Ruth Herbert
Ruth Herbert
Reader in Aphasia Research, University of Sheffield
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Phonological therapy for word-finding difficulties: A re-evaluation
J Hickin, W Best, R Herbert, D Howard, F Osborne
Aphasiology 16 (10-11), 981-999, 2002
1632002
Phonological and orthographic facilitation of word-retrieval in aphasia: Immediate and delayed effects
W Best, R Herbert, J Hickin, F Osborne, D Howard
Aphasiology 16 (1-2), 151-168, 2002
1142002
Do picture‐naming tests provide a valid assessment of lexical retrieval in conversation in aphasia?
R Herbert, J Hickin, D Howard, F Osborne, W Best
Aphasiology 22 (2), 184-203, 2008
912008
Combining lexical and interactional approaches to therapy for word finding deficits in aphasia
R Herbert, W Best, J Hickin, D Howard, F Osborne
Aphasiology 17 (12), 1163-1186, 2003
792003
Aphasia rehabilitation: Does generalisation from anomia therapy occur and is it predictable? A case series study
W Best, A Greenwood, J Grassly, R Herbert, J Hickin, D Howard
Cortex 49 (9), 2345-2357, 2013
752013
A controlled study of changes in conversation following aphasia therapy for anomia
W Best, J Grassly, A Greenwood, R Herbert, J Hickin, D Howard
Disability and rehabilitation 33 (3), 229-242, 2011
522011
Lexical and functionally based treatment: Effects on word retrieval and conversation
J Hickin, R Herbert, W Best, D Howard, F Osborne
The Aphasia Therapy File: Volume 2, 69-82, 2007
332007
The role of noun syntax in spoken word production: Evidence from aphasia
R Herbert, W Best
Cortex 46 (3), 329-342, 2010
302010
Treatment of word retrieval in aphasia: Generalisation to conversational speech
J Hickin, W Best, R Herbert, D Howard, F Osborne
International Journal of Language & Communication Disorders 36 (sup1), 13-18, 2001
282001
Effects of syntactic cueing therapy on picture naming and connected speech in acquired aphasia
R Herbert, D Webster, L Dyson
Neuropsychological rehabilitation 22 (4), 609-633, 2012
202012
Phonological and orthographic approaches to the treatment of word retrieval in aphasia
R Herbert, W Best, J Hickin, D Howard, F Osborne
International journal of language & communication disorders 36 (S1), 7-12, 2001
202001
Phonological facilitation of aphasic naming and predicting the outcome of treatment for anomia
W Best, J Hickin, R Herbert, D Howard, F Osborne
Brain and Language 74 (3), 435-438, 2000
182000
A normative database and determinants of lexical retrieval for 186 Arabic nouns: Effects of psycholinguistic and morpho-syntactic variables on naming latency
T Khwaileh, R Body, R Herbert
Journal of psycholinguistic research 43 (6), 749-769, 2014
162014
Accessible information guidelines: making information accessible for people with aphasia
R Herbert, C Haw, C Brown, E Gregory, S Brumfitt
Stroke Association, 2012
152012
An investigation of a relative impairment in naming non-living items: theoretical and methodological implications
W Best, A Schröder, R Herbert
Journal of Neurolinguistics 19 (2), 96-123, 2006
132006
THE DEVELOPMENT OF A SELF‐DIRECTED AND PEER‐BASED CLINICAL TRAINING PROGRAMME
C Bruce, A Parker, R Herbert
International journal of language & communication disorders 36 (S1), 401-405, 2001
112001
Powers: Profile of Word Errors and Retrieval in Speech, An Assessment Tool for Use with People with Communication Impairment
R Herbert, W Best, J Hickin, D Howard, F Osborne
J & R Press, 2013
102013
Syntactic versus lexical therapy for anomia in acquired aphasia: differential effects on narrative and conversation
R Herbert, E Gregory, W Best
International journal of language & communication disorders 49 (2), 162-173, 2014
92014
A deficit in noun syntax representation in aphasia
R Herbert, W Best
Brain and Language 1 (95), 94-95, 2005
92005
Gulf Arabic nouns and verbs: A standardized set of 319 object pictures and 141 action pictures, with predictors of naming latencies
T Khwaileh, E Mustafawi, R Herbert, D Howard
Behavior Research Methods 50 (6), 2408-2425, 2018
82018
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