Martha Sarno

New York University, New York, NY, United States 
aphasia, life experience
"Martha Sarno"
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Sarno MT, Postman WA, Cho YS, et al. (2005) Evolution of phonemic word fluency performance in post-stroke aphasia. Journal of Communication Disorders. 38: 83-107
Simmons-Mackie N. (2004) Just kidding! Humour and therapy for aphasia Challenging Aphasia Therapies: Broadening the Discourse and Extending the Boundaries. 101-117
Nass R, Boyce L, Leventhal F, et al. (2000) Acquired aphasia in children after surgical resection of left-thalamic tumors. Developmental Medicine and Child Neurology. 42: 580-90
Sarno MT. (1997) Quality of life in aphasia in the first post-stroke year Aphasiology. 11: 665-679
Sarno MT. (1993) Aphasia rehabilitation: psychosocial and ethical considerations. Aphasiology. 7: 321-34
Weniger D, Sarno MT. (1990) The future of aphasia therapy: More than just new wine in old bottles? Aphasiology. 4: 301-306
Sarno MT. (1988) Language and speech defects. Scandinavian Journal of Rehabilitation Medicine. Supplement. 17: 55-64
Sarno MT, Levita E, Buonaguro A. (1987) Aphasia in closed head injury and stroke Aphasiology. 1: 331-338
Sarno MT, Buonaguro A, Levita E. (1986) Characteristics of verbal impairment in closed head injured patients. Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. 67: 400-5
Sarno MT, Buonaguro A, Levita E. (1985) Gender and recovery from aphasia after stroke. The Journal of Nervous and Mental Disease. 173: 605-9
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