Name
Aphasiology
Subjects
Arts and Humanities
Language and Linguistics
Medicine
Neuroscience
Nursing
Psychology
Social Sciences
ISSN
0268-7038
Description
Aphasiology is concerned with all aspects of language impairment and disability and related disorders resulting from brain damage. It provides a forum for the exchange of knowledge and the dissemination of current research and expertise in all aspects of aphasia and related topics, from all disciplinary perspectives. Aphasiology includes papers on clinical, psychological, linguistic, social and neurological perspectives of aphasia, and attracts contributions and readership from researchers and practitioners in speech and language pathology, neurology, neuropsychology and neurolinguistics. Studies using a wide range of empirical methods, including experimental, clinical and single case studies, surveys and physical investigations are published in addition to regular features including major reviews, clinical fora, case studies, and book reviews.
Impact Factor (2 years)
1.669
Publisher
Taylor & Francis
Journal Webpage
Journal type
Hybrid Journal

Journals Publications
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Issue DateTitleAuthor(s)
12-Aug-2020Linguistic theory and aphasia: an overviewGarraffa, Maria ; Fyndanis, Valantis 
22020RELEASE: a protocol for a systematic review based, individual participant data, meta- and network meta-analysis, of complex speech-language therapy interventions for stroke-related aphasiaBrady, Marian C. ; Ali, Myzoon ; VandenBerg, Kathryn ; Williams, Linda J. ; Williams, Louise R. ; Abo, Masahiro ; Becker, Frank ; Bowen, Audrey ; Brandenburg, Caitlin ; Breitenstein, Caterina ; Bruehl, Stefanie ; Copland, David A. ; Cranfill, Tamara B. ; Di Pietro-Bachmann, Marie ; Enderby, Pamela ; Fillingham, Joanne ; Galli, Federica Lucia ; Gandolfi, Marialuisa ; Glize, Bertrand ; Godecke, Erin ; Hawkins, Neil ; Hilari, Katerina ; Hinckley, Jacqueline ; Horton, Simon ; Howard, David ; Jaecks, Petra ; Jefferies, Elizabeth ; Jesus, Luis M. T. ; Kambanaros, Maria ; Kang, Eun Kyoung ; Khedr, Eman M. ; Kong, Anthony Pak-Hin ; Kukkonen, Tarja ; Laganaro, Marina ; Ralph, Matthew A. Lambon ; Laska, Ann Charlotte ; Leemann, Beatrice ; Leff, Alexander P. ; Lima, Roxele R. ; Lorenz, Antje ; MacWhinney, Brian ; Marshall, Rebecca Shisler ; Mattioli, Flavia ; Mavis, İlknur ; Meinzer, Marcus ; Nilipour, Reza ; Noe, Enrique ; Papathanasiou, Ilias ; Patricio, Brigida F. ; Martins, Isabel Pavao ; Price, Cathy ; Jakovac, Tatjana Prizl ; Rochon, Elizabeth ; Rose, Miranda L. ; Rosso, Charlotte ; Rubi-Fessen, Ilona ; Ruiter, Marina B. ; Snell, Claerwen ; Stahl, Benjamin ; Szaflarski, Jerzy P. ; Thomas, Shirley A. ; Van de Sandt-Koenderman, Mieke ; Van der Meulen, Ineke ; Visch-Brink, Evy ; Worrall, Linda ; Wright, Heather Harris 
324-Jun-2019Evaluating the quality of conduct of systematic reviews on the application of transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS) for aphasia rehabilitation post-strokeGeorgiou, Anastasios M. ; Lada, Eleni ; Kambanaros, Maria 
42-Jan-2017Verb–noun dissociations in relapsing-remitting multiple sclerosis: verb effects of semantic complexity and phonological relatednessKambanaros, Maria ; Messinis, Lambros ; Nasios, Grigorios ; Nousia, Anastasia ; Papathanasopoulos, Panagiotis G. 
515-Jul-2014Time for a step change? Improving the efficiency, relevance, reliability, validity and transparency of aphasia rehabilitation research through core outcome measures, a common data set and improved reporting criteriaBrady, Marian C. ; Ali, Myzoon ; Fyndanis, Chrysovalantis ; Kambanaros, Maria ; Grohmann, Kleanthes K. ; Laska, Ann Charlotte ; Hernández-Sacristán, Carlos ; Varlokosta, Spyridoula 
62013Phonological dysgraphia in bilingual aphasia: evidence from a case study of Greek and EnglishKambanaros, Maria ; Weekes, Brendan Stuart 
7May-2011The production and comprehension of verbs with alternating transitivity by patients with non-fluent aphasiaStavrakaki, Stavroula ; Alexiadou, Artemis ; Kambanaros, Maria ; Bostantjopoulou, Sevasti ; Katsarou, Zoe 
8Feb-2010Action and object naming versus verb and noun retrieval in connected speech: comparisons in late bilingual Greek–English anomic speakersKambanaros, Maria