Research Participation

Interested in participating in research? Our colleagues across the nation are conducting research about stuttering, cluttering, and fluency disorders. Please visit their sites listed below for details about current projects and how to participate:


Michigan State University Spartan Stuttering Lab: Contact Dr. Scott Yaruss,  or Ms. Caryn Herring through

Lab website:

The vast majority of research on stuttering has focused on the observations and perceptions of listeners. We are working to change that by gathering new information directly from people who stutter. One aspect of this research involves detailed surveys that will help us learn more about the characteristics and experiences of people who stutter.

Florida State University: Contact Dr. Chris Constantino at, or Ms. Kaylee Hogg,


Western Michigan University: Contact Dr. Hope Gerlach at or (269) 387-7985.


Montclair State University: Contact Dr. Michael Boyle at 

The purpose of the study is to better understand the public and private reactions that people who stutter experience in response to their stuttering, and to see how these reactions are associated with well-being and communicative participation. Link:


University of Michigan: Contact Jeremy Huang at

Are you a person with stuttering? Do you have stories about stuttering to share? A research team at the University of Michigan Library is seeking to understand the life experience of adult PWS and the community support around them. They are actively recruiting participants who are 18 years of age or older for a 30-minute remote (Zoom) interview. Participants will receive a $20 Amazon gift card. If you are interested, please get in touch with Jeremy Huang (


If you are a researcher and would like your lab featured on our site, please contact our Director, Bridget Chapman, at