The relationship of aphasia type and gesture production in people with aphasia.

@article{Sekine2013TheRO,
  title={The relationship of aphasia type and gesture production in people with aphasia.},
  author={Kazuki Sekine and Miranda L Rose},
  journal={American journal of speech-language pathology},
  year={2013},
  volume={22 4},
  pages={662-72}
}
PURPOSE For many individuals with aphasia, gestures form a vital component of message transfer and are the target of speech-language pathology intervention. What remains unclear are the participant variables that predict successful outcomes from gesture treatments. The authors examined the gesture production of a large number of individuals with aphasia-in a consistent discourse sampling condition and with a detailed gesture coding system-to determine patterns of gesture production associated… CONTINUE READING

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The authors analyzed story retell samples from AphasiaBank ( TalkBank , n.d . ) , gathered from 98 individuals with aphasia resulting from stroke and 64 typical controls .
The authors analyzed story retell samples from AphasiaBank ( TalkBank , n.d . ) , gathered from 98 individuals with aphasia resulting from stroke and 64 typical controls .
The authors analyzed story retell samples from AphasiaBank ( TalkBank , n.d . ) , gathered from 98 individuals with aphasia resulting from stroke and 64 typical controls .
The authors analyzed story retell samples from AphasiaBank ( TalkBank , n.d . ) , gathered from 98 individuals with aphasia resulting from stroke and 64 typical controls .
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