Slide Slam Sessions

Schedule

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Session

Date and Time

Sessions A, B, C

Tuesday, October 5, 2021, 12:30 - 3:00 pm PDT

Sessions D, E

Tuesday, October 5, 2021, 5:30 - 7:30 pm PDT

Sessions F, G, H

Wednesday, October 6, 2021, 6:00 - 8:00 am PDT

Sessions I, J

Wednesday, October 6, 2021, 5:30 - 7:30 pm PDT

Sessions K, L, M

Thursday, October 7, 2021, 6:00 - 8:00 am PDT

Sessions N, O, P

Thursday, October 7, 2021, 2:30 - 4:30 pm PDT

Sessions Q, R, S

Friday, October 8, 2021, 12:00 - 2:30 pm PDT

Presentations

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Abstract Title

First Author

Topic Area

Slide Slam Session A

A1

Right hemisphere white matter differences in left hemisphere stroke survivors with and without aphasia: a TBSS and tractography study

Hsueh, Yi-Ting

Disorders: Acquired

A2

Secondary damage of the thalamus in post-stroke aphasia: a new player in language recovery outcome

Courson, Melody

Disorders: Acquired

A3

The roles of language and semantics in gesture imitation following left-hemisphere stroke

Dresang, Haley C.

Disorders: Acquired

A4

Morpho-syntactic processing in Primary Progressive Aphasia and stroke-induced aphasia: comparison of ERP response patterns

Barbieri, Elena

Disorders: Acquired

A5

Online comprehension of verbal time reference in primary progressive aphasia: Evidence from eyetracking

Wang, Haiyan

Disorders: Acquired

A6

Influence of item- and individual-level semantic and phonological characteristics on word production in individuals with aphasia

Braun, Emily J.

Language Production

A7

Using Baseline Task fMRI BOLD Activity to Predict Treatment Gains in Persons with Aphasia Undergoing Language Therapy

Song, Serena

Language Therapy

A8

Functional Cortical Reorganization Supporting Therapy-Induced Language Recovery in Chronic Aphasia: A Large-Scale Clinical Trial

Kristinsson, Sigfus

Language Therapy

A9

Resting-state functional connectivity following Phonological component analysis: the combined action of phonology and visual orthographic cues

Masson-Trottier, Michèle

Language Therapy

A10

Prediction of post-stroke aphasia treatment outcomes is significantly improved by inclusion of local resting-state fMRI measures

Wiley, Robert

Language Therapy

A11

Pre-treatment graph measures of resting-state functional connectivity predict language treatment outcome in aphasia

Falconer, Isaac

Language Therapy

A12

Online spaced-repetition training for treating word-finding difficulties in aphasia

de Grosbois, John

Language Therapy

A13

Phonological-component Analysis and aphasia recovery: a bilingual perspective

Masson-Trottier, Michèle

Language Therapy

A14

Indeterminate sentences in aphasia: investigating coercion and the nature of compositionality

Antal, Caitlyn

Meaning: Combinatorial Semantics

A15

Influences on cognate facilitation in healthy bilinguals and bilinguals with aphasia

Marte, Manuel J.

Multilingualism

A16

Clustering and switching in verbal fluency across different language contexts: Evidence from bilingual aphasia

Carpenter, Erin

Multilingualism

A17

A study of syntactic acceptability judgments in chronic post-stroke aphasia using lesion-symptom mapping

Fahey, Danielle

Syntax

A18

Grammatical parallelism in aphasia revisited: a common lesion substrate for syntactic production and comprehension deficits in the posterior temporal lobe

Matchin, William

Syntax

A19

Longitudinal speech markers of motor and cognitive disease in ALS-FTD spectrum

Shellikeri, Sanjana

Speech Motor Control

A20

Organizing Variables Affecting fMRI Estimates of Language Dominance in Patients with Brain Tumors

Polczynska, Monika

Methods

Presentations: 20