The Effect of Personalized Cueing on Long-Term Naming of Realistic Visual Stimuli
Freed, Donald B. and Marshall, Robert C.
The Effect of Personalized Cueing on Long-Term Naming of Realistic Visual Stimuli. American Journal of Speech Language Pathology, 4(4), November, 1995, pages 105-108.
Associative learning techniques have been used successfully to teach brain-damaged subjects word pair lists. They have not been used systematically to improve naming of complex visual stimuli such as might be found in aphasia therapy. This study examined the effect of an associative leaming procedure, personalized cueing, on 10 aphasic (APH) and 10 non-brain-damaged (NBD) subjects'long-term naming of 40 realistic stimuli. The resuits showed that NBD subjects had significantly higher levels of naming accuracy than APH subjects; however, APH subjects were able to recall approximately 50% of the trained stimuii on the one week and 30-day posttraining probes. The clinical applications of personalized cueing will be discussed.
|EPrint Type:||Journal (Paginated)|
|Conference:||Clinical Aphasiology Conference: Clinical Aphasiology Conference (1995 : 25th : Sunriver, OR : June 1995)|
|Publisher:||American Speech-Language-Hearing Association|
|Publication:||American Journal of Speech Language Pathology|
|Publication Location:||Rockville, Md.|
|Additional Information:||Copyright by the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association. Used with permission.|