The efficacy of gestural cueing in dysphasic word-retrieval responses.

@article{Drummond1981TheEO,
  title={The efficacy of gestural cueing in dysphasic word-retrieval responses.},
  author={Sakina S. Drummond and G J Rentschler},
  journal={Journal of communication disorders},
  year={1981},
  volume={14 4},
  pages={287-98}
}
The effectiveness of visual--gestural cueing as compared with traditional auditory--verbal cueing was investigated using a time-series design. Eight dysphasic adults equally divided into a control and an experimental group were the subjects for this study. Results indicated no significant improvement in response times after an intensive 2-wk treatment period. Similarly, no single cue was observed to be more effective than others in eliciting dysphasic word-retrieval responses. In contrast… CONTINUE READING

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