The efficacy of spoken language comprehension therapies for persons with aphasia remains equivocal. We investigated the efficacy of a self-led therapy app, 'Listen-In', and examined the relation between brain structure and therapy response.

Fleming, V., Brownsett, S., Krason, A., Maegli, M.A., Coley-Fisher, H., Ong, Y., et al. (2020). Efficacy of spoken word comprehension therapy in patients with chronic aphasia: a cross-over randomised controlled trial with structural imaging, 92(4), 418-424 [10.1136/jnnp-2020-324256].

Efficacy of spoken word comprehension therapy in patients with chronic aphasia: a cross-over randomised controlled trial with structural imaging

Nardo, Davide;
2020

Abstract

The efficacy of spoken language comprehension therapies for persons with aphasia remains equivocal. We investigated the efficacy of a self-led therapy app, 'Listen-In', and examined the relation between brain structure and therapy response.
Fleming, V., Brownsett, S., Krason, A., Maegli, M.A., Coley-Fisher, H., Ong, Y., et al. (2020). Efficacy of spoken word comprehension therapy in patients with chronic aphasia: a cross-over randomised controlled trial with structural imaging, 92(4), 418-424 [10.1136/jnnp-2020-324256].
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