Training and generalization of expressive syntax in nonfluent aphasia.

@article{Loverso1992TrainingAG,
  title={Training and generalization of expressive syntax in nonfluent aphasia.},
  author={F L Loverso and J Milione},
  journal={Clinics in communication disorders},
  year={1992},
  volume={2 1},
  pages={43-53}
}
Generalization of treatment effects remains a consistent goal of clinicians who treat aphasic adults. Specifically, various types of stimulus/response generalization designs are available, depending on the level of generalization desired. We have reviewed training matrices designed to elicit gestural subject-plus-verb targets and treatment studies designed to answer more global questions regarding treatment efficacy. As Kearns (1989) so eloquently states, "clinical accountability cannot, in… CONTINUE READING