Submissions from 2022

Are People With Poststroke Aphasia Receptive to Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation? A Survey, E. Susan Duncan, Neila J. Donovan, and Thanos Gentimis


The contributions of immediate retrieval and spaced retrieval to word learning in preschoolers with developmental language disorder, Laurence B. Leonard, Justin B. Kueser, Patricia Deevy, Eileen Haebig, Jeffrey D. Karpicke, and Christine Weber

Submissions from 2021

Identifiable Patterns of Trait, State, and Experience in Chronic Stroke Recovery, E.S. Duncan, A.D. Shereen, T. Gentimis, and S.L. Small

Submissions from 2020

Behavioral and neurological effects of tDCS on speech motor recovery: A single-subject intervention study, A. Buchwald, N. Khosa, S. Rimikis, and E.S. Duncan


Microaggressions Associated with the Adult Stuttering Experience, Alexus Crawford, Geoffrey Coalson, Shanley Treleaven, Lillian Dang, Marla Erwin, Jillian Edgerly, Alison Turk, and Lindsey Moore

Yoga as Therapy for People With Aphasia, Aimee Dietz, E. Susan Duncan, Lauren Bislick, Sarah Stegman, Jenna Collins, Chitrali Mamlekar, Rachel Gleason, and Michael J. McCarthy

Clinical feasibility of combining transcranial direct current stimulation with standard aphasia therapy, E. Duncan and S. Nakkawita

Clinical assessment of characteristics of apraxia of speech in primary progressive aphasia, E.S. Duncan, N.J. Donovan, and S.A. Sajjadi

A review of biological interventions in chronic aphasia, E Susan Duncan, Aswathy Anakkathil Pradeep, and Steven L. Small

Submissions from 2019

Limb Apraxia: a Disorder of Learned Skilled Movement, A.L. Foundas and E.S. Duncan

Submissions from 2018

Changes in dynamic resting state network connectivity following aphasia therapy, E.S. Duncan and S.L. Small

Therapy-Induced Plasticity in Chronic Aphasia Is Associated with Behavioral Improvement and Time since Stroke, P. Santhanam, E.S. Duncan, and S.L. Small

Submissions from 2017


Demonstration of Nonword Training Task - LSU Developmental Stuttering Lab, Geoffrey Coalson and Courtney Byrd

Imitation-based aphasia therapy increases narrative content: A case series, E.S. Duncan and S.L. Small

Submissions from 2016

How older adults use cognition in sentence-final word recognition, D. Cahana-Amitay, A. Spiro, J.T. Sayers, A.C. Oveis, E. Higby, E.A. Ojo, S. Duncan, M. Goral, J. Hyun, M.L. Albert, et al.

Performance Variability as a Predictor of Response to Aphasia Treatment, E.S. Duncan, T. Schmah, and S.L. Small

Increased Modularity of Resting State Networks Supports Improved Narrative Production in Aphasia Recovery, E.S. Duncan and S.L. Small

The neurobiology of language: Relevance to linguistics, E. Susan Duncan, Sarah Tune, and Steven L. Small

Submissions from 2015

Imitation-Based Aphasia Therapy, E.S. Duncan and S.L. Small