First published in 2012. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company.
Table of Contents
Discourse in aphasia: An introduction to current research and future directions /Heather Harris Wright -- AphasiaBank: Methods for studying discourse /Brian MacWhinney; Davida Fromm, Margaret Forbes, and Audrey Holland -- Discourse treatment for word retrieval impairment in aphasia: The story so far /Mary Boyle -- A comparison of drill- and communication-based treatment for aphasia /Daniel Kempler and Mira Goral -- Monologues and dialogues in aphasia: Some initial comparisons /Elizabeth Armstrong, Natalie Ciccone, Erin Godecke, and Betty Kok -- A multi-level approach to the analysis of narrative language in aphasia / Andrea Marini, Sara Andreetta, Silvana del Tin, and Sergio Carlomagno -- Personal narratives in aphasia: Coherence in the context of use /Gloria Streit Olness and Hanna K. Ulatowska -- Lexical diversity for adults with and without aphasia across discourse elicitation tasks /Gerasimos Fergadiotis and Heather Harris Wright -- “Better but no cigar”: Persons with aphasia speak about their speech /Davida Fromm, Audrey Holland, Elizabeth Armstrong, Margaret Forbes, Brian MacWhinney, Amy Risko, and Nicole Mattison.
Heather Harris Wright, Arizona State University, USA