Aphasia Games for Health

Building a gaming community for people with aphasia by supporting the development of games for recovery, providing resources for designers, and making aphasia friendly games accessible.

Authors:  William EvansJessica HammerKathryn HymesHakan SeyalıoğluMeguey BakerDeidra BrownJill VentricePatricia HanbridgeCarol Dow-RichardsClio Yun-su DavisSammie KimTim Hutchings
Updated:  2021-09-22
Keywords:  languageaphasiaspeechreadingwritingEnglish


The Event Task Stimulus Set

The Event Task Stimulus Set was created to measure access to generalized events stored in semantic memory. It has been examined in a large normative sample as well as in people with neurological disorders (Dresang, Dickey, & Warren, 2020), and to measure semantic violations in visual processing (Proverbio & Riva, 2009).

Authors:  Federica RivaHaley C. DresangMichael Walsh DickeyTessa WarrenAlice Mado Proverbio
Updated:  2021-06-15
Keywords:  languagememorypsychologyaphasiaexperimentEnglish

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An integrated repository for the study of language in aphasia.

Authors:  Brian MacWhinney
Updated:  2017-08-30
Keywords:  aphasiaconversationlanguageEnglishCantoneseCroatianFrenchGermanGreekHungarianItalianJapaneseMadarinRomanianSpanish


Bilingual Aphasia Test (BAT)

The Bilingual Aphasia Test (BAT) was designed to assess each of the languages of a bilingual or multilingual individual with aphasia in an equivalent way.

Authors:  McGill University Neurolinguistics Lab
Updated:  2009-09-22
Keywords:  bilinguialspeechaphasialanguagelinguistics