AphasiaBank Posters and Presentations

This page provides links to conference posters (and some talks) that make use of AphasiaBank data and methods.
Year - Conference Authors Title
2023 - ASHA Cordella & Kiran Profiling Temporal Patterns of Connected Speech in Post-stroke Aphasia using a Semi-automated Approach
2023 - ASHA Zavaleta, Brue, Wilson, & Sen Using Machine Learning to Detect and Predict Word Level Errors in Narratives of People with Aphasia
2023 - Academy of Aphasia Dutta & Ugianskis Evaluating Discourse Coherence in Latent Aphasia
2023 - Academy of Aphasia Finley, Kries, Litovsky, & Ostrand Hold that Thought: Linguistic Features of Spontaneous Discourse Production Predict Working Memory in People with Aphasia
2023 - Academy of Aphasia Yoo & Scott Cohesive Devices Analysis of Discourse Production between Individuals with Left Hemisphere Damage with Wernicke's Aphasia (IWA) and those with Right Hemisphere Damage (RHD)
2023 - Clinical Aphasiology Conference Fromm, MacWhinney, Chern, Geng, Kim, & Greenhouse Automated Analysis of Fluency Behaviors in Aphasia
2023 - Clinical Aphasiology Conference Salem, Fleegle, Gale, Fergadiotis, & Bedrick Automating Intended Target Prediction for Paraphasias in Discourse Using a Large Language Model
2022 - Academy of Aphasia Gordon, Peters, Westbrook, Wickre, & Mansour Grammatical structures & errors in paragrammatism
2022 - Academy of Aphasia Mack, Ward, Clark, Grossman, & Toto The effects of spoken aphasia self- advocacy scripts on the thoughts, emotions, and attitudes of unfamiliar non-aphasic listeners
2022 - Academy of Aphasia MacWhinney & Fromm Collaborative Commentary for aphasia
2022 - ASHA Fromm, Ratner, & MacWhinney Teaching with TalkBank: New and improved tools to augment clinical education
2022 - ASHA Gale, Fleegle, Fergadiotis, & Bedrick Recognition of aphasic speech: ASR development and analysis
2022 - ASHA Ozturk & Ozcaliskan Does gesture provide a helping hand to adults with different types of aphasia
2022 - ASHA Zurbrugg & Park Verb tense production differences across various discourse tasks in people with nonfluent aphasia
2022 - Clinical Aphasiology Conference Dalton, Apple, & Richardson Accuracy of clinical implementation of Main Concept Analysis
2022 - Clinical Aphasiology Conference DeDe & Salis Sentence production in a discourse context in latent aphasia: A real-time study
2022 - Clinical Aphasiology Conference Fergadiotis, Steel, Nicholson, Swiderski, Dickey, Fleegle, & Hula Item response theory modeling of the Verb Naming Test
2022 - Clinical Aphasiology Conference Fromm, MacWhinney, & Kowalski Collaborative Commentary for Instructional and Research Applications
2022 - Clinical Aphasiology Conference Haley, Jacks, Rodriguez, & Johnson Scoring the Quick Aphasia Battery: Training, definitions, fidelity
2022 - Clinical Aphasiology Conference Park, Obermeyer, & Kornisch Semantic aspects of verb production in various discourse tasks in people with nonfluent aphasia
2022 - Society for the Neurobiology of Language Zhang & Hinzen Grammar in ‘agrammatical’ aphasia: What’s intact?
2021 - Academy of Aphasia Dalton, Hubbard, AlHarbi, Berube, Apple, & Lynch Comparison of main concept and core lexicon productions between the modern and original cookie theft stimuli in healthy control participants
2021 - Clinical Aphasiology Conference Kim & Wright Measuring word retrieval ability in discourse: Psychometric properties of core lexicon
2021 - Clinical Aphasiology Conference Sharma, Giordano, & Wright Core-lexicon analyses: Usability and reliability for clinical practice
2021 - Nordic Aphasia Conference Dalton, Stark, Apple, Fromm, MacWhinney, Rensch, & Rowedder Comparing reliability and accuracy of scoring modalities for core lexicon analysis using the AphasiaBank database
2020 - Academy of Aphasia Faroqi-Shah Diagnostic criteria for agrammatism: a critical analysis and empirical validation
2020 - Academy of Aphasia Gordon Dimensions of spontaneous speech in aphasia: A factor analysis
2020 - Academy of Aphasia Park The task effect on light and heavy verb production in discourse in people with anomic aphasia
2019 - ASHA Brisebois, Brambati, Desilets-Barnabe, Boucher, Garcia, Rochon, Leonard, Desautels, & Marcotte Narrative discourse recovery in acute post-stroke aphasia: The importance of thematic informativeness
2019 - ASHA Cotherman & Scherz Verbs used by persons with aphasia in procedural discourse compared to conversational discourse
2019 - ASHA Eaton, Kong, Bislick-Wilson, & Ryalls Macrolinguistic analysis of spoken discourse by people with post-stroke aphasia, individuals with cognitive impairment, and survivors of traumatic brain injury
2019 - ASHA Fromm & MacWhinney Automatic computation of SUGAR, QPA, and NNLA profiles using CLAN
2019 - ASHA Giordano, Sabatelli, Sharma, Kim & Wright Using discourse to identify subtle language deficits
2019 - ASHA Malnak, Kim & Wright Function word deficits in Broca's aphasia and its relation to working memory capacity
2019 - ASHA Mozeiko & Konishesky Simplifying discourse analysis for clinical use
2019 - CLARIN Kowalski & MacWhinney TalkBankDB: A comprehensive data analysis interface to TalkBank
2019 - Clinical Aphasiology Conference Bednarczyk & Peach An online investigation of verb transitivity biases in discourse production following aphasia
2019 - Clinical Aphasiology Conference Ellis & Peach Relative weight analysis of the Western Aphasia Battery
2019 - Clinical Aphasiology Conference Kim, Kintz, & Wright Development of a core function word set for clinical use
2019 - Clinical Aphasiology Conference Stark A comparison of three discourse elicitation methods in aphasia and age-matched adults: Implications for language assessment and outcome
2019 - Michigan Speech-Language Hearing Association Arcy, Camp, Fargo, & Strong Using emotional valence to analyze elicited stories about an important event told by individuals with aphasia in AphasiaBank
2019 - Michigan Speech-Language Hearing Association Neubauer, Fife, McConnon, & Strong Thematic analysis of topics from elicited stories about an important event told by individuals with aphasia from AphasiaBank
2018 - Academy of Aphasia Clough & Gordon Understanding fluency in aphasia
2018 - ASHA Hazamy & Obermeyer Evaluating informative content and global coherence in fluent and nonfluent aphasia
2018 - ASHA Jackson, Platt, & Stasi Auditory comprehension and repetition in persons with aphasia
2018 - Clinical Aphasiology Conference DeDe & Salis Speech-timing and episodic analyses of the story of Cinderella: Implications for aphasia recovery
2018 - Clinical Aphasiology Conference Groenewold & Armstrong Enactment and communicative competence in aphasia: A functional linguistic perspective
2018 - Clinical Aphasiology Conference Sharma, Wright, & Ellis Gender differences in aphasia outcomes: Evidence from the AphasiaBank
2018 - Israeli Conference on Cognition Research Andreetta Automatic discourse analysis in aphasia
2017 - Academy of Aphasia Fung, Ho, Kong, & Law Applying Main Concept Analysis (MCA) to analyze spoken discourse by Cantonese speakers with aphasia and unimpaired individuals
2017 - Academy of Aphasia Jenkins, Coppola, & Coelho The role of semantic gesture content for macro-linguistic production in Anomic aphasia
2017 - Academy of Aphasia Korytkowska & Obler Overuse of contractible copula in patients with agrammatic aphasia
2017 - Academy of Aphasia MacWhinney, Fromm, Riebling, & Metze Automatic speech recognition of scripted productions from PWA
2017 - ASHA Haley, Harmon, Smith, Jacks, Richardson, Dalton, & Shafer Apraxia of speech in conduction aphasia: A clinical reality
2017 - ASHA Jackson, Bode, & Lamb Confrontation versus generative naming
2017 - American Congres of Rehabilitation Medicine LaSalle Dysfluencies in persons with aphasia showing improvement: AphasiaBank transcripts
2017 - CAC Fromm, MacWhinney, Forbes, Yankes, Jarold, & Holland Automatic grammatical complexity analysis in aphasia
2017 - CAC Kim, Kintz, & Wright Function words in narrative discourse in aphasia
2017 - Japanese Association of Communication Disorders Iizuka AphasiaBank Japan project
2017 - University of North Carolina, Speech and Hearing Sciences, Student Research Day Petroski & Haley Phonemic and phonetic errors in Conduction aphasia
2016 - American Congres of Rehabilitation Medicine Ellis, Peach Racial differences in the Boston Naming Test among persons with aphasia: Disparity or diagnostic inaccuracy
2016 - ASHA Jackson, Foutch, Roberts Auditory comprehension of single words and sentences on the WAB-R in persons with aphasia
2016 - ASHA Lasker, Kempler, Souter, Santomenna, Stein Social validity of changes in WAB score: Do unfamiliar listeners perceive a difference
2016 - ASHA Richardson, Dalton, Quevedo-Levesque Gist and coherence during picture descriptions in persons with mild aphasia
2016 - ASHA Tanaka, Branch, Dalton, Richardson It's raining cats: Further development of discourse checklists for picture description tasks
2016 - ASHA Thavarajah, Scott, Rogalski Global coherence in personal narratives: Comparing people with aphasia to older adults
2016 - CAC Dalton, Shultz, Hillis, Richardson Describing phonological paraphasias in Primary Progressive Aphasia
2016 - CAC Jenkins, Coppola, Coelho The effects of gesture frequency on discourse production in anomic aphasia: A preliminary investigation
2016 - CAC Kim, Kintz, Wright Verbs, nouns, adjectives, and adverbs: The core lexicon in aphasia narratives
2016 - CAC Kintz, Wright Lexical access in Anomic aphasia: The effects of connection strength
2016 - CAC Lee, Kim, Sung, DeDe Task-specific effects on crosslinguistic differences in nouns and verbs for Korean and English speaking individuals with aphasia
2016 - CAC Richardson, Dalton, Fromm, Forbes, Holland, MacWhinney The relationship between discourse and naming in persons with aphasia
2016 - CAC Sung, DeDe, Lee, Kim Linguistic features of agrammatism in Korean-speaking individuals with aphasia
2016 - Centre of Excellence in Cognition and its Disorders (CCD) Workshop Hameister, Nickels Why did the cat get up the tree? What picture descriptions can tell us about conceptualisation deficits in aphasia
2015 - Aphasia Access Forbes, Fromm, Holland, MacWhinney Telling the stroke story: AphasiaBank as a teaching tool
2015 - Aphasia Access Richardson, Saunders, Hudspeth, Jacks, Silverman, Haley The relationship between discourse performance and life participation in persons with aphasia
2015 - ASHA Jackson, Somogie, Unruh, Foutch, Mohnssen, Steil Cinderella narratives by persons with aphasia: The production of nouns, verbs, and main ideas
2015 - ASHA Lasker, Kempler, Stein Why do potential communication partners look at the hands of people with aphasia
2015 - ASHA Richardson, Dalton, Shultz, Harlow, Haley, Jacks, Silverman Story grammar analysis in persons with aphasia
2015 - British Aphasiology Society Heilemann, Zimmerer, Varley, Beeke "A statue but a lot": The use of formulaic expressions in people with agrammatism
2015 - CAC Covington, Duff Impact of discourse elicitation procedures on use of reported speech
2015 - CAC Fromm, Russell, Hou, Forbes, Holland, MacWhinney Automated idea density measure for discourse in aphasia
2015 - CAC Hudspeth, Richardson, Saunders, Haley, Jacks The relationship between discourse performance with and without gesture use and life participation in persons with aphasia
2015 - CAC Jenkins, Coppola, Coelho Gesture frequency and discourse quality in aphasia
2015 - CAC Kempler, Lasker, Yee, Stein, Hayden What draws the eye to the hands: Looking at aphasia
2015 - CAC Sung, Lee, DeDe Crosslinguistic differences in a picture description task between Korean and English speaking individuals with aphasia
2014 - ASHA Jackson, Fairfield, Walburg, Freeman Word level errors across aphasia types: A discourse analysis
2014 - ASHA Malyutina, Richardson, den Ouden Verb argument structure complexity in discourse
2014 - CAC Fergadiotis, Crone, Wright Relationship between confrontation naming tasks & discourse production in aphasia
2014 - CAC Hudspeth, Richardson Core lexicon and main concept production during picture description
2014 - CAC Kintz, Wright, Fergadiotis Semantic knowledge use within discourse produced by individuals with Anomic aphasia
2014 - CAC Richardson, Hudspeth Story grammar analysis in persons with mild aphasia
2013 - Academy of Aphasia Holland, Fromm, Forbes, MacWhinney Developing a new procedure for assessing communication in severe aphasia: The Famous People Protocol
2013 - ASHA Austin, Jackson Naming obligatory and optional verbs in aphasia
2013 - ASHA Campbell, Hudspeth, Franklin, Richardson Discourse measures in aphasia and observer ratings of comfort and typicality
2013 - ASHA Hudspeth, Campbell, Williams, Dillow, Richardson Development of clinician-friendly discourse analysis tools: Main concept analysis
2013 - ASHA Luna, Fergadiotis Examining the relationship between confrontation naming tasks & discourse production in aphasia
2013 - ASHA Richardson, Hudspeth, Saunders, Payne Story narrative in Anomic aphasia: Analysis of story grammar components
2013 - South Carolina Speech Language Hearing Association Dillow, Ford, Richardson Core verb use in persons with aphasia during Cinderella retelling
2013 - CAC Fromm, Forbes, Holland, MacWhinney PWAs and PBJs: Language for describing a simple procedure
2012 - CAC Johnson, Kurland, Parker, Fromm, MacWhinney Nouns and verbs in naming and storytelling tasks in aphasia: Verbs are another story
2011 - Academy of Aphasia Fromm, MacWhinney, Forbes, Holland Is the Cinderella task biased for age or gender?
2011 - Academy of Aphasia MacWhinney, Fromm, Forbes, Holland Computational analysis of AphasiaBank transcripts and video
2011 - ASHA Jackson, Bayouth, Zexin, Siemann, Uchima, & Zarifa AphasiaBank: The Kansas connection
2010 - CAC Fergadiotis, Wright, Kapantzoglou Productive vocabulary across discourse types in aphasia
2010 International Aphasia Rehabilitation Conference Holland, Sugarman, Forbes, Fromm, MacWhinney AphasiaBank: Its role in research and clinical activities