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Representative Publications by Topic

Treatment of anomia

  1. Kendall, D. and Nadeau, S.E. (2016) The phonomotor approach to treating phonological-based language deficits in people with aphasia.  Topics in Language Disorders, vol 36, No. 2., pp. 109-122.  DOI:  10.1097/TLD.0000000000000085.
  2. Minkina, I., Oelke, M., Bislick, L., Brookshire, C.E., Hunting Pompon, R., Silkes, J. Kendall, D. (2015). An investigation of aphasic naming error evolution following phonomotor treatment. Aphasiology. DOI: 10.1080/02687038.2015.1081139 
  3. Kendall, D., Oelke, M., Brookshire, C.E., Nadeau, S.E. (2015). The influence of phonomotor treatment on word retrieval abilities in 26 individuals with chronic aphasia: An open trial. Journal of Speech, Language and Hearing Research, 58(3): 798-812. doi:10.1044/2015_JSLHR-L-14-0131
  4. Kendall, D., Raymer, S., Rose, M., Gilbert, J, Gonzalez-Rothi, L.J. (2014). Anomia treatment platform as a behavioral engine for use in research on physiological adjuvants to neurorehabilitation. Journal of Rehabilitation Research and Development, 51(3): 391-400. doi: 10.1682/JRRD.2013.08.0172
  5. Kendall, D., Pompon, R., Brookshire, E., Minkina, I., Bislick, L. (2013). An analysis of aphasic naming errors as an indicator of improved linguistic processing following phonomotor treatment. American Journal of Speech Language Pathology, 22(2): S240-S249. doi:10.1044/1058-0360(2012/12-0078)
  6. Kendall, D.L., Rosenbek, J., Heilman, K., Conway, T., Klenberg, K., Gonzalez Rothi, L.J., Nadeau, S. (2008). Phoneme-based rehabilitation of anomia in aphasia. Brain and Language, 105(1), 1-17. doi: 10.1016/j.bandl.2007.11.007
  7. Maher, L. Kendall, D., Swearengin, J., Rodriguez, A., Leon, S., Pingel, K., Holland, A., Rothi, L. (2006) A pilot study of use-dependent learning in the context of Constraint Induced Language Therapy. Journal of Neuropsychological Studies, 12(6): 843-852. 

Alexia in aphasia

  1. Brookshire, C.E., Wilson, J., Nadeau, S., Gonzalez-Rothi, L.J., & Kendall, D. (2014). Frequency, nature, and predictors of alexia in a convenience sample of individuals with chronic aphasia. Aphasiology, 28(2), 1464-1480. doi: 10.1080/02687038.2014.945389    
  2. Brookshire, C.E., Conway, T., Hunting Pompon, R., Oelke, M., & Kendall, D. (2014). Effects of intensive phonomotor treatment on reading in eight individuals with aphasia and phonological alexia. American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology, 23(10): S300-S311. doi: 10.1044/2014_AJSLP-13-0083 
  3. Kendall, D., Conway, T., Rosenbek, J., & Gonzalez-Rothi. L. (2003). Phonological rehabilitation of acquired phonologic alexia. Aphasiology, 17(11): 1073-1095. doi: 10.1080/02687030344000355         

Proper name retrieval treatment for epilepsy

  1. Kendall, D.L., Minkina, I., Grabowski, T., Bislick, L., Silkes, J., Phatak, V., and Ojemann, J. (in press). Reorganization of language prior to anterior temporal lobe surgery: Can deficits be mitigated? Journal of Rehabilitation Research and Development.
  2. Minkina, I., Ojemann, J., Grabowski, T., Silkes, J., Phatak, V., and Kendall, D. L. (2013). The reorganization of proper names: treatment of proper name retrieval deficits in an individual with temporal lobe epilepsy. American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology, 22, S250-255.

Diagnosis and treatment of apraxia of speech

  1. Bislick, L., McNeil, M., Spencer, K., Yorkston, K., & Kendall, D. (Submitted). The Nature of error consistency in individuals with apraxia of speech and aphasia.
  2. Bislick, L. P., Oelke, M., & Kendall, D. (2014). Phonomotor rehabilitation of apraxia of speech. Journal of Medical Speech-Language Pathology21, 1, 15-31.
  3. Bislick, L.P., Weir, P.C., and Spencer, K.A. (2013). Investigation of feedback schedules on motor learning in individuals with apraxia of speech. Journal of Medical Speech-Language Pathology 20, 4, 18-23.
  4. Bislick, L. P., Weir, P. C., Spencer, K.A., & Kendall, D.L., Yorkston, K. (2012).  Do principles of motor learning enhance retention and transfer of speech skills? : A systematic review.  Aphasiology 26, 5, 709-728.

Implicit processes in aphasia

  1. Silkes J.P. (2015). Masked repetition priming in treatment of anomia: A Phase 2 study. American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology. doi: 10.1044/2015_AJSLP-14-0138.
  2. Silkes, J.P. & Rogers, M.A. (2012). Masked priming in aphasia: Evidence of altered automatic spreading activation. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research, 55, 1613-1625.
  3. Silkes, J.P., Dierkes, K.A., and Kendall, D.L. (2012). Masked repetition priming effects on naming in aphasia: A phase I treatment study. Aphasiology, 27, 381-397. DOI:10.1080/02687038.2012.745475
  4. Silkes, J.P. & Rogers, M.A. (2010).  Perception of visually masked stimuli by individuals with aphasia:  A methodological assessment and preliminary theoretical implications.  Aphasiology, 24, 763-774.

Language and Cognition

  1. Hunting Pompon, R, McNeil, M, Spencer, K, and Kendall, D. (2015). Intentional and reactive inhibition during spoken-word Stroop task performance in people with aphasia. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research, 58, 767-780.
  2. Hunting-Pompon, R, Kendall, DL and Moore, AB. (2011). Examining attention and cognitive processing in participants with self-reported mild anomia. Aphasiology, 25(6), 800-812.

Full List of Publications by Year

2016

Kendall, D. L. & Nadeau, S. E. (2016). The Phonomotor Approach to Treating Phonological-based language deficits in people with aphasia. Topics in Language Disorders, (36)2: 109-122.

Kendall, D.L., Minkina, I., Grabowski, T., Bislick, L., Silkes, J., Phatak, V., and Ojemann, J. (in press). Reorganization of language prior to anterior temporal lobe surgery: Can deficits be mitigated? Journal of Rehabilitation Research & Development.

Silkes, J.P. and Winterstein, K. (In press). Speech-language pathologists’ use of hearing screening for clients with aphasia: Challenges, potential solutions, and future directions. American Journal of Speech Language Pathology.

Bislick, L., McNeil, M., Spencer, K., Yorkston, K., & Kendall, D. (Submitted). The Nature of error consistency in individuals with apraxia of speech and aphasia.

2015

Hunting Pompon, R., McNeil, M.M., Spencer, K.A., Kendall, D. (2015). Intentional and reactive inhibition during spoken-word Stroop task performance in people with aphasia.Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research, 58, 767-780.

Kendall, D., Edmonds, L., van Zyle, A., Odendaal, I., Stein, M., van der Merwe, A. (2015). What can speech production errors tell us about cross-linguistic processing in bilingual aphasia? Evidence from 4 English/Afrikaans speaking individuals with aphasia. South African Journal of Communication Disorders, Vol 62, No 1,. doi: 10.4102/sajcd.v62i1.111.

Kendall, D.L., Oelke, M., & Brookshire, C.E., & Nadeau, S.E. (2015). The influence of phonomotor treatment on word retrieval abilities in 26 individuals with chronic aphasia: An open trial. Journal of Speech, Language and Hearing Research, 58, 798-812.

Minkina, I., Oelke, M., Bislick, L., Brookshire, C.E., Hunting Pompon, R., Silkes, J. Kendall, D. (2015). An investigation of aphasic naming error evolution following phonomotor treatment. Aphasiology. DOI: 10.1080/02687038.2015.1081139 

Oelke, M., Sachet, L., Nagle, K., Brookshire, L., Bislick, L., & Kendall, D. (2015). Can intensive phonomotor treatment modify accent? A phase I study. Speech, Language, and Hearing. DOI 10.1179/2050572815Y.0000000009

Silkes, J. P. (2015). Masked repetition priming in treatment of anomia: A Phase 2 study. American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology. doi: 10.1044/2015_AJSLP-14-0138.

2014

Bislick, L. P., Oelke, M., & Kendall, D. (2014). Phonomotor rehabilitation of apraxia of speech. Journal of Medical Speech-Language Pathology21, 1, 15-31.

Brookshire, C.E., Wilson, J., Nadeau, S., Gonzalez-Rothi, L.J., & Kendall, D. (2014). Frequency, nature, and predictors of alexia in a convenience sample of individuals with chronic aphasia. Aphasiology, 28 (2), 1464-1480.

Brookshire, C.E., Conway, T., Hunting Pompon, R., Oelke, M., & Kendall, D. (2014). Effects of intensive phonomotor treatment on reading in eight individuals with aphasia and
phonological alexia. American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology, 23, S300-S311.

2013

Bislick, L.P., Weir, P.C., and Spencer, K.A. (2013). Investigation of feedback schedules on motor learning in individuals with apraxia of speech. Journal of Medical Speech-Language Pathology 20, 4, 18-23.

Kendall, D., Pompon, R., Brookshire, E., Minkina, I., Bislick, L. (2013). An analysis of aphasic naming errors as an indicator of improved linguistic processing following phonomotor treatment. American Journal of Speech Language PathologyVol.22 S240-S249, doi:10.1044/1058-0360

Minkina, I., Ojemann, J., Grabowski, T., Silkes, J., Phatak, V., and Kendall, D. L. (2013). Treatment of proper name retrieval deficits in an individual with temporal lobe epilepsy. American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology22 (2), S250-255. 

2012

Gray, C., Baylor, C., Eadie, T., Kendall, D., & Yorkston, K. M. (2012). The Levels of Speech Usage rating scale: comparison of client self-ratings with speech pathologist ratings. International Journal of Language and Communication Disorders47(3), 333-344.

Bislick, L., Weir, P., Spencer, K., Kendall, D, Yorkston, K. (2012) Do Principles of Motor Learning Enhance Retention and Transfer of Speech Skills?: A Systematic Review.Aphasiology26(5), 709-728.

Silkes, J.P. (2012). Providing audiological services to people with aphasia: Considerations, preliminary recommendations, and a call for research. American Journal of Audiology, 21, 3-12. 

Silkes, J.P., Dierkes, K.A., and Kendall, D.L. (2012). Masked repetition priming effects on naming in aphasia: A phase I treatment study. Aphasiology, 27, 381-397. DOI:10.1080/02687038.2012.745475

Silkes, J. P. and M. A. Rogers (2012). "Masked priming effects in aphasia: evidence of altered automatic spreading activation." Journal of Speech Language and Hearing Research, 55(6): 1613-25.

2011

Baylor, C., Hula, W., Donovan, N., Doyle, P., Kendall, D., Yorkston, K. (2011). An introduction to Item Response Theory for speech language pathologists. American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology, 20, 243-259. doi:10.1044/1058-0360.

del Toro, C.M., Bislick, L., Comer, M., Velozo, C., Romero, S. Gonzalez Rothi, L.J., Kendall, D.L. (2011). Development of a Short Form of the Boston Naming Test for Individuals with Aphasia. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research, 54, 1089-1100. doi:10.1044/1092-4388

Hunting-Pompon, R., Kendall, D.L.  and Moore, A.B. (2011). Examining attention and cognitive processing in participants with self-reported mild anomia. Aphasiology, 25(6), 800-812.

Morielli, C., Altmann, L., Kendall, D., Fischler, I., Heilman, K. (2011). Effects of semantic elaboration and typicality on picture naming in Alzheimer’s disease. Journal of Communication Disorders(44), 413-428. Doi: 10.1016/j.jcomdis.2011.01.006.

2010

Ballard, KJ, Varley, R., Kendall, D. (2010). Promising Approaches to Treatment of Apraxia of Speech: Preliminary Evidence and Directions for the Future. Perspectives on Neurophysiology and Neurogenic Speech and Language Disorders;(20) 87-93.

Hula, W., Kendall, D., Gonzalez Rothi, LJ Donavan, N. (2010) Item response theory analysis of the Western Aphasia Battery. Aphasiology.

Jones, H., Kendall, D., Okun, M., Wu, S., Velozo, C., Fernandez, H., Spencer, K., Rosenbek, J. (2010). Speech motor program maintenance, but not switching, is enhanced by left hemispheric deep brain stimulation in Parkinson’s disease. International Journal of Speech-Language Pathology, pg 1-14.

Silkes, J. P. & Rogers, M. A. (2010). Perception of visually masked stimuli by individuals with aphasia: A methodological assessment and preliminary theoretical implications. Aphasiology, 24: 763-774. 

2009

Rothi, L.J., Fuller, R, Leon, S, Kendall, D.L., Moore, A.B, Nadeau, S. ,Wu, S., Crosson, B. and Heilman, K. Errorless practice as a possible adjuvant to donepezil in Alzheimer’s disease (2009). Journal of the International Neuropsychologic Society, (15) 311-322. 

2008

Aphasia Workgroup. Translational Research in Aphasia: From Neuroscience to Neurorehabilitation. (2008) Journal of Speech and Hearing Research, 51, 259-275.

del Toro, C.M., Altmann, L. J. P., Raymer, A.M., Leon, S., Blonder, L. X. & Gonzalez Rothi, L.J. (2008) Changes in aphasic discourse after contrasting treatments for anomia, Aphasiology, (22) 7, 881-892

Donovan, N.J., Kendall, D.L., Heaton, S.D., Kwon, S., Velozo, C.A., & Duncan, P.W. Conceptualizing functional cognition in stroke (2008). Neurorehabilitation and Neural Repair. 22(2):122-35.

Donovan, N.J., Kendall, D.L., Young, M.E., & Rosenbek, J.C. (2008) The Communicative Effectiveness Survey: Preliminary evidence of construct validity. American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology (17), 335–347.

Donovan, N.J., Velozo, C.A., Duncan, P.W., Kendall, D.L., Heaton, S.C., Kwon, S. (2008). Using the FDA PRO Guidelines to Develop a Computerized Adaptive Outcome Measure of Functional Cognition for Stroke. Stroke, 39(2), 702-703. 

Jones, H. N., Kendall, D. L., Sudhyadhom, A., & Rosenbek, J. C. (2008). The effects of lesion therapy and deep brain stimulation on speech function in patients with Parkinson’s disease. Communication Disorders Review, (1), pp. 133-173.

Kendall, D.L., Rosenbek, J., Heilman, K., Conway, T., Klenberg, K., Gonzalez-Rothi, L.J., Nadeau, S. (2008) Phoneme-based rehabilitation of anomia in aphasia. Brain and Language, 105, 1-17.

2007

Crosson, Fabrizio, Singletary, Cato, Wierenga, Parkinson, Gaiefsky, Moore, Ciampetti, Holliway, Leon, Rodriguez, Kendall, Levy, Rothi. (2007) Treatment of Intention and Attention in Nonfluent Aphasia: A Phase 1 Comparison of Two Novel Treatments. Journal of the International Neuropsychologic Society, 13, 1-13.

Donovan, N.J., Kendall, D.L., Moore, A.B., Rosenbek, & Rothi, L. J. G. (2007). Why Consider Impaired Social Language Usage in Corticobasal Degeneration? Clinical Neuropsychologist, 21, 190-203.

2006

Kendall, D., Nadeau, S., Conway, T., Fuller, R., Riestra, A., Gonzalez Rothi, LJ. (2006). Treatability of Different Components of Aphasia — Insights from a Case Study Journal of Rehabilitation Research & Development, 43 (3), 323-336.

Kendall, D., Rodriguez, A., Rosenbek, J., Conway, T., Gonzalez Rothi, L. (2006).The Influence of Intensive Phono-Motor Rehabilitation of Apraxia of Speech. Journal of Rehabilitation Research and Development, 43 (3), 323-336.

Maher, L. Kendall, D., Swearengin, J., Rodriguez, A., Leon, S., Pingel, K., Holland, A., Gonzalez Rothi, L. (2006) A pilot study of use-dependent learning in the context of Contraint Induced Language Therapy. Journal of Neuropsychological Studies, 2(6), 843-852.

Nadeau, S.E. Kendall DL (2006). Significance and possible mechanisms underlying generalization in aphasia therapy: semantic treatment of anomia. Brain and Language; 99: 10-11.

Rogers, M.A., Off, C.A., Silkes, J., Potts, A., Kenny A., & Pompon, R.H. (2006). The effect of repetition priming on picture naming accuracy and latency in individuals with aphasia. Brain and Language, 99, 199-200.

Rogers, M.A., & Silkes, J.P. (2006). Word frequency and the phonologic similarity effect: An investigation of spoken language production mechanisms. Stem-,Spraak-en Taalpathologie, 14, 44.

Roth HL, Eskin TA, Kendall D.L., Heilman KM. (2006) Progressive Oculo-Orofacial-Speech Apraxia (POOSA) Neurocase. 12(4):221-7. 

2005

Kendall, D., McNeil, M., Shaiman, S., Pratt, S. (2005). Phonetic encoding of infrequent atriculatory phonetic transitions. Aphasiology, 19 (1), 39-52. 

Altmann, L., Saleem, A., Kendall, D., Heilman, K., and Gonzalez Rothi, LJ (2006). Orthographic Directionality and Thematic Role Illustration in English and Arabic. Brain and Language, 97, 306-316.

2004

Katz, R.A., LaPointe, L.L., Markel, N.N., and Silkes, J.P. (2004). Coverbal Behavior and Aphasic Speakers: Revisited. Aphasiology, 18(12), pp. 1221-1225.

Kendall, D (2004). Social, Economic and Environmental Influences on Disorders of Hearing, Language and Speech. Journal of Communication Disorders, (38) 261-262.

Silkes, J.P., McNeil, M.R., and Drton, M. (2004). Simulation of Aphasic Naming Performance in Non-Brain-Damaged Adults. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research, 47(3), pp. 610-623.

2003

Kendall, D., Conway, T., Rosenbek, J., & Gonzalez-Rothi. L. (2003). Phonological rehabilitation of acquired phonologic alexia. Aphasiology, 17 (11), 1073-1095.

2002

Raymer, A.M., Haley, M.A., Kendall, D. (2002) Overgeneralization in Treatment for Severe Apraxia of Speech: A Case Study. Journal of Medical Speech Pathology, 10 (4), 313-317.

2001

Fuller, R.H., Kendall, D., Nadeau, S.E., Spevack, A.A., Heilman K.M. & Gonzalez Rothi, L.J. (2001). Reducing anomia with cholinergic therapy. Advanced Studies in Medicine, Vol 1(8), 335-336.

Kendall, D. & Gonzalez-Rothi, L. (2001). Epilogue: Neuroimaging with a view to prediction and prognosis. (2001) Topics in Language Disorders: Current Neuroimaging Perspectives, Vol. 21, No. 3, pp. 75-84.

2000 and before, in order of publication year

Kendall, D. (2000). Counseling in Communication Disorders. Contemporary Issues inCommunication Science and Disorders, 27, 96-103.

Kendall, D., McNeil, M.R. & Shaiman, S. & Simonian, M.A. (1999). Phonetic Variability in Flaccid Dysarthric Speech. American Journal of Medical Speech Pathology, 1(2), 107-111. 

Kendall, D., McNeil, M.R., & Small, S.L. (1998). Rule-based treatment for acquired phonological dyslexia. Aphasiology, 12 (7/8) 587-600.

McNeil, M.R., Doyle, P., Small, S.L., Spencer, K., Goda, A. & Kendall, D., Small, S.L. (1998). Effects of training multiple form classes on acquisition, generalization and maintenance of word retrieval in a single subject. Aphasiology, 12 (7/8) 575-585.

McNeil, M.R., Doyle, P., Small, S.L., Spencer, K., Goda, A. & Kendall, D. (1997). A double-blind, placebo-controlled, pharmacological and behavioral treatment of lexical-semantic deficits in aphasia, Aphasiology, 11 (4/5), 385-400. 

Small, S.L., Kendall, D., Noll, D.C. (1998). Different neural circuits subserve reading before and after therapy for acquired dyslexia. Brain and Language, 62 (2), 298-308.