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The counterclockwise brain torque, defined as a larger right prefrontal and left parietal-occipital lobe, is a consistent brain asymmetry. Reduced or reversed lobar asymmetries are markers of atypical cerebral laterality and have been found in adults who stutter. It was hypothesized that atypical brain torque would be more common in children who stutter. MRI-based morphology measures were completed in boys who stutter (n=14) and controls (n=14), ages 8-13. The controls had the expected braindoi:10.1080/87565641.2012.661816 pmid:22799762 pmcid:PMC5537737 fatcat:joljo5awvjhgza3g36k5z6bgo4