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To what extent does attention underlie language in aphasia?
S Villard, S Kiran
Aphasiology 31 (10), 1226-1245, 2017
1062017
Between-session intra-individual variability in sustained, selective, and integrational non-linguistic attention in aphasia
S Villard, S Kiran
Neuropsychologia 66, 204-212, 2015
832015
Between-session and within-session intra-individual variability in attention in aphasia
S Villard, S Kiran
Neuropsychologia 109, 95-106, 2018
312018
Does naming therapy make ordering in a restaurant easier? Dynamics of co-occurring change in cognitive-linguistic and functional communication skills in aphasia
EL Meier, JP Johnson, S Villard, S Kiran
American journal of speech-language pathology 26 (2), 266-280, 2017
312017
Development of a theoretically based treatment for sentence comprehension deficits in individuals with aphasia
S Kiran, D Caplan, C Sandberg, J Levy, A Berardino, E Ascenso, S Villard, ...
American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology, 2012
272012
Effects of acquired aphasia on the recognition of speech under energetic and informational masking conditions
S Villard, G Kidd Jr
Trends in Hearing 23, 2331216519884480, 2019
132019
The effect of a sentence comprehension treatment on discourse comprehension in aphasia
S Kiran, C Des Roches, S Villard, Y Tripodis
Aphasiology 29 (11), 1289-1311, 2015
132015
Postvocalic /r/ in the Upper Valley of Vermont and New Hampshire
S Villard
MA thesis, 2009
132009
Evaluating treatment and generalization patterns of two theoretically motivated sentence comprehension therapies
CA Des Roches, S Vallila-Rohter, S Villard, Y Tripodis, D Caplan, S Kiran
American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology 25 (4S), S743-S757, 2016
102016
Speech intelligibility and talker gender classification with noise-vocoded and tone-vocoded speech
S Villard, G Kidd
JASA Express Letters 1 (9), 2021
52021
Potential implications of attention deficits for treatment and recovery in aphasia
S Villard
Perspectives of the ASHA Special Interest Groups 2 (2), 7-14, 2017
32017
Listening effort elicited by energetic versus informational masking
S Villard, T Perrachione, SJ Lim, A Alam, G Kidd
Proceedings of Meetings on Acoustics 45 (1), 2021
22021
Now you’re with me, now you’re not: Between-session and within-session intra-individual variability in attention in aphasia
S Villard, S Kiran
Academy of Aphasia, 2015
22015
Consistency of selective and focused non-linguistic attention in aphasia
S Villard, S Kiran
Procedia-Social and Behavioral Sciences 94, 123-124, 2013
22013
Assessing the benefit of acoustic beamforming for listeners with aphasia using modified psychoacoustic methods
S Villard, G Kidd
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 148 (5), 2894-2911, 2020
12020
Inter-and Intra-Individual Variability in Non-Linguistic Attention in Aphasia
S Villard, S Kiran
Clinical Aphasiology Conference, 2014
12014
Consistency of Sustained and Selective Non-Linguistic Attention in Aphasia
S Villard, S Kiran
Academy of Aphasia, 2013
12013
Effects of training sentence to picture matching and object manipulation to improve sentence comprehension in aphasia: acquisition and generalization
S Kiran, D Caplan, S Villard, C Des Roches, E Ascenso, G Waters
Probe 1 (70.00), 40.00, 2012
12012
Semantic relatedness and the cocktail party problem in aphasia: A hybrid remote/in-lab study
S Villard, I Yap, G Kidd Jr
Aphasiology 38 (4), 612-634, 2024
2024
Energetic and informational masking place dissociable demands on listening effort: Evidence from simultaneous electroencephalography and pupillometry
S Villard, TK Perrachione, SJ Lim, A Alam, G Kidd
The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America 154 (2), 1152-1167, 2023
2023
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