Publications from the Connect team

Boazman, S. (1999) Inside aphasia. In Corker, M and French, S. (1999). Disability Discourse. London : Open University Press

Byng, S., Pound, C. & Parr, S. ( 2000) Living with aphasia : A framework for therapy interventions. In I. Papathanasiou (Ed.) Acquired neurological communication disorders: A clinical perspective. Whurr

Byng, S., van der Gaag, A. & Parr, S. (1998) International initiatives in outcomes measurement: A perspective from the UK. In C. Frattali (Ed.) Outcome measurement in speech-language pathology. New York, Thieme

Byng, S., Swinburn, K. & Pound, C. (1999) (Eds.) The Aphasia Therapy File. Psychology Press

Byng, S. & Jones, E.V. (in press) Therapy for the language impairment in aphasia. In R.J. Greenwood, M.P. Barnes, T.M. McMillan and C.D. Ward (Eds.) Neurological Rehabilitation. Churchill Livingstone

Byng, S. (in press) Integrating therapies. A response to 'Impairment and social views of speech language pathology: clinical practice in the United States' by Judith Felson Duchan. In Advances in Speech Language Pathology

Clarke, H. (1998) Harrys story: becoming a counsellor following a stroke. In D Syder (Ed.) Wanting to talk. Whurr Publishers

Harding, D. & Pound, C. (1999) Needs, function and measurement: Juggling with multiple language impairment. In S. Byng, K. Swinburn, and C. Pound. (Eds.) The Aphasia Therapy File. Psychology Press

Horton, S. & Byng, S. (2000) Examining interaction in language therapy. International Journal of Disorders of Language and Communication

Katz, R.C., Hallowell, B., Code, C., Armstrong, E, Roberts, P., Pound, C. & Katz, L. ( 2000) A multi-national comparison of aphasia management practices. International Journal of Disorders of Communication

Lindsay J. & Wilkinson R. (1999) 'Repair strategies in aphasic talk: A comparison of aphasic-SLT and aphasic-spouse conversations'. Aphasiology 13 (4/5), 305-325

Maneta A., Marshall J. & Lindsay J. (in press) 'Combining cognitive neuropsychological and pragmatic approaches in the treatment of word sound deafness'. International Journal of Language and Communication Disorders

Marshall, J. & Pound, C. (1997) Difficulties with discourse. Aphasiology, 11, 625-628

Marshall, J., Black, M. & Byng, S. (1999) Working with sentences. Buckingham: Winslow Press

Parr, S., Byng, S. & Gilpin, S. (1997) Talking about aphasia: Living with loss of language after stroke. Milton Keynes: Open University Press [Translated into Japanese, Italian and German]

Parr, S. & Byng, S. (1998) Breaking new ground in familiar territory: A response to 'Supported conversation for adults with aphasia' by Aura Kagan. Aphasiology.

Parr, S., Pound, C., Byng, S. & Long, B. ( 1999) The Aphasia Handbook. Connect Press

Parr, S. & Byng,S. (2000) Perspectives and priorities: Accessing user views in functional communication assessment. In: Worrall, L. and Frattali,C. (Eds.) Neurogenic Communication Disorders: a Functional Approach. New York, Thieme Publishers.

Petheram, B. & Parr,S. (1998) Diversity in aphasiology: Crisis or Increasing competence? Aphasiology, 12, 6, 435-487

Penman, T.J. (1998) Self-Advocacy and Aphasia Therapy: extending the boundaries? Bulletin of the RCSLT, August

Pound, C & Clarke, M (1998) Less words,more respect: Learning to live with dysphasia and difference. Speech and Language Therapy in Practice.

Pound, C. (1998) Therapy for life: Finding new paths across the plateau. Aphasiology, 12, 3, 222-227

Pound, C. (1999) Learning to listen and helping to tell. Speech & Language Therapy in Practice, Autumn.

Pound, C., Parr, S., Lindsay, J & Woolf, C. ( 2000) Beyond Aphasia: Therapies for living with communication disability. Winslow Press

Sacchett, C., Byng, S., Marshall, J.& Pound, C. (1999) Drawing together: Evaluation of a therapy programme for severe aphasia. International Journal of Disorders of Communication, 34, (3) 265-290

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