Basic parameters of spontaneous speech as a sensitive method for measuring change during the course of aphasia

Grande M, Hussmann K, Bay E, Christoph S, Piefke M, Willmes K, Huber W (2008)
International Journal of Language and Communication Disorders 43(4): 408-426.

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Grande, Marion; Hussmann, Katja; Bay, Elisabeth; Christoph, Swetlana; Piefke, MartinaUniBi; Willmes, Klaus; Huber, Walter
Erscheinungsjahr
2008
Zeitschriftentitel
International Journal of Language and Communication Disorders
Band
43
Ausgabe
4
Seite(n)
408-426
ISSN
1368-2822
eISSN
1460-6984
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https://pub.uni-bielefeld.de/record/2279628

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Grande M, Hussmann K, Bay E, et al. Basic parameters of spontaneous speech as a sensitive method for measuring change during the course of aphasia. International Journal of Language and Communication Disorders. 2008;43(4):408-426.
Grande, M., Hussmann, K., Bay, E., Christoph, S., Piefke, M., Willmes, K., & Huber, W. (2008). Basic parameters of spontaneous speech as a sensitive method for measuring change during the course of aphasia. International Journal of Language and Communication Disorders, 43(4), 408-426. https://doi.org/10.1080/13682820701685991
Grande, M., Hussmann, K., Bay, E., Christoph, S., Piefke, M., Willmes, K., and Huber, W. (2008). Basic parameters of spontaneous speech as a sensitive method for measuring change during the course of aphasia. International Journal of Language and Communication Disorders 43, 408-426.
Grande, M., et al., 2008. Basic parameters of spontaneous speech as a sensitive method for measuring change during the course of aphasia. International Journal of Language and Communication Disorders, 43(4), p 408-426.
M. Grande, et al., “Basic parameters of spontaneous speech as a sensitive method for measuring change during the course of aphasia”, International Journal of Language and Communication Disorders, vol. 43, 2008, pp. 408-426.
Grande, M., Hussmann, K., Bay, E., Christoph, S., Piefke, M., Willmes, K., Huber, W.: Basic parameters of spontaneous speech as a sensitive method for measuring change during the course of aphasia. International Journal of Language and Communication Disorders. 43, 408-426 (2008).
Grande, Marion, Hussmann, Katja, Bay, Elisabeth, Christoph, Swetlana, Piefke, Martina, Willmes, Klaus, and Huber, Walter. “Basic parameters of spontaneous speech as a sensitive method for measuring change during the course of aphasia”. International Journal of Language and Communication Disorders 43.4 (2008): 408-426.

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The neural correlates of agrammatism: Evidence from aphasic and healthy speakers performing an overt picture description task.
Schönberger E, Heim S, Meffert E, Pieperhoff P, da Costa Avelar P, Huber W, Binkofski F, Grande M., Front Psychol 5(), 2014
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From a concept to a word in a syntactically complete sentence: an fMRI study on spontaneous language production in an overt picture description task.
Grande M, Meffert E, Schoenberger E, Jung S, Frauenrath T, Huber W, Hussmann K, Moormann M, Heim S., Neuroimage 61(3), 2012
PMID: 22504766
Computer-assisted analysis of spontaneous speech: quantification of basic parameters in aphasic and unimpaired language.
Hussmann K, Grande M, Meffert E, Christoph S, Piefke M, Willmes K, Huber W., Clin Linguist Phon 26(8), 2012
PMID: 22774927
Taboo: a novel paradigm to elicit aphasia-like trouble-indicating behaviour in normally speaking individuals.
Meffert E, Tillmanns E, Heim S, Jung S, Huber W, Grande M., J Psycholinguist Res 40(5-6), 2011
PMID: 21750923

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