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Rose, Y., Hedlund, G., Byrne, R., Wareham, T., & MacWhinney, B. (2007). Phon 1.2: A Computational basis for phonological database elaboration and model testing. 45th Annual Meeting of the Association for Computational Linguistics, Stroudsburg. https://aphasia.talkbank.org/publications/2007/Rose07.pdf

Cherney, L. R., & Halper, A. S. (2008, Nov-Dec). Novel technology for treating individuals with aphasia and concomitant cognitive deficits. Topics in Stroke Rehabilitation, 15(6), 542-554. https://doi.org/10.1310/tsr1506-542 https://aphasia.talkbank.org/publications/2008/Cherney08b.pdf

Cherney, L. R., Halper, A. S., Holland, A., & Cole, R. (2008). Computerized script training for aphasia: Preliminary results. American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology, 19(1), 19-34. https://doi.org/10.1044/1058-0360(2008/003) https://aphasia.talkbank.org/publications/2008/Cherney08a.pdf

Grande, M., Hussman, K., Bay, E., Christoph, S., Piefke, M., Wilmes, K., & Huber, W. (2008). Basic parameters of spontaneous speech as a sensitive method for measuring change during the course of aphasia. International Journal of Language & Communication Disorders, 43(4), 408-426. https://doi.org/10.1080/13682820701685991 https://aphasia.talkbank.org/publications/2008/Grande08.pdf

Murray, L. L., & Karcher, L. (2008). Can TUF writing make speaking easier? Clinical Aphasiology Conference, Teton Village, WY.

Theobold-Ellner, J. (2008). Functional categories in English and German Broca’s aphasia production. [Thesis, Yale University]. https://aphasia.talkbank.org/publications/2008/Theobald-Ellner08.pdf

Ferguson, A., Craig, H., & Spencer, E. (2009). Exploring the potential for corpus-based research in speech-language pathology. 2008 HCSNet Workshop on Designing the Australian National Corpus, https://aphasia.talkbank.org/publications/2009/Ferguson09.pdf

Kübler, S., McDonald, R., & Nivre, J. (2009). Dependency parsing. Morgan and Claypool. https://aphasia.talkbank.org/publications/2009//Kübler09.pdf

MacWhinney, B., Fromm, D., Holland, A., Forbes, M., & Wright, H. (2010). Automated analysis of the Cinderella story. Aphasiology, 24, 856-868. https://doi.org/10.1080/02687030903452632 https://aphasia.talkbank.org/publications/2010/MacWhinney10.pdf

Menn, L. (2010). The art and science of transcribing aphasic (and other) speech. In L. Scliar-Cabral (Ed.), Psycholinguistics: scientific and technological challenges (pp. 24-42). https://books.google.com/books?hl=en&lr=&id=sHBMEL2r1TAC&oi=fnd&pg=PA24&dq=The+art+and+science+of+transcribing+aphasic+(and+other)+speech&ots=MgXwYk7UQC&sig=cnPcTjPD1lVbnBpfrBkjO7Ksjw4#v=onepage&q=The%20art%20and%20science%20of%20transcribing%20aphasic%20(and%20other)%20speech&f=false

Murray, L. L. (2010). Distinguishing clinical depression from early Alzheimer's disease in the elderly: Can narrative analysis help? Aphasiology, 24(6), 928-939. https://doi.org/10.1080/02687030903422460 https://aphasia.talkbank.org/publications/2010/Murray10.pdf

Sagae, K., Davis, E., Lavie, A., MacWhinney, B., & Wintner, S. (2010, Jun). Morphosyntactic annotation of CHILDES transcripts. Journal of Child Language, 37(3), 705-729. https://doi.org/10.1017/S0305000909990407 https://aphasia.talkbank.org/publications/2010/Sagae10.pdf

Stark, J. (2010). Content analysis of the fairy tale Cinderella – A longitudinal single-case study of narrative production: “From rags to riches”. Aphasiology, 24(6-8), 709-724. https://doi.org/10.1080/02687030903524729 https://aphasia.talkbank.org/publications/2010/Stark10.pdf

Varkanitsa, M. (2010). Quantitative and error analysis of connected speech: Evidence from Greek-speaking patients with aphasia and normal speakers. [Master’s thesis, University College London].

Woo, I., & Murray, L. L. (2010, October). Characteristics and stability of common discourse tasks. Brain Injury Association of Indiana Annual Conference, Greenwood, IN.

Fergadiotis, G. (2011). Lexical diversity for adults with and without aphasia across discourse elicitation tasks. Aphasiology, 25, 1414-1430. https://doi.org/10.1080/02687038.2011.603898 https://aphasia.talkbank.org/publications/2011/Fergadiotis11a.pdf

Fergadiotis, G., & Wright, H. H. (2011, November). Capturing lexical diversity in aphasia with confirmatory factor analysis. American Speech-Language-Hearing Association Annual Convention, San Diego, CA.

Fergadiotis, G., Wright, H. H., & Capilouto, G. J. (2011). Productive vocabulary across discourse types. Aphasiology, 25, 1261-1278. https://doi.org/10.1080/02687038.2011.606974 https://aphasia.talkbank.org/publications/2011/Fergadiotis11b.pdf

Fernandes, A. (2011). Appraisal of evaluative language in people with aphasia’s Cinderella narratives. [Master’s thesis, University of Potsdam]. https://aphasia.talkbank.org/publications/2011/Fernandes11.pdf

Fromm, D., Holland, A., Armstrong, E., Forbes, M., MacWhinney, B., Risko, A., & Mattison, N. (2011). "Better but no cigar": Persons with aphasia speak about their speech. Aphasiology, 25, 1431-1447. https://doi.org/10.1080/02687038.2011.608839 https://aphasia.talkbank.org/publications/2011/Fromm11.pdf

Goutsos, D., Potagas, C., Kasselimis, D., Varkanitsa, M., & Evdokimidis, I. (2011). The Corpus of Greek aphasic speech: design and compilation. . https://aphasia.talkbank.org/publications/2011/Goutsos11.pdf

MacWhinney, B., Fromm, D., Forbes, M., & Holland, A. (2011). AphasiaBank: Methods for studying discourse. Aphasiology, 25(11), 1286-1307. https://doi.org/10.1080/02687038.2011.589893 https://aphasia.talkbank.org/publications/2011/MacWhinney11.pdf

Olness, G., & Ulatowska, H. (2011). Personal narratives in aphasia: Coherence in the context of use. Aphasiology, 25(11), 1393-1413. https://doi.org/10.1080/02687038.2011.599365 https://aphasia.talkbank.org/publications/2011/Olness11.pdf

van Egmond, M. (2011). Word finding difficulties in aphasia and their effect on Zipf’s Law. [Master’s thesis, Utrecht University]. https://aphasia.talkbank.org/publications/2011/vanEgmond11.pdf

Wright, H. H. (2011). Discourse in aphasia: An introduction to current research and future directions. Aphasiology, 25(11), 1283-1285. https://doi.org/10.1080/02687038.2011.613452 https://aphasia.talkbank.org/publications/2011/Wright11.pdf

Caglar, L. (2012). Traumatized Broca’s area: A linguistic analysis of speech in posttraumatic stress disorder. [Master’s thesis, University of Utrecht]. https://aphasia.talkbank.org/publications/2012/Caglar12.pdf

Forbes, M., Fromm, D., & MacWhinney, B. (2012, Aug). AphasiaBank: a resource for clinicians. Seminars in Speech and Language, 33(3), 217-222. https://doi.org/10.1055/s-0032-1320041 https://aphasia.talkbank.org/publications/2012/Forbes12.pdf

Fridriksson, J., Hubbard, I., Hudspeth, S. G., Holland, A., Bonilha, L., Fromm, D., & Rorden, C. (2012). Speech entrainment enables patients with Broca's aphasia to produce fluent speech. Brain, 135, 3815-3829. https://doi.org/10.1093/brain/aws301 https://aphasia.talkbank.org/publications/2012/Fridriksson12.pdf

Hird, K., Kirsner, K., Little, D., Oehmen, R., & Dunn, J. . (2012). Objective automated analysis of natural language: The Fluency Profiling System as a measure of the efficiency of dynamic language networks. ACNS-2012 Australasian Cognitive Neuroscience Conference, https://aphasia.talkbank.org/publications/2012/Hird12.pdf

Hussman, K., Grande, M., Meffert, E., Christoph, S., Piefke, M., Wilmes, K., & Huber, W. . (2012). Computer-assisted analysis of spontaneous speech: Quantification of basic parameters in aphasic and unimpaired language. Clinical Linguistics and Phonetics, 26(8), 661-680. https://doi.org/10.3109/02699206.2012.683672 https://aphasia.talkbank.org/publications/2012/Hussman12.pdf

Johansson, B. (2012). The influence of educational level and occupational status on the spoken language production of persons with agrammatic aphasia. [Master’s thesis, Gothenburg University]. Gothenburg, Sweden. https://aphasia.talkbank.org/publications/2012/Johansson12.pdf

MacWhinney, B., Fromm, D., Forbes, M., & Holland, A. (2012). Comprehensive statistical analysis of aphasia type. Academy of Aphasia, Montréal. https://aphasia.talkbank.org/publications/2012/MacWhinney12a.pdf

MacWhinney, B., Fromm, D., Holland, A., & Forbes, M. (2012). AphasiaBank: Data and methods. In N. Müller & M. Ball (Eds.), Research Methods in Clinical Linguistics and Phonetics (pp. 268-287). Wiley. https://aphasia.talkbank.org/publications/2012/MacWhinney12b.pdf

Messamer, P., Ramsberger, G., & Hardin, K. (2012). Automated assessment of aphasic speech using discrete speech recognition systems. Clinical Aphasiology Conference, Lake Tahoe, CA. https://aphasia.talkbank.org/publications/2012/Messamer12.pdf

Turkstra, L. S., Quinn-Padron, M., Johnson, J. E., Workinger, M. S., & Antoniotti, N. (2012). In-person versus telehealth assessment of discourse ability in adults with traumatic brain injury. Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation. https://doi.org/10.1097/HTR.0b013e31823346fc https://aphasia.talkbank.org/publications/2012/Turkstra12.pdf

Varkanitsa, M. (2012). Quantitative and error analysis of connected speech: Evidence from Greek-speaking patients with aphasia and normal speakers. In G. Fragaki, T. Georgakopoulos, & C. Themistocleous (Eds.), Current Trends in Greek Linguistics. Cambridge Scholars Publishing.

Wills, C. L., Capilouto, G. J., & Harris Wright, H. (2012). Attention and off-topic speech in the recounts of middle-age and elderly adults: a pilot investigation. Contemporary Issues in Communication Science and Disorders, 39(Fall), 105-113. https://doi.org/10.1044/cicsd_39_F_105 https://aphasia.talkbank.org/publications/2012/Wills12.pdf

Wright, H. H., & Capilouto, G. J. (2012). Considering a multi-level approach to understanding maintenance of global coherence in adults with aphasia. Aphasiology, 26(5), 656-672. https://doi.org/10.1080/02687038.2012.676855 https://aphasia.talkbank.org/publications/2012/Wright12.pdf

Ang, W. L. (2013). Processing of classifiers and aspect markers for fluent and non-fluent aphasic Cantonese speakers. [Bachelor’s thesis, University of Hong Kong]. https://aphasia.talkbank.org/publications/2013/Ang13.pdf

Attard, M. C., Rose, M. L., & Lanyon, L. (2013). The comparative effects of Multi-Modality Aphasia Therapy and Constraint-Induced Aphasia Therapy-Plus for severe chronic Broca's aphasia: An in-depth pilot study. Aphasiology, 27(1), 80-111. https://doi.org/10.1080/02687038.2012.725242 https://aphasia.talkbank.org/publications/2013/Attard13.pdf

Dillow, E. P. (2013). Narrative discourse in aphasia: Main concept and core lexicon analyses of the Cinderella story. [Master’s thesis, University of South Carolina]. https://aphasia.talkbank.org/publications/2013/Dillow13.pdf

Fergadiotis, G., Wright, H., & West, T. M. (2013). Measuring lexical diversity in narrative discourse of people with aphasia. American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology, 22, 397-408. https://doi.org/10.1044/1058-0360(2013/12-0083 https://aphasia.talkbank.org/publications/2013/Fergadiotis13.pdf

Fromm, D., Forbes, M., Holland, A., & MacWhinney, B. (2013). PWAs and PBJs: Language for describing a simple procedure. Clinical Aphasiology Conference, Tucson, AZ. https://aphasia.talkbank.org/publications/2013/Fromm13.pdf

Kong, A., Law, S. P., Wat, W., & Lai, C. (2013). Employment of gestures in spontaneous verbal discourse by speakers with aphasia. Academy of Aphasia, https://aphasia.talkbank.org/publications/2013/Kong13.pdf

Law, S., Kong, A., Lai, L, & Lai, C. (2013). Production of nouns and verbs in picture naming and narrative tasks by Chinese speakers with aphasia. Academy of Aphasia, https://aphasia.talkbank.org/publications/2013/Law13.pdf

Lee, T., Kong, A., Chan, V., & Wang, H. (2013). Analysis of auto-aligned and auto-segmented oral discourse by speakers with aphasia: A preliminary study on the acoustic parameter of duration.Procedia - Social and Behavioral Sciences Academy of Aphasia, https://aphasia.talkbank.org/publications/2013/Lee13.pdf

Llinàs-Grau, M., & Martínez-Ferreiro, S. (2013). On the presence and absence of "that" in aphasia. Aphasiology, 28, 62-81. https://doi.org/10.1080/02687038.2013.828345 https://aphasia.talkbank.org/publications/2013/Llinás-Grau13.pdf

Makris, C., & Todd, T. (2013). Differentiating types of aphasia: A case study in modern data mining techniques. Social and Behavioral Sciences, https://aphasia.talkbank.org/publications/2013/Makris13.pdf

Norkus, A. (2013). Enhancing communication through successful repair: Examining fluency and mechanisms for syntactic progress in aphasic and non-aphasic speech. [Masters thesis, Michigan Technological University]. https://aphasia.talkbank.org/publications/2013/Norkus13.pdf

Renvall, K., Nickels, L., & Davidson, B. (2013). Functionally relevant items in the treatment of aphasia (part II): Further perspectives and specific tools. Aphasiology, 27(6), 651-677. https://doi.org/10.1080/02687038.2013.796507 https://aphasia.talkbank.org/publications/2013/Renvall13.pdf

Sekine, K., Rose, M. L., Foster, A. M., Attard, M. C., & Lanyon, L. E. (2013). Gesture production patterns in aphasic discourse: In-depth description and preliminary predictions. Aphasiology, 27(9), 1031-1049. https://doi.org/10.1080/02687038.2013.803017 https://aphasia.talkbank.org/publications/2013/Sekine13b.pdf

Sekine, K. R., M. (2013). The relationship of aphasia type and severity to gesture productions in people with aphasia. American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology, 22, 662-672. https://doi.org/10.1044/1058-0360(2013/12-0030) https://aphasia.talkbank.org/publications/2013/Sekine13a.pdf

Wat, W. K. C. (2013). A comparison of co-verbal gestures employment in oral discourse among normal speakers and speakers with aphasia. [Bachelor’s thesis, The University of Hong Kong]. https://aphasia.talkbank.org/publications/2013/Wat13.pdf

Andreetta, S. (2014). Features of narrative language in fluent aphasia. [Doctoral dissertation, Università degli Studi di Udine]. Udine. https://aphasia.talkbank.org/publications/2014/Andreetta14.pdf

Arbib, M. A., Bonaiuto, J. J., Bornkessel-Schlesewsky, I., Kemmerer, D., MacWhinney, B., Nielsen, F. Å., & Oztop, E. (2014). Action and language mechanisms in the brain: data, models and neuroinformatics. Neuroinformatics, 12(1), 209-225. https://doi.org/10.1007/s12021-013-9210-5 https://aphasia.talkbank.org/publications/2014/Arbib14.pdf

Basilakos, A., Fillmore, P. T., Rorden, C., Guo, D., Bonilha, L., & Fridriksson, J. (2014). Regional white matter damage predicts speech fluency in chronic post-stroke aphasia. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 8, 845-888. https://doi.org/10.3389/fnhum.2014.00845 https://aphasia.talkbank.org/publications/2014/Basilakos14.pdf

Boyle, M. (2014). Consistency of noun and verb production in narrative discourse in aphasia. International Aphasia Rehabilitations Conference, The Hague.

Boyle, M. (2014). Test–retest stability of word retrieval in aphasic discourse. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research, 57(3), 966-978. https://doi.org/10.1044/2014_JSLHR-L-13-0171 https://aphasia.talkbank.org/publications/2014/Boyle14.pdf

Fraser, K. C., Hirst, G., Meltzer, J. A., Mack, J. E., & Thompson, C. K. (2014). Using statistical parsing to detect agrammatic aphasia. Proceedings of the 2014 Workshop on Biomedical Natural Language Processing, Baltimore, MD. https://aphasia.talkbank.org/publications/2014/Fraser14.pdf

Hancock, A. B., Stutts, H. W., & Bass, A. (2014). Perceptions of gender and femininity based on language: Implications for transgender communication therapy. Language and Speech. https://doi.org/10.1177/0023830914549084 https://aphasia.talkbank.org/publications/2014/Hancock14.pdf

Hilger, A., Ramsberger, G., Gilley, P., Menn, L., & Kong, A. (2014). Analysing speech problems in a longitudinal case study of logopenic variant PPA. Aphasiology, 28(7), 840-861. https://doi.org/10.1080/02687038.2014.895974 https://aphasia.talkbank.org/publications/2014/Hilger14.pdf

Lee, T., Kong, A., & Wang, H. (2014). Duration of content and function words in oral discourse by speakers with fluent aphasia: Preliminary data. Academy of Aphasia, Miami, FL.

MacWhinney, B. (2014). Challenges facing COS development for aphasia. Aphasiology, 28(11), 1393-1395. https://doi.org/10.1080/02687038.2014.930263 https://aphasia.talkbank.org/publications/2014/MacWhinney14.pdf

Masa Formoso, M. (2014). Agrammatic aphasia in English-speaking patients: a study on verb inflection and verb related forms. [Final Year Project, Universidade de Santiago de Compostela]. https://aphasia.talkbank.org/publications/2014/MasaFormoso14.pdf

Neophytou, K., Van Egmond, M., & Avrutin, S. (2014). Word frequency distributions in aphasic speech across languages. Olomouc Linguistics Colloquium, Olomouc, Czech Republic.

Shum, W. W. (2014). Measuring the coherence of normal and aphasic discourse production in Chinese using rhetorical structure theory (RST). [Bachelor’s thesis, The University of Hong Kong]. https://aphasia.talkbank.org/publications/2014/Shum14.pdf

Stapleton, C., Mott, M. D., Whiteside, J., Vick, J., & Davies, J. (2014, November 7). Transforming lives through story immersion. 2nd ACM International Workshop on Immersive Media Experiences, Orlando, FL. https://aphasia.talkbank.org/publications/2014/Stapleton14.pdf

Szabo, G., Fromm, D., Heimlich, T., & Holland, A. (2014). Script training and its application to everyday life in an aphasia center. Clinical Aphasiology Conference, St. Simons Island, GA.

Vanhatapio, J. (2014). Narratives and reported speech produced by speakers with nonfluent aphasia. [Master’s thesis, University of Oulu]. https://aphasia.talkbank.org/publications/2014/Vanhatapio14.doc

Wallace, S. J., Worrall, L., Rose, T., & Le Dorze, G. (2014). Measuring outcomes in aphasia research: A review of current practice and an agenda for standardisation. Aphasiology, 28(11), 1364-1384. https://doi.org/10.1080/02687038.2014.930262 https://aphasia.talkbank.org/publications/2014/Wallace14.pdf

Ward, K. (2014). Cultural language variations: An examination of Appalachian discourse. [Master’s thesis, Marshall University]. Huntington, WV. https://aphasia.talkbank.org/publications/2014/Ward14.pdf

Babatsouli, E. (2015). Technologies for the study of speech: Review and an application. Themes in Science and Technology Education, 8(1), 17-32. https://aphasia.talkbank.org/publications/2015/Babatsouli15.pdf

Boyle, M. (2015). Stability of word-retrieval errors with the AphasiaBank stimuli. American Journal of Speech Language Pathology, 24(4), 953-960. https://doi.org/10.1044/2015_AJSLP-14-0152 https://aphasia.talkbank.org/publications/2015/Boyle15.pdf

Cohen, A. B. (2015). Training and application of correct information unit analysis to structured and unstructured discourse. [Master’s thesis, Portland State University]. https://aphasia.talkbank.org/publications/2015/Cohen15.pdf

Covington, N., & Duff, M. (2015). Impact of discourse elicitation procedures on use of reported speech. Clinical Aphasiology Conference, Monterey, CA.

Dalton, S. G., & Richardson, J. D. (2015). Core-lexicon and main-concept production during picture sequence description in non-brain-damaged adults and adults with aphasia. American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology, 24, 923-938. https://doi.org/10.1044/2015_AJSLP-14-0161 https://aphasia.talkbank.org/publications/2015/Dalton15.pdf

de Beer, C., Carragher, M., van Nispen, K., de Ruiter, J., Hogrefe, K., & Rose, M. (2015). Which gesture types make a difference? Interpretation of semantic content communicated by PWA via different gesture types Gesture and Speech in Interaction (GESPIN), Nantes, France. https://aphasia.talkbank.org/publications/2015/deBeer15.pdf

DiLallo, J. (2015). Corpus-based transitivity biases in people with aphasia. University of Arizona]. https://aphasia.talkbank.org/publications/2015/DiLallo15.pdf

Fridriksson, J., Fillmore, P., Guo, D., & Rorden, C. (2015). Chronic Broca's aphasia is caused by damage to Broca's and Wernicke's areas. Cerebral Cortex, 25(12), 4689-4696. https://doi.org/10.1093/cercor/bhu152 https://aphasia.talkbank.org/publications/2015/Fridriksson15.pdf

Gyorfi, A., & Rebek-Nagy, G. . (2015). Aphasia and interdisciplinarity. 6th World conference on Psychology Counseling and Guidance, https://aphasia.talkbank.org/publications/2015/Gyorfi15.pdf

Hinckley, J. J. (2015). Telling the story of stroke when it's hard to talk. Topics in Language Disorders, 35(3), 258-266. https://doi.org/10.1097/TLD.0000000000000066 https://aphasia.talkbank.org/publications/2015/Hinckley15.pdf

Isaki, E., & Farrell, C. F. (2015). Provision of speech-language pathology telepractice services using apple iPads. Telemedicine and e-Health, 21(7), 538-549. https://doi.org/10.1089/tmj.2014.0153 https://aphasia.talkbank.org/publications/2015/Isaki15.pdf

Kong, A., Law, S., Wat, W., & Lai, C. (2015). Co-verbal gestures among speakers with aphasia: Influence of aphasia severity, linguistic and semantic skills, and hemiplegia on gesture employment in oral discourse. Journal of Communication Disorders, 56, 88-102. https://doi.org/10.1016/j.jcomdis.2015.06.007 https://aphasia.talkbank.org/publications/2015/Kong15b.pdf

Kong A., L., S. & Chak, G. (2015, October). An investigation of the use of co-verbal gestures in oral discourse among Chinese speakers with fluent versus non-fluent aphasia and healthy adults Academy of Aphasia, Tucson, AZ. https://aphasia.talkbank.org/publications/2015/Kong15c.pdf

Kong, A. P.-H., Law, S.-P., Kwan, C. C.-Y., Lai, C., & Lam, V. (2015). A coding system with independent annotations of gesture forms and functions during verbal communication: Development of a database of speech and gesture (DoSaGE). Journal of Nonverbal Behavior, 39(1), 93-111. https://doi.org/10.1007/s10919-014-0200-6 https://aphasia.talkbank.org/publications/2015/Kong15a.pdf

Koster, A. (2015). Het gebruik van preposities en lidwoorden door Engels sprekende niet-vloeiende afasiepatiënten. [Master’s thesis, University of Utrecht]. https://aphasia.talkbank.org/publications/2015/Koster15.docx

Lai, C.-t. (2015). A quantitative study of information structure and right dislocation in Cantonese spoken discourse. [Master’s thesis, The University of Hong Kong]. https://aphasia.talkbank.org/publications/2015/Lai15.pdf

Law, S. P., Kong, A., Lai, L., & Lai, C. (2015). Effects of context and word class on lexical retrieval in Cinese speakers with anomic aphasia. Aphasiology, 29, 81-100. https://doi.org/10.1080/02687038.2014.951598 https://aphasia.talkbank.org/publications/2015/Law15.pdf

Lee, S. E., Sung, J. E., Kim, W. J., & Mo, K. O. (2015, October). Language-specific effects on story and procedural narrative tasks between Korean-speaking and English-speaking individuals with aphasia. Academy of Aphasia, Tucson, AZ. https://aphasia.talkbank.org/publications/2015/LeeS15.pdf

Lee, T., Lam, W. K., Kong, A. P. H., & Law, S. P. (2015, October). Analysis of intonation patterns in Cantonese aphasia speech. Oriental COCOSDA held jointly with 2015 Conference on Asian Spoken Language Research and Evaluation 2015 International Conference, https://aphasia.talkbank.org/publications/2015/LeeT15a.pdf

Lee T., K., A., & Lam, W. (2015, October). Measuring prosodic deficits in oral discourse by speakers with fluent aphasia. Academy of Aphasia, Tucson, AZ. https://aphasia.talkbank.org/publications/2015/LeeT15b.pdf

Linnik, A., Bastiaanse, R., & Höhle, B. (2015). Discourse production in aphasia: A current review of theoretical and methodological challenges. Aphasiology, 30(7), 765-800. https://doi.org/10.1080/02687038.2015.1113489 https://aphasia.talkbank.org/publications/2015/Linnik15.pdf

Rose, M. L., Mok, Z., Carragher, M., Katthagen, S., & Attard, M. . (2015). Comparing multi-modality and constraint-induced treatment for aphasia: a preliminary investigation of generalisation to discourse. Aphasiology, 30(6), 678-698. https://doi.org/10.1080/02687038.2015.1100706 https://aphasia.talkbank.org/publications/2016/Rose16.pdf

Sahraoui, H., Mauclair, J., Baqué, L., & Nespoulous, J.-L. (2015, October). What do pause patterns in non-fluent aphasia tell us about monitoring speech? A study of morph-syntactic complexity, accuracy and fluency in agrammatic sentence and connected discourse production. Academy of Aphasia, Tucson, AZ. https://aphasia.talkbank.org/publications/2015/Sahraoui15.pdf

Silveira, G., & Mansur, L. L. (2015). Analysis of prototypical narratives produced by aphasic individuals and cognitively healthy subjects. Dementia & Neuropsychologia, 9(3), 279-284. https://doi.org/10.1590/1980-57642015DN93000011 https://aphasia.talkbank.org/publications/2015/Silveira15.pdf

Thorne, J. (2015). Verb production in aphasia: Testing the division of labor between syntax and semantics. [Master’s thesis, University of Maryland]. https://aphasia.talkbank.org/publications/2015/Thorne15a.pdf

Thorne, J., & Faroqi-Shah, Y. (2015, October). Testing the division of labor hypothesis of aphasic verb production using big data. Academy of Aphasia, Tucson, AZ. https://aphasia.talkbank.org/publications/2015/Thorne15b.pdf

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Gaëlle, F. (2018, June). Gestes et prosodie dans la parole aphasique non fluente. XXXIIe Journées d’Études sur la Parole, Aix-en-Provence, France. https://aphasia.talkbank.org/publications/2018/Gaelle18.pdf

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