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Neurogenic disorders of speech and language

Chapter by: Sarno, Martha Taylor; Galgano, Jessica
in: Physical rehabilitation by O
Philadelphia, PA : F.A. Davis Company, [2019]
pp. 1266-1293
ISBN: 0803661622
CID: 3834752


Chapter by: Sarno, MT
in: Reference module in neuroscience and biobehavioral psychology by Stein, John (Ed)
[S.l.] : Elsevier, 2017
pp. ?-?
ISBN: 9780128093245
CID: 3855852

An introduction to neurogenic speech and language disorders

Chapter by: Sarno, M.T.; Galgano, Jessica
in: Physical rehabilitation by
Philadelphia : F.A. Davis Co., 2014
pp. 1266-1293
ISBN: 0803625790
CID: 3834742


Chapter by: Sarno, Martha Taylor
in: The Glass Garden : a therapeutic oasis in New York City by Chambers, Nancy K; Fried, Gwenn; Wichrowski, Matthew (Eds)
[Westport, CT] : Arena Books, 2014
pp. 10-11
ISBN: 0979792266
CID: 3834772


Chapter by: Sarno, Martha Taylor
in: Aphasia and related neurogenic language disorders by LaPointe, Leonard L [Eds]
New York : Thieme, 2011
pp. ?-?
ISBN: 1604062622
CID: 1471962

Neurogenic disorders of speech and language

Chapter by: Sarno, Martha Taylor
in: Physical rehabilitation : by O'Sullivan, Susan B; Schmitz, Thomas J [Eds]
Philadelphia : F.A. Davis, c2007
pp. ?-?
ISBN: 9780803612471
CID: 1471562

Living with chronic aphasia : a preliminary study

Chapter by: Sarno, Martha Taylor; Cho, Young Susan; Norman, Robert
in: ISPRM : 4th World Congress of the International Society of Physical and Rehabilitation Medicine : June 10-14, 2007, COEX, Seoul, Korea : abstracts by
ISPRM, 2007. Seoul :
pp. ?-?
ISBN: n/a
CID: 3855872

Evolution of phonemic word fluency performance in post-stroke aphasia

Sarno, Martha Taylor; Postman, Whitney Anne; Cho, Young Susan; Norman, Robert G
In this longitudinal study, quantitative and qualitative changes in responses of people with aphasia were examined on a phonemic fluency task. Eighteen patients were tested at 3-month intervals on the letters F-A-S while they received comprehensive, intensive treatment from 3 to 12 months post-stroke. They returned for a follow-up evaluation at an average of 10 months post-intervention. Mean group scores improved significantly from beginning to end of treatment, but declined post-intervention. Patients produced a significantly greater number and proportion of modifiers (adjectives and adverbs) between the beginning and end of treatment, with no decline afterwards, implying that they had access to a wider range of grammatical categories over time. Moreover, patients used significantly more phonemic clusters in generating word lists by the end of treatment. These gains may be attributed to the combined effects of time since onset and the linguistic and cognitive stimulation that patients received in therapy. LEARNING OUTCOMES: Readers of this paper should (1) gain a better understanding of verbal fluency performance in the assessment of aphasia, (2) recognize the importance of analyzing qualitative aspects of single word production in aphasia, and (3) contribute to their clinical judgment of long term improvement in aphasia.
PMID: 15571711
ISSN: 0021-9924
CID: 156542

Aphasia therapies : historical perspectives and moral imperatives

Chapter by: Sarno, Martha Taylor
in: Challenging aphasia therapies : broadening the discourse and extending the boundaries by Duchan, Judith F; Byng, Sally [Eds]
Hove ; New York : Psychology Press, 2004
pp. 19-31
ISBN: 020346270x
CID: 1472062

The aphasia handbook

Sarno, Martha Taylor; Peters, Joan F; Parr, Susie
New York : National Aphasia Association, 2004
Extent: 178 p. ; 25 cm.
ISBN: 9780975853900
CID: 1471972