Leora R. Cherney
Leora R. Cherney
Rehabilitation Institute of Chicago & Northwestern University
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Guidelines for adult stroke rehabilitation and recovery: a guideline for healthcare professionals from the American Heart Association/American Stroke Association
CJ Winstein, J Stein, R Arena, B Bates, LR Cherney, SC Cramer, ...
Stroke 47 (6), e98-e169, 2016
Evidence-based systematic review: Effects of intensity of treatment and constraint-induced language therapy for individuals with stroke-induced aphasia
LR Cherney, JP Patterson, A Raymer, T Frymark, T Schooling
Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research, 2008
Communication partner training in aphasia: A systematic review
N Simmons-Mackie, A Raymer, E Armstrong, A Holland, LR Cherney
Archives of physical medicine and rehabilitation 91 (12), 1814-1837, 2010
Recovery of functional status after right hemisphere stroke: relationship with unilateral neglect
LR Cherney, AS Halper, CM Kwasnica, RL Harvey, M Zhang
Archives of physical medicine and rehabilitation 82 (3), 322-328, 2001
Computerized script training for aphasia: Preliminary results
LR Cherney, AS Halper, AL Holland, R Cole
American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology, 2008
Communication partner training in aphasia: An updated systematic review
N Simmons-Mackie, A Raymer, LR Cherney
Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation 97 (12), 2202-2221. e8, 2016
Aphasia, alexia, and oral reading
L Reiff Cherney
Topics in stroke rehabilitation 11 (1), 22-36, 2004
Intensity of aphasia therapy: Evidence and efficacy
LR Cherney, JP Patterson, AM Raymer
Current neurology and neuroscience reports 11 (6), 560, 2011
Oral reading for language in aphasia (ORLA): Evaluating the efficacy of computer-delivered therapy in chronic nonfluent aphasia
LR Cherney
Topics in stroke rehabilitation 17 (6), 423-431, 2010
Telerehabilitation, virtual therapists, and acquired neurologic speech and language disorders
LR Cherney, S Van Vuuren
Seminars in speech and language 33 (3), 243, 2012
Conversational script performance in adults with non‐fluent aphasia: Treatment intensity and aphasia severity
JB Lee, RC Kaye, LR Cherney
Aphasiology 23 (7-8), 885-897, 2009
Aphasia treatment: Intensity, dose parameters, and script training
LR Cherney
International Journal of Speech-Language Pathology 14 (5), 424-431, 2012
Clinical management of right hemisphere dysfunction
AS Halper, LR Cherney, MS Burns
Aspen Publishers, 1996
IMITATE: An intensive computer-based treatment for aphasia based on action observation and imitation
J Lee, R Fowler, D Rodney, L Cherney, SL Small
Aphasiology 24 (4), 449-465, 2010
Patient-reported changes in communication after computer-based script training for aphasia
LM Manheim, AS Halper, L Cherney
Archives of physical medicine and rehabilitation 90 (4), 623-627, 2009
Unilateral visual neglect in right-hemisphere stroke: a longitudinal study
LR Cherney, AS Halper
Brain injury 15 (7), 585-592, 2001
Efficacy of oral reading in aphasia treatment outcome
LR Cherney, CT Merbitz, JC Grip
Rehabilitation Literature 47 (5-6), 112-118, 1986
Aphasia treatment: Recovery, prognosis and clinical effectiveness
LR Cherney, RR Robey
Language Intervention Strategies in Aphasia and Related Neurogenic …, 2012
Task-dependent changes in brain activation following therapy for nonfluent aphasia: discussion of two individual cases
LR Cherney, SL Small
Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society: JINS 12 (6), 828, 2006
Psychometric properties of the communication confidence rating scale for aphasia (CCRSA): Phase 2
EM Babbitt, AW Heinemann, P Semik, LR Cherney
Aphasiology 25 (6-7), 727-735, 2011
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