Karen Sage
Karen Sage
Professor for Applied Clinical Research
Verified email at mmu.ac.uk
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Coherent concepts are computed in the anterior temporal lobes
MAL Ralph, K Sage, RW Jones, EJ Mayberry
Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 107 (6), 2717-2722, 2010
3602010
The treatment of anomia using errorless learning
JK Fillingham, K Sage, MA Lambon Ralph
Neuropsychological Rehabilitation 16 (2), 129-154, 2006
2442006
The application of errorless learning to aphasic disorders: A review of theory and practice
JK Fillingham, C Hodgson, K Sage, MA Lambon Ralph
Neuropsychological rehabilitation 13 (3), 337-363, 2003
1852003
Treatment of anomia using errorless versus errorful learning: are frontal executive skills and feedback important?
JK Fillingham, K Sage, MA Lambon Ralph
International Journal of Language & Communication Disorders 40 (4), 505-523, 2005
1382005
Classical anomia: A neuropsychological perspective on speech production
MAL Ralph, K Sage, J Roberts
Neuropsychologia 38 (2), 186-202, 2000
1342000
Predicting the outcome of anomia therapy for people with aphasia post CVA: both language and cognitive status are key predictors
MA Lambon Ralph, C Snell, JK Fillingham, P Conroy, K Sage
Neuropsychological Rehabilitation 20 (2), 289-305, 2010
1222010
Further explorations and an overview of errorless and errorful therapy for aphasic word-finding difficulties: The number of naming attempts during therapy affects outcome
J Fillingham, K Sage, M Lambon Ralph
Aphasiology 19 (7), 597-614, 2005
1112005
Errorless and errorful therapy for verb and noun naming in aphasia
P Conroy, K Sage, MA Lambon Ralph
Aphasiology 23 (11), 1311-1337, 2009
1002009
Anomia is simply a reflection of semantic and phonological impairments: Evidence from a case-series study
MAL Ralph, L Moriarty, K Sage
Aphasiology 16 (1-2), 56-82, 2002
912002
Relearning and retention of verbal labels in a case of semantic dementia
CG Heredia, K Sage, MAL Ralph, ML Berthier
Aphasiology 23 (2), 192-209, 2009
872009
Towards theory‐driven therapies for aphasic verb impairments: A review of current theory and practice
P Conroy, K Sage, MA Lambon Ralph
Aphasiology 20 (12), 1159-1185, 2006
822006
Improved vocabulary production after naming therapy in aphasia: can gains in picture naming generalise to connected speech?
P Conroy, K Sage, ML Ralph
International Journal of Language & Communication Disorders 44 (6), 1036-1062, 2009
792009
The secrets of facilitation: The SMART guide to getting results with groups
M Wilkinson
John Wiley & Sons, 2012
772012
Implementing and evaluating aphasia therapy targeted at couples' conversations: A single case study
R Wilkinson, K Bryan, S Lock, K Sage
Aphasiology 24 (6-8), 869-886, 2010
772010
The effects of decreasing and increasing cue therapy on improving naming speed and accuracy for verbs and nouns in aphasia
P Conroy, K Sage, MA Lambon Ralph
Aphasiology 23 (6), 707-730, 2009
752009
Wernicke's aphasia reflects a combination of acoustic-phonological and semantic control deficits: a case-series comparison of Wernicke's aphasia, semantic dementia and semantic …
H Robson, K Sage, MAL Ralph
Neuropsychologia 50 (2), 266-275, 2012
722012
How intensive does anomia therapy for people with aphasia need to be?
K Sage, C Snell, MA Lambon Ralph
Neuropsychological Rehabilitation 21 (1), 26-41, 2011
722011
Interaction-focused intervention for acquired language disorders: Facilitating mutual adaptation in couples where one partner has aphasia
R Wilkinson, S Lock, K Bryan, K Sage
International Journal of Speech-Language Pathology 13 (1), 74-87, 2011
622011
Do deep dyslexia, dysphasia and dysgraphia share a common phonological impairment?
E Jefferies, K Sage, MAL Ralph
Neuropsychologia 45 (7), 1553-1570, 2007
602007
Lexical influences in graphemic buffer disorder
K Sage, AW Ellis
Cognitive Neuropsychology 21 (2-4), 381-400, 2004
582004
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