|Impact of changed positive and negative task-related brain activity on word-retrieval in aging|
M Meinzer, L Seeds, T Flaisch, S Harnish, ML Cohen, K McGregor, ...
Neurobiology of aging 33 (4), 656-669, 2012
|Recent developments in functional and structural imaging of aphasia recovery after stroke|
M Meinzer, S Harnish, T Conway, B Crosson
Aphasiology 25 (3), 271-290, 2011
|Dysgraphia in Alzheimer’s disease: a review for clinical and research purposes|
J Neils-Strunjas, K Groves-Wright, P Mashima, S Harnish
Journal of speech, Language, and Hearing research, 2006
|Same modulation but different starting points: performance modulates age differences in inferior frontal cortex activity during word-retrieval|
M Meinzer, T Flaisch, L Seeds, S Harnish, D Antonenko, V Witte, ...
PLoS One 7 (3), e33631, 2012
|Dosing of a cued picture-naming treatment for anomia|
SM Harnish, J Morgan, JP Lundine, A Bauer, F Singletary, ML Benjamin, ...
American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology 23 (2), S285-S299, 2014
|Use of fMRI in the study of chronic aphasia recovery after therapy: A case study|
SM Harnish, J Neils-Strunjas, M Lamy, J Eliassen
Topics in Stroke Rehabilitation 15 (5), 468-483, 2008
|Affected arm use and cortical change in stroke patients exhibiting minimal hand movement|
SJ Page, SM Harnish, M Lamy, JC Eliassen, JP Szaflarski
Neurorehabilitation and neural repair 24 (2), 195-203, 2010
|Motor cortex preactivation by standing facilitates word retrieval in aphasia|
M Meinzer, C Breitenstein, U Westerhoff, J Sommer, N Rösser, ...
Neurorehabilitation and neural repair 25 (2), 178-187, 2011
|A behavioral manipulation engages right frontal cortex during aphasia therapy|
ML Benjamin, S Towler, A Garcia, H Park, A Sudhyadhom, S Harnish, ...
Neurorehabilitation and neural repair 28 (6), 545-553, 2014
|Lesion symptom mapping of manipulable object naming in nonfluent aphasia: Can a brain be both embodied and disembodied?|
J Reilly, S Harnish, A Garcia, J Hung, AD Rodriguez, B Crosson
Cognitive Neuropsychology 31 (4), 287-312, 2014
|Perceptual cues used by listeners to discriminate fluent from nonfluent narrative discourse|
H Park, Y Rogalski, AD Rodriguez, Z Zlatar, M Benjamin, S Harnish, ...
Aphasiology 25 (9), 998-1015, 2011
|Nonverbal working memory as a predictor of anomia treatment success|
SM Harnish, JP Lundine
American journal of speech-language pathology 24 (4), S880-S894, 2015
|Language changes coincide with motor and fMRI changes following upper extremity motor therapy for hemiparesis: a brief report|
S Harnish, M Meinzer, J Trinastic, D Fitzgerald, S Page
Brain imaging and behavior 8 (3), 370-377, 2014
|In search of meaning: reading and writing in Alzheimer's disease|
SM Harnish, J Neils-Strunjas
Seminars in Speech and Language 29 (01), 044-059, 2008
|Thinking about better speech: mental practice for stroke-induced motor speech impairments|
SJ Page, S Harnish
Aphasiology 26 (2), 127-142, 2012
|Desistance from sexual offending|
Current Psychiatry Reports 23 (2), 1-7, 2021
|Visual discrimination predicts naming and semantic association accuracy in Alzheimer’s disease|
SM Harnish, J Neils-Strunjas, J Eliassen, J Reilly, M Meinzer, JG Clark, ...
Cognitive and behavioral neurology: official journal of the Society for …, 2010
|Aerobic exercise as an adjuvant to aphasia therapy: Theory, preliminary findings, and future directions|
SM Harnish, AD Rodriguez, DS Blackett, C Gregory, L Seeds, ...
Clinical Therapeutics 40 (1), 35-48. e6, 2018
|Adolescent summaries of narrative and expository discourse: Differences and predictors|
JP Lundine, SM Harnish, RJ McCauley, DS Blackett, A Zezinka, W Chen, ...
Language, Speech, and Hearing Services in Schools 49 (3), 551-568, 2018
|Exploring summarization differences for two types of expository discourse in adolescents with traumatic brain injury|
JP Lundine, SM Harnish, RJ McCauley, AB Zezinka, DS Blackett, RA Fox
American journal of speech-language pathology 27 (1), 247-257, 2018