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The Effects of Working Memory and Attention Impairments on Language Symptoms in Aphasia
A growing body of evidence has corroborated the notion that aphasia is not a pure linguistic disturbance, but is one that is exacerbated or perhaps generated by underlying cognitive weaknesses. Varying degrees of dysexecutive ...
A Computerized Measure of Idea Density in Two Genres of Written Language
This study investigates a linguistic measure known as idea density (ID) calculated from two different genres of written language samples. ID has been previously used in research pertaining to language and aging and has ...
A Review of the Effectiveness of Social Stories Among Children and Adolescents with Autism Spectrum Disorders
This paper explores Gray's Social Stories when used with children and adolescence with Autism Spectrum Disorders when considering different components in the Social Story (TM) package. Social Stories (TM) have been utilized ...
Knowledge and Perceptions of Response to Intervention Among Graduate Students Enrolled in Education-Related Programs
The purpose of this study is to illuminate the knowledge and perceptions of Response to Intervention (RtI) among graduate students enrolled in SUNY Plattsburgh education-related programs. RtI, a tiered system designed to ...
A Measure of Mobile Technology Familiarity
Utilizing personal computer technology in the classrooms has been shown to have a positive impact on student classroom achievement (Butzin, 2001). Despite known gains, incorporation of technology into the classrooms is a ...
Microaggression Prevalence in a Mid Sized College
Microaggressions are defined as everyday verbal or nonverbal exchanges that convey contemptuous and derogatory messages that may be interpreted as acts of non-physical aggression. They can also be described as subtle acts ...