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Elizabeth Armstrong
Scool of Medical and Health Sciences, Foundation Chair in Speech Pathology, Edith Cowan University
Verified email at ecu.edu.au - Homepage
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Communication partner training in aphasia: A systematic review
N Simmons-Mackie, A Raymer, E Armstrong, A Holland, LR Cherney
Archives of physical medicine and rehabilitation 91 (12), 1814-1837, 2010
3622010
Aphasic discourse analysis: The story so far
E Armstrong
Aphasiology 14 (9), 875-892, 2000
2432000
A multinational comparison of aphasia management practices
C Richard, B Katz, C Hallowell, E Code, P Armstrong, C Roberts, L Pound, ...
International Journal of Language & Communication Disorders 35 (2), 303-314, 2000
1552000
Qualitative methods in aphasia research: Basic issues
JS Damico, N Simmons-Mackie, M Oelschlaeger, R Elman, E Armstrong
Aphasiology 13 (9-11), 651-665, 1999
1551999
Language, meaning, context, and functional communication
E Armstrong, A Ferguson
Aphasiology 24 (4), 480-496, 2010
1482010
What is aphasia? Results of an international survey
N Simmons-Mackie, C Code, E Armstrong, L Stiegler, RJ Elman
Aphasiology 16 (8), 837-848, 2002
1102002
What is aphasia? Results of an international survey
N Simmons-Mackie, C Code, E Armstrong, L Stiegler, RJ Elman
Aphasiology 16 (8), 837-848, 2002
1102002
An investigation into the quality of life of individuals after laryngectomy
E Armstrong, K Isman, P Dooley, D Brine, N Riley, R Dentice, S King, ...
Head & Neck: Journal for the Sciences and Specialties of the Head and Neck …, 2001
982001
Reflections on speech—language therapists' talk: implications for clinical practice and education
A Ferguson, E Armstrong
International Journal of Language & Communication Disorders 39 (4), 469-507, 2004
792004
Reflections on speech—language therapists' talk: implications for clinical practice and education
A Ferguson, E Armstrong
International Journal of Language & Communication Disorders 39 (4), 469-507, 2004
792004
Reflections on speech—language therapists' talk: implications for clinical practice and education
A Ferguson, E Armstrong
International Journal of Language & Communication Disorders 39 (4), 469-507, 2004
792004
The potential of cohesion analysis in the analysis and treatment of aphasic discourse
EM Armstrong
Clinical Linguistics & Phonetics 5 (1), 39-51, 1991
751991
Language disorder: A functional linguistic perspective
E Armstrong
Clinical linguistics & phonetics 19 (3), 137-153, 2005
732005
Language disorder: A functional linguistic perspective
E Armstrong
Clinical linguistics & phonetics 19 (3), 137-153, 2005
732005
“Ward talk”: Nurses’ interaction with people with and without aphasia in the very early period poststroke
D Hersh, E Godecke, E Armstrong, N Ciccone, J Bernhardt
Aphasiology 30 (5), 609-628, 2016
702016
Making stories: Evaluative language and the aphasia experience
E Armstrong, H Ulatowska
Aphasiology 21 (6-8), 763-774, 2007
602007
Making stories: Evaluative language and the aphasia experience
E Armstrong, H Ulatowska
Aphasiology 21 (6-8), 763-774, 2007
602007
Conversational treatment in mild aphasia: A case study
S Fox, E Armstrong, L Boles
Aphasiology 23 (7-8), 951-964, 2009
582009
Expressing opinions and feelings in aphasia: Linguistic options
E Armstrong
Aphasiology 19 (3-5), 285-295, 2005
582005
Expressing opinions and feelings in aphasia: Linguistic options
E Armstrong
Aphasiology 19 (3-5), 285-295, 2005
582005
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