Sofia Vallila-Rohter
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The handbook of adult language disorders
AE Hillis
Psychology Press, 2013
Non-linguistic learning and aphasia: Evidence from a paired associate and feedback-based task
S Vallila-Rohter, S Kiran
Neuropsychologia 51 (1), 79-90, 2013
The influence of proficiency and language combination on bilingual lexical access
JG Kastenbaum, LM Bedore, ED Peña, L Sheng, I Mavis, ...
Bilingualism: Language and cognition 22 (2), 300-330, 2019
An examination of strategy implementation during abstract nonlinguistic category learning in aphasia
S Vallila-Rohter, S Kiran
Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research 58 (4), 1195-1209, 2015
Nonlinguistic learning in individuals with aphasia: Effects of training method and stimulus characteristics
S Vallila-Rohter, S Kiran
American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, 2013
How well do we use our technology? Examining iPad navigation skills in individuals with aphasia and older adults
A Sitren, S Vallila-Rohter
American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology 28 (4), 1523-1536, 2019
Using an implementation framework to survey outcome measurement and treatment practices in aphasia
C Tierney-Hendricks, ME Schliep, S Vallila-Rohter
American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology 31 (3), 1133-1162, 2022
Implementing a standardized language evaluation in the acute phases of aphasia: Linking evidence-based practice and practice-based evidence
ME Schliep, L Kasparian, O Kaminski, C Tierney-Hendricks, E Ayuk, ...
Frontiers in Neurology 11, 412, 2020
Implementing a standardized assessment battery for aphasia in acute care
S Vallila-Rohter, L Kasparian, O Kaminski, M Schliep, S Koymen
Seminars in Speech and Language 39 (01), 037-052, 2018
Considering learning ability in language rehabilitation plans
S Vallila-Rohter
Perspectives of the ASHA Special Interest Groups 2 (2), 23-30, 2017
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
The application of lexical retrieval training in tablet-based speech-language intervention
J Gallée, R Pittmann, S Pennington, S Vallila-Rohter
Frontiers in Neurology 11, 583246, 2020
Errorless, errorful, and retrieval practice for naming treatment in aphasia: A scoping review of learning mechanisms and treatment ingredients
K Nunn, S Vallila-Rohter, EL Middleton
Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research 66 (2), 668-687, 2023
Functional reorganization of the large-scale brain networks that support high-level cognition following brain damage in aphasia
IA Blank, SV Rohter, S Kiran, E Fedorenko
Front. Psychol 6 (14), 10.3389, 2015
‘It's been an extraordinary journey’: Experience of engagement from the perspectives of people with post‐stroke aphasia
C Tierney‐Hendricks, J Miller, RP Lopez, S Conger, S Vallila‐Rohter
International Journal of Language & Communication Disorders 58 (6), 2008-2021, 2023
Theory-driven treatment modifications: A discussion on meeting the linguistic, cognitive, and psychosocial needs of individual clients with aphasia
K Nunn, S Vallila-Rohter
Journal of communication disorders 103, 106327, 2023
Incorporating metacognitive strategy training into semantic treatment promotes restitutive and substitutive gains in naming: A single-subject investigation
VE Tilton-Bolowsky, L Brock, K Nunn, WS Evans, S Vallila-Rohter
American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology 32 (5), 1979-2020, 2023
Diagnosis and treatment of semantic impairments
S Vallila-Rohter, S Kiran
The Handbook of Adult Language Disorders, 231-252, 2015
Evaluating circumlocution in naming as a predictor of communicative informativeness and efficiency in discourse
VE Tilton-Bolowsky, CM van der Stelt, A DeMarco, A Laks, C Dobbins, ...
Aphasiology 38 (2), 237-260, 2024
Cue responsiveness as a measure of emerging language ability in aphasia
ME Schliep, V Tilton-Bolowsky, S Vallila-Rohter
Topics in Stroke Rehabilitation 29 (2), 133-145, 2022
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