Miranda Rose

Leslie J Gonzalez Rothi2
Leanne Togher2
Lyndsey Nickels2
Lyn Turkstra1
2Leslie J Gonzalez Rothi
2Leanne Togher
2Lyndsey Nickels
1Lyn Turkstra
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PURPOSE In this article, the authors encapsulate discussions of the Language Work Group that took place as part of the Workshop in Plasticity/NeuroRehabilitation Research at the University of Florida in April 2005. METHOD In this narrative review, they define neuroplasticity and review studies that demonstrate neural changes associated with aphasia(More)
  • Robyn L. Tate, Michael Perdices, Ulrike Rosenkoetter, William Shadish, Sunita Vohra, David H. Barlow +20 others
  • 2016
UNLABELLED We developed a reporting guideline to provide authors with guidance about what should be reported when writing a paper for publication in a scientific journal using a particular type of research design: the single-case experimental design. This report describes the methods used to develop the Single-Case Reporting guideline In BEhavioural(More)
  • Emma Power, Emma Thomas, Linda Worrall, Miranda Rose, Leanne Togher, Lyndsey Nickels +6 others
  • 2015
OBJECTIVES To develop and validate a national set of best practice statements for use in post-stroke aphasia rehabilitation. DESIGN Literature review and statement validation using the RAND/UCLA Appropriateness Method (RAM). PARTICIPANTS A national Community of Practice of over 250 speech pathologists, researchers, consumers and policymakers developed a(More)
The purpose of this study was to create a "behavioral treatment engine" for future use in research on physiological adjuvants in aphasia rehabilitation. We chose the behavioral target anomia, which is a feature displayed by many persons who have aphasia. Further, we wished to saturate the treatment approach with many strategies and cues that have been(More)
PURPOSE To examine the effects of an intensive Smooth Speech therapy technique on the speech production of an individual with ataxic dysarthria and on the individual's level of functioning on the domains of the International Classification of Functioning, Disability and Health (ICF). METHOD This study utilized a single-subject experimental design. One(More)
The importance of early identification of at-risk readers has received attention in recent literature. This paper reviews evidence for oral language components, shown to have predictive capacity to identify at-risk readers at an early age. Both phonological and non-phonological components of oral language difficulties are linked to poor reading outcomes in(More)
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