Professor Helen J. Chenery
Professor Helen J. Chenery
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Language disorders in dementia of the Alzheimer type
BE Murdoch, HJ Chenery, V Wilks, RS Boyle
Brain and language 31 (1), 122-137, 1987
Conversations between carers and people with Schizophrenia: a qualitative analysis using Leximancer
J Cretchley, C Gallois, H Chenery, A Smith
Qualitative Health Research 20 (12), 1611-1628, 2010
Semantic abilities in dementia of the Alzheimer type: 1. Lexical semantics
SR Smith, BE Murdoch, HJ Chenery
Brain and Language 36 (2), 314-324, 1989
Brain activity during automatic semantic priming revealed by event-related functional magnetic resonance imaging
DA Copland, GI De Zubicaray, K McMahon, SJ Wilson, M Eastburn, ...
Neuroimage 20 (1), 302-310, 2003
Multiple sclerosis: Associated speech and language disorders
FJF Gerald, BE Murdoch, HJ Chenery
Australian Journal of Human Communication Disorders 15 (2), 15-35, 1987
Language impairment in Parkinson's disease
FM Lewis, LL Lapointe, BE Murdoch, HJ Chenery
Aphasiology 12 (3), 193-206, 1998
Evaluation of a caregiver education program to support memory and communication in dementia: A controlled pretest–posttest study with nursing home staff
M Broughton, ER Smith, R Baker, AJ Angwin, NA Pachana, DA Copland, ...
International Journal of Nursing Studies 48 (11), 1436-1444, 2011
Automatic auditory processing of English words as indexed by the mismatch negativity, using a multiple deviant paradigm
CM Pettigrew, BE Murdoch, CW Ponton, S Finnigan, P Alku, J Kei, ...
Ear and hearing 25 (3), 284-301, 2004
Memory and communication support in dementia: research-based strategies for caregivers
ER Smith, M Broughton, R Baker, NA Pachana, AJ Angwin, ...
International Psychogeriatrics 23 (2), 256, 2011
Mobile phones in research and treatment: ethical guidelines and future directions
A Carter, J Liddle, W Hall, H Chenery
JMIR mHealth and uHealth 3 (4), e95, 2015
Respiratory function in Parkinson's subjects exhibiting a perceptible speech deficit: A kinematic and spirometric analysis
BE Murdoch, HJ Chenery, S Bowler, JCL Ingram
Journal of Speech and Hearing Disorders 54 (4), 610-626, 1989
Perceptual speech characteristics of dysarthric speakers following severe closed head injury
DG Theodoros, BE Murdoch, HJ Chenery
Brain injury 8 (2), 101-124, 1994
Semantic priming in Parkinsons disease: Evidence for delayed spreading activation
WL Arnott, HJ Chenery, BE Murdoch, PA Silburn
Journal of Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology 23 (4), 502-519, 2001
Semantic and affective priming as a function of stimulation of the subthalamic nucleus in Parkinson's disease
JE Castner, HJ Chenery, DA Copland, TJ Coyne, F Sinclair, PA Silburn
Brain 130 (5), 1395-1407, 2007
Towards a conceptualization of language and cognitive impairment in closed-head injury: Use of clinical measures
FJ Hinchliffe, BE Murdoch, HJ Chenery
Brain Injury 12 (2), 109-132, 1998
The basal ganglia circuits, dopamine, and ambiguous word processing: A neurobiological account of priming studies in Parkinson's disease
HJ Chenery, AJ Angwin, DA Copland
Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society 14 (3), 351-364, 2008
Memory and communication support strategies in dementia: Effect of a training program for informal caregivers
J Liddle, ER Smith-Conway, R Baker, AJ Angwin, C Gallois, DA Copland, ...
International Psychogeriatrics 24 (12), 1927, 2012
The speed of lexical activation is altered in Parkinson's disease
AJ Angwin, HJ Chenery, DA Copland, BE Murdoch, PA Silburn
Journal of Clinical and experimental Neuropsychology 29 (1), 73-85, 2007
Summation of semantic priming and complex sentence comprehension in Parkinson's disease
AJ Angwin, HJ Chenery, DA Copland, BE Murdoch, PA Silburn
Cognitive Brain Research 25 (1), 78-89, 2005
Dopamine and semantic activation: an investigation of masked direct and indirect priming
AJ Angwin, HJ Chenery, DA Copland, WL Arnott, BE Murdoch, PA Silburn
Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society: JINS 10 (1), 15, 2004
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