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Task-Related Differences in Eye Movements in Individuals With Aphasia.

Kimberly G Smith, Joseph Schmidt, Bin Wang, John M Henderson, Julius Fridriksson,

Background: Neurotypical young adults show task-based modulation and stability of their eye movements across tasks. This study aimed to determine whether persons with aphasia (PWA) modulate their eye movements and show stability across tasks similarly to control participants. Methods: Forty-eight PWA and age-matched control participants completed four eye-tracking tasks: scene ... Read more >>

Front Psychol (Frontiers in psychology)
[2018, 9:2430]

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Functional Characterization of the Human Speech Articulation Network.

Alexandra Basilakos, Kimberly G Smith, Paul Fillmore, Julius Fridriksson, Evelina Fedorenko,

A number of brain regions have been implicated in articulation, but their precise computations remain debated. Using functional magnetic resonance imaging, we examine the degree of functional specificity of articulation-responsive brain regions to constrain hypotheses about their contributions to speech production. We find that articulation-responsive regions (1) are sensitive to ... Read more >>

Cereb. Cortex (Cerebral cortex (New York, N.Y. : 1991))
[2018, 28(5):1816-1830]

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Spatial genetic structure in American black bears (Ursus americanus): female philopatry is variable and related to population history.

Thea V Kristensen, Emily E Puckett, Erin L Landguth, Jerrold L Belant, John T Hast, Colin Carpenter, Jaime L Sajecki, Jeff Beringer, Myron Means, John J Cox, Lori S Eggert, Don White, Kimberly G Smith,

Previously, American black bears (Ursus americanus) were thought to follow the pattern of female philopatry and male-biased dispersal. However, recent studies have identified deviations from this pattern. Such flexibility in dispersal patterns can allow individuals greater ability to acclimate to changing environments. We explored dispersal and spatial genetic relatedness patterns ... Read more >>

Heredity (Edinb) (Heredity)
[2018, 120(4):329-341]

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Speech recognition error patterns for steady-state noise and interrupted speech.

Kimberly G Smith, Daniel Fogerty,

Listening in various types of adverse listening conditions may lead to different errors in speech recognition. Young adults repeated sentences degraded by steady-state noise or periodically interrupted by noise preserved at varying proportions. Recognition errors were analyzed according to the noise type and speech proportion. Across noise types, as word ... Read more >>

J. Acoust. Soc. Am. (The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America)
[2017, 142(3):EL306]

Cited: 4 times

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Integration of partial information for spoken and written sentence recognition by older listeners.

Kimberly G Smith, Daniel Fogerty,

Older adults have difficulty understanding speech in challenging listening environments. Combining multisensory signals may facilitate speech recognition. This study measured recognition of interrupted spoken and written sentences by older adults for different preserved stimulus proportions. Unimodal performance was first examined when only interrupted text or speech stimuli were presented. Multimodal ... Read more >>

J. Acoust. Soc. Am. (The Journal of the Acoustical Society of America)
[2016, 139(6):EL240]

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Integration of Partial Information Within and Across Modalities: Contributions to Spoken and Written Sentence Recognition.

Kimberly G Smith, Daniel Fogerty,

This study evaluated the extent to which partial spoken or written information facilitates sentence recognition under degraded unimodal and multimodal conditions.Twenty young adults with typical hearing completed sentence recognition tasks in unimodal and multimodal conditions across 3 proportions of preservation. In the unimodal condition, performance was examined when only interrupted ... Read more >>

J. Speech Lang. Hear. Res. (Journal of speech, language, and hearing research : JSLHR)
[2015, 58(6):1805-1817]

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Predicting aphasia type from brain damage measured with structural MRI.

Grigori Yourganov, Kimberly G Smith, Julius Fridriksson, Chris Rorden,

Chronic aphasia is a common consequence of a left-hemisphere stroke. Since the early insights by Broca and Wernicke, studying the relationship between the loci of cortical damage and patterns of language impairment has been one of the concerns of aphasiology. We utilized multivariate classification in a cross-validation framework to predict ... Read more >>

Cortex (Cortex; a journal devoted to the study of the nervous system and behavior)
[2015, 73:203-215]

Cited: 22 times

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Contrasting effects of errorless naming treatment and gestural facilitation for word retrieval in aphasia.

Anastasia M Raymer, Beth McHose, Kimberly G Smith, Lisa Iman, Alexis Ambrose, Colleen Casselton,

We compared the effects of two treatments for aphasic word retrieval impairments, errorless naming treatment (ENT) and gestural facilitation of naming (GES), within the same individuals, anticipating that the use of gesture would enhance the effect of treatment over errorless treatment alone. In addition to picture naming, we evaluated results ... Read more >>

Neuropsychol Rehabil (Neuropsychological rehabilitation)
[2012, 22(2):235-266]

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Perceived Benefits and Barriers to Family Planning Education among Third Year Medical Students.

Kimberly G Smith, Melissa L Gilliam, Mathieu Leboeuf, Amy Neustadt, Debra Stulberg,

The purpose of the current study is to explore third- year medical students' interest in learning about family planning, exposure to family planning (contraception and abortion) and perceived barriers and benefits to family planning education in their obstetrics and gynecology rotation.We conducted four focus groups with 27 third-year medical students ... Read more >>

Med Educ Online (Medical education online)
[2008, 13:4]

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Efficacy of immobilizing free-ranging elk with Telazol and xylazine hydrochloride using transmitter-equipped darts.

W David Walter, David M Leslie, Jennifer H Herner-Thogmartin, Kimberly G Smith, Michael E Cartwright,

From January 1999 to April 2002, 14 free-ranging elk were darted with a mixture of Telazol reconstituted with xylazine hydrochloride (HCl) in a forested habitat in southwestern Oklahoma and north-central Arkansas. Elk were darted from ground blinds, tree stands, or a vehicle at distances of 14-46 m and were recovered ... Read more >>

J. Wildl. Dis. (Journal of wildlife diseases)
[2005, 41(2):395-400]

Cited: 7 times

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