Dana Jones Hubbard

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This study compared intelligibility scores obtained for sentences read by good-to-superior esophageal speakers with scores obtained for sentences read by normal speakers via three modes of presentation: visual, auditory and auditory-visual combined. Statistical analysis showed significant differences between intelligibility scores for esophageal speakers(More)
______________ This research was made possible with a grant from the Ohio Office of Criminal Justice Services. Grants number 1999-DG-G02-0068. Views expressed are those of the authors and do not necessarily reflect the views of OCJS. Acknowledgements This report would not have been possible without the cooperation and support of a number of individuals. We(More)
Ten matched pairs of normal adults and adults with aphasia participated in a short-term memory, visual recognition paradigm wherein each determined whether or not a probe digit appeared in a subset of digits previously presented. Reaction times, measured in milliseconds from onset of probe digits until completion of visual-motor responses, were analyzed as(More)
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