Member Newsletter

Volume 18 | Issue 1

Winter 2020

In This Issue...

  1. President's Message
  2. Honors Interview
  3. Committee Updates
  4. Member Spotlight
  5. 2019 Student Conference Fellows 
  6. Student Fellow Interviews
  7. Mentor Interview
  8. Board Certification Interview
  9. 2019 Annual Meeting Recap
  10. ASHA Announcements
  11. Member Accomplishments

ANCDS Board/Officers 

Kathleen Youse, PhD, CCC-SLP, BC-ANCDS

Janet Patterson, PhD

Deanna Britton, PhD, CCC-SLP, BC-ANCDS

Yvonne Rogalski, PhD, CCC-SLP

Linda Shuster, PhD, CCC-SLP
Immediate Past President  

Alaina Davis, PhD, CCC-SLP
Executive Board Member

Gerasimos Fergadiotis, PhD
Executive Board Member

Jacqueline Laures-Gore, PhD
Executive Board Member

Ellyn Riley, PhD, CCC-SLP
Executive Board Member

Mary Purdy, PhD, BC-ANCDS

Sheryle Hazard, CAE
Executive Director

ANCDS Board Certification

Why become Board Certified?

- Recognizes your advanced clinical knowledge and skills

- Enhances your confidence in your clinical knowledge and skills

- Enhances consumer and referral source confidence in the care you can provide

- Encourages professional growth through the continuing education required for maintenance of board certification

- Provides a respected credential to support professional advancement

Click here to learn more about the application and certification process.

New On Demand CE Offerings

ANCDS Annual Meeting Records

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Public Podcasts

Episode 15: Intensive Aphasia Treatment

Episode 16: A Conversation with Brenda Constantine about Poetry & Aphasia

Listen to all ANCDS podcasts here!

2020 Fellowship Awards

2020 Fellowship Award applications are now open

ANCDS Board Minutes

2019 ANCDS Annual Scientific and Business Meeting

Wednesday, November 20, 2019

Orlando, FL

Welcome New Members!

Full Members 

Laura Chapman, PhD
Kelly Crouch, MS, CCC-SLP
Trudi Fisher, MS, CCC-SLP
Geoffrey Fredericks, PhD, CCC-SLP
Nirvana Hafez, MD
Carolyn Knoechel
Nidhi Mahendra, PhD, CCC-SLP
Sandra Milton, CCC-SLP; CCM
Kimberly Mueller, PhD, CCC-SLP
Kimberly Nieves, CCC-SLP
Cheryl Paul, MS, CCC-SLP
Angel Polivka
Jane Roitsch, PhD, CCC-SLP
Stephanie Sala, MS, CCC-SLP, TSSLD-BE
Teryl Wood, SLPD, CCC

Student Members

Defne Abur
Sabrina Brucato
Tiniyja Burney
Carly Cermak
Julia Chung
Qiana Dennard
Hannah Franz
Rebecca Goodridge
Nathalie Halajian
Kylee Haller
Lynsey Keator
Hana Kim
Allyson Lindsay
Mary McMahon
Jessica Salley
Anna Saylor
Michael Scimeca
Nayoung Shin
Reva Zimmerman, CCC-SLP

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President's Message

Hello ANCDS Members,

I hope this message finds everyone well and enjoying the start of the New Year.  I am delighted to be serving as President of ANCDS this year.  This is my 20th year as a member of the Academy, many of which have been spent as part of the Board Certification Committee or the Executive Board.  ANCDS has had a significant impact not only on my professional life by way of continuing education and clinical and research collaboration, but also on my personal life by way of the amazing friendships I have gained along the way.  The past few years have been an exciting time of growth for ANCDS, and I consider it an honor and a privilege to have the opportunity to contribute to the future of an organization that has meant so much to me. 

First, I would like to thank our Immediate Past President, Linda Shuster, for her invaluable leadership last year.  Under Linda's guidance, the Academy met and exceeded many of its goals. ANCDS posted its first translational research article based on the 2018 Annual Meeting and co-written by two clinician-researcher teams.  Linda's focus on translational research also had a significant impact on the 2019 Annual Meeting.  The speakers were amazing, and the information they shared was an exceptional blend of research and clinical application.  Linda also worked closely with the Membership Committee to complete an extensive survey of our membership and assisted with the continued development of a peer-review process to accredit post-graduate Speech-Language Pathology Residency Programs.  In 2019, ANCDS also increased its continuing education offerings and all of the presentations from the Annual Scientific Meeting are now available on-demand for ASHA CEUs.  If you were unable to attend the 2019 Annual Meeting, please see the link to these fabulous recordings on our website. 

As we move forward, in 2020 the Executive Board will be focusing on the long-term sustainability of the organization.  In addition to the continued development of the Residency Program, we have identified four areas of emphasis in response to the membership survey that was completed last year.  We have heard from the membership that there is a desire for continuing education concentrating on translational research as well as access to more clinical resources and we will focus our efforts to meet these needs.  The Education and Standards Committee is developing new webinars and podcasts for the coming year, as well as our next Annual Meeting, with these interests in mind.  Additionally, the Communications Committee is hard at work on ideas for revamping our website in order to make it more user friendly, to include more clinical resources, and to be sure that our members are aware of the resources that are available. 

Increased marketing of the benefits of ANCDS membership was a third theme that was identified from the membership survey.  While our membership numbers are strong, we will work to better highlight the benefits of membership and to strengthen our membership base.  We will also strive to provide support for our new and junior members as they join the organization.  

Finally, the Board Certification Committee will further develop mentorship opportunities for those who are interested in completing Board Certification.  We are the only organization that offers specialty certification in neurogenic communication disorders and having members who are distinguished as experts in our field further promotes the exceptional work of ANCDS.  Support for those who wish to complete this process is paramount to the success of this important specialty certification. 

In closing, I would like to recognize the hard work and dedication of our Executive Board, Committee Chairs, and Committee Members both past and present.  Their passion and dedication to ANCDS is what keeps us strong and moving forward.  


Kathleen M. Youse, PhD, CCC-SLP, BC-ANCDS
2020 ANCDS President 
[email protected]

Honors Interview: Lyn Turkstra

What roles have you held within ANCDS?

I was on the ANCDS board and served for a few years on the Practice Guidelines Committee for TBI.

What aspects about ANCDS have been valuable to your career?

Since Kathryn Bayles first invited me to an ANCDS meeting as a PhD student, I have continued to be inspired by the work of my peers: their scholarship, creativity, openness to new ideas, dedication to advancing excellence in our profession, and passion for improving the lives of people with communication and swallowing disorders. ANCDS has given me opportunities to contribute to important work, especially the practice guidelines projects; and in addition to providing me with mentorship by some of the legendary experts in our field, it has given me opportunities to develop my own mentorship skills with students, community clinicians, and junior colleagues. The high-quality continuing education at annual meetings has been extremely valuable over the years as well, especially when it brings new knowledge from outside our field. (Continue Reading)

Committee Updates

Certification Board:

The board certification committee began brainstorming ways to address the 2020 committee goals of raising the bar on recruiting applicants and facilitating successful applications to certification. A group mentorship program and several other initiatives are being planned. The chair of the committee Ramani Voleti was invited to present on the ANCDS certification process at the New York State Speech Language Hearing Association's annual conference on Saturday, May 2nd @ 3:15 pm - 4:15 pm ("ANCDS Board Certification: Steps, Benefits and Myths!"). Another certified member and prior chair of the BC committee, Katie Atkinson, will be presenting along with a panel about board certifications offered by ASHA and ANCDS, at the Michigan Speech-Language-Hearing Association Annual Conference on March 20th ("What is a Board-Certified Specialist and Why Should I Want to Be One"). In addition, two sample case studies with reviewer comments are now available on the ANCDS website to encourage and attract potential candidates.

Communications Committee: 

We launched our first t-shirt contest this year! The winners of the contest were revealed at our annual meeting. Congratulations to ANCDS member Karen Copeland for the t-shirt quote and Alexandra McCormick for the design. The Communications Committee has also created some materials for our members to use to help promote our organization. You can add a graphic to your email signature line with ANCDS information, and you can include a Powerpoint slide about ANCDS in your next public presentation. These materials are located on the website. The Communications Committee is looking forward to 2020 and working to engage more with our members and the public.

Education and Standards Committee:

The Education and Standards Committee is tasked with developing and implementing the Annual Scientific and Business Meeting, as well as the webinar and podcast productions that are offered each year. The committee is actively working on the 2020 Annual Scientific and Business Meeting, which is focused on the topic of Health Economics and Quality of Life in Neurologic Communication Disorders. It is shaping up to be a great meeting. In addition, 3 of the 4 webinars are planned for this year. We have a great group of speakers, including Lisa Edmonds (May), Natalie Covington (June), and Sarah Wallace (August). More specific information regarding webinar presentation titles and dates will be released closer to each event. 

Finance Committee:

The Finance Committee (FC) has begun identifying potential sponsors for the 2020 ANCDS Scientific Meeting and brainstorming other possible fundraising opportunities to support student fellowships.  If you would like to become a meeting sponsor or have ideas about possible sponsors, please reach out to the FC Chairperson, Dr. Sarah Schellinger. 

Member Spotlight

Jerry Hoepner, PhD, CCC-SLP & Tom Sather, PhD, CCC-SLP

University of Wisconsin - Eau Claire

Together with their colleague, Mary Beth Clark, MS, CCC-SLP, rehab director at Mayo Clinic Health System - Eau Claire, shared some information about their Aphasia Camp. 

ANCDS: What is the mission of the program?

Jerry Hoepner (JH): We wanted to provide a program for people with aphasia that was a bit outside the typical clinical experience, and try to embed the ideas of being outdoors and being in a unique, "non-clinical" environment.  We wanted this program to be primarily about participation, relationships, and identity. The formal mission of the Chippewa Valley Aphasia Camp is to offer people with aphasia and their significant others activities and resources to increase social interaction and facilitate communication success. Camp is a collaboration among Mayo Clinic Health System - Eau Claire, the University of Wisconsin - Eau Claire, and the YMCA of the Chippewa Valley. It's a weekend-long retreat for those with aphasia and their care partners/family. We have a wide range of activities including canoeing, sailing, archery, woodworking, art, crafts, technology, golf, boating, and many others. We have sessions for all campers as well as sessions specifically for those with aphasia only and other sessions for care partners only. Campers are encouraged to stay in the cabins at camp for the weekend.

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2019 Student Conference Fellows


  • Dafne Abur
  • Tiniyja Burney
  • Vanessa Burshnic
  • Carly Cermak
  • Hannah Franz
  • Rebecca Goodridge
  • Lynsey Keator
  • Hana Kim
  • Allyson Lindsay
  • Jessica Salley
  • Anna Saylor
  • Michael Scimeca

( Read Fellow Bios).

Student Fellow Interviews

Name: Jessica Salley, MS, CCC-SLP

Earned Degree(s): B.S. in Communication Sciences and Disorders, M.S. in Speech-Language Pathology

Program of study/Year in program: Ph.D. in Communication Sciences, 2nd Year

Mentor/Advisor: Dr. Angela Ciccia, PhD, CCC-SLP

University: Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland, OH

ANCDS Fellowship Mentor: Heather Coles, MA, CCC-SLP

Area(s) of research, teaching and/or clinical interest: pediatric brain injury and cognitive communication disorders

1.  Why were you interested in the ANCDS conference fellow program?

For a few years, many friends, colleagues, and mentors had highly recommended the ANCDS conference to me.  I often heard about the welcoming nature of the ANCDS community, the engaging and ground-breaking nature of the conference, and the intimate environment the conference provided for like-minded clinicians and researchers.  As a student, it can be difficult (and intimidating) to insert yourself into a group of professionals, but the fellow program offered a great opportunity to engage with a professional established in ANCDS and receive mentorship on not only the conference, but the neurologic communication sciences field at large.  

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Name: Anna Saylor

Earned Degree(s): Bachelor's

Program of study/Year in program: 2nd year of master's program

Mentor/Advisor: Dr. Sarah E. Wallace

University: Duquesne University

ANCDS Fellowship Mentor: Dr. Melissa Johnson

1. Why were you interested in the ANCDS conference fellow program?

Dr. Sarah Wallace introduced the idea of applying for the fellowship.  When I realized I could have the opportunity to meet people who literally wrote the books on these topics, I could not pass it up!  I knew it would be an incredible chance to learn from top researchers and clinicians in this area.

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Mentor Interview

Mentor: Melissa Johnson, PhD

Mentee: Anna Saylor 

I always find the ANCDS annual meeting to be informative and interesting, as well as an excellent opportunity to network with others and form new relationships. In 2019, I had the added privilege of being a student mentor to Anna Saylor, which added a whole new element to an already wonderful day! Student mentors get paired one-on-one with a Master's or Doctoral student and are asked to simply spend the day with the student.

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Board Certification Interview

Diana Petroi, PhD

1. Why did you decide to become ANCDS board certified?

Good question. I believe my education and training provided opportunities to enhance my skills and expertise in the areas of differential diagnosis of adult motor speech and language disorders and to provide quality care for patients with complex communication disorders (and dysphagia).  Board certification was a way to demonstrate that these are areas that I specialize in and to contribute to advancing high quality care and practice guidelines related to neurologic communication disorders. 

2.  What did you learn in the process of completing your board certification? 

There were a number of lessons that I learned from this process.  One is that it was a challenging yet worthwhile learning experience given that different experts from ANCDS were reviewing my cases and providing positive and constructive input that I could use as part of my professional growth.  Second, I had to make the assessment, differential diagnosis, and treatment process that made sense in my mind to be explicit in the cases that I submitted and to also reflect on what I would have done differently in retrospect.  Third and relatedly, this was a similar yet different process than submitting a manuscript to a peer-reviewed journal.  Besides providing objective documentation and displaying written knowledge, it was also important to take reviewers "down the garden path"-so to speak-so that case facts along with patients' impressions of the intervention process would be evident.  Lastly, it is okay to have different roles in our respective practices.  At times, we may need to advocate for the value of those roles, including our role in the cases we submit for board certification; though, we are to still demonstrate adequate knowledge and skills in the various areas relevant to the application process.  

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2019 Annual Meeting Recap

Functional Treatment of Neurogenic Communication Disorders: Fueling the Future!

The focus of this ANCDS presentation was to propose new ideas for providing meaningful and effective treatment for individuals with cognitive-communication disorders. The recent explosion of 'person-centered'-ness is changing the ways we think about the services we deliver to our clients. Clinicians' frustration, and the dissatisfaction of our clients, with the effects of current treatment practices compels us to seek out some new and different treatment approaches.

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2019 Annual Meeting Silver Sponsor

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ASHA Announcements

Research & Mentoring

ASHA Stipend Program to Attend IPEC Institutes in 2020

ASHA is once again offering a stipend program for ASHA members to attend an IPEC Institute in 2020 as part of an interprofessional team. Early Bird registration for the Spring 2020 IPEC Institute is open until March 31.

Building Effective Inter-professional Education for Collaborative Practice
Tuesday, May 19, 2020 - Thursday, May 21, 2020
Association of American Medical Colleges (AAMC) Learning Center
655 K St, NW, Washington, DC 20001
Attend the Spring or Fall 2020 IPEC Institute as a member of an interprofessional team. Early bird registration for the Spring Institute ends March 31, 2020.

IPE Guidance Documents Published in 2019
The following three documents were published in 2019 to provide guidance on interprofessional education, interprofessional clinical learning environments, and an interprofessional education and practice research agenda.

Professional Education Opportunities

2020 IPE/IPP Conferences and Events

Member Accomplishments

Erin Bush, Katie Strong, and Jackie Hinckley were among the SLP colleagues attending The Qualitative Report's Qualitative Research Methods conference in 2020. Consider disseminating your qualitative work at the next meeting in January, 2021 in Ft. Lauderdale, FL:

Covington, N. V., mentored by ANCDS member Melissa Duff, received a $50,000 ASHFoundation Clinical Research Grant, awarded for "Determining the Psychometric Properties of Procedural Memory Measures for the Development of a Clinical Assessment of Multiple Memory Systems". 

Barbara Dabul, Ph.D., author of the ABA II (Apraxia Battery for Adults) shared her extensive knowledge of apraxia by presenting "My 50-Year Journey with Apraxia" in March, 2019 at the CSHA Conference, and "Ten Common Elements of Successful Therapeutic Approaches to Apraxia" in April, 2019 at ArSha, in Arizona where she lives. She is open to coming to other States with this information.

Ellayne S. Ganzfried, M.S., CCC_SLP, ASHA Fellow was elected as a Distinguished Practitioner Fellow of the National Academies of Practice (NAP) in Speech-Language Pathology. The induction ceremony will take place in March at the NAP Annual Meeting and Forum.

UK Stroke Forum PPI award: The Supporting wellbeing through PEeR-Befriending (SUPERB) study received an award by the UK Stroke Forum 2019 for patient and public involvement in research. SUPERB is a feasibility randomised controlled trial of peer-befriending for people with aphasia, led by Professor Katerina Hilari in the UK. The study was recognised for involving people with aphasia and their carers in all stages of the research process. SUPERB has just been completed and findings will be disseminated soon.

Jackie Hinckley (Nova Southeastern University) is working on a project "Building a bigger BRIDGE: A Research Incubator Network for PCOR in Communication Disabilities", which is fully funded through a Patient-Centered Outcomes Research Institute (PCORI) Eugene Washington PCORI Engagement Award (17449-NSU).

Jen Mozeiko won an ASHFoundation New Century Scholar Research Award in November, 2019.  

Kimberly Mueller, Ph.D., CCC-SLP and [KDM1] MS graduate student Cassandra Peters were awarded the Baldwin Wisconsin Idea Endowment seed grant for their proposal Improving Communication Quality of Life for Individuals with Memory Loss. Through this project they aim to determine the feasibility of the use of short speech samples as a sensitive and valuable tool to measure cognitive and functional change across varying stages of the Alzheimer's disease continuum in the clinical setting. Second, they plan to translate evidence into practice: namely, to provide individuals with the tools and resources they need to effectively communicate with their loved ones throughout the Alzheimer's disease and related dementias (ADRD) continuum, a crucial aspect of quality of life for both individuals and their caregivers."

Lyn Turkstra has been awarded this year's Moody Prize in TBI Rehabilitation. 

Member Publications:

Chang, W.Z. & Bourgeois, M. (2020,).  Effects of Visual Aids for End-of-Life Care on Decisional Capacity of People with Dementia. Journal of Speech-Language Pathology, in press.

Lanzi, A., & Bourgeois, M. (2019). Treatment programs delivered by technology enhance the management of post-stroke anomia, but generalization to untrained words and everyday communication is still lacking. Evidence-Based Communication Assessment and Intervention. 13(4), 177-180.

Lanzi, A., & Bourgeois, M. S. (2019). Structured external memory aid treatment. American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology, DOI:10.1044/2019.

Lanzi, A., Bourgeois, M. S., & Dedrick, R. (2020). Development and initial validation of the functional external memory aid tool. Journal of Speech-Language Pathology, in press.

Bush. E. J., Singh, R. L., & Kooienga, S. (2019). Lived experiences of a community: Merging interpretive phenomenology and community-based participatory research. International Journal of Qualitative Methods, 18, 1-12 Publication date: 2019/10/16 online (Printed in Nov. Issue)  First Published September 24, 2019

Pelatti, C. Y., Bush, E. J., Farquharson, K., Schneider-Cline, W., Harvey, J., & Carter, M.W. (2019). Speech-language pathologists' comfort providing intervention to children with traumatic brain injury: results from a national survey. American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology, 28, 1611-1624.

Clark, H.M.Utianski, R.L., Duffy, J.R., Strand, E.A., Botha, H., Josephs, K.A., and Whitwell, J.L. (2019). Western Aphasia Battery-Revised Profiles in Primary Progressive Aphasia and Apraxia of Speech.

Warren, D. E., Roembke, T. C., Covington, N. V., McMurray, B., & Duff, M.C. (2020). Cross-situational statistical learning of new words despite bilateral hippocampal damage and severe amnesia. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience13, 448. 

Covington, N.V., Kurczek, J., Duff, M.C., & Brown-Schmidt, S. (2019). The effect of repetition on pronoun resolution in patients with memory impairment. Journal of Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology, 1-14.

Duff, M.C., Covington, N.V., Hilverman, C., & Cohen, N.J. (2020). Semantic memory and the hippocampus: Revisiting, reaffirming, and extending the reach of their critical relationship. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 13, 471.

Duffy, J.R. Motor Speech Disorders: Substrates, Differential Diagnosis, and Management (4th Edition) St. Louis: Elsevier (2020).

Hula, W.D., Fergadiotis, G., Swiderski, A.M., Silkes, J.P., and Kellough, S. (2019). Empirical evaluation of computer adaptive alternative short forms of the assessment of anomia severity. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research. 63(1)163-172. doi: 10.1044/2019_JSLHR-L-19-0213

Caudill, T.P., Mamiya, K.H., MacLennan, D.L., & Riegler L.R.J. (2020). Tele-AAC for Adult Populations in Outpatient Settings.  In N. Hall, J. Juengling-Sudkamp, M.L. Gutmann, & E.R. Cohn (eds.). Tele-AAC: Augmentative and Alternative Communication Through Telepractice.  San Diego: Plural Publishing.

MacLennan, D.L. serves as a consultant on: eGAS: A Tool to Support Patient-Centered Goal Attainment Scaling for Cognitive Rehabilitation. R03 National Institute of Health NICHD. McKay Sohlberg PhD, is the primary investigator.

MacLennan, D.L. worked on the "Just One Thing: Custom Care Plans for Caregivers" project, which was funded by The Clinical and Translational Science Institute's (CTSI's) Office of Discovery and Translation (ODAT), University of Minnesota.

Greenspan, W., Obermeyer, J., Tucker, C. A., Grunwald, H., Reinert, L. & Martin, N.  (2020-in press). Clinician Perspectives on the Assessment of Short-term Memory in Aphasia, Aphasiology.

Martin, N. & Dell, G.S.  (2019). Maintenance versus transmission deficits: The effect of delay on naming performance in aphasia. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience. November 27, 2019 |

Martin, N., Schlesinger, J. & Obermeyer, J., Minkina, I., & Rosenberg, S. (in press, Feb 2020). Treatment of verbal short-term memory abilities to improve language function in aphasia. Neuropsychological Rehabilitation.  

Coran, M., Ramos-Escobar, N., Rodriguez-Fornells, A., Laine, M. & Martin, N.  (2019-in press).  "Word Learning In Aphasia: Treatment Implications and Structural Connectivity Analyses. Topics in Language Disorders

Salvatore, A.P., Cannito, MP, Hewitt, J, Dolan, LD, King, G , Brassil, HE (2019), Motor speech and motor limb status in athletes following a concussion, Clinical Archives of Communication Disorders / Vol. 4, No. 3:1-9 / December 2019,

Hegde, M.N. & Salvatore, A.P. (2019). Clinical research in communicative disorders: Principles and strategies, 4th Ed, February, Plural Press, New York City, NY.

Howard, J., Dorgo, S., Salvatore, A.P. & Boyle, J.B. (2019) The use of mobile phone applications for concussions when athletic trainers are not present, Journal of Physical Education, Recreation & Dance, 90:2, 43-51, DOI: 10.1080/07303084.2018.1546632

Salvatore, A.P. (2019). Behaviorism, The Sage Encyclopedia of Human Communication Sciences and Disorders, Vol. 1, 264-268.

Salvatore, A.P. (2019). Concussion, The Sage Encyclopedia of Human Communication Sciences and Disorders, Vol. 1, 460-463.

Salvatore, A.P. (2019). Concussive Injury, The Sage Encyclopedia of Human Communication Sciences and Disorders, Vol. 1, 463-466.

Salvatore, A.P. (2019).Guest Editor, Concussions: Interdisciplinary Management, Seminars in Speech and Language, 40, 1, January, Thieme, NYC, ISSN 0734-0478.

Banks, R.E. & Salvatore, A.P. (2019). Concussions: Activity avoidance and rest recommendation. Seminars in Speech and Language, 40, 1, 27-35. Thieme, NYC.

Diaz-Rodriguez, Y.I. & Salvatore, A.P. (2019). Impact of sport-related subconcussive injuries in soccer players. Seminars in Speech and Language, 40, 1, 48-56. Thieme, NYC.

Sandberg, C., Gray, T., Kiran, S. (2019). Development of a Free Online Interactive Naming Therapy for Bilingual Aphasia.  American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology. 29, 1, 20-29.

Minkina, I., Silkes, J.P., Bislick, L., Madden, E.B., Lai, V., Hunting Pompon, R., Torrence, J., Zimmerman, R.M., Kendall, D. (2019).The Influence of Phonomotor Treatment on Word Retrieval: Insights from Naming Errors. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research. doi: 10.1044/2019_JSLHR-L-19-0014

Silkes, J.P., Baker, C., and Love, T. (2020). The time course of priming in aphasia: An exploration of learning along a continuum of linguistic processing demands. Topics in Language Disorders. 40(1), 54-80. doi: 10.1097/TLD.0000000000000205

Strong, K.A., & Shadden, B.B. (2020). The Power of Story in Identity Renegotiation: Clinical Approaches to Supporting Persons Living With Aphasia. Perspectives of the ASHA Special Interest Groups,  SI: Forum: Life Participation Approach to Aphasia, 1-13.

Utianski, R.L., Martin, P.R., Botha, H., Schwarz, C.G., Duffy, J.R., Petersen, R.C., Clark, H.M., Machulda, M.M., Jack, C.R., Lowe, V.J., Whitwell, J.L., and Josephs, K.A. (2020). Longitudinal Flortaucipir ([18F]AV-1451) PET Imaging in Primary Progressive Apraxia of Speech. Cortex, 124, 33-43. DOI:10.1016/j.cortex.2019.11.002

Utianski, R.L., Schwarz, C.G., Murray, M.E., Tranovich, J.F., Scott, N.E., Lowe, V.J, Whitwell, J.L., and Josephs, K.A. (2019). In vivo imaging and autoradiography in a case of autopsy confirmed Pick's disease. Neurology Clinical Practice. DOI: 10.1212/CPJ.0000000000000755

Lanzi, A., Wallace, S. E., & Bourgeois, M.  (2019) Group external memory aid treatment for mild cognitive impairment, Aphasiology, 33:3, 320-336, DOI:10.1080/02687038.2018.1466104.

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