Speech Production/Fluency

Year Title Design Number Treatment Types
1966 Beyn, E. S., & Shokhor-Trotskaya, M. K. (1966). The preventative method of speech rehabilitation in aphasia. Cortex, 2, 96-108. G w/in 31 Preventative Method
1973 Albert, M. L., Sparks, R. W., & Helm, N. A. (1973). Melodic intonation therapy for aphasia. Archives of Neurology, 29, 130-131. CS 1 Melodic Intonation Therapy
1974 Sparks, R., Helm, N., & Albert, M. (1974). Aphasia rehabilitation resulting from melodic intonation therapy. Cortex, 10, 303-316. SS 6 Melodic Intonation Therapy
1976 Marshall, N., & Holtzapple, P. (1976). Melodic intonation therapy: variations on a theme. In R. H. Brookshire (Ed.), Clinical Aphasiology: Vol. 6 (pp. 151-171). Minneapolis, MN: BRK Publishers. SS 4 Melodic Intonation Therapy
1976 Sparks, R. W., & Holland, A. L. (1976). Method: Melodic intonation therapy for aphasia. Journal of Speech and Hearing Disorders, 41, 287-297. G w/in 6 Melodic Intonation Therapy
1977 Florance, C. L., & Deal, J. L. (1977). A treatment protocol for nonverbal stroke patients. In R. H. Brookshire (Ed.), Clinical Aphasiology: Vol. 7 (pp. 59-67). Minneapolis, MN: BRK Publishers. G w/in 15 Spoken sentence & question training
1979 Dunham, M. J., & NewHoff, M. (1979). Melodic intonation therapy: rewriting the song. In R.H. Brookshire (Ed.), Clinical Aphasiology: Vol. 9 (pp. 286-294). Minneapolis, MN: BRK Publishers. CS 2 Melodic Intonation Therapy
1979 Goldfarb, R. & Bader, E. (1979). Espousing melodic intonation therapy in aphasia rehabiliation: A case study. International Journal of Rehabilitation Research, 2, 333-342. CS 1 Melodic Intonation Therapy
1979 Laughlin, S. A., Naeser, M. A., & Gordon, W. P. (1979). Effects of three syllable durations using the melodic intonation therapy technique. Journal of Speech and Hearing Research, 22, 311-320. G w/in 5 Melodic Intonation Therapy
1980 Helm. N. A., & Barresi, B. (1980). Voluntary control of involuntary utterance: A treatment approach for severe aphasia. In R. H. Brookshire (Ed.), Clinical Aphasiology: Vol. 10 (pp. 308-315). Minneapolis, MN: BRK Publishers. SS 3 Voluntary control of involuntary utterances
1982 Kotten, A. (1982). Therapy for neologistic jargon aphasia: A case report. British Journal of Disorders of Communication, 17, 61-73. CS 1 Multimodal tx
1983 Royall, J. B., & Horner, J. (1983). Acquisition generalization of cued speech by a chronically aphasic adult. In R. H. Brookshire (Ed.), Clinical Aphasiology: Vol. 13 (pp. 85-95). Minneapolis, MN: BRK Publishers. SS 1 Cued Speech
1983 Stevens, E. R., & Glaser, L. E. (1983). Multiple input phoneme therapy: An approach to severe apraxia and expressive aphasia. In R. H. Brookshire (Ed.), Clinical Aphasiology: Vol. 13 (pp. 148-155). Minneapolis, MN: BRK Publishers. SS 5 Multiple Input Phoneme Therapy
1986 Kearns, K. P. (1986). Systematic programming of verbal elaboration skills in chronic Broca’s aphasia. In R. C. Marshall (Ed.), Case studies in aphasia rehabilitation (pp. 225-244). Austin: Pro-Ed. SS 1 Response Elaboration Tx
1986 Marshall. R. C., & Neuburger, S. I. (1986). Reducing sentence production time in chronic Broca’s aphasia. In R. H. Brookshire (Ed.), Clinical Aphasiology: Vol. 16 (pp. 213-220). Minneapolis, MN: BRK Publishers. SS 1 Client videotape observation
1986 Sullivan, M. P., Fisher, B., & Marshall, R. C. (1986). Treating the repetition deficit in conduction aphasia. In R. H. Brookshire (Ed.), Clinical Aphasiology: Vol. 16 (pp. 172-180). Minneapolis, MN: BRK Publishers. SS 1 Simulation tx: Repetition
1987 Bernstein-Ellis, E., Wertz, R. T., & Shubitowski, Y. (1987). More pace, less fillers: A verbal strategy for a high-level aphasic patient. In R. H. Brookshire (Ed.), Clinical Aphasiology: Vol. 17 (pp. 212-21). Minneapolis, MN: BRK Publishers. SS 1 Pacing board
1987 Helm-Estabrooks, N., Emery, P., & Albert, M. L. (1987). Treatment of aphasic perseveration (TAP) program. Archives of Neurology, 44, 1253-1255. SS 3 TAP: Tx for Aphasic Perseveration
1988 Dworkin, J.P., Abkarian, G.G., & Johns, D.F. (1988). Apraxia of speech: the effectiveness of a treatment regimen. Journal of Speech and Hearing Disorders, 53, 280-294. SS 1 Word & sentence production
1988 Huntley, R. A., & Rothi, L. J. G. (1988). Treatment of verbal akinesia in a case of transcortical motor aphasia. Aphasiology, 2, 55-66. CS 1 Semantic tx, Sentence generation
1988 Cubelli, R., Foresti, A., & Consolini, T. (1988). Reeducation strategies in conduction aphasia. Journal of Communication Disorders, 21, 239-249. CS 3 Multimodal word, sentence tx
1989 Boyle, M. (1989). Reducing phonemic paraphasias in the connected speech of a conduction aphasic subject. In T. E. Prescott (Ed.), Clinical Aphasiology: Vol. 18 (pp. 379-394). Austin, TX: Pro-Ed. SS 1 Orally reading tx
1989 Kearns, K. P., & Scher, G. P. (1989). The generalization of response elaboration training effects. In T. E. Prescott (Ed.), Clinical Aphasiology: Vol. 18 (pp. 223-246). Austin, TX: PRO-ED. SS 99 Response Elaboration Treatment
1989 Whitney, J. L., & Goldstein, H. (1989). Using self-monitoring to reduce disfluencies in speakers with mild aphasia. Journal of Speech and Hearing Disorders, 54, 576-586. SS 3 Self-monitoring during picture description
1990 Kohn, S. E., Smith, K. L., & Arsenault, J. K. (1990). The remediation of conduction aphasia via sentence repetition. British Journal of Communication Disorders, 25, 45-60. SS 1 Stimulation tx: Repetition