Recent Publications

(student first authors underlined)

Cavanaugh, RB, Quique, Y, Swiderski, A, Kallhoff, L, Terhorst, L, Wambaugh, J, Hula, WD, Evans, WS. (2022). Reproducibility in small-N treatment research: a tutorial using examples from aphasiology. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research.

Quique, Y, Cavanaugh, RB, Lescht, E, Evans, WS. (2022). Effects of adaptive distributed practice and stimuli variability in flashcard-based anomia treatment. Journal of Communication Disorders.

Nguy, B, Quique, Y, Cavanaugh, RB, Evans, WS. (2022). Representation in aphasia research: an examination of US treatment studies published between 2009 and 2019. American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology. 

Cavanaugh, RB, Quique, Y, Boss, E, Hula, WD, Dickey, MW, Evans, WS*. (2022). Practice-related predictors of semantic feature verification treatment for aphasia. American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology. 

Quique, Y, Evans, WS, Ortega-Llebaría, M, Zipze, L., Dickey, MW (2022). Get in Sync: Speech Entrainment Mechanisms and Individual Characteristics for Scripted-Sentence Learning in Aphasia. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research. 

Hymes, K, Hammer, J, Seyalıoğlu, H, Dow-Richards, C, Brown, D, Hambridge, P, Ventrice, J, Baker, M,Yun-su Davis, C, Hutchings, T, Evans, WS. (2021). Designing Game-Based Rehabilitation Experiences for People with Aphasia. Proceedings of ACM Human-Computer Interact. 5, CHI PLAY, Article 270.

Cavanaugh, R., Kravetz, C., Jarold, L., Quique, Y., Turner, R., & Evans, W. S. (2021). Is There a Research–Practice Dosage Gap in Aphasia Rehabilitation? American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology.

Evans, W. S., & Quique, Y. M. (2021). Understanding Speed–Accuracy Processing Dynamics in Aphasia Using Response Time Modeling. In Seminars in Speech and Language (Vol. 42, No. 03, pp. 240-255). Thieme Medical Publishers, Inc.

Evans, W. S., Cavanaugh, R., Quique, Y., Boss, E., Starns, J. J., & Hula, W. D. (2021). Playing with BEARS: Balancing effort, accuracy, and response speed in a semantic feature verification anomia treatment game. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research, 64(8), 3100–3126.

Kersey, J., Evans, W. S., Mullen, K., Askren, A., Cavanaugh, R., Wallace, S. E., Hula, W. D., Walsh Dickey, M., Terhorst, L., & Skidmore, E. (2021). Metacognitive strategy training is feasible for people with aphasia. OTJR: Occupation, Participation and Health, 15394492211023196.

Schaffer, KM, Evans, WS, Dutcher, C, Philburn, C, Henry, ML. (2021). Embedding aphasia-modified cognitive behavioral therapy in script training for primary progressive aphasia: A single-case pilot study. American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology.

Evans, W. S., Cavanaugh, R., Gravier, M. L., Autenreith, A. S., Doyle, P. J., Hula, W. D., & Dickey Michael, W. (2021). Effects of Semantic Feature Type, Diversity, and Quantity on Semantic Feature Analysis Treatment Outcomes in Aphasia. American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology. 30(1S), 344-358.

Evans, W. S., Hula, W. D., Quique, Y., & Starns, J. J. (2020). How Much Time Do People With Aphasia Need to Respond During Picture Naming? Estimating Optimal Response Time Cutoffs Using a Multinomial Ex-Gaussian Approach. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research, 1–16.

Quique, Y, Evans, WS and Dickey, MW. (2019). Acquisition & generalization responses in aphasia naming treatment: a meta-analysis of semantic feature analysis outcomes. American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology. Advance online advance publication. doi: 10.1044/2018_ajslp-17-0155

Evans, WS, Hula, WD, and Starns, J. (2019). Speed-Accuracy Tradeoffs and Adaptation Deficits in Aphasia: Finding the “Sweet Spot” Between Impulsive and Overly Cautious Responding. American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology. 28(March), 259–277. doi:10.1044/2018_AJSLP-17-0156

Gravier, M. L., Dickey, MW, Hula, WD, Evans, WS, Owens, RL, Winans-Mitrik, RL, and Doyle, PJ: (2018). What Matters in Semantic Feature Analysis: Practice-Related Predictors of Treatment Response in Aphasia. American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology, 27(March), 438–453.

Evans, WS, Quimby, M, Dickey, MW, & Dickerson, BC. (2016). Relearning and Retaining Personally- Relevant Words using Computer-Based Flashcard Software in Primary Progressive Aphasia. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 10(November), 1–8.

Evans, WS, Caplan, D, Ostrowski, A, Michaud, J, Guarino, A, and Waters, G. 2015. Working memory and the revision of syntactic and discourse ambiguities. Canadian Journal of Experimental Psychology. Vol 69(1), 136-155.