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Effects of two cueing treatments on lexical retrieval in aphasic speakers with different levels of deficit
The effects of two cueing treatments for lexical retrieval were examined with three aphasic speakers who demonstrated different levels of lexical processing impairment (i.e., predominately semantic,Expand
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Verbal working memory and its relationship to sentence‐level reading and listening comprehension in persons with aphasia
Background: Working memory (WM) has gained recent attention as a cognitive construct that may account for language comprehension deficits in persons with aphasia (PWA) (Caspari, Parkinson, LaPointe,Expand
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The WHO-DAS II: Psychometric Properties in the Measurement of Functional Health Status in Adults With Acquired Hearing Loss
The World Health Organization's (WHO) Disability Assessment Scale II (WHO-DAS II) is a generic health-status instrument firmly grounded in the WHO's International Classification of Functioning,Expand
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Dietary obesity in the rat induces endothelial dysfunction without causing insulin resistance: a possible role for triacylglycerols.
Impaired arterial vasorelaxation, due primarily to endothelial dysfunction, is associated with obesity. To clarify the relationship with insulin resistance and other metabolic disturbances, weExpand
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The Burden of Stroke Scale (BOSS) provides valid and reliable score estimates of functioning and well-being in stroke survivors with and without communication disorders.
BACKGROUND AND OBJECTIVE This study describes the conceptual foundation and psychometric properties of the Burden of Stroke Scale (BOSS), a patient-reported health status assessment designed toExpand
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The Aphasia Communication Outcome Measure (ACOM): Dimensionality, Item Bank Calibration, and Initial Validation.
PURPOSE The purpose of this study is to investigate the structure and measurement properties of the Aphasia Communication Outcome Measure (ACOM), a patient-reported outcome measure of communicativeExpand
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Linguistic validation of four parallel forms of a story retelling procedure
This study reports the development and validation of four parallel forms of a story retelling procedure. The equivalency of forms was based on the performance of 15 adults with aphasia on 12Expand
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The Coordination of Breathing and Swallowing in Parkinson’s Disease
Multiple investigations have determined that healthy adults swallow most often during exhalation and that exhalation regularly follows the swallow, even when a swallow occurs during inhalation. WeExpand
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The WHO-DAS II: Measuring Outcomes of Hearing Aid Intervention for Adults
The World Health Organization's Disability Assessment Scale II (WHO-DAS II) is a generic health-status instrument that provides six domain scores and a total, aggregate score. Two of the domainExpand
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Comparing connected language elicitation procedures in persons with aphasia: Concurrent validation of the Story Retell Procedure
Background: The Story Retell Procedure (SRP) (Doyle et al., 1998) is a well‐described method for eliciting connected language samples in persons with aphasia (PWA). However, the stimuli and taskExpand
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