Cluttering can be divided into 2 types:
Symptoms like sentence revisions, filler words and repetitions damage the structure of your sentences. They overturn the logic of your story, so that people have difficulty following you. These symptoms are characteristic of what is known as syntactic cluttering, that comes from ”syntaxis”, the structure of sentences. They impact the fluency of your speech.
Symptoms like collapsing or omitting syllables, poor articulation or misspeaking (errors in word structure) damage the structure of words. These have consequences for the intelligibility of someone’s speech. This is also called phonological cluttering.
Both types of cluttering may occur within the same person.
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