Suzanne Généreux

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Research on the neural substrate of aphasia recovery has consistently increased since the advent of functional neuroimaging. The evidence from therapy-induced aphasia recovery studies shows that better recovery results from the reactivation of left hemisphere function; still, the specific left hemisphere key areas that sign successful outcome with a(More)
Background: Aphasia challenges the functional communication abilities that people use for everyday social interaction. People with non-fluent aphasia struggle to express themselves when speaking, yet they have been shown to better pronounce words when singing familiar songs or novel songs in a choral context. Choral singing and familiar songs are at the(More)
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