Click here for a free copy of our latest paper published in Neuropsychological Rehabilitation showing that participants with chronic aphasia improve significantly on trained and untrained items and demonstrate transfer to semantic/phonological processing and global language skills after typicality-based semantic feature analysis treatment.
Read our latest work on #semantic #verbalfluency #aphasia #switching. Bose, A., Wood, R. & Kiran, S. (2016). Semantic fluency in aphasia. Clustering and switching in the course of one minute. International Journal of Communication Disorders.
For eight weeks this summer, high school students taught stroke survivors how to use various forms of technology, smart phones, tablets, computers and various types of software. This program allowed high school students to understand more about aphasia and allowed stroke survivors to learn and troubleshoot their technology problems. Here is a picture on BU […]