Rhonda Friedman

Affiliations: 
Georgetown University, Washington, DC 
Area:
aphasia rehabilitation
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Mary C. Potter grad student 1978 MIT

Children

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Christine E. Watson research assistant 2002-2004 Georgetown
J. Vivian Dickens grad student 2017-
Joey Posner grad student 2017- Georgetown
Elizabeth H. Lacey grad student 2010 Georgetown
Monika S. Mellem grad student 2013 Georgetown
Lauren E. Ullrich grad student 2006-2014 Georgetown
Mackenzie Fama grad student 2013-2018
Kevin T Jones post-doc 2014-2016 Georgetown University Medical Center, Washington DC USA
Aaron M. Meyer research scientist 2011- Georgetown
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Breining BL, Faria AV, Tippett DC, et al. (2022) Association of Regional Atrophy With Naming Decline in Primary Progressive Aphasia. Neurology
McCall J, van der Stelt CM, DeMarco A, et al. (2022) Distinguishing semantic control and phonological control and their role in aphasic deficits: A task switching investigation. Neuropsychologia. 108302
Dickens JV, DeMarco AT, van der Stelt CM, et al. (2021) Two types of phonological reading impairment in stroke aphasia. Brain Communications. 3: fcab194
Meyer AM, Snider SF, McGowan SA, et al. (2020) Grammatical Ability Predicts Relative Action Naming Impairment in Primary Progressive Aphasia. Aphasiology. 34: 664-674
Posner J, Dickens V, DeMarco A, et al. (2020) 4488 Neural Network of the Cognitive Model of Reading Journal of Clinical and Translational Science. 4: 140-141
Faria AV, Meyer A, Friedman R, et al. (2019) Baseline MRI associates with later naming status in primary progressive aphasia. Brain and Language. 201: 104723
Dickens JV, Fama ME, DeMarco AT, et al. (2019) Localization of phonological and semantic contributions to reading. The Journal of Neuroscience : the Official Journal of the Society For Neuroscience
Fama ME, Snider SF, Henderson MP, et al. (2019) The Subjective Experience of Inner Speech in Aphasia Is a Meaningful Reflection of Lexical Retrieval. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research : Jslhr. 62: 106-122
Fama ME, Henderson MP, Snider SF, et al. (2019) Self-reported inner speech relates to phonological retrieval ability in people with aphasia. Consciousness and Cognition. 71: 18-29
Meyer A, Snider S, McGowan S, et al. (2019) Prophylaxis of Anomia for Nouns and Verbs in Primary Progressive Aphasia: Lexical and Semantic Treatments Frontiers in Human Neuroscience. 13
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