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Dr Christos Salis
Sentence production in a discourse context in latent aphasia: A real-time study2022
Dr Christos Salis
Demystifying the complexity of aphasia treatment: Application of the Rehabilitation Treatment Specification System (RTSS)2021
Dr Christos Salis
Evaluating Cognitive-Linguistic Approaches to Interventions for Aphasia Within the Rehabilitation Treatment Specification System2021
Dr Christos Salis
Reliability and validity of the Stroke and Aphasia Quality of Life Scale-39 (SAQOL-39) for a Serbian population2021
Dr Christos Salis
Sentence Recall in Latent and Anomic Aphasia: An Exploratory Study of Semantics and Syntax2021
Dr Christos Salis
Jet Vonk
Systematic review of subjective memory measures to inform assessing memory limitations after stroke and stroke-related aphasia2021
Dr Christos Salis
Aphasia2020
Dr Christos Salis
Temporal and Episodic Analyses of the Story of Cinderella in Latent Aphasia2020
Dr Fiona Menger
Dr Julie Morris
Dr Christos Salis
The impact of aphasia on Internet and technology use2020
James Faraday
Dr Christos Salis
Equipping nurses and care staff to manage mealtime difficulties in people with dementia: A systematic scoping review of training needs and interventions2019
Dr Christos Salis
Memory impairments in aphasia2019
Helen Kelly
Dr Christos Salis
The methodological quality of short-term/working memory treatments in post-stroke aphasia: A systematic review2019
Dr Christos Salis
An International Survey of Assessment Practices for Short-Term and Working Memory Deficits in Aphasia2018
Dr Christos Salis
Short-term and working memory deficits in aphasia: Current issues in theory, evidence, and treatment2018
Dr Christos Salis
Short-term memory span in aphasia: Insights from speech-timing measures2018
Dr Christos Salis
The use of standardised short-term and working memory tests in aphasia research: a systematic review2018
Daniel Welsh
Dr Kellie Morrissey
Dr Christos Salis
Dr John McCarthy
Professor John Vines
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Ticket to talk: Supporting conversation between young people and people with dementia through digital media2018
Dr Christos Salis
Transfer effects on spoken sentence comprehension and functional communication after working memory training in stroke aphasia2018
Dr Fiona Menger
Dr Julie Morris
Dr Christos Salis
Internet Use in Aphasia: A Case Study Viewed Through the International Classification of Functioning, Disability, and Health2017
Dr Christos Salis
Professor David Howard
Dr Nicole Lallini
Short-term and Working Memory Treatments for Improving Sentence Comprehension in Aphasia: A Review and a Replication Study2017
Dr Fiona Menger
Dr Julie Morris
Dr Christos Salis
Aphasia in an Internet Age: Wider Perspectives on Digital Inclusion2016
Dr Christos Salis
Digital technology and aphasia2016
Dr Christos Salis
Aphasia2015
Dr Christos Salis
Assessment and treatment of short-term and working memory impairments in stroke aphasia: A practical tutorial2015
Dr Christos Salis
Short-term memory treatment: Patterns of learning and generalisation to sentence comprehension in a person with aphasia2012
Dr Christos Salis
Aphasia2011
Dr Christos Salis
Comprehension of wh-questions in a case of mixed dementia2011
Dr Christos Salis
Foreword and tabula gratulatoria2011
Dr Christos Salis
Understanding of auditory discourse in older adults: The effects of syntax and working memory2011
Dr Christos Salis
Crowe, S. F., 'The behavioural and emotional complications of traumatic brain injury', London: Psychology Press, 2008 [Book review]2010
Dr Christos Salis
Individual variation and task effects: Response to Inglis2010
Dr Christos Salis
Treating written verbs and sentences in aphasia: A clinical study2010
Dr Christos Salis
Processing of wh-questions in a case of posterior cortical atrophy2009
Dr Christos Salis
Tests of syntactic comprehension in aphasia: An investigation of task effects2009
Dr Christos Salis
Comprehension of wh-questions and declarative sentences in agrammatic aphasia: The set partition hypothesis 2008
Dr Christos Salis
Adaptation theory and non-fluent aphasia in English2004