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Browsing publications by Dr Susan Franklin.

Newcastle AuthorsTitleYearFull text
Dr Julie Morris
Dr Susan Franklin
Disorders of Auditory Comprehension2013
Dr Julie Morris
Dr Susan Franklin
Investigating the effect of a semantic therapy on comprehension in aphasia2012
Dr Julie Morris
Dr Susan Franklin
Dr Fiona Menger
Returning to work with aphasia: A case study.2011
Dr Janet Webster
Dr Susan Franklin
Professor David Howard
An analysis of thematic and phrasal structure in people with aphasia: What more can we learn from the story of Cinderella?2007
Dr Janet Webster
Dr Julie Morris
Dr Susan Franklin
Effects of therapy targeted at verb retrieval and the realisation of the predicate argument structure: A case study2005
Dr Janet Webster
Dr Susan Franklin
Professor David Howard
Investigating the sub-processes involved in the production of thematic structure: An analysis of four people with aphasia2004
Dr Susan Franklin
Beyond aphasia: Therapies for living with communication disability2003
Andrew Whitworth
Dr Susan Franklin
Professor Barbara Dodd
Case Based Problem Solving for Speech and Language Therapy Students2003
Helen Bird
Professor David Howard
Dr Susan Franklin
Verbs and nouns: The importance of being imageable2003
Dr Susan Franklin
Frauke Buerk
Professor David Howard
Generalised improvement in speech production for a subject with reproduction conduction aphasia2002
Helen Bird
Dr Susan Franklin
Professor David Howard
'Little words' - Not really: Function and content words in normal and aphasic speech2002
Helen Bird
Dr Susan Franklin
Professor David Howard
Age of acquisition and imageability ratings for a large set of words, including verbs and function words2001
Dr Janet Webster
Dr Susan Franklin
Professor David Howard
An investigation of the interaction between thematic and phrasal structure in nonfluent agrammatic subjects2001
Helen Bird
Professor David Howard
Dr Susan Franklin
Noun-verb differences? A question of semantics: A response to Shapiro and Caramazza2001
Helen Bird
Professor David Howard
Dr Susan Franklin
Why is a verb like an inanimate object? Grammatical category and semantic category deficits2000
Dr Susan Franklin
Dr Julie Morris
A distinctive case of word meaning deafness?1996
Dr Julie Morris
Dr Susan Franklin
Remediating a speech perception deficit in an aphasic patient1996
Dr Susan Franklin
Professor David Howard
Abstract Word Anomia1995
Dr Julie Morris
Dr Susan Franklin
Aphasia: Assessment and Remediation of a Speech Discrimination Deficit1995
Dr Susan Franklin
Professor David Howard
Abstract Word Meaning Deafness1994
Dr Susan Franklin
Dr Julie Morris
Dissociations in word deafness1994
Dr Susan Franklin
Dr Julie Morris
Word meaning deafness: Effects of word type1994
Professor David Howard
Dr Susan Franklin
Dissociations between Component Mechanisms in Short-Term Memory: Evidence from Brain Damaged Patients1993
Dr Susan Franklin
Professor David Howard
Deaf to the meanings of words1992
Dr Susan Franklin
Professor David Howard
Drawings of an agnosic artist1992
Professor David Howard
Dr Susan Franklin
Memory without rehearsal1991
Dr Susan Franklin
Professor David Howard
Neuropsychological Studies of Auditory Visual Fusion Illusions - 4 Case-Studies and Their Implications1990
Professor David Howard
Dr Susan Franklin
Missing the Meaning?: Cognitive Neuropsychological Study of Processing of Words by an Aphasic Patient1988
Professor David Howard
Dr Susan Franklin
Three ways for understanding written words, and their use in two contrasting cases of 'surface dyslexia'1987
Professor David Howard
Dr Susan Franklin
The facilitation of picture naming in aphasia1985
Professor David Howard
Dr Susan Franklin
The treatment of word retrieval deficits in aphasia: a comparison of two therapy methods1985
Professor David Howard
Dr Susan Franklin
Variability and consistency in picture naming by aphasic patients1984
Dr Susan Franklin
Professor David Howard
Therapy for Anomia: A Comparison of two Facilitation Methods1983