Lynn M. Maher
Lynn M. Maher
Professor of Communication Sciences and Disorders
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A pilot study of use-dependent learning in the context of constraint induced language therapy
LM Maher, D Kendall, JA Swearengin, A Rodriguez, SA Leon, K Pingel, ...
Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society: JINS 12 (6), 843, 2006
Translational research in aphasia: From neuroscience to neurorehabilitation
AM Raymer, P Beeson, A Holland, D Kendall, LM Maher, N Martin, ...
American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, 2008
Conceptual apraxia from lateralized lesions
KM Heilman, LM Maher, ML Greenwald, LJG Rothi
Neurology 49 (2), 457-464, 1997
Ecological implications of limb apraxia: evidence from mealtime behavior
AL Foundas, BL Macauley, AM Raymer, LM Maher, KM Heilman, ...
Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society 1 (1), 62-66, 1995
Cognitive neuropsychological analysis and neuroanatomic correlates in a case of acute anomia
AM Raymer, AL Foundas, LM Maher, ML Greenwald, M Morris, LJG Rothi, ...
Brain and language 58 (1), 137-156, 1997
Spatial characteristics of thematic role representation
A Chatterjee, LM Maher, KM Heilman
Neuropsychologia 33 (5), 643-648, 1995
Asyntactic thematic role assignment: The use of a temporal-spatial strategy
A Chatterjee, LM Maher, LJG Rothi, KM Heilman
Brain and Language 49 (2), 125-139, 1995
Behavioral and neurophysiologic response to therapy for chronic aphasia
JI Breier, J Juranek, LM Maher, S Schmadeke, D Men, AC Papanicolaou
Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation 90 (12), 2026-2033, 2009
Selective deficit of praxis imagery in ideomotor apraxia
C Ochipa, SZ Rapcsak, LM Maher, LJG Rothi, D Bowers, KM Heilman
Neurology 49 (2), 474-480, 1997
Constraint induced language therapy in early aphasia rehabilitation
M Kirmess, LM Maher
Aphasiology 24 (6-8), 725-736, 2010
Management of anomia
LM Maher, AM Raymer
Topics in stroke rehabilitation 11 (1), 10-21, 2004
Gesture laterality in aphasic and apraxic stroke patients
AL Foundas, BL Macauley, AM Raymer, LM Maher, KM Heilman, ...
Brain and Cognition 29 (2), 204-213, 1995
The significance of body part as tool errors in limb apraxia
AM Raymer, LM Maher, AL Foundas, KM Heilman, LJG Rothi
Brain and cognition 34 (2), 287-292, 1997
Changes in maps of language activity activation following melodic intonation therapy using magnetoencephalography: two case studies
JI Breier, S Randle, LM Maher, AC Papanicolaou
Journal of clinical and experimental neuropsychology 32 (3), 309-314, 2010
Functional imaging before and after constraint-induced language therapy for aphasia using magnetoencephalography
JI Breier, LM Maher, B Novak, AC Papanicolaou
Neurocase 12 (6), 322-331, 2006
Lack of error awareness in an aphasic patient with relatively preserved auditory comprehension
LM Maher, LJG Rothi, KM Heilman
Brain and Language 46 (3), 402-418, 1994
Changes in language-specific brain activation after therapy for aphasia using magnetoencephalography: a case study
JI Breier, LM Maher, S Schmadeke, KM Hasan, AC Papanicolaou
Neurocase 13 (3), 169-177, 2007
Ideomotor apraxia in Alzheimer disease and left hemisphere stroke: limb transitive and intransitive movements.
AL Foundas, BL Macauley, AM Raymer, LM Maher, LJ Rothi, KM Heilman
Neuropsychiatry, neuropsychology, and behavioral neurology 12 (3), 161-166, 1999
Attention and anosognosia: The case of a jargonaphasic patient with unawareness of language deficit
JE Shuren, CS Hammond, LM Maher, LJG Rothi, KM Heilman
Neurology 45 (2), 376-378, 1995
Spatiotemporal patterns of language-specific brain activity in patients with chronic aphasia after stroke using magnetoencephalography
JI Breier, EM Castillo, C Boake, R Billingsley, L Maher, G Francisco, ...
Neuroimage 23 (4), 1308-1316, 2004
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