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Student Research

Huck Koester (2009). Outcomes of PSU Stroke Camp for people with aphasia.

Stephen McCorkle (2009). Facilitators and Barriers to Internet-based computer games for survivors of brain injury.

Nicole Boyer (2008). Qualitative analysis of the evolution of meta-awareness in a dyad with aphasia.

Melissa Lathan (2007). Peer perceptions of an adult with aphasia’s communicative competence.

Jennifer Peddicord (2007) Priming effects for word retrieval.

Caitlin Fitzgerald (2007) Comparisons of sucking patterns for normal infants and infants with cleft lip and palate.

Jennifer Hunefeld (2007). The efficacy of solution-focused therapy on two dyads living with aphasia.

Tracy Sheets (2006). Improving the communicative competence of individuals with dementia with external visual supports.

Bree Rauworth (2006) Effects of solution-focused therapy on conversational performance of a dyad with an aphasic member.

Lisa Dubitsky (2005). Social networks in a newly formed self-help group for people with aphasia and their caregivers.

Katherine Oberhofer (2005). Use of representational strategies by stroke survivors with aphasia.

Mary Lynn Hindal (2004). ALS severity and purposes of communication with technology.

Nicole King (2003). Temporal lobe correlates of episodic and semantic retrieval in Alzheimer’s disease.

Amanda Tarr (2003). An analysis of Stroke Camp outcomes for stroke survivors wtih aphasia.

Darren Packard (2002). PSU stroke camp and caregivers of persons with aphasia: A qualitative study of psychosocial outcomes.

Lisa Dubitsky (2005). Social networks in a newly formed self-help group for people with aphasia dn their caregivers.

Monique Mascarinas (2004). Collectivism: Cultural challenges for augmentative and alternative (AAC) teams

Dayna Chapin (2003.) Communicative outcomes for persons with aphasia attending Portland State University Stroke Camp.

Sara Pourchot (2003). Psychosocial and participation outcomes for a transition group of men with neurogenic communication disorders.

Holly Utter (2003). Case study of voice banking procedure for an adult with ALS.

Tom Schramm (2003). Communicative competence in adult augmentative and alternative communication users with aphasia.

Megan Taylor Stephens (2002). Word retrieval and dementia risk in an elderly sample.

Janet Gregory (2002). Initial outomes of caregiver training for families of girls with Rett syndrome.

Kelly Clark (2001). Qualitative analysis of the psychosocial outcomes of Stroke Camp for families affected by aphasia.

Danielle Mapes (2001). Qualitative analysis of speech-language pathology students' outcomes during a preservice training program at PortlandStateUniversity.

Kate Sullivan (2001). Qualitative case study of a woman living with multiple sclerosis.

Connie Leasure (2001). The relationship between naming errors and the acquisition of dementia in optimally healthy young-old and old-old adults.

Bradley Hendershott (2000). Outcomes of three conversational communication aid training components for an adult with aphasia.

Jamie Barczak (1999). Measuring psychosocial change: Levels of communicative comfort in adults with aphasia and their partners following group speech-language treatment.