College of Health and Human Services
23 achievements

23 achievements

Freed, Donald B.
Hegde, M., & Freed, D.  (2017). Assessment of communication disorders in adults : resources and protocols.  San Diego, CA: Plural Publishing, Inc..
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Code, C., & Freed, D.  (2015). The Science of Aphasia Rehabilitation.  New York: Routledge.
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Freed, D.  (2012). Motor speech disorders: Diagnosis and treatment.  Australia; Clifton Park, N.Y.: Delmar/Cengage Learning.
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Freed, D., & Code, C.  (2012). The clinical scientist.  Aphasiology. 26(5), 615-617.
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Olsen, E., Freed, D., & Marshall, R.  (2012). Generalisation of personalised cueing to enhance word finding in natural settings.  Aphasiology. 26(5), 618-631.
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Hegde, M., & Freed, D.  (2011). Assessment of communication disorders in adults.  San Diego, CA: Plural Pub..
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Freed, D.  (2009). A short history of the Veterans Administration's influence on aphasia assessment tools.  Aphasiology. 23(9), 1146-1157.
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Marshall, R., & Freed, D.  (2006). The personalized cueing method: from the laboratory to the clinic.  American journal of speech-language pathology / American Speech-Language-Hearing Association. 15(2), 103-11.
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Freed, D., Celery, K., & Marshall, R.  (2004). CASE STUDY Effectiveness of personalised and phonological cueing on longā€term naming performance by aphasic subjects: A clinical investigation.  Aphasiology. 18(8), 743-757.
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Marshall, R., Karow, C., Freed, D., & Babcock, P.  (2002). Effects of personalised cue form on the learning of subordinate category names by aphasic and non-brain-damaged subjects.  Aphasiology. 16(7), 763-771.
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Marshall, R., Karow, C., Freed, D., & Babcock, P.  (2002). Learning of subordinate category names by aphasic subjects: Phonological versus personalized cueing.  Brain and Language. 438-440.
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Marshall, R., Freed, D., & Karow, C.  (2001). Learning of subordinate category names by aphasic subjects: A comparison of deep and surface-level training methods.  Aphasiology. 15(6), 585-598.
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Freed, D., Marshall, R., & Frazier, K.  (1997). Long-term effectiveness of PROMPT treatment in a severely apractic-aphasic speaker.  Aphasiology. 11(4-5), 365-372.
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Marshall, R., & Freed, D.  (1997). Aphasic Naming Deficits: Effects of Deep- and Surface-Level Treatments.  Journal of Rehabilitation Research and Development. 259-260.
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Marshall, R., Freed, D., & Phillips, D.  (1997). Communicative efficiency in severe aphasia.  Aphasiology. 11(4-5), 373-384.
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Freed, D., Marshall, R., & Chuhlantseff, E.  (1996). Picture naming variability: A methodological consideration of inconsistent naming responses in fluent and non-fluent aphasia.  Clinical Aphasiology. 193-205.
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Marshall, R., Harvey, S., & Freed, D.  (1996). Question asking strategies of aphasic and non-brain-damaged subjects.  Clinical Aphasiology. 181-191.
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Freed, D., & Marshall, R.  (1995). The Effect of Personalized Cueing on Long-Term Naming of Realistic Visual Stimuli.  American Journal of Speech Language Pathology. 4(4), 105-108.
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Freed, D., & Marshall, R.  (1995). The effects of cue origin on the facilitation of aphasic subjects' verbal labeling.  Clinical Aphasiology. 227-236.
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Freed, D., Marshall, R., & Nippold, M.  (1995). Comparison of personalized cueing and provided cueing on the facilitation of verbal labeling by aphasic subjects.  Journal of Speech and Hearing Research. 38(5), 1081-90.
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Marshall, R., & Freed, D.  (1995). Rebus riddle solving by aphasic and non-brain-damaged subjects.  American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology. 164-168.
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Marshall, R., Freed, D., & Phillips, D.  (1994). Labeling of novel stimuli by aphasic adults: Effects of phonological and self-cueing procedures.  Clinical Aphasiology. 335-343.
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Nippold, M., Erskine, B., & Freed, D.  (1988). Proportional and functional analogical reasoning in normal and language-impaired children.  The Journal of Speech and Hearing Disorders. 53(4), 440-8.
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