Pelagie Beeson
Pelagie Beeson
Professor of Speech, Language, and Hearing Sciences, University of Arizona
Bestätigte E-Mail-Adresse bei email.arizona.edu
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Evaluating single-subject treatment research: Lessons learned from the aphasia literature
PM Beeson, RR Robey
Neuropsychology review 16 (4), 161-169, 2006
5902006
Phonological dyslexia and dysgraphia: Cognitive mechanisms and neural substrates
SZ Rapcsak, PM Beeson, ML Henry, A Leyden, E Kim, K Rising, ...
Cortex 45 (5), 575-591, 2009
2112009
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
1982008
Cost function masking during normalization of brains with focal lesions: still a necessity?
SM Andersen, SZ Rapcsak, PM Beeson
Neuroimage 53 (1), 78-84, 2010
1922010
Auditory processing in individuals with mild aphasia: A study of resource allocation
LL Murray, AL Holland, PM Beeson
Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research 40 (4), 792-808, 1997
1921997
The role of left posterior inferior temporal cortex in spelling
SZ Rapcsak, PM Beeson
Neurology 62 (12), 2221-2229, 2004
1792004
The neural substrates of writing: A functional magnetic resonance imaging study
P Beeson, S Rapcsak, E Plante, J Chargualaf, A Chung, S Johnson, ...
Aphasiology 17 (6-7), 647-665, 2003
1602003
Spoken language of individuals with mild fluent aphasia under focused and divided-attention conditions
LL Murray, AL Holland, PM Beeson
Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research 41 (1), 213-227, 1998
1251998
Treating acquired writing impairment: Strengthening graphemic representations
PM Beeson
Aphasiology 13 (9-11), 767-785, 1999
1191999
The efficacy of a semantic cueing procedure on naming performance of adults with aphasia
S Lowell, PM Beeson, AL Holland
American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology 4 (4), 109-114, 1995
1091995
Positive effects of language treatment for the logopenic variant of primary progressive aphasia
PM Beeson, RM King, B Bonakdarpour, ML Henry, H Cho, SZ Rapcsak
Journal of Molecular Neuroscience 45 (3), 724-736, 2011
1082011
Comprehension and production of written words
PM Beeson, ML Henry
Language Intervention Strategies in Aphasia and Related Neurogenic …, 2012
1072012
Do dual-route models accurately predict reading and spelling performance in individuals with acquired alexia and agraphia?
SZ Rapcsak, ML Henry, SL Teague, SD Carnahan, PM Beeson
Neuropsychologia 45 (11), 2519-2524, 2007
1052007
Memory impairment and executive control in individuals with stroke-induced aphasia
PM Beeson, KA Bayles, AB Rubens, AW Kaszniak
Brain and language 45 (2), 253-275, 1993
1031993
A psychophysiological study of compensatory tracking on a digital display
AJ Benson, JHF Huddleston, JM Rolfe
Human factors 7 (5), 457-472, 1965
1031965
The role of left perisylvian cortical regions in spelling
ML Henry, PM Beeson, AJ Stark, SZ Rapcsak
Brain and language 100 (1), 44-52, 2007
962007
Praxis and the right hemisphere
SZ Rapcsak, C Ochipa, PM Beeson, AB Rubens
Brain and Cognition 23 (2), 181-202, 1993
921993
Neuroanatomical correlates of spelling and writing.
SZ Rapcsak, PM Beeson
Psychology Press, 2015
912015
Successful single-word writing treatment: Experimental analyses of four cases
PM Beeson, FM Hirsch, MA Rewega
Aphasiology 16 (4-6), 473-491, 2002
882002
Writing treatment for severe aphasia
PM Beeson, K Rising, J Volk
Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research, 2003
862003
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