The Spartan Stuttering Laboratory seeks to learn more about the experiences and thoughts of people who stutter

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.

Click on the links below to access our surveys. If you're you're not sure if you've already taken a particular survey, go ahead and click on it, and the system should tell you. You can also email us at Surveys@StutteringCenter.org to ask which ones you've already completed. THANK YOU!

Current Surveys


Ongoing Surveys (please complete these surveys if you have not already)


Prior surveys (no longer active)

A Survey of Speakers' Experiences of the Moment of Stuttering 
Characteristics of People Who Stutter: Part I (Attention - April 2019)
Characteristics of People Who Stutter: Part II (Frustration - May 2019)
Recovery from stuttering: What does it mean to you? (October 2018)
Characteristics of People Who Stutter: Part IV (Suicidal Thoughts - July 2019)

We want to hear from as many people who stutter as possible. Please help us spread the word by sharing the surveys with your friends who stutter.