Examining the Efficacy of Constraint-induced Language Therapy for Individuals with Agrammatic Aphasia

@inproceedings{Virion2008ExaminingTE,
  title={Examining the Efficacy of Constraint-induced Language Therapy for Individuals with Agrammatic Aphasia},
  author={Christine Rachel Virion},
  year={2008}
}
  • Christine Rachel Virion
  • Published 2008
Title of thesis: “GO APHASIA!”: EXAMINING THE EFFICACY OF CONSTRAINT-INDUCED LANGUAGE THERAPY FOR INDIVIDUALS WITH AGRAMMATIC APHASIA Christine Rachel Virion, Master of Arts, 2008 Thesis directed by: Professor Yasmeen Faroqi-Shah Department of Hearing and Speech Sciences Recently, high intensity short-term therapy with a heavy emphasis on verbal language (called constraint induced language therapy, CILT) has gained momentum in aphasiology. However, the entire extent of its applicability and… CONTINUE READING
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