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Using semantic feature analysis to improve contextual discourse in adults with aphasia.
PURPOSE Semantic feature analysis (SFA) was used to determine whether training contextually related words would improve the discourse of individuals with nonfluent aphasia in preselected contexts. Expand
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Self-monitoring behavior in a case of severe auditory agnosia with aphasia
This case report describes an unusual combination of speech and language deficits secondary to bilateral infarctions in a 62-year-old woman. The patient was administered an extensive series ofExpand
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Problem-Focused Group Treatment for Clients With Mild Aphasia
This report describes a problem-focused group treatment approach for treatment of persons with mild aphasia. The program aids its clients in compensating for and adjusting to day-to-day cognitive/c...
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A clinical measure for the assessment of problem solving in brain-injured adults.
Rapid Assessment of Problem Solving (RAPS) is a clinical test of verbal problem-solving skills for brain-injured persons. This modification of F. A. Mosher and J. R. Hornsby's (1966) Twenty QuestionsExpand
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Problem-solving by traumatically brain injured and neurologically intact subjects on an adaptation of the twenty questions test
Primary objective : RAPS (Rapid Assessment of Problem-Solving) is a clinical measure for assessing verbal problem-solving in hard-to-test patients or those that may not be able to tolerate a longer,Expand
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Effects of interactive strategy modelling training on problem‐solving by persons with traumatic brain injury
Background: Problem‐solving skills may be affected by traumatic brain injury (TBI). Because the ability to solve problems is integral to the social, educational, and vocational reintegration ofExpand
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Aphasic adults and their decisions on driving: an evaluation.
This study evaluated the propriety of decisions by aphasic adults to avoid or to return to driving following a cerebrovascular accident. A comparison was made of a rehabilitation team's assessmentsExpand
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Effects of facilitation and cueing on labelling of «novel» stimuli by aphasic subjects
Abstract Facilitation and cueing are integral to the stimulation approaches to aphasia rehabilitation, but the degree to which these techniques affect untrained responses is rarely documented. ThisExpand
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Affective processing in left and right hemisphere brain-damaged subjects with and without subcortical involvement
Affective processing ability was examined in right and left hemisphere brain-damaged subjects with cortical lesions that were grouped according to the presence or absence of concomitant subcorticalExpand
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