Recent Publications

Updated February 2024

Tilton-Bolowsky, V., Durfee, A. Z., Bunker, L. D., & Hillis, A. E. (2024). Emotional Prosody and Facial Expressions Differentially Augment Comprehension of Discourse for Left and Right Hemisphere Stroke Survivors. Stroke, 55(Suppl_1), A123-A123. Link.
Kang J, Bunker LD, Stockbridge MD, & Hillis AE. White matter hyperintensities as a predictor of aphasia recovery. Arch. Phys. M. supplement: Topics in Aphasia Rehabilitation. Link.
Raman A, Hillis AE, Stockbridge MD. Shave, shear, shred, or cut: PPA variant differentially impacts erroneous responses produced in a confrontation naming test of verbs. Aphasiology. Link.
Stockbridge MD, Kelly L, Newman-Norlund S, White B, Bourgeois M, Rothermel E, Fridriksson J, Lyden P, Hillis AE. New Picture Stimuli for the NIH Stroke Scale. Stroke. 2024;55:443-451. Link.
Stockbridge MD, Keser Z. Supporting post-stroke language and cognition with pharmacotherapy: Tools for each phase of care. Current Neurology and Neuroscience Reports: Stroke. 2023;23: 335–343. Link.
Tilton-Bolowsky VE, Hillis AE. A Review of Poststroke Aphasia Recovery and Treatment Options. Phys Med Rehabil Clin N Am. 2023/07/11/ 2023;doi: Link.
Stockbridge MD, Elm J, Teklehaimanot A, Cassarly C, Spell L, Fridriksson J, Hillis AE. Individual differences in response to transcranial direct current stimulation with language therapy in subacute stroke. Neurorehabil Neural Repair. 2023;37(8):519–529. Link.
Stockbridge MD, Matchin W, DeLuque E, et al. Mary has a little chair: Eliciting noun-modifier phrases in individuals with acute post-stroke aphasia. Aphasiology. 2023:1-19. doi:10.1080/02687038.2023.2233739. Link.
Stockbridge MD, Faria AV, Fridriksson J, Rorden C, Bonilha L, Hillis AE. Subacute aphasia recovery is associated with resting-state connectivity within and beyond the language network. Annals of Clinical and Translational Neurology. n/a(n/a)doi: Link.
Roth R, Busby N, Wilmskoetter J, et al. Diabetes, brain health, and treatment gains in post-stroke aphasia. Cereb Cortex. 2023;33(13):8557-8564. doi:10.1093/cercor/bhad140. Link.
Tabaac B, Dickstein L, Gurnea K, Hillis AE. Follow-up Imaging After Thrombolysis: FIAT, A Randomized Trial. J Stroke Cerebrovasc Dis. 2023/06/01/ 2023;32(6):107092. doi: Link.
Keser Z, Meier EL, Stockbridge MD, Breining BL, Hillis AE, Sebastian R. Corticocerebellar White Matter Integrity Is Related to Naming Outcome in Post-Stroke Aphasia. Neurobiology of Language. 2023:1-16. doi:10.1162/nol_a_00107. Link.
Sloane KL, Fabian R, Wright A, et al. Supervised, Self-Administered Tablet-Based Cognitive Assessment in Neurodegenerative Disorders and Stroke. Dement Geriatr Cogn Disord. 2023;52(2):74-82. doi:10.1159/000527060. Link.
Busby N, Hillis AE, Bunker L, et al. Comparing the brain–behaviour relationship in acute and chronic stroke aphasia. Brain Communications. 2023;5(2)doi:10.1093/braincomms/fcad014. Link.
Liu CF, Hsu J, Xu X, et al. Digital 3D Brain MRI Arterial Territories Atlas. Sci Data. 2023;10(1):74. Published 2023 Feb 4. doi:10.1038/s41597-022-01923-0. Link.
Breining BL, Faria AV, Tippett DC, et al. Association of Regional Atrophy With Naming Decline in Primary Progressive Aphasia. Neurology. 2023;100(6):e582-e594. doi:10.1212/wnl.0000000000201491. Link.
Stockbridge MD, Bahouth MN, Zink EK, Hillis AE. Socialize, Eat More, and Feel Better: Communal Eating in Acute Neurological Care. Am J Phys Med Rehabil. 2023;102(2S):S38-S42. doi:10.1097/phm.0000000000002123. Link.
Licata AE, Zhao Y, Herrmann O, et al. Sex differences in effects of tDCS and language treatments on brain functional connectivity in primary progressive aphasia. NeuroImage: Clinical. 2023/01/01/ 2023;37:103329. doi: Link.
Metu J, Kotha V, Hillis AE. Evaluating Fluency in Aphasia: Fluency Scales, Trichotomous Judgements, or Machine Learning. Aphasiology. 2023:1-13. doi:10.1080/02687038.2023.2171261. Link.
Hillis AE. Stroke: Dissemination of Exceptional Science to Impact Stroke Care Globally. Am Heart Assoc; 2023. p. 643-645.. Link.
Bunker LD, Hillis AE. Location of Hyperintense Vessels on FLAIR Associated with the Location of Perfusion Deficits in PWI. Journal of Clinical Medicine. 2023; 12(4):1554. Link.
Meyer AM, Snider SF, Tippett DC, et al. Baseline Conceptual-Semantic Impairment Predicts Longitudinal Treatment Effects for Anomia in Primary Progressive Aphasia and Alzheimer’s Disease. Aphasiology. 2023:1-32. doi:10.1080/02687038.2023.2183075. Link.
Durfee AZ, Hillis AE. Unilateral spatial neglect recovery poststroke. Stroke. 2023;54(1):10-19. . Link.
Kristinsson S, Basilakos A, Den Ouden DB, et al. Predicting Outcomes of Language Rehabilitation: Prognostic Factors for Immediate and Long-Term Outcomes After Aphasia Therapy. J Speech Lang Hear Res. 2023;66(3):1068-1084. . Link.
Suh S, DeLuque E, Kelly C, et al. Word picture verification performance reveals auditory comprehension deficits in primary progressive aphasia. J Neurolinguistics. 2023/02/01/ 2023;65:101116. doi: Link.
Stockbridge MD, Tippett DC, Breining BL, Hillis AE. When words first fail: Predicting the emergence of primary progressive aphasia variants from unclassifiable anomic performance in early disease. Aphasiology. 2023/08/03 2023;37(8):1173-1185. doi:10.1080/02687038.2022.2084706. Link.
Bunker LD, Walker A, Meier E, Goldberg E, Leigh R, Hillis AE. Hyperintense vessels on imaging account for neurological function independent of lesion volume in acute ischemic stroke. Neuroimage Clin. 2022;34:102991. doi:10.1016/j.nicl.2022.102991. Link.
Stockbridge MD, Venezia JH, Vitti E, Tippett DC, Hillis AE. Verb Frequency and Density Drive Naming Performance in Primary Progressive Aphasia. Aphasiology. 2022:1-17. . Link.
Stockbridge MD, Vitti E, Faria AV, Hillis AE. Emotional and qualitative outcomes among patients with left and right hemisphere stroke. Original Research. Front Neurol. 2022-November-17 2022;13doi:10.3389/fneur.2022.969331. Link.
Kristinsson S, Busby N, Rorden C, et al. Brain age predicts long-term recovery in post-stroke aphasia. Brain Communications. 2022;4(5)doi:10.1093/braincomms/fcac252. Link.
Kim H, Berube S, Hillis AE. Core lexicon in aphasia: A longitudinal study. Aphasiology. 2022:1-13. doi:10.1080/02687038.2022.2121598. Link.
Stockbridge MD, Bunker LD, Hillis AE. Reversing the Ruin: Rehabilitation, Recovery, and Restoration After Stroke. Curr Neurol Neurosci Rep. 2022/11/01 2022;22(11):745-755. doi:10.1007/s11910-022-01231-5. Link.
Liu P, Baker Z, Li Y, et al. CVR-MRICloud: An online processing tool for CO2-inhalation and resting-state cerebrovascular reactivity (CVR) MRI data. PLoS One. 2022;17(9):e0274220. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0274220. Link.
Matchin W, den Ouden D-B, Hickok G, Hillis AE, Bonilha L, Fridriksson J. The Wernicke conundrum revisited: evidence from connectome-based lesion-symptom mapping. Brain. 2022;145(11):3916-3930. doi:10.1093/brain/awac219. Link.
Berube SK, Goldberg E, Sheppard SM, et al. An Analysis of Right Hemisphere Stroke Discourse in the Modern Cookie Theft Picture. Am J Speech Lang Pathol. 2022;31(5S):2301-2312. doi:doi:10.1044/2022_AJSLP-21-00294. Link.
Stockbridge MD, Keser Z, Bunker LD, Hillis AE. No evidence of impediment by three common classes of prescription drugs to post-stroke aphasia recovery in a retrospective longitudinal sample. PLoS One. 2022;17(6):e0270135. doi:10.1371/journal.pone.0270135. Link.
Ruch K, Stockbridge MD, Walker A, et al. Enhanced Imaging and Language Assessments for Primary Progressive Aphasia. Neurology. 2022;99(18):e2044-e2051. doi:10.1212/wnl.0000000000201040. Link.
Vitti E, Kim G, Stockbridge MD, Hillis AE, Faria AV. Left Hemisphere Bias of NIH Stroke Scale Is Most Severe for Middle Cerebral Artery Strokes. Brief Research Report. Front Neurol. 2022-June-14 2022;13doi:10.3389/fneur.2022.912782. Link.
Stein C, Bunker L, Chu B, Leigh R, Faria A, Hillis AE. Various tests of left neglect are associated with distinct territories of hypoperfusion in acute stroke. Brain Communications. 2022;4(2)doi:10.1093/braincomms/fcac064. Link.
Sheppard SM, Goldberg EB, Sebastian R, Walker A, Meier EL, Hillis AE. Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation Paired With Verb Network Strengthening Treatment Improves Verb Naming in Primary Progressive Aphasia: A Case Series. Am J Speech Lang Pathol. 2022;31(4):1736-1754. doi:doi:10.1044/2022_AJSLP-21-00272. Link.
Meier EL, Kelly CR, Hillis AE. Dissociable language and executive control deficits and recovery in post-stroke aphasia: An exploratory observational and case series study. Neuropsychologia. 2022/07/29/ 2022;172:108270. doi: Link.
Keser Z, Faria AV, Hillis AE. Progressive crossed cerebellar Wallerian degeneration after hemispheric infarct. Stroke. 2022;53(4):e143-e144. . Link.
Fan H, Su P, Lin DDM, et al. Simultaneous hemodynamic and structural imaging of ischemic stroke with magnetic resonance fingerprinting arterial spin labeling. Stroke. 2022;53(6):2016-2025. . Link.
Breitenstein C, Hilari K, Menahemi-Falkov M, et al. Operationalising treatment success in aphasia rehabilitation. Aphasiology. 2022:1-40. doi:10.1080/02687038.2021.2016594. Link.
Behn N, Harrison M, Brady MC, et al. Developing, monitoring, and reporting of fidelity in aphasia trials: core recommendations from the collaboration of aphasia trialists (CATs) trials for aphasia panel. Aphasiology. 2022:1-23. doi:10.1080/02687038.2022.2037502. Link.
Sheppard SM, Stockbridge MD, Keator LM, Murray LL, Blake ML. The Company Prosodic Deficits Keep Following Right Hemisphere Stroke: A Systematic Review. Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society. 2022;28(10):1075-1090. doi:10.1017/S1355617721001302. Link.
Saxena S, Keser Z, Rorden C, et al. Disruptions of the Human Connectome Associated With Hemispatial Neglect. Neurology. 2022;98(2):e107-e114. doi:10.1212/wnl.0000000000013050. Link.
Sheppard SM, Meier EL, Kim KT, et al. Neural correlates of syntactic comprehension: A longitudinal study. Brain Lang. 2022/02/01/ 2022;225:105068. doi: Link.
Zhao Y, Ficek B, Webster K, et al. White Matter Integrity Predicts Electrical Stimulation (tDCS) and Language Therapy Effects in Primary Progressive Aphasia. Neurorehabilitation and Neural Repair. 2021;35(1):44-57. doi:10.1177/1545968320971741. Link.
Riello M, Frangakis CE, Ficek B, Webster KT, Desmond JE, Faria AV, Hillis AE, Tsapkini K. Neural Correlates of Letter and Semantic Fluency in Primary Progressive Aphasia. Brain Sciences. 2022; 12(1):1. Link.
Liu C-F, Hsu J, Xu X, et al. Deep learning-based detection and segmentation of diffusion abnormalities in acute ischemic stroke. Communications Medicine. 2021/12/16 2021;1(1):61. doi:10.1038/s43856-021-00062-8. Link.
Zhao Y, Ficek B, Webster K, et al. White Matter Integrity Predicts Electrical Stimulation (tDCS) and Language Therapy Effects in Primary Progressive Aphasia. Neurorehabilitation and Neural Repair. 2021;35(1):44-57. doi:10.1177/1545968320971741. Link.
Wilmskoetter J, Fridriksson J, Basilakos A, et al. Indirect White Matter Pathways Are Associated With Treated Naming Improvement in Aphasia. Neurorehabilitation and Neural Repair. 2021;35(4):346-355. doi:10.1177/1545968321999052. Link.
Williams NL, Suarez A, Negoita S, Hillis AE, Gottesman RF, Johansen MC. Cardiac Structure and Function Is Associated With Hemispatial Neglect Severity. Front Neurol. 2021;12:666257. . Link.
Vitti E, Hillis AE. Treatment of post-stroke aphasia: A narrative review for stroke neurologists. International Journal of Stroke. 2021;16(9):1002-1008. doi:10.1177/17474930211017807. Link.
Themistocleous C, Ficek B, Webster K, den Ouden D-B, Hillis AE, Tsapkini K. Automatic Subtyping of Individuals with Primary Progressive Aphasia. Journal of Alzheimer's Disease. 2021;79:1185-1194. doi:10.3233/JAD-201101. Link.
Stockbridge MD, Berube S, Goldberg E, et al. Differences in linguistic cohesion within the first year following right- and left-hemisphere lesions. Aphasiology. 2021/03/04 2021;35(3):357-371. doi:10.1080/02687038.2019.1693026. Link.
Stockbridge MD, Walker A, Matchin W, et al. A double dissociation between plural and possessive “s”: Evidence from the Morphosyntactic Generation test. Cogn Neuropsychol. 2021/01/02 2021;38(1):116-123. doi:10.1080/02643294.2020.1833851. Link.
Stockbridge MD, Tippett DC, Breining BL, Vitti E, Hillis AE. Task performance to discriminate among variants of primary progressive aphasia. Cortex. 2021;145:201-211. . Link.
Stockbridge MD, Sheppard SM, Keator LM, Murray LL, Lehman Blake M. Aprosodia Subsequent to Right Hemisphere Brain Damage: A Systematic Review and Meta-Analysis. Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society. 2022;28(7):709-735. doi:10.1017/S1355617721000825. Link.
Stockbridge MD, Matchin W, Walker A, et al. One cat, two cats, red cat, blue cats: eliciting morphemes from individuals with primary progressive aphasia. Aphasiology. 2021/12/02 2021;35(12):1611-1622. doi:10.1080/02687038.2020.1852167. Link.
Staffaroni AM, Weintraub S, Rascovsky K, et al. Uniform data set language measures for bvFTD and PPA diagnosis and monitoring. Alzheimer's & Dementia: Diagnosis, Assessment & Disease Monitoring. 2021;13(1):e12148. . Link.
Sheppard SM, Meier EL, Zezinka Durfee A, Walker A, Shea J, Hillis AE. Characterizing subtypes and neural correlates of receptive aprosodia in acute right hemisphere stroke. Cortex. 2021/08/01/ 2021;141:36-54. doi: Link.
Meier EL, Sheppard SM, Goldberg EB, et al. Dysfunctional tissue correlates of unrelated naming errors in acute left hemisphere stroke. Language, Cognition and Neuroscience. 2022/03/16 2022;37(3):330-347. doi:10.1080/23273798.2021.1980593. Link.
Meier EL, Kelly CR, Goldberg EB, Hillis AE. Executive control deficits and lesion correlates in acute left hemisphere stroke survivors with and without aphasia. Brain Imaging Behav. 2022/04/01 2022;16(2):868-877. doi:10.1007/s11682-021-00580-y. Link.
Kristinsson S, Basilakos A, Elm J, et al. Individualized response to semantic versus phonological aphasia therapies in stroke. Brain Communications. 2021;3(3):fcab174. doi:10.1093/braincomms/fcab174. Link.
Keser Z, Meier EL, Stockbridge MD, Breining BL, Sebastian R, Hillis AE. Thalamic nuclei and thalamocortical pathways after left hemispheric stroke and their association with picture naming. Brain Connect. 2021;11(7):553-565. . Link.
Keator LM, Yourganov G, Basilakos A, et al. Independent contributions of structural and functional connectivity: Evidence from a stroke model. Network Neuroscience. 2021;5(4):911-928. . Link.
Keator LM, Yourganov G, Faria AV, Hillis AE, Tippett DC. Application of the dual stream model to neurodegenerative disease: evidence from a multivariate classification tool in primary progressive aphasia. Aphasiology. 2022/05/04 2022;36(5):618-647. doi:10.1080/02687038.2021.1897079. Link.
Goldberg EB, Meier EL, Sheppard SM, Breining BL, Hillis AE. Stroke recurrence and its relationship with language abilities. J Speech Lang Hear Res. 2021;64(6):2022-2037. . Link.
Fridriksson J, Hillis AE. Current Approaches to the Treatment of Post-Stroke Aphasia. jos. 05 2021;23(2):183-201. doi:10.5853/jos.2020.05015. Link.
Durfee AZ, Sheppard SM, Meier EL, Bunker L, Cui E, Crainiceanu C, Hillis AE. Explicit Training to Improve Affective Prosody Recognition in Adults with Acute Right Hemisphere Stroke. Brain Sciences. 2021; 11(5):667. Link.
Durfee AZ, Sheppard SM, Blake ML, Hillis AE. Lesion loci of impaired affective prosody: A systematic review of evidence from stroke. Brain Cogn. 2021/08/01/ 2021;152:105759. doi: Link.
Breining BL, Faria AV, Caffo B, et al. Neural regions underlying object and action naming: complementary evidence from acute stroke and primary progressive aphasia. Aphasiology. 2022/06/03 2022;36(6):732-760. doi:10.1080/02687038.2021.1907291. Link.
Tippett DC, Hillis AE. Ethical and practical challenges of the communication and behavioral manifestations of primary progressive aphasia. Thieme Medical Publishers; 2020:249-256.. Link.
Tippett DC, Breining B, Goldberg E, et al. Visuomotor figure construction and visual figure delayed recall and recognition in primary progressive aphasia. Aphasiology. 2020/12/01 2020;34(12):1456-1470. doi:10.1080/02687038.2019.1670330. Link.
Suarez A, Saxena S, Oishi K, et al. Influence of age, lesion volume, and damage to dorsal versus ventral streams to viewer- and stimulus-centered hemispatial neglect in acute right hemisphere stroke. Cortex. 2020/05/01/ 2020;126:73-82. doi: Link.
Spell LA, Richardson JD, Basilakos A, et al. Developing, implementing, and improving assessment and treatment fidelity in clinical aphasia research. Am J Speech Lang Pathol. 2020;29(1):286-298. . Link.
Sheppard SM, Keator LM, Breining BL, et al. Right hemisphere ventral stream for emotional prosody identification. Evidence from acute stroke. 2020;94(10):e1013-e1020. doi:10.1212/wnl.0000000000008870. Link.
Sebastian R, Kim JH, Brenowitz R, et al. Cerebellar neuromodulation improves naming in post-stroke aphasia. Brain Communications. 2020;2(2)doi:10.1093/braincomms/fcaa179. Link.
Odolil A, Wright AE, Keator LM, et al. Leukoaraiosis severity predicts rate of decline in primary progressive aphasia. Aphasiology. 2020/03/03 2020;34(3):365-375. doi:10.1080/02687038.2019.1594152. Link.
Meyer AM, Snider SF, McGowan SA, Tippett DC, Hillis AE, Friedman RB. Grammatical ability predicts relative action naming impairment in primary progressive aphasia. Aphasiology. 2020/06/02 2020;34(6):664-674. doi:10.1080/02687038.2020.1734527. Link.
Meier EL, Sheppard SM, Goldberg EB, et al. Naming errors and dysfunctional tissue metrics predict language recovery after acute left hemisphere stroke. Neuropsychologia. 2020;148:107651.. Link.
Meier EL, Breining BL, Sheppard SM, et al. White matter hyperintensities contribute to language deficits in primary progressive aphasia. Cognitive and behavioral neurology: official journal of the Society for Behavioral and Cognitive Neurology. 2020;33(3):179. . Link.
Keser Z, Meier EL, Stockbridge MD, Hillis AE. The role of microstructural integrity of major language pathways in narrative speech in the first year after stroke. J Stroke Cerebrovasc Dis. 2020/09/01/ 2020;29(9):105078. doi: Link.
Keser Z, Sebastian R, Hasan KM, Hillis AE. Right hemispheric homologous language pathways negatively predicts poststroke naming recovery. Stroke. 2020;51(3):1002-1005. . Link.
Keser Z, Hillis AE, Schulz PE, Hasan KM, Nelson FM. Frontal aslant tracts as correlates of lexical retrieval in MS. Neurol Res. 2020;42(9):805-810. . Link.
Keator LM, Faria AV, Kim KT, et al. An Efficient Bedside Measure Yields Prognostic Implications for Language Recovery in Acute Stroke Patients. Cogn Behav Neurol. 2020;33(3). Link.
Kaas B, Hillis AE, Pantelyat A. Progressive supranuclear palsy and pawpaw. Neurology: Clinical Practice. 2020;10(2):e17-e18. doi:10.1212/cpj.0000000000000704. Link.
Hillis AE. Developments in treating the nonmotor symptoms of stroke. Expert Rev Neurother. 2020/06/02 2020;20(6):567-576. doi:10.1080/14737175.2020.1763173. Link.
Fabian R, Bunker L, Hillis AE. Is Aphasia Treatment Beneficial for the Elderly? A Review of Recent Evidence. Current physical medicine and rehabilitation reports. 2020;8:478-492. . Link.
de Aguiar V, Zhao Y, Ficek BN, et al. Cognitive and language performance predicts effects of spelling intervention and tDCS in Primary Progressive Aphasia. Cortex. 2020/03/01/ 2020;124:66-84. doi: Link.
de Aguiar V, Zhao Y, Faria A, et al. Brain volumes as predictors of tDCS effects in primary progressive aphasia. Brain Lang. 2020/01/01/ 2020;200:104707. doi: Link.
Breining BL, Sebastian R. Neuromodulation in Post-stroke Aphasia Treatment. Current Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Reports. 2020/06/01 2020;8(2):44-56. doi:10.1007/s40141-020-00257-5. Link.
Breining BL, Hillis AE. Across diagnoses, naming errors reflect the location of damage. Neurology. 2020;95(20):897-898. doi:10.1212/wnl.0000000000010963. Link.
Blauwendraat C, Reed X, Krohn L, et al. Genetic modifiers of risk and age at onset in GBA associated Parkinson’s disease and Lewy body dementia. Brain. 2019;143(1):234-248. doi:10.1093/brain/awz350. Link.
Faria AV, Meyer A, Friedman R, Tippett DC, Hillis AE. Baseline MRI associates with later naming status in primary progressive aphasia. Brain Lang. 2020/02/01/ 2020;201:104723. doi: Link.
Wilmskoetter J, Marebwa B, Basilakos A, et al. Long-range fibre damage in small vessel brain disease affects aphasia severity. Brain. 2019;142(10):3190-3201. doi:10.1093/brain/awz251. Link.
Taneja K, Lu H, Welch BG, et al. Evaluation of cerebrovascular reserve in patients with cerebrovascular diseases using resting-state MRI: A feasibility study. Magn Reson Imaging. 2019/06/01/ 2019;59:46-52. doi: Link.
Su P, Fan H, Liu P, et al. MR fingerprinting ASL: Sequence characterization and comparison with dynamic susceptibility contrast (DSC) MRI. NMR Biomed. 2020;33(1):e4202. doi: Link.
Kim K, Adams L, Keator LM, et al. Neural processing critical for distinguishing between speech sounds. Brain Lang. 2019/10/01/ 2019;197:104677. doi: Link.
Keator LM, Wright AE, Saxena S, et al. Distinguishing logopenic from semantic & nonfluent variant primary progressive aphasia: Patterns of linguistic and behavioral correlations. Neurocase. 2019/07/04 2019;25(3-4):98-105. doi:10.1080/13554794.2019.1625929. Link.
den Ouden D-B, Malyutina S, Basilakos A, et al. Cortical and structural-connectivity damage correlated with impaired syntactic processing in aphasia. Hum Brain Mapp. 2019;40(7):2153-2173. doi: Link.
Bonilha L, Hillis AE, Wilmskoetter J, et al. Neural structures supporting spontaneous and assisted (entrained) speech fluency. Brain. 2019;142(12):3951-3962. doi:10.1093/brain/awz309. Link.
Blauwendraat C, Pletnikova O, Geiger JT, et al. Genetic analysis of neurodegenerative diseases in a pathology cohort. Neurobiol Aging. 2019;76:214. e1-214. e9. . Link.
Berube S, Nonnemacher J, Demsky C, et al. Stealing Cookies in the Twenty-First Century: Measures of Spoken Narrative in Healthy Versus Speakers With Aphasia. Am J Speech Lang Pathol. 2019;28(1S):321-329. doi:doi:10.1044/2018_AJSLP-17-0131. Link.
Berube S, Hillis AE. Advances and Innovations in Aphasia Treatment Trials. Stroke. 2019;50(10):2977-2984. doi:doi:10.1161/STROKEAHA.119.025290. Link.
Agarwal S, Koch G, Hillis AE, et al. Interrogating cortical function with transcranial magnetic stimulation: insights from neurodegenerative disease and stroke. Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery & Psychiatry. 2019;90(1):47-57. doi:10.1136/jnnp-2017-317371. Link.
Wright A, Tippett D, Saxena S, et al. Leukoaraiosis is independently associated with naming outcome in poststroke aphasia. Neurology. 2018;91(6):e526-e532. doi:10.1212/wnl.0000000000005945. Link.
Wright A, Saxena S, Sheppard SM, Hillis AE. Selective impairments in components of affective prosody in neurologically impaired individuals. Brain Cogn. 2018/07/01/ 2018;124:29-36. doi: Link.
Tsapkini K, Webster KT, Ficek BN, et al. Electrical brain stimulation in different variants of primary progressive aphasia: A randomized clinical trial. Alzheimer's & Dementia: Translational Research & Clinical Interventions. 2018/01/01/ 2018;4:461-472. doi: Link.
Trupe LA, Mulheren RW, Tippett D, Hillis AE, González-Fernández M. Neural Mechanisms of Swallowing Dysfunction and Apraxia of Speech in Acute Stroke. Dysphagia. 2018/10/01 2018;33(5):610-615. doi:10.1007/s00455-018-9879-6. Link.
Tippett DC, Godin BR, Oishi K, et al. Impaired Recognition of Emotional Faces after Stroke Involving Right Amygdala or Insula. Semin Speech Lang. 2018/01/22 2018;39(01):087-100. doi:10.1055/s-0037-1608859. Link.
Shahid H, Sebastian R, Tippett DC, et al. Regional Brain Dysfunction Associated with Semantic Errors in Comprehension. Semin Speech Lang. 2018/01/22 2018;39(01):079-086. doi:10.1055/s-0037-1608858. Link.
Sebastian R, Thompson CB, Wang N-Y, et al. Patterns of decline in naming and semantic knowledge in primary progressive aphasia. Aphasiology. 2018/09/02 2018;32(9):1010-1030. doi:10.1080/02687038.2018.1490388. Link.
Patel S, Oishi K, Wright A, et al. Right hemisphere regions critical for expression of emotion through prosody. Front Neurol. 2018;9:224. . Link.
McKinnon ET, Fridriksson J, Basilakos A, et al. Types of naming errors in chronic post-stroke aphasia are dissociated by dual stream axonal loss. Sci Rep. 2018/09/25 2018;8(1):14352. doi:10.1038/s41598-018-32457-4. Link.
Marsh EB, Lawrence E, Hillis AE, Chen K, Gottesman RF, Llinas RH. Pre-stroke employment results in better patient-reported outcomes after minor stroke: Short title: Functional outcomes after minor stroke. Clinical Neurology and Neurosurgery. 2018/02/01/ 2018;165:38-42. doi: Link.
Long C, Sebastian R, Faria AV, Hillis AE. Longitudinal imaging of reading and naming recovery after stroke. Aphasiology. 2018/07/03 2018;32(7):839-854. doi:10.1080/02687038.2017.1417538. Link.
Hillis AE, Beh YY, Sebastian R, et al. Predicting recovery in acute poststroke aphasia. Ann Neurol. 2018;83(3):612-622. doi: Link.
Fridriksson J, den Ouden D-B, Hillis AE, et al. Anatomy of aphasia revisited. Brain. 2018;141(3):848-862. doi:10.1093/brain/awx363. Link.
Ficek BN, Wang Z, Zhao Y, et al. The effect of tDCS on functional connectivity in primary progressive aphasia. NeuroImage: Clinical. 2018/01/01/ 2018;19:703-715. doi: Link.
Faria AV, Race D, Kim K, Hillis AE. The eyes reveal uncertainty about object distinctions in semantic variant primary progressive aphasia. Cortex. 2018/06/01/ 2018;103:372-381. doi: Link.
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