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CATs Publications

  1. Rofes A, de Aguiar V, & Miceli G (in press). A minimal standardization setting for language mapping tests: An Italian example. Neurological Sciences, doi:10.1007/s10072-015-2192-3.
  2. MacGregor LJ, DiFrancesco S, Pulvermüller F, Shtyrov Y, & Mohr B. Ultra-rapid access to words in chronic aphasia: The effects of intensive language action therapy (ILAT). Brain Topography.
  3. Mohr B, DiFrancesco S, Evans S, Harrington K, & Pulvermüller F. Changes of right-hemispheric activation after constraint-induced, intensive language action therapy in chronic aphasia: fMRI evidence from auditory semantic processing. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience.
  4. Brady MC, Ali M, Fyndanis C, KambanarosM, Grohmann KK, Laska A-C, Hernández-Sacristán C, and Varlokosta S,Time for a step change? Improving the efficiency, relevance, reliability, validity and transparency of aphasia rehabilitation research through core outcome measures, a common data set and improved reporting criteria. Aphasiology 2014 DOI:10.1080/02687038.2014.930261 http://www.tandfonline.com/doi/full/10.1080/02687038.2014.930261#.U-ig8pxwUx
  5. Hernández-Sacristán, C. & Rosell-Clari, V. Exploring metalinguistic profiles in people with aphasia. Some therapeutic implications of the MetAphAs protocol, Procedia- Social and Behavioral Sciences. 2013; 94:236-23
  6. Matos, A., Jesus L, and Cruice M, Consequences of stroke and aphasia according to the ICF domains: Views of Portuguese people with aphasia, family members and professionals. Aphasiology. doi: 10.1080/02687038.2014.906561
  7. Rofes A, de Aguiar V, & Miceli G. A minimal standardization setting for language mapping tests: An Italian example. Neurological Sciences, doi:10.1007/s10072-015-2192-3.
  8. Moseley RL, Shtyrov Y, Mohr B, Lombardo MV, Baron-Cohen S, & Pulvermüller F. Lost for emotion words: What motor and limbic brain activity reveals about autism and semantic theory. Neuroimage.
  9. Aguiar, V., Bastiaanse, R., Capasso, R., Gandolfi, M., Smania, N., Rossi, G., & Miceli, G. (2015). Can tDCS enhance item-specific effects and generalization after linguistically motivated aphasia therapy for verbs? Frontiers in Behavioral Neuroscience, 9, 190. doi: 10.3389/fnbeh.2015.00190
  10. Cruice M, Isaksen J, Randrup-Jensen L, Viberg ME and Kate OT , Practitioners’ perspectives on quality of life in aphasia rehabilitation in Denmark, Folia Phoniatrica et Logopaedica, 2015
  11. Grohmann K, Kambanaros M, Hinzen Wolfram, Vitor Zimmere, Felicity Deamer) Grammatical Class Effects across Impaired Child and Adult Populations. Frontiers (Frontiers in Psychology: Language and thought across pathologies special edition)
  12. Rofes, A., Zakariás, L., Ceder, K., Lind, M., Bloom Johansson, M., Bjekić, J., Fyndanis, V., Gavarró, A., Simonsen, H. G., Hernández-Sacristán, C., Kuvač Kraljević, J., Martínez-Ferreiro, S., Mavis, I., Méndez Orellana, C., Meteyard, L., Salmons, I., Sör, I., Tunçer, M., Vuksanovic, J., Varlokosta, S., & Howard, D. Word imageability from a cross-linguistic perspective. Stem-, Spraak- en Taalpathologie, 21, 158-161.
  13. Grima, R. & Franklin, S. (2016). A Maltese adaptation of the Boston Naming Test: A shortened version.  Clinical Linguistics and Phonetics, 17, 1-17
  14. Grima, R. & Franklin, S. (2016). Usefulness of investigating error profiles in diagnosis of naming impairments. International Journal of Language and Communication Disorders. [Epub ahead of print; online version published 28 JUN 2016].
  15. Isaksen, J.K., Jensen, L.R. & Cruice, M. (2015). Danske logopæders perspektiv på og anvendelse af livskvalitet i afasirehabiliteringen. Logos, no. 73
  16. Breitenstein C, Korsukewitz C, Baumgärtner A, Flöel A, Zwitserlood P, Dobel C, Knecht S. (2015). L-dopa does not add to the success of high-intensity language training in aphasia. Restorative Neurology and Neuroscience, 33, 115-120
  17. Breitenstein, C, Grewe, T, Flöel, A, Ziegler, W, Springer, L, Martus, P, Huber, W, Willmes, K, Ringelstein, EB, Haeusler, KG, Abel, S, Glindemann, R, Domahs, F, Regenbrecht, F, Schlenck, K-J, Thomas, M, Obrig, H, de Langen, E, Rocker, R, Wigbers, F, Rühmkorf, C, Hempen, I, List, J, Baumgaertner, A, with the FCET2EC study group (in press). Intensive speech and language therapy improves everyday verbal communication in chronic post-stroke aphasia: A prospective randomised controlled healthcare trial (FCET2EC). Lancet (accepted for publication Nov 2016).
  18. Baumgaertner A, Grewe T, Ziegler W, Flöel A, Springer L, Martus P, Breitenstein C (2013). FCET2EC (From controlled experimental trial to=2 everyday communication): How effective is intensive integrative therapy for stroke-induced chronic aphasia under routine clinical conditions? A study protocol for a randomized controlled trial. TrialsSep 23; 14:308.
  19. Brady MC,Kelly H, Godwin J, Enderby P, Campbell P. Speech and language therapy for aphasia following stroke. Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews 2016, Issue 6. Art. No.: CD000425. DOI: 10.1002/14651858.CD000425.pub4.
  20. Worrall L, Brady MC, Simmons-Mackie N, Wallace S, Rose T, Murray LL, Hallowell B. Let’s call it “aphasia”: Rationales for eliminating the term “dysphasia”. International Journal of Stroke 2016 11(8)  848-851.
  21. Brady MC, Godwin J, Enderby P, Kelly H, Campbell P. Speech and language therapy for aphasia after stroke; an updated systematic review and meta-analyses. Stroke (invited) (in press)
  22. Ali M, MacIsaac R, Quinn TJ, Bath PM, Veenstra DL, Xu Y, Brady MC, Patel A, Lees KR, on behalf of the VISTA Collaborators. Dependency and health utilities in stroke: Data to inform cost-effectiveness analyses. European Journal of Stroke. (in press)
  23. Palmer R, Cooper C, Enderby P, Brady M, Julious S, Bowen A, Latimer N. Clinical and cost effectiveness of computer treatment for aphasia post stroke (Big CACTUS): study protocol for a randomised controlled trial. Trials 2015Jan 27;16:18. doi: 10.1186/s13063-014-0527-7.
  24. Jacquemot, C., Dupoux, E., L. Robotham & Bachoud-Lévi, A-C. (2012). Specificity in rehabilitation of speech production: a meta-analysis and a case study. Behavioral Neurology, 25(2): 73-101

Publications in Preparation

  1. Zivanovic M, Filipovic SR, Laska AC. Predictors of language recovery in post-stroke aphasia: a systematic review.
  2. Campbell P, Visch-Brink E, Pollock A, Brady MC. Post-stroke aphasia and peripheral hearing loss: a systematic review
  3. Zakariás L, Keresztes A, Marton K, & Wartenburger I (submitted). Positive Effects of a Computerized Working Memory and Executive Function Training on Sentence Comprehension in Aphasia. Neuropsychological Rehabilitation (submitted)
  4. Brady MC, Kelly H, Godwin J, Enderby P, Campbell P. Speech and language therapy for aphasia following stroke. Cochrane Database of Systematic Reviews [Update] (accepted subject to changes).
  5. Franklin, S., Harhen, D., Hayes, M., Mc Manus, S and Pollock, A (in preparation). Top 10 research priorities relating to long-term aphasia following stroke; what do we know and what do we need to know? Aphasiology.
  6. Franklin, S., Harhen, D., Hayes, M., Mc Manus, S and Pollock, A (in preparation). Top 10 research priorities relating to long-term aphasia following stroke International Journal of Stroke, Short Report.
  7. Fyndanis, V., Lind, M., Varlokosta, S. et al. (under review). Cross-linguistic adaptations of The Comprehensive Aphasia Test: Challenges and solutions.
  8. Rofes, A., Zakariás, L., Ceder, K., Lind, M., Bloom Johansson, M., Bjekić, J., Fyndanis, V., Gavarró, A., Simonsen, H. G., Hernández-Sacristán, C., Kuvač Kraljević, J., Martínez-Ferreiro, S., Mavis, I., Méndez Orellana, C., Meteyard, L., Salmons, I., Sör, I., Tunçer, M., Vuksanovic, J., Varlokosta, S., & Howard, D. Imageability ratings across languages.
  9. Horton S, Soskolne V, Olenik D, Isaksen J, Jagoe C, Shiggins C, Pearl G, Haaland-Johansen L, McMenamin R. Asset-based approaches to living with aphasia: case studies exploring the relevance and implications for people with aphasia and families. Aphasiology