Elizabeth E. Galletta, PhD

Communication Sciences Hunter College of the City University of New York, New York, NY, United States 
aphasia, language
"Elizabeth Galletta"
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A M. Barrett grad student Kessler Foundation (Neurotree)
Loraine K. Obler grad student 2003 CUNY
 (Recognition of accented English with advancing age.)
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Galletta EE, Goral M. (2018) Response Time Inconsistencies in Object and Action Naming in Anomic Aphasia. American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology. 27: 477-484
Galletta EE, Conner P, Vogel-Eyny A, et al. (2016) Use of tDCS in Aphasia Rehabilitation: A Systematic Review of the Behavioral Interventions Implemented With Noninvasive Brain Stimulation for Language Recovery. American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology. 25: S854-S867
Galletta EE, Vogel-Eyny A. (2015) Translational treatment of aphasia combining neuromodulation and behavioral intervention for lexical retrieval: implications from a single case study. Frontiers in Human Neuroscience. 9: 447
Galletta EE, Cancelli A, Cottone C, et al. (2015) Use of Computational Modeling to Inform tDCS Electrode Montages for the Promotion of Language Recovery in Post-stroke Aphasia. Brain Stimulation
Galletta EE, Barrett AM. (2014) Impairment and Functional Interventions for Aphasia: Having it All. Current Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Reports. 2: 114-120
Barrett AM, Galletta EE, Zhang J, et al. (2014) Stroke survivors over-estimate their medication self-administration (MSA) ability, predicting memory loss. Brain Injury. 28: 1328-33
Galletta EE, Campanelli L, Maul KK, et al. (2014) Assessment of neglect dyslexia with functional reading materials. Topics in Stroke Rehabilitation. 21: 75-86
Galletta EE, Lequerica AH, Pekrul SR, et al. (2012) Visual distraction: an altered aiming spatial response in dementia. Dementia and Geriatric Cognitive Disorders Extra. 2: 229-37
Galletta EE, Rao PR, Barrett AM. (2011) Transcranial magnetic stimulation (TMS): potential progress for language improvement in aphasia. Topics in Stroke Rehabilitation. 18: 87-91
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