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Dr Janet Webster
Dr Julie Morris
Professor David Howard
Reading comprehension in aphasia: the relationship between linguistic performance, personal perspective, and preferences2022
Dr Julie Morris
Dr Janet Webster
Everyday reading in aphasia: Does advance picture context influence reading speed and comprehension?2021
Dr Janet Webster
Dr Julie Morris
Jenny Malone
Professor David Howard
Reading comprehension difficulties in people with aphasia: Investigating personal perception of reading ability, practice and difficulties2021
Miren Arantzeta Perez
Professor David Howard
Dr Janet Webster
Bilingual aphasia: assessing cross-linguistic asymmetries and bilingual advantage in sentence comprehension deficits2019
Dr Janet Webster
Dr Julie Morris
Communicative informativeness in aphasia: Investigating the relationship between linguistic and perceptual measures2019
Dr Janet Webster
"The brain can't cope": Insights about reading from people with chronic aphasia.2018
Dr Janet Webster
A core outcome set for aphasia treatment research: the ROMA consensus statement2018
Dr Janet Webster
Dr Julie Morris
Communicative informativeness in aphasia.2018
Dr Julie Morris
Dr Janet Webster
Language assessment in aphasia: an international survey of practice2018
Dr Janet Webster
Dr Julie Morris
Professor David Howard
Maria Garraffa
Reading for meaning: What influences paragraph understanding in aphasia?2018
Thi Nguyen
Dr Julie Morris
Dr Janet Webster
Reading of everyday texts by people with aphasia: Do advance organisers help?2018
Miren Arantzeta Perez
Dr Janet Webster
Professor David Howard
What happens when they think they are right? Error awareness analysis of sentence comprehension deficits in aphasia2018
Dr Anne Whitworth
Dr Janet Webster
Professor David Howard
Aphasia Cognitive Neuropsychological Assessment and Treatment: A Clinical Guideline [in Chinese]2016
Dr Anne Whitworth
Dr Janet Webster
Professor David Howard
Argument structure deficit in aphasia: it’s not all about verbs2015
Dr Anne Whitworth
Dr Janet Webster
Beyond narrative: Is there an implicit structure to the way in which adults organise their discourse?2015
Dr Anne Whitworth
Dr Janet Webster
Generalisation: exploring change across language levels2015
Dr Janet Webster
Dr Julie Morris
Is it time to stop "fishing"? A review of generalisation following aphasia intervention2015
Dr Anne Whitworth
Dr Janet Webster
Professor David Howard
NARNIA: a new twist to an old tale. A pilot RCT to evaluate a multilevel approach to improving discourse in aphasia2015
Dr Anne Whitworth
Dr Janet Webster
Professor David Howard
Shitsugosho rinsho no ninchi-shinkei-shinrigaku-teki apurouchi: hyouka to rihabiriteishon no tameno gaido bukku/. [A cognitive neuropsychological approach to assessment and intervention in Aphasia: A clinician's guide, 2014]2015
Dr Anne Whitworth
Dr Janet Webster
Professor David Howard
A Cognitive Neuropsychological Approach to Assessment and Intervention in Aphasia: A Clinician's Guide2014
Dr Anne Whitworth
Dr Janet Webster
Dr Julie Morris
Acquired aphasia2014
Dr Janet Webster
Dr Julie Morris
Information, Support and Training Needs of Relatives of People with Aphasia: Evidence from the literature2014
Dr Janet Webster
Dr Anne Whitworth
AL: Accessing the predicate argument structure2013
Dr Janet Webster
Dr Julie Morris
Cathriona Connor
Text level reading comprehension in aphasia: What do we know about therapy and what do we need to know?2013
Dr Janet Webster
Professor David Howard
Assessment of agrammatic language2012
Cathriona Connor
Dr Janet Webster
Can oral reading aid reading comprehension?2012
Dr Anne Whitworth
Dr Janet Webster
Professor David Howard
Clinical aphasiology and CNP: A pragmatic alliance. Commentary on Laine and Martin, Cognitive neuropsychology has been, is, and will be significant to aphasiology2012
Dr Janet Webster
Dr Anne Whitworth
Treating verbs in aphasia: Exploring the impact of therapy at the single word and sentence levels2012
Christopher Plant
Dr Janet Webster
Dr Anne Whitworth
Category norm data and relationships with lexical frequency and typicality within verb semantic categories2011
Dr Janet Webster
Contrasting therapy effects for verb and sentence processing difficulties: A discussion of what worked and why2009
Dr Julie Morris
Dr Janet Webster
Dr Anne Whitworth
Professor David Howard
Newcastle University Aphasia Therapy Resources: Auditory Processing2009
Dr Janet Webster
Dr Julie Morris
Dr Anne Whitworth
Professor David Howard
Newcastle University Aphasia Therapy Resources: Sentence Processing2009
Dr Julie Morris
Dr Janet Webster
Dr Anne Whitworth
Professor David Howard
Newcastle University Aphasia Therapy Resources: Written Comprehension2009
Dr Janet Webster
Dr Anne Whitworth
AL: Accessing the predicate argument structure2007
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 Anne Whitworth
Dr Janet Webster
Professor David Howard
A Cognitive Neuropsychological Approach to Assessment and Intervention in Aphasia: A Clinician's Guide2005
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 Janet Webster
Dr Susan Franklin
Professor David Howard
An investigation of the interaction between thematic and phrasal structure in nonfluent agrammatic subjects2001