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Natalie Gilmore
Natalie Gilmore
Massachusetts General Hospital
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Nonlinguistic Cognitive Factors Predict Treatment-Induced Recovery in Chronic Poststroke Aphasia
N Gilmore, EL Meier, JP Johnson, S Kiran
Archives of physical medicine and rehabilitation 100 (7), 1251-1258, 2019
812019
Benchmarks of significant change after aphasia rehabilitation
N Gilmore, M Dwyer, S Kiran
Archives of physical medicine and rehabilitation 100 (6), 1131-1139. e87, 2019
512019
Typicality-based semantic treatment for anomia results in multiple levels of generalisation
N Gilmore, EL Meier, JP Johnson, S Kiran
Neuropsychological rehabilitation 30 (5), 802-828, 2020
492020
The Intensive Cognitive-Communication Rehabilitation program for young adults with acquired brain injury
N Gilmore, K Ross, S Kiran
American journal of speech-language pathology 28 (1S), 341-358, 2019
222019
Open access multimodal fNIRS resting state dataset with and without synthetic hemodynamic responses
A von Lühmann, X Li, N Gilmore, DA Boas, MA Yücel
Frontiers in Neuroscience 14, 579353, 2020
142020
Acquired Brain Injury in Adults: A Review of Pathophysiology, Recovery, and Rehabilitation
N Gilmore, DI Katz, S Kiran
Perspectives of the ASHA Special Interest Groups 6 (4), 714-727, 2021
122021
Investigating Language and Domain-General Processing in Neurotypicals and Individuals With Aphasia—A Functional Near-Infrared Spectroscopy Pilot Study
N Gilmore, MA Yücel, X Li, DA Boas, S Kiran
Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 15, 728151, 2021
92021
Intensive cognitive-communication rehabilitation for college-bound young adults with brain injury
N Gilmore, L Foo, S Kiran
Aphasiology 32 (1), 70-71, 2018
32018
Intensive Cognitive Communication Rehabilitation (ICCR) Program for Young Adults With Acquired Brain Injury
N Albrittain-Ross, K Ross, N Gilmore, S Kiran
Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation 98 (10), e76, 2017
32017
A novel approach to intensive cognitive communication rehabilitation for young adults with acquired brain injury
K Ross, N Ross, N Gilmore, C Des Roches, S Kiran
BRAIN INJURY 31 (6-7), 920-921, 2017
32017
Investigating the relationship between language and cognition in persons with aphasia as a function of semantic-based naming therapy
N Gilmore, JP Johnson, EL Meier, S Kiran
Aphasiology 32 (sup1), 72-73, 2018
22018
The multidimensional nature of aphasia: using factors beyond language to predict treatment outcomes
N Gilmore, J Johnson, E Meier, C Des Roches, S Kiran
Front Hum Neurosci 11 (85), 10.3389, 2017
12017
Behavioral and neural effects of intensive cognitive and communication rehabilitation in young college-bound adults with acquired brain injury
NM Gilmore
2021
Young Adults with Acquired Brain Injury Show Significant Gains in Cognitive Domains Following Intensive Cognitive and Communication Rehabilitation
N Gilmore, D Mirman, S Kiran
Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation 101 (11), e92, 2020
2020
Examining the Neural Substrates of Language and Cognitive Processing in Young Adults With Acquired Brain Injury Using Functional Near-Infrared Spectroscopy
N Gilmore, X Li, M Yucel, S Kiran
JOURNAL OF HEAD TRAUMA REHABILITATION 35 (2), E203-E203, 2020
2020
A Ramp to College: Intensive Cognitive-Communication Rehabilitation (ICCR) for Young Adults with Acquired Brain Injury
N Gilmore, L Foo, S Kiran
2018
Successful Cognitive-Communication Rehabilitation for Young Individuals with Acquired Brain Injury
N Gilmore, L Foo, MA CF-SLP, S Kiran
Presented at BIA-MA’s 37th Annual Brain Injury Conference, 2018
2018
Predicting Gains From Aphasia Rehabilitation Using Measures of Language and Cognition
J Johnson, E Meier, N Gilmore, C Des Roches, S Kiran
Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation 98 (10), e15-e16, 2017
2017
A systematic review of standardized outcome measures used in aphasia rehabilitation, including meta-analyses
N Gilmore, M Dwyer, S Kiran
Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation 98 (10), e137, 2017
2017
Academically-focused cognitive rehabilitation supports cognitive-linguistic recovery in college-bound adults with brain injury
N Gilmore, L Foo, S Kiran
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