Mayer, Jamie F.
B.A. (Bachelor of Arts)
School of Allied Health and Communicative Disorders
Computerized treatment protocols for aphasia are becoming more widely available, but their efficacy remains to be established. Toward this aim, as part of a larger, single-subject, multiple-baseline study, an individual with aphasia was asked to work 60-90 min/day independently on a commercially available, computerized aphasia treatment program, with weekly probes examining three specific language skills: (1) verbal expression, (2) memory/auditory comprehension, and (3) reading.
Gomez, Griselda, "Examining the Efficacy of Computerized Treatment Options for Aphasia" (2012). Honors Capstones. 508.
Northern Illinois University
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