Sometimes, stuttering may develop because of genetic damage. This is indicated by the results of scientific work, published in Current Biology.
Will investigate the mechanism of stuttering. Human speech is a very complicated process. It consists of monitoring the rate of breathing, mimic muscles, muscles of the tongue, lips, and cheeks. An important role is played by the vocal cords. Because of the many links of each person's voice is unique.
There are several theories of the development of stuttering: from a strong fright in childhood before psychological reasons. In some cases, stuttering occurs in children, a lot of thinking. It just does not keep up with the brain child.
Scientists have described an alternative way of occurrence of stuttering. As it turned out, the Gnptab gene mutation disrupts the formation of sounds in mice. The same thing happens in humans, says.