The Aphasia Research Community at USF


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Recently Presented:

Examining the Components of Aphasia Group Therapy (ASHA 2010 Poster)

Brittany Wingo, B. A,. Christina Consolo, B. A., Rachel, Goff, M.S., CCC-SLP, Jacqueline Hinckley, Ph.D., CCC-SLP

Evidence, Expertise, and Client Values Intertwined: Aphasia Examples (ASHA 2010 Seminar)

Jacqueline Hinckley, PhD, CCC-SLP, Natalie Douglas, MS, CCC-SLP, Rachel Goff, MS CCC-SLP, Erline Nakano, MS, CCC-SLP

Assessing Cognition in Right Hemisphere Stroke: An Autoethnographic Perspective (ASHA 2010 Seminar)

Jacqueline Hinckley, Ph.D, CCC-SLP

Treatments that Work for Both Aphasia and Dementia – Revisited (ASHA 2010 Seminar)

Michelle Bourgeois, Ph.D.m Ellen Hickey, Ph.D., Jacqueline Hinckley, Ph.D.

Recently received grant funding:

ASHA Division 11 (Supervision & Adminstration), $1500 to Douglas & Hinckley, "Narratives of Experienced Speech-Language Pathologists: Implications for Clinical Training"

Recently Appearing Publications:

Special Issue of Topics in Stroke Rehabilitation, Guest Editor: J Hinckley

I was riffed!: Therapy discharge becomes part of the life story - Nakano & Hinckley, Topics in Stroke Rehabilitation

Clinical decision-making for stroke and aphasia in the older adult - Article appearing in Perspectives, the Newsletter of ASHA Special Interest Division 15 (Aging) (J. Hinckley)

Papers Recently Submitted:

Neural correlates of semantic activation spreading on the path to picture naming in adults who stutter - Maxfield, Huffman, Frisch & Hinckley

Papers in Preparation

"Attentional mechanisms underlying communication": Chapter by Thomas Carr & Jacqueline Hinckley, to be published in Cognition and Communication Disorders: A Process-Oriented Approach, edited by Lew Shapiro and Richard Peach.

"Evidence, ethics, and implementaiton: An autoethnography about the role of the speech-language pathologist in rehabilitation" - Hinckley

"Two Researchers and an Aphasia Group: Consumer Perceptions of Research Needs" - Bartels-Tobin & Hinckley

"A Meta-Analysis of Aphasia Group Therapy" - Goff, Douglas, & Hinckley

"A Meta-Analysis of Communication Partner Training in Aphasia" -Douglas, Goff, & Hinckley

"Understanding Bilingualism and Neurogenic Communication Disorders" - Glasbrenner & Hinckley

"The Social Construction of Self after Aphasia" - Nakano & Hinckley