The Aphasiology Archive
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Publication Year: 1997

Number of records: 17.

Beeson, P. M. and Holland, A. L. and Murray, L. L.
Naming famous people: An examination of tip-of-the-tongue phenomena in aphasia and Alzheimer's disease. Aphasiology, 11(4-5), 1997, pages 323-336.

Chapman, S. B. and Ulatowska, H. K. and Franklin, L. R. and Shobe, A. E. and Thompson, J. L. and McIntire, D. D.
Proverb interpretation in fluent aphasia and Alzheimer's disease: Implications beyond abstract thinking. Aphasiology, 11(4-5), 1997, pages 337-350.

Cherney, L. R. and Drimmer, D. P. and Halper, A. S.
Informational content and unilateral neglect: A longitudinal investigation of five subjects with right hemisphere damage. Aphasiology, 11(4-5), 1997, pages 351-363.

Freed, D. B. and Marshall, R. C. and Frazier, K. E.
Long-term effectiveness of PROMPT treatment in a severely apractic-aphasic speaker. Aphasiology, 11(4-5), 1997, pages 365-372.

Marshall, R. C. and Freed, D. B. and Phillips, D. S.
Communicative efficiency in severe aphasia. Aphasiology, 11(4-5), 1997, pages 373-384.

McNeil, M. R. and Doyle, P. J. and Spencer, K. A. and Goda, A. J. and Flores, D. and Small, S. L.
A double-blind, placebo-controlled study of pharmacological and behavioural treatment of lexical-semantic deficits in aphasia. Aphasiology, 11(4-5), 1997, pages 385-400.

Murray, L. L. and Holland, A. L. and Beeson, P. M.
Accuracy monitoring and task demand evaluation in aphasia. Aphasiology, 11(4-5), 1997, pages 401-414.

Odell, K. H. and Bair, S. and Flynn, M. and Workinger, M. and Osborne, D. and Chial, M.
Retrospective study of treatment outcome for individuals with aphasia. Aphasiology, 11(4-5), 1997, pages 415-432.

Rogers, Margaret A..
The vowel lengthening exaggeration effect in speakers with apraxia of speech: Compensation, artifact, or primary deficit?. Aphasiology, 11(4-5), 1997, pages 433-445.

Schmitzer, A. B. and Strauss, M. and DeMarco, S.
Contextual influences on comprehension of multiple-meaning words by right hemisphere brain-damaged and non-brain-damaged adults. Aphasiology, 11(4-5), 1997, pages 447-459.

Slansky, B. L. and McNeil, M. R.
Resource allocation in auditory processing of emphatically stressed stimuli in aphasia. Aphasiology, 11(4-5), 1997, pages 461-472.

Thompson, C. K. and Lange, K. L. and Schneider, S. L. and Shapiro, L. P.
Agrammatic and non-brain-damaged subjects' verb and verb argument structure production. Aphasiology, 11(4-5), 1997, pages 473-490.

Thompson, C. K.. and Ballard, K. J. and Tait, M. E. and Weintraub, S. and Mesulam, M.
Patterns of language decline in non-fluent primary progressive aphasia. Aphasiology, 11(4-5), 1997, pages 297-321.

Togher, L.. and Hand, L. and Code, C.
Measuring service encounters with the traumatic brain injury population. Aphasiology, 11(4-5), 1997, pages 491-504.

Tompkins, C. A. and Baumgaertner, A. and Lehman, M. T. and Fossett, T. R. D.
Suppression and discourse comprehension in right brain-damaged adults: A preliminary report. Aphasiology, 11(4-5), 1997, pages 505-519.

Wambaugh, J. L. and West, J. E. and Doyle, P. J.
A VOT analysis of apraxic/aphasic voicing errors. Aphasiology, 11(4-5), 1997, pages 521-532.

Wertz, R. T. and Auther, L. L. and Ross, K. B.
Aphasia in African-Americans and Caucasians: Severity, improvement, and rate of improvement. Aphasiology, 11(4-5), 1997, pages 533-542.

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