A Tribute to the Quintessential Researcher, Clinician, and Mentor: Audrey Holland A Special Issue of Aphasiology
Discourse in Aphasia
The Syllable and Beyond: New Evidence From Disordered Speech A Special Issue of Aphasiology
June 23, 2010
The purpose of this special issue of Aphasiology is to honour Dr. Audrey Holland and her prolific research and clinical achievements over the past 50 years. The issue has been constructed to exemplify the breadth of Dr. Holland’s influence not only in terms of research topics (e.g., aphasia, ...
By Beth Armstrong
September 21, 2010
This year’s special issue contains papers presented at the 39th Clinical Aphasiology Conference held in Keystone, Colorado in May, 2009. The issue contains another excellent mix of articles, demonstrating the depth and breadth of issues covered in clinical aphasiology at the present time. As a ...
By Brendan Weekes
May 04, 2010
Communication disorders are a problem for people around the world. However, language disorders are rarely studied within the context of bilingualism. This is despite the fact that the majority of individuals who are affected by acquired language disorders are multilingual. Studies of bilingual ...
By Nadine Martin, Jamie Reilly
June 07, 2017
Research in language processing and language impairment has focused extensively on elements of linguistic representation that are accessed and retrieved in comprehension, repetition and production of words and sentences. These studies have provided important information about the effects of ...
By Brian Petheram
June 23, 2015
This special issue of Aphasiology brings together papers from six countries in three continents on the ways in which computers are being used in the domain. Information technology is now well established as a means of delivering treatment to people with aphasia and this issue includes papers which...
By Beth Armstrong
August 11, 2011
First published in 2011. Routledge is an imprint of Taylor & Francis, an informa company....
By Beth Armstrong
October 02, 2009
This issue is made up of research findings presented at the 38th Clinical Aphasiology Conference. In keeping with the mission of CAC to foster new and innovative methods of assessment and treatment, and to stimulate scholarly discussion, the papers span the spectrum of approaches to aphasia and ...
By Wolfram Ziegler, Ingrid Aichert
February 08, 2009
The concept of a "mental syllabary", i.e., a store of syllable-sized motor planning units, has become a cornerstone in the modeling of spoken language production. This idea lead to the question of the significance of syllabic representations in speech impairments, especially in apraxia of speech, ...
By Audrey Holland
October 14, 2008
This is the annual published proceedings of the 36th Clinical Aphasiology Conference (CAC). It was held in Ghent, Belgium, and was the first CAC meeting to be held outside North America. As a result, the 2006 CAC attracted a substantial number of submissions from European researchers and clinicians...
By Madeline Cruice
September 18, 2008
This special issue of Aphasiology examines the issues of access and inclusion as experienced by people with aphasia. A comprehensive editorial introduces the seven papers drawn from four different countries, and the issue reflects a balance of theoretical papers, detailed descriptions of ...
By Jacqueline Ann Stark, Ruth Fink, Nadine Martin
March 07, 2008
The Aphasia Therapy Workshop brings together leading experts in the field of aphasia to address current approaches to aphasia rehabilitation. The topics in this special issue include: 1) Functional communication: Social models and psychosocial approaches 2) Technological advances : Computer - ...