names (of a kind that later became surnames throughout the world) by which they further distinguished themselves from others as to identityand so we are obliged to note further, and before going on, that...

 

DEMOSTHENES, and his family, would have identified with

.............his birthplace (place to region)...

.............ATHENAE, ATTICA, collectively referencing 
..............................the...

.............AT.......AT......= AT/OMISTICALLY repeating

..............T........TTI....= TIP of a...

..............TH.........IC...= TH/IC/KENED ...

..............T..N.....T..C...= T/ON/GUE, and so

................................reinforcing his own

................................articulatory potential
................................in self-identifying, even
................................reciprocally reinforcing,

................................combination to a...

....ST........T........TTIC...= STICK/ING

.....TH.......TH.........IC...= TH/ICK/ENED....

.....T..N.....T........TT.C...= TON/G/UE
....STH.......T........TT.....= STH/UTT/ER (STUTTER)

 

Similarly for the founder of KYRENE

 

ARISTOTLE b.  THERA, collectively reinforcing the...

....T.T.......T......= A/T/OMISTICALLY repeating...

....T.T.......T......= T/IP of a...

..............TH.....= TH/ICKENED

....T.T.......T......= T/ONGUE,

..............T..R...= TR/IPPING

......TL.............= T/ANG/L/ED with the...

.......L.............= L/INGUA to a...

...STOT.......THER...= STUTHER (STUTTER)

Not the least because the Greek form of the name...

ARISTOTLE is..
ARISTOTLES, and so in combination with...
............THERA even reinforces a...
...ST....S..T.....= ST/ICKING
............TH....= TH/ICKENED
............T..R..= TR/IPPING
............T.....= TON/GUE

 

And even more specifically for the philosopher...

 

ARISTOTLE, b. STAGIRA, KHALKIDHIKE, reinforcing a...

...ST........ ST.G.....K...K.D..K...= STICK/ING
......................................repeating,
......TL.......TAG........L.........= TA/N/G/L/ED,
....T.T........T.......K...K.D..K...= TONGUE or...

........L..................L........= L/INGUA, again to a

....STOT......ST....................= STUT/TER

...further reinforced by the Greek form of...

ARISTOTLES of STAGIRA, KHALKIDHIKE to...
...ST.T..S....ST.G.....K...K.DHIK..= S-ST/ICKING
...ST.T.......ST...................= STUT/TERING repeating
....T.T........T...................= T-T/ONGUE

 

If it is too difficult to conceive of such a further effect by place-names, and the unexpected pathways by which this can occur, perhaps we should just keep in mind the obvious effect of the given names here alone, and then move forward to the consideration of surnames, including royal surnames (where assortative mating is even enhanced, as to a kind of inbreed) as for the royals, James I and Charles I, the only two kings of England who are found on lists of famous individuals who have stuttered (in contrast to two others kings of England found mostly on lists of famous individuals who have stammered; SEE under Stammer)

 

Based on the evidences above, what would you predict their royal surnames might have been as if you didn't already

know?

 

Quite obviously not...

 

.ARISTO///TLE in its telling relation to the root form...

....STEU-.....TO STICK, and the derived word...

....ST.U..T....= STUTT/ER, with its further reference to
.................the...

..........T....= T/ONGUNE

.....T....T.R..= TR/ILLINGLY R/EPEATING, but what

.................of the even more closely paralleling

.................royal surname of...

....ST/UART, and so with like potential to imprint, still

.............within critical early period, as well as

.............to select for in royal family line through

.............reinforced assortative mating influenced

.............by imprint, to the same..

....ST.......= ST/ICKING

.....T.U.....= TH/ICKENED (SEE again TEUh- to SWELL)

.....T...R...= TR/IPPINGLY

....ST....T..= ST/OPPING (as by second /T/-S/T/OP)

....ST.U.RT..= STUTTER/ING repeating...

.....T.U..T..= T-TO/NGUE (T/ONGUE)

 

Accounting for why...

 

..JAMES I STUART, as with a...

......S...ST......= S-ST/ICKING (STICKING)

...........T..R...= TR/IPPING

......S...STU.RT..= S-STU/TT/ER/ING (STUTTERING)

...........TU.....= TU/MESCENTLY TH/ICKENED

...........TU.....= TO/NGUE, as in a...

..J.M.............= JAM/MINGLY CO/M/PRESSING M/OUTH,

....................even with an affinity for...

..........STU..T..= STUD/Y (SEE above)

 

...was described by one of his courtier as having a...

 

...........TONGUE

...........TOO big for his MOUTH

 

And so also accounting for why the most famous American actor ever to have overcome a...

 

..........STUTTER, had the identically pronounced

...................(and indeed heard) name of...

..JAMES...STEWART, who familiarly....

..........ST...RT..= STRETCH/ED out his

.............W.RT..= WORD/S, as to compensate

 

As for...

 

..JAMES   STUA/RT's son...

 

CHARLES I STUART, he would then also have had a

..................reinforced potential for a...
......S...ST......= S-ST/ICKING (STICKING)

...........T..R...= TR/IPPING

......S...STU.RT..= S-STU/TT/ER/ING (STUTTERING)

...........TU.....= TU/MESCENTLY TH/ICKENED

...........TU.....= TO/NGUE or...

....L.............= L/INGUA, as in a...

CHA...............= JAW that...

CHA...............= C/ATCH/ES, something, given the

....................phonetic relationship between

......S....T and...

......S....D for...

CHARLES    DO//DGSON, and indeed

CHARLES    D/AR//////WIN  might have recognized in trying

..........................to understand their own...

......S....D..............= ST/ICK/ING

...........D..R...........= TR/IPPING,

......S....D..RD..........= STUTTER/ING, repeating... 

...........D...DG.........= TONG/UE (SEE further below)

 

It is even relevant that though JAMES I and CHARLES I were kings of...

 

ENGLAND, without such reinforcing sticking references in
.........its collective name, they were 
from

.........SCOTLAND, with only slightly less obvious

...................phonetically attracting, or
...................clu/st/ering, references 
to the
...................potential for a...

..........SC.T......= STICK/ING, even again potentially

.............TLAN...= T/AN/G/L/ED,

.............T..N...= T/ONGUE or...

..............L.N...= LIN/GUA

 

The phonetic references in self-identifying given names, surnames, and place-names here again reinforcing each other

to the potential for articulatory disorder.

Even self-identifying place-of-birth names if we might might note that CHARLES I STUART of SCOTLAND was born at...

..........DUNFIRMLINE PLACE, in
..........DUNFIRMLINE, along with all the other references 
.......................resulting in the...
..........DUN..........= TON/GUE or...
.................LIN...= LIN/GUA becoming too...
.............FIRM......= FIRM

 

As supporting evidence for this, it should then be found relevant that the actor...

 

JAMES STEWART, from the UNITED ST/ATES, was even

...............more identifyingly from the state of....

...............PENNSYLVANIA, which would also have

.............................combined phonetically and 
.............................sequentially with his

.............................personal names to a...

....S.ST.....................= S-ST/ICKING (STICKING)

.......T...R...P.............= TRIP/PING
....S.STEW.RT................= S-STUTTER/ING (STUTTERING)

.......TEW...................= TU/MESCENTLY TH/ICKENED

...............................repeatedly...
....S.STEW.....P.............= S-STO/PP/ING (STOPPING)

.......T....T..P.............= T-T/IP of the T/ONGUE

It is not, after all, as if there were other Greeks

with these names we remember for not having stuttered,

or that all famous Greeks have these telling phonetic combinations in their names. The poet...

 

 

....HOMER has no references at all to the tongue in his

..........name, but among the most significant references
..........to a...

....HO....= W/HO/LISTICALLY

........R.= R/OUNDED

......M...= CO/M/PRESSIVELY

......M.R.= PUR/SING, even...

....H.M...= HUMM/ING (or HYMN-producing) lips of the...

......M...= M/OUTH, even to...

....HO....= W/HO/LISTIC

......M...= I/M/PRESSIONISTIC...

......M.R.= ME/MOR/Y, if we are to believe he was blind 
............and had to recite his 
poems from...

......M.R.= ME/MOR/Y, in contrast to the place-name
............ATHENS or...
............ATHENAI, which itself references the...
............AT.......= AT/OMISTIC 
.............T.......= T/IP of a...
.............TH......= TH/ICKENED
.............T..N....= TONG/UE, and very much as the
.......................place-name...
......M.R...= ROME, with its own references to the...
......M.R...= CO/M/PRESSING lips of the...
......M.....= M/OUTH (SEE next under STAMMERING)

 

 

Yet we do find one famous Roman with a stutter, from a royal (or patrician) family, the emperor...

.........CLAUDIUS, with the three names of...
TIBERIUS CLAUDIUS DRUSUS  Given the evidences above,

..........................can we not recognize, at least
..........................in part, 
very much the same
..........................potential 
found in the surname...

................S.DRU.....= STUAR/T, and even the place-

............................name...

T......S.C................= SC/OT/LAND, again
............................combinationally

............................reinforcing a...

.......S........S....S.S..= S/EN/S/TIVITLY, or...

.......S........S....S.S..= S/EN/S/ITIZINGLY repeating... 

T......S.C......S.D.......= ST/ICKING

..................DR......= TR/IPPING

......U........U....U.U...= CIRC/U/MFLEXIVELY thickened

T.................D.......= T/ONGUE to its...

T.........................= A/T/OMISTIC

TIB.......................= TIP, with a further potential

............................in the...

.........CLAUDI...........= CLAUDI/AN line for a similar

............................speech disorder, believed

............................genetic, known as a...

.........CL.UD....DR......= CLUTTER

 

Reinforced still further here by the fact that Claudius was not born in ROME, with its CO/M/PRESSING lips of the M/OUTH references, but at...

 

LUGDUNUM, with almost all..

L.G..N....= LINGUA or...

...DUN....= TON/GUE references...

.U..U.....= CIRC/U/MFLEXED, or thickenedrelative to a

.U..U.U...= CIRC/U/MFLEXIVELY compressing, or pursing...
.......M..= M/OUTH
.U..U.U...= O/VER
L.G.......= L/IN/G/UA or...
..GDUN....= TON/GUE...

 

...so problematic in rapid pronunciation, and so also to

collective imprint (whether or not additionally to selection) personally reinforced to his disorder, or disorders, of speech.

 

 

There is then even further phonetic parallel between the names..

 

..........CLAUDIUS DRUSUS and the name...

..........CHARLE/S

.................S/TUART, of a kind that can help to

..........................explain both the...

.................S/TUTTER, and genius at...

.................S/T/UDY (if not also further related

..........................disorders, SEE OCD and AUTISM)

..........................of...

..........CHARLE/S/D/AR/WIN and...

..........CHARLE/S/D/ODGSON (LEWIS CARROLL) even as we

.............................should again instinctively

.............................understand the phonetic

.............................relationship between

.............................the /ST/ and /SD/, both to

.............................ST/ICKING and ST/UDYING,

 

...including to Darwin's own recognition of an expressive basis to language - but apparently not to the recognition of this same expressive effect of names, referred to as the...

.........TA-TA theory of language origin, ironically
...............referencing the repeating....
.........T..T..= T/IP of the T/ONGUE holding sensor-
...............motor equivalence to the repeating
.........T..T..= T/IPS of the fingers, as in waving
...............goodbye (TA-TA) 


...or he would have understood further why his father...

 

...........ROBERT DARWIN, without such combinational

..........................reference to sticking, did not

..........................stutter, and why grandfather..

.........ERASMU/S/DARWIN, with such reference again to a

................S/D........= ST/ICKING

..................D.R......= TR/IPPING, if also...

.....................WI....= WI/DENED (thickened)

..................D....N...= TO/N/GUE did, reinforced

.............................here by further identifying

.............................and potentially selecting

.............................birth at...

 

.............EL/S/T///ON HALL, as to a...

..............L............LL..= L/INGUA/LL/Y

................S.T............= ST/ICKING

..................T...ON.......= TON/GUE

 

The parallels between the maternal surnames of both Darwin and Carroll of...

 

......WEDGWOOD and...

...LUTWIDG/E...to an added potential for a...

....U..........= CIRC/U/MFLEXIVELY

......WID......= WID/ENED

...L...........= L/INGUA or...

.....T..DJ.....= TONG/UE

........DJ,....= CAT/CH/ING, even in a....
......W........= CIRC/U/MCOMPRESSING mouth; or, in the case
.................of CARROLL 
and his many affected siblings,
.................to...

...L...........= L/INGUA and...

....U..........= CIRC/U/MFLEXIVELY thickened...

....UT.........= TO/NGUE

.....TWI.......= TWI/STING, even...

.....TWITJ.....= TWITCH/ING

 

...gives further clue to the assortative selective effect even of unused maternal surname, and the parallels between Darwin's birthplace of...

 

.........SHREWSBURY in...

.........SHROPSHIRE, and Lewis Carroll's even more famous

.....................birthplace of....

.........CHE//SHIRE, even clue to the stuttering

.....................(less known than his lisping, SEE

......................Lisping) of...

 

WINSTON  CHUR/CHILL, born WOODSTOCK, which among other

.....................................potentials for his

.....................................genius, such as...

............R.CH.....................= REACH/ING to...

WIN..................................= WIN the...

...............HILL..................= HILL, would again

.......................................have reinforced

.......................................a cumulative 
.......................................potential for a

...ST....C....C...............ST.CK..= STICK/ING

.........CH...CH.....................= CATCH/ING

....TON..C....C................TOC...= TONG/UE

 

All of which gives clue as to why the greatest genius of all from England, who also had to contend with a stutter (along with manifold other disorders, including high-functioning, and stutter-related, autism; SEE later) was...

 

ISAAC NEWTON, born WOOLSTHORPE, where we again find

................................reinforced reference to a

.S..C....T.............ST.......= ST/ICKING

....C...................TH......= TH/ICK/ENED

........................T..RP...= TRIP/PING

.......................ST.O.P...= STOP/PING, even...

.S..C...........................= SCH/ISMATIC

.........TON............T.O.....= TON/GUE or...

......................L.........= L/INGUA at the...

....C.N..T......................= CENT/ER

..................................relative to the

...................WO.L.........= WHOL/E

..AAC...........................= ARC of the mouth, 
..................................as well reinforcing,
..................................as noted earlier

.S..C.N..T......................= SC/IENTIFIC

.S.......T.............ST.......= ST/UDY and...

.........T.N............TH......= THIN/KING as to the

....C.NE.T......................= CENT/ER (of gravity)

..................................relative to the...

..AAC...........................= ARC, even as by...

.S....N..TON...........ST.......= STON/ES (calculi)

 

Not only are such articulatory, or onomotological, references consistent in the names of those who have evinced a stutter, but they consistently contrast with the references in names we will find (SEE next section) for those who have evinced a stammer, and indeed a lisp.

 

........................................................

 
        (Added Evidence in the form of Questions)

Why do you think television journalist and spokesperson for The Stuttering Foundation of America...
rom the evidences above, why do you
 
JOHN STOSSEL, from CHICAGO, also had to overcome a...
.....ST..............IC.....= ST/IC/KING
J..................CH.C.....= CATCH/ING
...N..TO....................= TO/NGUE? 

Why do you think that another spokesperson for The Stuttering Foundation of America, the actor...

NICHOLAS BRENDON, with a surname that would more likely
..................select 
and imprintedly reinforce...
.........B........= B/ILABIAL...
.........BRE......= PRE/SSING, with first name to...
..C.OL...B........= B/L/OCKING, had instead the original
....................first and last name of...
 
NICHOLAS SCHULTZ, which again brings us to much more
..................telling references, with the further
..................potential for selection in family
..................line, to an...
NI................
= IN/NER
.IC....S.S.H..TZ..= SHT/ICK/ING (STICKING)
............U.....= CIRC/U/MFLEXIVELY thickened...
N.............T...= T/ONGUE or...
N....L.......L....= L/IN/GUA, much as for affected
....................author...
 
NEVIL    S/HU/TE, with similar reference in these his first
..................two names along with original surname...
..................NORWAY, yet again referencing the...
N.................N.R....= INNER repeating...
............U......OR....= CIRC/U/MFLEXIVELY thickened or
.....................W...= W/IDENED...
.........S.H..T..= SHT/ICKING (STICKING))
..R......S.HU.T..= SHT/UTT/ER (STUTTERING) T/ONGUE
 
...reinforced by his birth in EALING (compare LING/UA) at...
 
SOMERSET road, which with these personal tongue
.........references would have reinforced a...
S..ERS.T.= STUTTER, as for publisher LUCE (L/INGUA sensing)
...........tellingly from....
 
.............TENGCHOW, CHINA
.............T.NG............= TONGUE
.................CH....CH.N..= CATCHIN/G, in
 
.........SHANTUNG,
.........S...T.....= ST/ICKING, potentially
.........SH........= CAT/CH/ING,
............N..N...= I/NN/ER
.............TUNG..= TONGUE, suggestive, therefore, even of 
.....................the stuttering attributed to a      .....................certain U.S. president surnamed....
 
.......WASHI///NG
.............TON
 
For another of the most prominent spokespersons for the Stuttering Foundation of America...
 
ALAN RABINOWITZ, why do you think we find equally
.................telling references to a
.L.N.............= LIN/GUA, or...
...N.R...N.......= I/NN/ER
...N.....N...T...= TO/N/GUE to its
...........W.....= CIRC/U/MFLEXIVE, or CIRC/U/MFLEXIVELY
...........WI....= WI/DENED
............IT...= TI/P that has the potential to...
............ITZ..= S/TI/CK (reinforced by /K/s of...
...................BROOKLYN, and NEW  YORK) as well as to
...........WITZ..= T/W/IS/T (compare TONGUE TWISTER)
 
...and so who relates how as a boy when he began to stutter, in trying to speak, his body would often "twistand spasm"?
 
Why do you think it is that another person with a single name, like the ancient Greeks, affected by a stutter, was the founder in early America of the Iroquois Confederacy
 
DEKANIWIDA, of the HURON tribe, or, more consistently,
............the....
............ONONDAGA, and adopted into the...
.......................MO/HAWK tribe, referencing
.......................MO......= MO/UTH
...........................AWK.= ARC to...
.............................K.= C/ANINES
..........................HA...= HIGH
........................O......= O/VER, tellingly
........................contrasting his own references 
........................then to a repeating...
....NI.......N.N.......= I/NN/ER
......WID..............= WID/ENED, potentially
D.K....................= S/TICK/ING
D.K.N........N.ND.G....= TONGUE, from the root DNGHU-
.........................and this to do not only with why
.........................he became a peacemaker, getting
.........................the Mohawk to renounce the
.........................practice of cannibalism, but why
.........................his name compares to the surname
.........................of novelist...
DEK.NI.................= DICKENS, affected by obsessive-
.........................compulsive "sticking" and even...
DEK.NI.................= DICKINSON, affected, as some
.........................believe, by high-functioning
.........................autistic "sticking" (staying)?
 
Given that DEKANIVIDA is referred to as "THE GREAT PEACEMAKER," why do you think it is that we find another famous person with a stutter to have been Nobel Peace Prize winner...
 
LUDWIG 
.... Q///UIDDE with many of the same references as the
...............maternal middle name of LEWIS CARROLL, or...
LUDWIG..........= CHARLES LUTWIDGE CARROLL,  comparing...
..D/EKANAWID/A to a...
.U.......W......= CIRC/U/MFLEXIVELY
...W.....WID....= WID/ENED
..D..K.N........= TONG/UE or...
L...............= L/INGUA, with potential, in...
.........W......= CIRC/U/MFLEXIVELY compressed, or...
.........WI.....= WEE, lips of the mouth to...
..D..K..........= S/TICK, if not also..
..DW............= TW/IST (see LUTWIDGE above)
 
...his birthplace of...
 
....DEUT/S/CHLAND, derived from the root...
....DEU............= TEUh- TO SWELL (as TEUT: PEOPLE)
.....................then having the potential to
.....................imprintedly and selectively reinforce,
.....................as above, with personal names to a...
....DEU............= TU/MESCENT
.......T.S.CH......= ST/ICKING-CAT/CH/ING
.......T...........= T/ONGUE or...
.............L.N...= LIN/GUA?
 
 
Why do you think it is that another famous...
 
LUDWIG who was affected by a stutter was the linguistic
.......philosopher...
LUDWIG WITTGENSTEIN, this time reinforcing a surname
.....................strongly referencing a...
...........G..ST.....= ST/ICK/ING
.........TTG.N.T..N..= TONG/UE, as the country of his
.......................birth...
 
AUSTRIA, to a...
..ST.....= ST/ICKING
...TRI...= TRI/PPING
...T.....= T/ONGUE, and so the collective potential for...
AUST.....= AUTISM, which may also have affected
...........WITTGENSTEIN, as it did many other young
.........................Austrians, and as it did another
.........................German lover of peace...
................ENSTEIN..= EINSTEIN?

Why do you think it is that the names...
 
....DE/KANAWIDA
....DICKENSON, and...
....DICKENS (SEE above) also have much in common with
.............the name...
...AT//KINSON, the surname of the British actor,
...............comedian, and screenwriter who admits to
...............a recurring stutter, as to an...
...AT..........= AT/OMISTICALLLY
....T..KINS....= ST/ICK/ING
....T..K.N.....= TON/GUE (stutter) from boyhood, as has,
.................in fictional context, American actor,
.................comedian, and director...
 
............WOODY ALLEN, whose original name of...
 
.... ALLEN STEWART KONIGSBERG, as the...
...........STEWART K.NIG.......= KINGS, even more clearly
.................................reveals reference to a...
......LL.N.....................= LIN/GUA repeating, along
.................................with a...
............TEW................= TU/MESCENT
........EN...........NI........= I/NN/ER repeating...
............TEW..T..K.N.G......= T-TONGUE (TONGUE)
...........ST......K..NIG......= STICKING
............T...R..............= TR/IPPING
...........STEW.RT...NING......= STUTTERING
 
...contributing to this own postulated high-functioning
atomistically sensitive (or autistically sensitized) orientation?
 
As for another actor-director, why do you think, with an even more problematic stutter that has him as spokesperson for those with a stutter...
 
.....AUSTIN PENDLETON, we again find telling reference to
.......................an...
.....A..T..............= AT/OMISTICALLY or...
.....AUSTI.............= AUTIST/ICALLY (from AUTO-)
.......ST.N............= SENSIT/IVE (from SENT-) or...
.......ST.N............= SENSIT/IZED, as by reference to an
.....A..T..............= AT/OMISTICALLY
.......ST..............= ST/ICKING, even...
...............DL......= T/ANG/L/ED (compare /TL/) to...
.......ST....P.........= ST/OPP/ING or...
.......ST.........T....= ST/UTT/ERING
........T.N.......TON..= TON/GUE?
 
Why do you think it is that one of the most prominent and well-known individuals with a stutter in the United States - especially because of his many appearances both as a guest and singer on talk shows - was...
 
MEL TILLIS, often listed as being from DOVER, when
............in fact his original first and last name
............was...
 
LONNIE TILLIS, and he was from the Florida town of...
...............PAHOKEE, which would then have reinforced
........................a repeating...
L.NNI...ILLI............= LIN/GUA or...
.ONN...T................= T/ON/GUE to...
.......TI...S......K....= S/TI/CK, and even...
.......T....S..P..O.....= S/T/O/P, as for author...
..............UP/DIK/E?
 
Why do you think it is that actress...
 
MARILYN MONROE, with a stage name that would much more
................likely have influenced a...
M.......M.......= M/OUTH CO/M/PRESSING
M.......M.......= STA/MM/ER (SEE under Stammer),
..................and little indication of a
..................TONGUE-STICKING STUTTER, had instead
..................the original name of...
 
NORMA JEANE MORTENSON, which has initial reference to a
N........N.....T.N..N..= TON/GUE-referencing
N........N.......N..N..= /N/, with potential selection
.........................for what the researcher
.........................into speech disorder...
............M.RT.N.....= MARTIN SCHWARTZ refers to as a
.........................possible cause of stuttering,
.........................a targeted...
...............TENSON..= TENSION that is selected for,
.........................as here to the...
N................N..N..= I/NN/ER
...............TENS....= TENS/ED or...
...............TENS....= TENS/IVE
N........N.....T.N.....= TON/GUE relative to the...
...M........M..........= CO/M/PRESSIVE
...M........MO.........= MO/UTH?
 
Why do you think it is that...
 
ANNIE GLENN (the wife of astronaut JOHN GLENN) also had a much more revealing original name to account for her stutter...
 
ANNA CASTOR, which would have had the potential to
.............select for, and imprintedly reinforce, yet
.............again a...
.....C.ST....= ST/ICK/ING
........T.R..= TR/IPPING 
ANNA.........= INNE/R repeating...
.NN.....T....= T/ON/GUE, as even more tellingly for the
...............surname of publisher...

ANNENBERG, reinforced to his own stutter by the given
...........name WALTER, as to an
ANNEN...................= I/NN/ER repeating or...
...................T.R..= TR/ILLING T/ONGUE in a
................W.......= CIRC/U/MPRESSING mouth, as
..........................for actor...

................WALTER "BRUCE" W/ILLIS, or more 
........................................tellingly for
........................................former CEO of
........................................CITY CORP
................WALTER.........W/RISTON, reinforcing a...
...................T.R...................= TR/IPPING,
...................................ST....= ST/ICKING, even
................W..T...........W..IST....= TWIST/ING
....................................TON..- TON/GUE

As would have a now obscure patient of Sigmund Freud, brought to him by LUDWIG WITTGENSTEIN's older sister...

MARGARET, or...
...GRETA, leaving us to consider the effect of a mother
...GR.....= GR/ABBING over an...
.....ETA..= ATO/MISTIC son...

THOMAS STONBOROUGH, as to the...
T.OM.S.ST...........= A/TOMIST/ICALLY
.....S.ST...........= S-ST/ICKING
........TON.........= TON/GUE, even as originally
......................reactive to a
...MAS.S............= MASS/IVE
...MA...............= MA, or MO/THER
...M................= E/M/OTIONALLY
...........BORO.....= UBER: OVER

...reinforced by...

AUSTRIA, VIENNA, or..

OSTERREICH, VIEN as to collective imprint and selection for
.................a
.ST..............= ST/ICKING
..T.R............= TR/IPPING
..T..............= T/ONGUE relative to that which is, or
...................those who are...
............VIE..= EV/OL/VI/NG
............V....= O/V/ER

...holding clue to the effect of names on all of Freud's patients, and why had he recognized this a new kind of psychoanalysis would have resulted, and the practice of psychology would have been turned into a true neuroscience.

Even a new kind of neuroscience that could help those such as severely affected golfer...

SOPHIE GUSTAFSON, from childhood, understand why a 
..................surname that references in 
..................articulation a...
.........ST..S.N..= SEN/SIT/IVELY
.......G.ST.......= ST/ICK/ING
........U.T.......= T/H/ICKENED T/ONGUE in...
........U.........= CIRC/U/MCOMPRESSING lips of the
....................mouth would likely have selected for
....................a...
........UST.......= ST/U/TT/ER for herself and her two
....................older brothers, reinforced to 
....................permanence for her because of a
....................given name that would have 
....................reinforced....
S........ST.......= S-S/TICKING (STICKING) if not also
S........ST..S.N..= S/EN/S/ITIVITY, if not also a
....................self-identifying hometown name of

SARO, which would have had the potential to reinforce by
....../S/ and /R/ in combination a...
S.R...= S/EN/S/TIVELY T/R/ILLING tongue in the 
...O..= WH/O/LE of the mouth, and perhaps, as for her
........brothers, and even aunt, by the telling
........name of SWEDEN'S capital...

STOCKHOLM, as to...
ST.CK......= STICK/ING
.TOCK......= TONG/UE in...
.TOCK......= TALK/ING relative to the...
.....HOL...= WHOL/E of the...
........M..= M/OUTH to CO/M/PRESSING lips

...if not also for a presumably Swedish boy she has helped come to terms with his own severe stutter and the bullying it has elicited, known only as...

DILLON, but enough to recognize the significance of all
D...ON..= T/ON/GUE and...
..LL.N..= LIN/GUA references

...also encouraged by mostly recovered stutterer...

TIGER WOODS, with the even mores suspect original given
.............name of...

ELDRICK, as to..
.L.......= L/INGUA or...
..D......= T/ONGUE
..DRI....= TRI/PPING to...
....ICK..= ST/ICK/ING

.......................................................

This page is dedicated to a woman with a stutter so severe
that almost as a plea, many years ago now, she posted an anonymous message to an Internet message board wondering what might have happened had Albert Einstein devoted his genius - autistic genius it has turned out - instead of to physics (atomic science) to psychology (neuroscience).

As someone with a surname very much the same as...

EINSTEIN'S...
...STONE, as to phonetic form, and so also referencing the
....T.....= A/T/OMISTICALLY
...ST.N...= SE/N/SIT/IVE, potentially
...ST.....= ST/ICKING
....T.....= T/IP of the...
....TON...= TON/GUE, who has been known to stutter in
............stress-related situations (but not when
............singing) 

...I would like to believe this is a little of what he
might have discovered and, even more, that it might help.















 
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