Rajani Sebastian, PhD
Rajani Sebastian, PhD
Assistant Professor, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
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Predicting recovery in acute poststroke aphasia
AE Hillis, YY Beh, R Sebastian, B Breining, DC Tippett, A Wright, ...
Annals of neurology 83 (3), 612-622, 2018
Meta-analysis of the neural representation of first language and second language
R Sebastian, AR Laird, S Kiran
Applied psycholinguistics 32 (4), 799-819, 2011
Diagnosing and managing post-stroke aphasia
SM Sheppard, R Sebastian
Expert review of neurotherapeutics 21 (2), 221-234, 2021
Cerebellar tDCS: A Novel Approach to Augment Language Treatment Post-stroke
R Sebastian, S Saxena, K Tsapkini, AV Faria, C Long, A Wright, C Davis, ...
Frontiers in Human Neuroscience 10, 695, 2017
Distinct mechanisms and timing of language recovery after stroke
S Jarso, M Li, A Faria, C Davis, R Leigh, R Sebastian, K Tsapkini, S Mori, ...
Cognitive neuropsychology 30 (7-8), 454-475, 2013
The influence of proficiency and language combination on bilingual lexical access
JG Kastenbaum, LM Bedore, ED Peņa, L Sheng, I Mavis, ...
Bilingualism: Language and cognition 22 (2), 300-330, 2019
Treatment of category generation and retrieval in aphasia: Effect of typicality of category items
S Kiran, C Sandberg, R Sebastian
American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, 2011
Picturing the size and site of stroke with an expanded National Institutes of Health Stroke Scale
D Agis, MB Goggins, K Oishi, K Oishi, C Davis, A Wright, EH Kim, ...
Stroke 47 (6), 1459-1465, 2016
Important considerations in lesion‐symptom mapping: Illustrations from studies of word comprehension
H Shahid, R Sebastian, TT Schnur, T Hanayik, A Wright, DC Tippett, ...
Human Brain Mapping 38 (6), 2990-3000, 2017
Imaging network level language recovery after left PCA stroke
R Sebastian, C Long, JJ Purcell, AV Faria, M Lindquist, S Jarso, D Race, ...
Restorative neurology and neuroscience 34 (4), 473-489, 2016
The roles of occipitotemporal cortex in reading, spelling, and naming
R Sebastian, Y Gomez, R Leigh, C Davis, M Newhart, AE Hillis
Cognitive Neuropsychology 31 (5-6), 511-528, 2014
Patterns of decline in naming and semantic knowledge in primary progressive aphasia
R Sebastian, CB Thompson, NY Wang, A Wright, A Meyer, RB Friedman, ...
Aphasiology 32 (9), 1010-1030, 2018
Transcranial direct current stimulation in post stroke aphasia and primary progressive aphasia: Current knowledge and future clinical applications
R Sebastian, K Tsapkini, DC Tippett
NeuroRehabilitation 39 (1), 141-152, 2016
Leukoaraiosis is independently associated with naming outcome in poststroke aphasia
A Wright, D Tippett, S Saxena, R Sebastian, B Breining, A Faria, AE Hillis
Neurology 91 (6), e526-e532, 2018
The association of insular stroke with lesion volume
N Kodumuri, R Sebastian, C Davis, J Posner, EH Kim, DC Tippett, ...
NeuroImage: Clinical 11, 41-45, 2016
Cerebellar neuromodulation improves naming in post-stroke aphasia
R Sebastian, JH Kim, R Brenowitz, DC Tippett, JE Desmond, PA Celnik, ...
Brain communications 2 (2), fcaa179, 2020
Aphasia or neglect after thalamic stroke: the various ways they may be related to cortical hypoperfusion
R Sebastian, MG Schein, C Davis, Y Gomez, M Newhart, K Oishi, AE Hillis
Frontiers in Neurology 5, 231, 2014
Task-modulated neural activation patterns in chronic stroke patients with aphasia
R Sebastian, S Kiran
Aphasiology 25 (8), 927-951, 2011
Neuromodulation in post-stroke aphasia treatment
BL Breining, R Sebastian
Current physical medicine and rehabilitation reports 8, 44-56, 2020
Right hemispheric homologous language pathways negatively predicts poststroke naming recovery
Z Keser, R Sebastian, KM Hasan, AE Hillis
Stroke 51 (3), 1002-1005, 2020
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