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Adamovich, Brenda L.B. and Hutchinson, Thomas A. (1994) Differential Performance of Traumatic Brain Injury Subjects and Non-Brain-Injured Peers on Cognitive Tasks. [Clinical Aphasiology Paper]


Beeson, Pelagie M. and Rapcsak, Steven Z. and Rubens, Alan B. and Bayles, Kathryn A. (1994) Verbal Learning with the Right Hemisphere. [Clinical Aphasiology Paper]

Belanger, Steven A. and Duffy, Robert J. and Coelho, Carl A. (1994) An Investigation of Limb Apraxia Regarding the Validity of Current Assessment Procedures. [Clinical Aphasiology Paper]

Brookshire, Robert H. and Nicholas, Linda E. (1994) Test-Retest Stability of Measures of Connected Speech in Aphasia. [Clinical Aphasiology Paper]

Byng, Sally (1994) A Theory of the Deficit: A Prerequisite for a Theory of Therapy? [Clinical Aphasiology Paper]


Coelho, Carl A and Liles, Betty Z. and Duffy, Robert J. and Clarkson, Janine V. and Elia, Deanne (1994) Longitudinal Assessment of Narrative Discourse in a Mildly Aphasic Adult. [Clinical Aphasiology Paper]


Doyle, Patrick J. and Thompson, Cynthia K. and Oleyar, Karen and Wambaugh, Julie and Jackson, Amy (1994) The Effects of Setting Variables on Conversational Discourse in Normal and Aphasic Adults. [Clinical Aphasiology Paper]

Duffy, Robert J. and Watt, James H. and Duffy, Joseph R. (1994) The Construct Validity of the Limb Apraxia Test (LAT): Implications for the Distiction Between Types of Limb Apraxia. [Clinical Aphasiology Paper]


Golper, Lee Ann C. (1994) Model-Driven Treatment: Promises and Problems. [Clinical Aphasiology Paper]


Hageman, Carlin F. and Robin, Donald A. and Moon, Jerald B. and Folkins, John W. (1994) Oral Motor Tracking in Normal and Apraxic Speakers. [Clinical Aphasiology Paper]

Holland, Audrey L. (1994) Cognitive Neuropsychological Theory and Treatment for Aphasia: Exploring the Strengths and Limitations. [Clinical Aphasiology Paper]

Horner, Jennifer and Eller, Mary Ann and Dawson, Deborah V. and Buoyer, Frances G. (1994) Duke Prognosis Profile Worksheet: Inter- and Intraobserver Reliability. [Clinical Aphasiology Paper]

Hough, Monica Strauss and Pabst, Mary Jon and DeMarco, Salvatore (1994) Categorization Skills in Right Hemisphere Brain Damage for Common and Goal-Derived Categories. [Clinical Aphasiology Paper]


Joanette, Yves and Goulet, Pierre (1994) Right Hemisphere and Verbal Communication: Conceptual, Methodological, and Clinical Issues. [Clinical Aphasiology Paper]


Kennedy, Mary R.T. and Strand, Edythe A. and Burton, Wendy and Peterson, Connie (1994) Analysis of First-Encounter Conversations of Right-Hemisphere-Damaged Adults. [Clinical Aphasiology Paper]


Marshall, Robert C. and Freed, Donald B. and Phillips, David S. (1994) Labeling of Novel Stimuli by Aphasic Subjects: Effects of Phonologic and Self-Cueing Procedures. [Clinical Aphasiology Paper]

Massaro, Maryellen and Tompkins, Connie A. (1994) Feature Analysis for Treatment of Communication Disorders in Traumatically Brain-Injured Patients: An Efficacy Study. [Clinical Aphasiology Paper]

McNeil, Malcolm R. and Hashi, Michiko and Southwood, Helen (1994) Acoustically Derived Perceptual Evidence for Coarticulatory Errors in Apraxic and Conduction Aphasic Speech Production. [Clinical Aphasiology Paper]

Myers, Penelope S. and Brookshire, Robert H. (1994) The Effects of Visual and Inferential Complexity on the Picture Descriptions of Non-Brain-Damaged and Right-Hemisphere-Damaged Adults. [Clinical Aphasiology Paper]


Peach, Richard K. and Rubin, Scott S. and Newhoff, Marilyn (1994) A Topographic Event-Related Potential Analysis of the Attention Deficit for Auditory Processing in Aphasia. [Clinical Aphasiology Paper]

Purdy, Mary H. and Duffy, Robert J. and Coelho, Carl A. (1994) An Investigation of the Communicative Use of Trained Symbols Following Multimodality Training. [Clinical Aphasiology Paper]


Robin, Donald A. and McNeil, Malcolm R. (1994) The Use of Signal Detection Theory to Evaluate Aphasia Diagnostic Accuracy and Clinician Bias (Erratum). [Clinical Aphasiology Paper]


Selinger, Marilyn and Prescott, Thomas E. (1994) Preliminary Investigations Into the Effects of Changing the Attentional Target on Left Hemisphere Function in Aphasic Patients. [Clinical Aphasiology Paper]

Shapiro, Lewis P. and Thompson, Cynthia K. (1994) The Use of Linguistic Theory as a Framework for Treatment Studies in Aphasia. [Clinical Aphasiology Paper]


Thompson, Cynthia K. and Shapiro, Lewis P. (1994) A Linguistic-Specific Approach to Treatment of Sentence Production Deficits in Aphasia. [Clinical Aphasiology Paper]

Tompkins, Connie A. and Spencer, Kristie A. and Boada, Richard (1994) Contextual Influences on Judgements of Emotionally Ambiguous Stimuli by Brain-Damaged and Normally Aging Adults. [Clinical Aphasiology Paper]


Wambaugh, Julie L. and Doyle, Patrick J. (1994) Treatment for Acquired Apraxia of Speech: A Review of Efficacy Reports. [Clinical Aphasiology Paper]

Wertz, Robert T. and Dronkers, Nina F. (1994) PICA Performance Following Left or Right Hemisphere Brain Damage: Influence of Side and Severity. [Clinical Aphasiology Paper]

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