Innovations in language profiling
As empirical research yields new methods, we are interested in their potential to innovate clinical practice.
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Varley, R., Cowell, P.E., Dyson, L., Inglis, L., Roper, A., Whiteside, S.P. (2016). Self-Administered Computer Therapy for Apraxia of Speech: Two-Period Randomized Control Trial with Crossover. Stroke, 47 (3), 822-828.
Zimmerer, V., Wibrow, M., Varley, R. (2016). Formulaic language in people with probable Alzheimer's Disease: a frequency-based approach. Journal of Alzheimer's Disease, 53, 1145-1160.
Zimmerer, V.C., Varley, R.A. (2015). A case of “order insensitivity”? Natural and artificial language processing in a man with primary progressive aphasia.. Cortex, 69, 212-219.
Zimmerer, V.C., Dabrowska, E., Romanowski, C.A.J., Blank, C., Varley, R.A. (2014). Preservation of passive constructions in a patient with primary progressive aphasia. Cortex, 50 (1), 7-18.
Zimmerer, V.C., Cowell, P.E., Varley, R.A. (2013). Artificial grammar learning in individuals with severe aphasia. Neuropsychologia, 53, 25-38.
Whiteside, S.P., Inglis, A.L., Dyson, L., Roper, A., Harbottle, A., Ryder, J., ...Varley, R.A. (2012). Error reduction therapy in reducing struggle and grope behaviours in apraxia of speech. Neuropsychological Rehabilitation, 22 (2), 267-294.