Anne Whitworth
Anne Whitworth
Associate Professor, Curtin University
Verified email at curtin.edu.au - Homepage
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A cognitive neuropsychological approach to assessment and intervention in aphasia: A clinician's guide
A Whitworth, J Webster, D Howard
Psychology Press, 2014
2502014
Semantic memory is impaired in both dementia with Lewy bodies and dementia of Alzheimer's type: a comparative neuropsychological study and literature review
MAL Ralph, J Powell, D Howard, AB Whitworth, P Garrard, JR Hodges
Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery & Psychiatry 70 (2), 149-156, 2001
179*2001
Conversation analysis profile for people with aphasia
A Whitworth, L Perkins, R Lesser
Whurr, 1997
1541997
Conversing in dementia: A conversation analytic approach
L Perkins, A Whitworth, R Lesser
Journal of Neurolinguistics 11 (1-2), 33-53, 1998
1361998
Conversational partner training programmes in aphasia: A review of key themes and participants' roles
S Turner, A Whitworth
Aphasiology 20 (6), 483-510, 2006
1032006
Treating verbs in aphasia: exploring the impact of therapy at the single word and sentence levels
J Webster, A Whitworth
International Journal of Language & Communication Disorders 47 (6), 619-636, 2012
582012
Conversation analysis profile for people with cognitive impairment
L Perkins, A Whitworth, R Lesser
Whurr, 1997
561997
Is it time to stop “fishing”? A review of generalisation following aphasia intervention
J Webster, A Whitworth, J Morris
Aphasiology 29 (11), 1240-1264, 2015
412015
Clinicians' perceptions of candidacy for conversation partner training in aphasia: How do we select candidates for therapy and do we get it right?
S Turner, A Whitworth
Aphasiology 20 (7), 616-643, 2006
392006
Enhancing research capacity across healthcare and higher education sectors: development and evaluation of an integrated model
A Whitworth, S Haining, H Stringer
BMC Health Services Research 12 (1), 287, 2012
382012
Evaluating the effectiveness of intervention in long‐term aphasia post‐stroke: the experience from CHANT (Communication Hub for Aphasia in North Tyneside)
K Mumby, A Whitworth
International journal of language & communication disorders 47 (4), 398-412, 2012
372012
Beyond narrative: Is there an implicit structure to the way in which adults organise their discourse?
A Whitworth, M Claessen, S Leitao, J Webster
Clinical Linguistics & Phonetics 29 (6), 455-481, 2015
362015
Using narrative as a bridge: Linking language processing models with real-life communication
A Whitworth
Seminars in speech and language 31 (01), 064-075, 2010
342010
Case-based problem solving for speech and language therapy students
A Whitworth, S Franklin, B Dodd
Innovations in professional education in speech and language therapy, 29-50, 2004
292004
NARNIA: a new twist to an old tale. A pilot RCT to evaluate a multilevel approach to improving discourse in aphasia
A Whitworth, S Leitao, J Cartwright, J Webster, GJ Hankey, J Zach, ...
Aphasiology 29 (11), 1345-1382, 2015
262015
Profiling conversation in Parkinson's disease with cognitive impairment
A Whitworth, R Lesser, IAN McKeith
Aphasiology 13 (4-5), 407-425, 1999
241999
A randomized controlled trial of very early rehabilitation in speech after stroke
E Godecke, EA Armstrong, T Rai, S Middleton, N Ciccone, A Whitworth, ...
International Journal of Stroke 11 (5), 586-592, 2016
222016
Adjustment processes in chronic aphasia after stroke: Exploring multiple perspectives in the context of a community-based intervention
K Mumby, A Whitworth
Aphasiology 27 (4), 462-489, 2013
222013
Dysphagia therapy post stroke: an exploration of the practices and clinical decision-making of speech-language pathologists in Australia
O Jones, J Cartwright, A Whitworth, N Cocks
International journal of speech-language pathology 20 (2), 226-237, 2018
202018
Exploring generalisation processes following lexical retrieval intervention in primary progressive aphasia
A Beales, J Cartwright, A Whitworth, PK Panegyres
International Journal of Speech-Language Pathology 18 (3), 299-314, 2016
202016
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