To read the Inside Sargent ICCR article, click here.
This study established benchmarks of significant change on three standardized outcome measures (i.e., WAB, CETI, BNT) used in aphasia rehabilitation. Click here for a link to the Accepted manuscript forthcoming in Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation.
Read our recent paper: Typicality-based semantic treatment for anomia results in multiple levels of generalisation
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.
Doctoral Student Erin Meier just received in NIH sponsored F31 grant to work on connectivity mechanisms to explain language recovery in patients with aphasia. Check out her profile here: Erin Meier
Our recent paper on #semantic #verbalfluency #aphasia published in International Journal of Language and Communication Disorders
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.
Sarah Villard published her recent review paper on whether #attention deficits underlie #aphasia http://www.tandfonline.com/eprint/yJUFSDizrqiYpzE8Mp6M/full
Our latest paper in Aphasiology examines a rational inference approach to comprehending sentences in aphasia. http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/02687038.2015.1111994
Our latest paper on changes in connectivity within language networks in patients with aphasia who receive language rehabilitation. http://journal.frontiersin.org/article/10.3389/fnhum.2015.00316/full