Regina Jokel

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Baycrest’s Rotman Research Institute 
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Shah-Basak PP, Sivaratnam G, Teti S, et al. (2020) High definition transcranial direct current stimulation modulates abnormal neurophysiological activity in post-stroke aphasia. Scientific Reports. 10: 19625
Jokel R, Meloff K. (2020) Acquired epileptiform aphasia: 44 years after diagnosis. Epilepsy & Behavior Reports. 14: 100388
Appel L, Peisachovich E, Sinclair D, et al. (2020) SafeHome: A Serious Game to Promote Safe Environments for Persons Living with Dementia. Cureus. 12: e6949
Belleville S, Moussard A, Ansaldo AI, et al. (2019) Rationale and protocol of the ENGAGE study: a double-blind randomized controlled preference trial using a comprehensive cohort design to measure the effect of a cognitive and leisure-based intervention in older adults with a memory complaint. Trials. 20: 282
Kielar A, Shah-Basak PP, Deschamps T, et al. (2019) Slowing is slowing: Delayed neural responses to words are linked to abnormally slow resting state activity in primary progressive aphasia. Neuropsychologia. 129: 331-347
Costa AS, Jokel R, Villarejo A, et al. (2019) Bilingualism in Primary Progressive Aphasia: A Retrospective Study on Clinical and Language Characteristics. Alzheimer Disease and Associated Disorders
Jokel R, Lima BS, Fernandez A, et al. (2019) Language in Amnestic Mild Cognitive Impairment and Dementia of Alzheimer’s Type: Quantitatively or Qualitatively Different? Dementia and Geriatric Cognitive Disorders Extra. 9: 136-151
Jokel R. (2019) Generalization (but not maintenance) of treatment gains from semantic therapy may differ by primary progressive aphasia variant1 Evidence-Based Communication Assessment and Intervention. 13: 187-190
Shah-Basak PP, Kielar A, Deschamps T, et al. (2018) Spontaneous oscillatory markers of cognitive status in two forms of dementia. Human Brain Mapping
Meltzer J, Deschamps T, Francois-Nienaber A, et al. (2018) Spontaneous oscillatory activity in response to intensive tDCS and anomia therapy in primary progressive aphasia: A case series Frontiers in Human Neuroscience. 12
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