Selected Publications

Research

 

Recent Publications

 

  1. Alpert, K., Kogan, A., Parrish, T.B., Marcus, D., & Wang, L. (2015). The Northwestern University Neuroimaging Data Archive (NUNDA). Neuroimage. PMID: 26032888. DOI: 10.1016/j.neuroimage.2015.05.060. PDF
  2. Breining, B., & Rapp, B. (in press). Investigating the mechanisms of written word production:  Insights from the written blocked cyclic naming paradigm.  Reading and Writing. 
  3. Breining, B., Nozari, B., & Rapp, B. (2015). Does segmental overlap help or hurt? Evidence from blocked cyclic naming in spoken and written production.  Psychonomic Bulletin and Review. PMCID: PMC4715795. PDF
  4. Cho-Reyes, S., Mack, J., & Thompson, C.K. (2016). Grammatical Encoding and Learning in Agrammatic Aphasia: Evidence from Structural Priming. Journal of Memory and Language. DOI:10.1016/j.jml.2016.02.004. PDF
  5. Fischer-Baum, S., & Rapp, B. (2014). The analysis of perseverations in acquired dysgraphia reveals the internal structure of orthographic representations. Cogn Neuropsychol 31(3), 237-65. PMC4016131. DOI: 10.1080/02643294.2014.880676. PDF
  6. Ingo, C., Magin, R.L., & Parrish, T.B. (2014). New insights into the fractional order diffusion equation using entropy and kurtosis, Entropy, 16(11), 5838-5852. PDF
  7. Ingo, C., Sui, Y., Chen, Y.F., Parrish, T.B., & Webb, A.G., Ronen, I. (2015). Parsimonious continuous time random walk models and kurtosis for diffusion in magnetic resonance of biological tissue. Frontiers in Biomedical Physics 3(11). DOI: 10.3389/fphy.2015.00011. PDF
  8. Kiran, S., Meier, E., Kapse, K., & Glynn, P. (2015). Changes in task-based effective connectivity in language networks following rehabilitation in post-stroke patients with aphasia. Hum. Neurosci., 9, 316. DOI:10.3389/fnhum.2015.00316. PDF
  9. Lee, J., Yoshida, M., & Thompson, C.K. (2015). Grammatical planning units during real-time sentence production in agrammatic aphasia and healthy speakers. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research. PMID: 25908309. DOI:10.1044/2015_JSLHR-L-14-0250. PDF
  10. Lukic, S., Barbieri, E., Wang, X., Caplan, D., Kiran, S., Rapp, B., Parrish, T., & Thompson, C. K.  (2017). Right Hemisphere Grey Matter Volume and Language Recovery in Stroke Aphasia. Neural Plasticity, 2017, 1-14. DOI: 10.1155/2017/5601509. PDF
  11. Mack, J.E., Meltzer-Asscher, A., Barbieri, E., & Thompson, C.K. (2013). Neural correlates of processing passive sentences. Brain Sciences, 3(3), 1198-1214. PMCID: PMC4061884. DOI:10.3390/brainsci3031198. PDF
  12. Mack, J.E., Nerantzini, M., & Thompson, C.K. (2017). Recovery of Sentence Production Processes Following Language Treatment in Aphasia: Evidence from Eyetracking. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience, 2017(11). DOI: 10.3389/fnhum.2017.00101. PDF
  13. Mack, J. E. & Thompson, C. K. (2017). Recovery of online sentence processing in aphasia: Eye movement changes resulting from Treatment of Underlying Forms. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research, 1-17. DOI: 10.1044/2016_JSLHR-L-16-0108. PDF
  14. Mack J.E., Zu-Sern Wei, A., Gutierrez, S., & Thompson, C.K. (2016). Tracking sentence comprehension: Test-retest reliability in people with aphasia and unimpaired adults. Journal of Neurolinguistics, 40, 98-111. DOI: 10.1016/j.jneuroling.2016.06.001. PDF
  15. Meier, E. L., Kapse, K. J., & Kiran, S. (2016). The relationship between frontotemporal effective connectivity during picture naming, behavior, and preserved cortical tissue in chronic aphasia. Hum. Neurosci., 10, 109. DOI:10.3389/fnhum.2016.00109. PDF
  16. Meier, E. L., Lo, M., & Kiran, S. (2016). Understanding semantic and phonological processing deficits in adults with aphasia: Effects of category and typicality. Aphasiology, 30(6), 719-749. DOI: 10.1080/02687038.2015.1081137. PDF
  17. Meier, E. L., Johnson, J. P., Villard, S. & Kiran, S. (2017). Does naming therapy make ordering in a restaurant easier?: Dynamics of co-occurring change in cognitive-linguistic and functional communication skills in aphasia. American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology. PDF
  18. Meltzer-Asscher, A., Barbieri, E., Mack, J., & Thompson, C.K. (2015). How the brain processes different dimensions of argument structure complexity: Evidence from fMRI. Brain and language, 142, 65-75. NIHMSID 653537. DOI:10.1016/j.bandl.2014.12.005. PDF
  19. Nickels, L., Rapp, B., & Kohnen, S. (2015). Challenges in the use of treatment to investigate cognition. Cognitive Neuropsychology, 32 (3/4), 91-104. PDF
  20. Nozari, N., Freund, M., Breining, , Rapp, B., & Gordon, B. (2016). Cognitive control during selection and repair in word production. Language, Cognition and Neuroscience, 31(7), 886-903. DOI: 10.1080/23273798.2016.1157194. PDF
  21. Purcell, J. & Rapp, B. (in press).  Disorders of written expression. Wenzel, A. (Ed.). In, Encyclopedia of Abnormal and Clinical Psychology. Thousand Oaks, CA: SAGE Publications.
  22. Purcell, J., Shea, J., & Rapp, B. (2014). Beyond the VWFA: The semantics-orthography interface in spelling and reading. Cognitive Neuropsychology, 31, 5-6, 482-510. PMCID: PMC4108522. PDF
  23. Rapp, B. & Damian, M. (in press). From thought to action:  Producing written language.  In,  Rueschemeyer, S.A & Gaskell, G. (Eds.) Oxford Handbook of Psycholinguistics.  Oxford University Press.
  24. Rapp, B. & Fischer-Baum, S. (2015). Uncovering the cognitive architecture of spelling. In A. Hillis (Ed.), Handbook on Adult Language Disorders: integrating Cognitive Neuropsychology, Neurology and Rehabilitation; Second Edition. Philadelphia: Psychology Press. PDF
  25. Rapp, B. & Fischer-Baum, S. (2014). Representation of orthographic knowledge. In, Ferreira, Goldrick and Miozzo (Eds.) Oxford Handbook on Language Production. Oxford University Press. PDF
  26. Rapp, B., Fischer-Baum, S., & Miozzo, M. (2015).  Modality and morphology:  What we write may not be what we say.  Psychological Science, 26(6), 892-902.  PMCID: PMC4418216. DOI: 10.1177/0956797615573520. PDF
  27. Rapp, B., & Purcell, J. (in press). Understanding how we produce written words: Lessons from the brain.  In, De Zubicaray, G.and Schiller, N.O. (Eds.)  Oxford Handbook of Neurolinguistics.  Oxford University Press.
  28. Rapp, B., Purcell, J., Hillis, A., Capasso, R., & Miceli, G. (2016). Neural bases of orthographic working memory and long-term memory:  Evidence from acquired dysgraphia. 139, 588-604.PubMed PMID: 26685156. PDF
  29. Rothlein, D., & Rapp, B. (in press). The role of allograph representations in font-invariant letter identification. Journal of Experimental Psychology:  Human Perception and Performance.
  30. Rothlein, D., & Rapp, B. (2014). The similarity structure of distributed neural responses revels the multiple representations of letters. Neuroimage, 89:331-44. PubMed PMID: 24321558. PDF
  31. Schuchard, J., & Thompson, C.K. (2014). Implicit and explicit learning in individuals with agrammatic aphasia. Journal of Psycholinguistic Research, 43(3), 209-224. PMCID: PMC3766481. DOI:10.1007/s10936-013-9248-4. PDF
  32. Schuchard, J., & Thompson, C. K. (2017). Sequential learning in individuals with agrammatic aphasia: evidence from artificial grammar learning. Journal of Cognitive Psychology, 1-14. DOI: 10.1080/20445911.2017.1293065. PDF
  33. Schuchard, J., Nerantzini, M., & Thompson, C.K. (2016). Implicit learning and implicit treatment outcomes in individuals with aphasia. Aphasiology. DOI: 10.1080/02687038.2016.1147526. PDF
  34. Thompson, C.K. (2015). Establishing the effects of treatment for aphasia using single-subject-controlled experimental designs. Aphasiology, 29(5), 588-597. PMCID: PMC1847620. DOI:10.1080/02687038.2014.987043. PDF
  35. Thompson, C. K., Faroqi-Shah, Y., & Lee, J. (2015). Models of sentence production. In: A. Hillis (Ed.). The handbook of adult language disorders: Integrating cognitive neuropsychology, neurology, and rehabilitation. Second Edition (pp. 328-354). New York: Psychology Press. PDF
  36. Thompson, C.K., & Kielar, A. (2014). Neural bases of sentence processing: evidence from neurolinguistic and neuroimaging studies. In M. Goldrick, V. Ferreira, & M. Miozzo (Eds.) The Oxford Handbook of Language Production (pp. 47-69). New York: Oxford University Press. PDF
  37. Thompson, C.K. & Meltzer-Asscher, A.(2014). Neurocognitive mechanisms of verb argument structure processing. In Asaf Bachrach, Isabelle Roy and Linaea Stockall (Eds.) Structuring the Argument: Multidisciplinary research on verb argument structure (pp. 141-168). John Benjamins. PDF
  38. Thompson, C.K., Walenski, M., Chen, Y.F., Caplan, D., Kiran, S., Rapp, B., Grunewald, K., Nunez, M., Zinbarg, R.E., & Parrish, T.B. (2017). Intrahemispheric perfusion in chronic stroke-induced aphasia. Neural Plasticity. DOI:10.1155/2017/2361691. PDF
  39. Vallila-Rohter, S., & Kiran, S. (2015). Diagnosis and Treatment of Semantic Impairments. In A. Hillis (Ed.) Handbook on Adult Language Disorders. Taylor & Francis/Psychology Press of 711 Third Avenue, 8th Floor, New York, NY 10017.
  40. Wiley, R., Wilson, C., & Rapp, B. (2016). The effects of alphabet and expertise on letter perception. Journal of Experimental Psychology:  Human Perception and Performance. DOI: 10.1093/brain/awv348. PDF
  41. Wang, H., & Thompson, C.K. (2016). Assessing Syntactic Deficits in Chinese Broca’s aphasia using the Northwestern Assessment of Verbs and Sentences-Chinese (NAVS-C). Aphasiology, 30(7), 815-840. PMC4955954. DOI: 10.1080/02687038.2015.1111995. PDF
  42. Wang, H., Yoshida, M., & Thompson, C.K. (2013). Parallel functional category deficits in clauses and nominal phrases: The case of English agrammatism. Journal of Neurolinguistics, 27(1), 75 – 102. PMC4569143. DOI: 10.1016/j.jneuroling.2013.09.001. PDF

 

Selected Publications

 

  1. Crinion, J., Holland, A.L., Copland, D.A., Thompson, C.K., & Hillis, A.E. (2013). Neuroimaging in aphasia treatment research: Quantifying brain lesions after stroke. NeuroImage, 73, 208-214. PMC3534842. DOI:10.1016/j.neuroimage.2012.07.044. PDF
  2. Den Ouden, D.B., Saur, D., Mader, W., Schelter, B., Lukic, S., Wali, E., Timmer, J., & Thompson, C.K. (2012). Network modulation during complex syntactic processing. NeuroImage, 59(1), 815-823. PMC3195988. DOI: 10.1016/j.neuroimage.2011.07.057. PDF
  3. Dufor, O., &  Rapp, B. (2013). Letter representations in writing:  an fMRI adaptation approach.  Frontiers in Psychology, 4, article: 781.  PMC3809555. DOI:10.3389/fpsyg.2013.0078. PDF
  4. Hillis, A., & Rapp, B. (2004). Cognitive and neural substrates of written language comprehension and production. In, M. Gazzaniga (Ed.), The New Cognitive Neurosciences, 3rd Edition.
  5. Kiran, S. (2012). What is the nature of poststroke language recovery and reorganization? International Scholarly Research Network: ISRN Neurology, 2012 (Article ID: 786872), 13 pages, DOI:10.5402/2012/786872. PDF
  6. Kiran, S. (2007). Complexity in the treatment of naming deficits. American Journal of Speech Language Pathology, 16(1), 18-29. PMC2731154. DOI:10.1044/1058-0360(2007/004). PDF
  7. Kiran, S., Ansaldo, A., Bastiaanse, R., Cherney, L.R., Howard, D., Faroqi-Shah, Y., Meinzer, M., & Thompson, C.K. (2013). Neuroimaging in aphasia treatment research: Standards for establishing the effects of treatment. NeuroImage, 76, 428-435. PMC3552150. DOI:10.1016/j.neuroimage.2012.10.011. PDF
  8. Kiran, S., & Bassetto, G. (2008). Evaluating the effectiveness of semantic based treatment for naming deficits in aphasia: what works? Seminars in Speech and Language, 29(1), 71-82. PMC2746458. DOI:10.1055/s-2008-1061626. PDF
  9. Mack, J.E., Meltzer-Asscher, A., Barbieri, E., & Thompson, C.K. (2013). Neural correlates of processing passive sentences. Brain Sciences, 3, 1198-1214. PMC4061884. DOI:10.3390/brainsci3031198. PDF
  10. Meinzer, M., Beeson, P., Cappa, S., Crinion, J, Kiran, S., Saur, D., Parrish, T., Crosson, B., & Thompson, C.K. (2013). Neuroimaging in aphasia treatment research: Consensus and practical guidelines for data analysis. NeuroImage, 73, 215-224. PMC3416913. DOI:10.1016/j.neuroimage.2012.02.058. PDF
  11. Purcell, J., & Rapp, B. (2013). Identifying functional reorganization of spelling networks:  An individual peak probability comparison approach. Frontiers in Psychology, 4, article 964. PMC3872307. DOI:10.3389/fpsyg.2013.00964. PDF
  12. Purcell, J., Shea, J., & Rapp, B. (2014). Beyond the visual word form area: The orthography-semantics interface in spelling and reading.  Cognitive Neuropsychology. PMID24833190. DOI:10.1080/02643294.2014.909399.
  13. Purcell, J., Turkeltaub, P., Eden, G, & Rapp, B. (2011). Examining the central and peripheral processes of written word production through meta-analysis. Frontiers in Psychology, 2, article 239. PMC3190188. DOI:10.3389/fpsyg.2011.00239. PDF
  14. Rapp, B. (2005). The relationship between treatment outcomes and the underlying cognitive deficit: Evidence from the remediation of acquired dysgraphia. Aphasiology, 19(10-11), 994-1008. DOI:10.1080/02687030544000209.
  15. Rapp, B., Caplan, D., Edwards, S., Visch-Brink, E., & Thompson, C.K. (2013). Neuroimaging in aphasia treatment research: Issues of experimental design for relating cognitive to neural changes. NeuroImage. 73, 200-207. PMC3600065. DOI:10.1016/j.neuroimage.2012.09.007. PDF
  16. Rapp, B., & Dufor, O. (2011) The Neurotopography of Written Word Production: An fMRI Investigation of the Distribution of Sensitivity to Length and Frequency. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 23(12), 4067-4081. PMID:21812571. DOI:10.1162/jocn_a_00109. PDF
  17. Rapp, B., & Glucroft B. (2009). The benefits and protective effects of behavioral treatment for dysgraphia in a case of primary progressive aphasia. Aphasiology. 23(2), 236-265. PMC3096931. DOI:10.1080/02687030801943054. PDF
  18. Rapp, B., & Kane, A. (2002). Remediation of deficits affecting different components of the spelling process. Aphasiology, 16(4-6), 439-454. DOI:10.1080/02687030244000301.
  19. Rapp, B., & Lipka, K. (2011) The literate brain: The relationship between reading and spelling. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 23(5), 1180-1197. PMC3106999. DOI:10.1162/jocn.2010.21507. PDF
  20. Raymer, A.M., Beeson, P., Holland, A., Maher, L.M., Martin, N., Murray, L., Rose, M., Thompson, C. K., Turkstra, L., Altmann, L., Boyle, M., Conway, T., Hula, W., Kearns, K., Kendall, D., Rapp, B., Simmons- Mackie, N., & Gonzalez-Rothi, L.J. (2008). Translational research in aphasia: From neuroscience to neurorehabilitation. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research, 51, S259-275. PMID18230850. DOI:10.1044/1092-4388(2008/020).
  21. Rothlein, D., & Rapp, B.  (2014). The similarity structure of distributed neural responses reveals the multiple representations of letters.  Neuroimage, 89, 331-344. PMC3980450. DOI:10.1016/j.neuroimage.2013.11.054. PDF
  22. Sandberg, C., & Kiran, S. (2014). Analysis of abstract and concrete word processing in persons with aphasia and age-matched neurologically healthy adults using fMRI. Neurocase: The Neural Basis of Cognition, 20(4), 361-388. PMC3713118. DOI:10.1080/13554794.2013.770881. PDF
  23. Sebastian, R., & Kiran, S. (2011). Task-modulated neural activation patterns in chronic stroke patients with aphasia. Aphasiology. 25 (8), 927-951DOI:10.1080/02687038.2011.557436. PDF
  24. Thompson, C.K., Bonakdarpour, B., & Fix, S.F. (2010). Neural mechanisms of verb argument structure processing in agrammatic aphasic and healthy age-matched listeners. Journal of Cognitive Neuroscience, 22(9), 1993-2011. PMC2873169. DOI:10.1162/jocn.2009.21334. PDF
  25. Thompson, C.K., den Ouden, D.B., Bonakdarpour, B., Garibaldi, K., & Parrish, T.B. (2010). Neural plasticity and treatment-induced recovery of sentence processing in agrammatism. Neuropsychologia, 48(11), 3211-3227. PMC3164559. DOI:10.1016/j.neuropsychologia.2010.06.036. PDF
  26. Thompson, C.K., & Kielar, A. (2014). Neural bases of sentence processing: evidence from neurolinguistic and neuroimaging studies. In M. Goldrick, V. Ferreira, & M. Miozzo (Eds.) The Oxford Handbook of Language Production. New York: Oxford University Press.
  27. Thompson, C.K., Riley, E., den Ouden, D., Meltzer-Asscher, A., & Lukic, S. (2013). Training verb argument structure production in agrammatic aphasia: Behavioral and neural recovery patterns. Cortex, 49(9), 2358-2376. PMC3759546. DOI: 10.1016/j.cortex.2013.02.003. PDF
  28. Thompson, C.K., & Shapiro, L.P. (2005). Treating agrammatic aphasia within a linguistic framework:  Treatment of Underlying Forms. Aphasiology, 19(10-11), 1021-1036. PMC1847567. DOI:10.1080/02687030544000227. PDF
  29. Thompson, C.K., Shapiro, L.P., Kiran, S., & Sobecks, J. (2003). The role of syntactic complexity in treatment of sentence deficits in agrammatic aphasia: The complexity account of treatment efficacy (CATE). Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research, 46(3), 690-707. PMC1995234. DOI:10.1044/1092-4388(2003/047). PDF
  30. Tsapkini, K., & Rapp B. (2010). The orthography-specific functions of the left fusiform gyrus: evidence of modality and category specificity. Cortex 46, 185-205. PMC2844337. DOI:10.1016/j.cortex.2009.02.025. PDF
  31. Tsapkini, K., Vindiola, M., & Rapp, B. (2011) Patterns of brain reorganization subsequent to left fusiform damage: fMRI evidence from visual processing of words and pseudowords, faces and objects. NeuroImage, 55(3), 1357-1372. PMC3107009. DOI:10.1016/j.neuroimage.2010.12.024. PDF
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