34th Clinical Aphasiology Conference
Taylor & Francis, 2005 - Medical - 208 pages
This special issue of Aphasiology represents the papers accepted for publication which were among those presented at the 34th Clinical Aphasiology Conference, held in Park City Utah in 2004. They have been peer-reviewed and selected by a distinguished group of ad-hoc editorial consultants from among the considerably larger number of papers and posters presented at the meeting itself.
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The neglected role of the right hemisphere in spatial representation of words
Cortical activation and language task difficulty in aphasia
A social validation study
Development and reliability of a quantitative measure of adults narratives
Direct attention training as a treatment for reading impairment in mild aphasia
Discourse characteristics of closedheadinjured and nonbraininjured adults
Is repetition priming a useful strategy?
Concurrent treatment for reading and spelling in aphasia