Stacy Harnish
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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
American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, 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
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
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
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
Desistance from sexual offending
DA Harris, RM Cudmore
Oxford University Press, 2015
Thinking about better speech: mental practice for stroke-induced motor speech impairments
SJ Page, S Harnish
Aphasiology 26 (2), 127-142, 2012
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
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
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
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
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