Does Treating Working Memory Improve Spoken Naming Abilities in Individuals with Aphasia?

Study Description:
The purpose of the study is to investigate whether a working memory-naming treatment approach will help spoken naming abilities. Participation in this study involves testing the individual’s cognitive-language abilities prior to and after treatment. The treatment approach involves naming pictures, describing the pictures, repeating words, answering questions, and remembering words.
Principal Investigator:
Naomi Hashimoto
Contact Email:
nhashimo@emich.edu
Condition
Stroke
Observational or Treatment:
Treatment
Type of Treatment:
Working memory - picture naming treatment to address naming deficits
Duration of Study:
The purpose of the study is to investigate whether a working memory-naming treatment approach will help spoken naming abilities. Participation in this study involves testing the individual’s cognitive-language abilities prior to and after treatment. The treatment approach involves naming pictures, describing the pictures, repeating words, answering questions, and remembering words.
Study Start Date:
March 1, 2022
Study End Date:
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Costs or Reimbursement:
None
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