29th Clinical Aphasiology Conference

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Psychology Press, 2000 - Medical - 232 pages
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Papers in this volume were drawn from presentations at the 29th Annual Clinical Aphasiology Conference in Key West, Florida, USA, in June, 1999. A Wide range of topics is included in the issue including a series of papers that address qualitative research methods in aphasia. The broad range of clinical issues published in this special edition include investigations of individuals with aphasia, right brain damage, traumatic brain injury, and apraxia of speech. The contents of the journal will be of interest to experienced researchers and clinicians as well as students in training.
 

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Contents

EDITOR
451
A new method for localizing regions of brain
471
An analysis
485
Visuomotor tracking
501
The association of elaborative or maintenance rehearsal with age reading
515
Linguistic validation of four parallel forms of a story retelling procedure
537
Interactive use of lexical
551
Examining the facilitative effects of rhyme in a patient with output lexicon damage
567
CHRIS CODE
680

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KEVIN P. KEARNS is associate professor and director of the Master of Public Administration program at the Graduate School of Public and International Affairs (GSPIA), University of Pittsburgh. He is also the author of Managing for Accountability: Preserving the Public Trust in Public and Nonprofit Organizations (Jossey-Bass, 1996).