Karen Hux - Publications

Affiliations: 
Special Education & Communication Disorders The University of Nebraska - Lincoln, Lincoln, NE 
Area:
Speech Pathology, Rehabilitation and Therapy

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2019 Hux K, Brown JA, Wallace S, Knollman-Porter K, Saylor A, Lapp E. Effect of Text-to-Speech Rate on Reading Comprehension by Adults With Aphasia. American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology. 1-17. PMID 31689376 DOI: 10.1044/2019_AJSLP-19-00047  0.72
2019 Knollman-Porter K, Wallace SE, Brown JA, Hux K, Hoagland BL, Ruff DR. Effects of Written, Auditory, and Combined Modalities on Comprehension by People With Aphasia. American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology. 1-16. PMID 31251668 DOI: 10.1044/2019_AJSLP-19-0013  0.72
2018 Brown JA, Wallace SE, Knollman-Porter K, Hux K. Comprehension of Single Versus Combined Modality Information by People With Aphasia. American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology. 1-15. PMID 30054630 DOI: 10.1044/2018_AJSLP-17-0132  0.72
2017 Brown J, Hux K, Hey M, Murphy M. Exploring cognitive support use and preference by college students with TBI: A mixed-methods study. Neurorehabilitation. PMID 28946573 DOI: 10.3233/NRE-162065  0.72
2017 Thiessen A, Brown J, Beukelman D, Hux K. The effect of human engagement depicted in contextual photographs on the visual attention patterns of adults with traumatic brain injury. Journal of Communication Disorders. 69: 58-71. PMID 28783543 DOI: 10.1016/j.jcomdis.2017.07.001  0.72
2017 Hux K, Knollman-Porter K, Brown J, Wallace SE. Comprehension of synthetic speech and digitized natural speech by adults with aphasia. Journal of Communication Disorders. 69: 15-26. PMID 28704689 DOI: 10.1016/j.jcomdis.2017.06.006  0.72
2017 Brown J, Hux K. Ecologically Valid Assessment of Prospective Memory for Task Planning and Execution by Adults With Acquired Brain Injury. American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology. 1-13. PMID 28672375 DOI: 10.1044/2017_AJSLP-16-0092  0.72
2017 Thiessen A, Brown J, Beukelman D, Hux K, Myers A. Effect of Message Type on the Visual Attention of Adults With Traumatic Brain Injury. American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology. 1-15. PMID 28475661 DOI: 10.1044/2016_AJSLP-16-0024  0.72
2016 Brown JA, Hux K. Functional assessment of immediate task planning and execution by adults with acquired brain injury. Neurorehabilitation. PMID 27372356 DOI: 10.3233/NRE-161351  0.72
2016 Knollman-Porter K, Brown J, Hux K, Wallace SE, Uchtman E. Preferred Visuographic Images to Support Reading by People with Chronic Aphasia. Topics in Stroke Rehabilitation. 1-7. PMID 27077988 DOI: 10.1080/10749357.2016.1155276  0.72
2016 Bush EJ, Hux K, Guetterman TC, McKelvey M. The diverse vocational experiences of five individuals returning to work after severe brain injury: A qualitative inquiry. Brain Injury. 1-15. PMID 26910611 DOI: 10.3109/02699052.2015.1131849  0.72
2015 Brown JA, Hux K, Knollman-Porter K, Wallace SE. Use of Visual Cues by Adults With Traumatic Brain Injuries to Interpret Explicit and Inferential Information. The Journal of Head Trauma Rehabilitation. PMID 26098256 DOI: 10.1097/HTR.0000000000000148  0.72
2015 Beukelman DR, Hux K, Dietz A, McKelvey M, Weissling K. Using Visual Scene Displays as Communication Support Options for People with Chronic, Severe Aphasia: A Summary of AAC Research and Future Research Directions. Augmentative and Alternative Communication (Baltimore, Md. : 1985). 31: 234-45. PMID 26044911 DOI: 10.3109/07434618.2015.1052152  0.72
2015 Harvey J, Hux K. Text-to-speech accommodations for the reading challenges of adults with traumatic brain injury. Brain Injury. 29: 888-97. PMID 25955116 DOI: 10.3109/02699052.2015.1022878  0.72
2015 Brown J, Thiessen A, Beukelman D, Hux K. Noun representation in AAC grid displays: visual attention patterns of people with traumatic brain injury. Augmentative and Alternative Communication (Baltimore, Md. : 1985). 31: 15-26. PMID 25685881 DOI: 10.3109/07434618.2014.995224  0.72
2015 Brown JA, Hux K, Kenny C, Funk T. Consistency and idiosyncrasy of semantic categorization by individuals with traumatic brain injuries. Disability and Rehabilitation. Assistive Technology. 10: 378-84. PMID 24839988 DOI: 10.3109/17483107.2014.921250  0.72
2015 Brown J, Hux K, Fairbanks S. Reading recovery: a case study using a multicomponent treatment for acquired alexia Aphasiology. DOI: 10.1080/02687038.2015.1052728  0.72
2015 Knollman-Porter K, Wallace SE, Hux K, Brown J, Long C. Reading experiences and use of supports by people with chronic aphasia Aphasiology. DOI: 10.1080/02687038.2015.1041093  0.72
2014 Wallace SE, Hux K. Effect of two layouts on high technology AAC navigation and content location by people with aphasia. Disability and Rehabilitation. Assistive Technology. 9: 173-82. PMID 23692409 DOI: 10.3109/17483107.2013.799237  0.72
2014 Wallace SE, Hux K, Brown J, Knollman-Porter K. High-context images: Comprehension of main, background, and inferential information by people with aphasia Aphasiology. 28: 713-730. DOI: 10.1080/02687038.2014.891095  0.72
2013 Harvey J, Hux K, Scott N, Snell J. Text-to-speech technology effects on reading rate and comprehension by adults with traumatic brain injury. Brain Injury. 27: 1388-94. PMID 24102239 DOI: 10.3109/02699052.2013.823649  0.72
2013 Hux K, Dymacek R, Childers C. Possible brain injury events and symptoms in elementary school children Brain Injury. 27: 1348-1355. PMID 23923996 DOI: 10.3109/02699052.2013.823657  0.72
2013 Childers C, Hux K. Environmental accommodations for a child with traumatic brain injury Brain Injury. 27: 850-861. PMID 23758418 DOI: 10.3109/02699052.2013.775498  0.72
2013 Zickefoose S, Hux K, Brown J, Wulf K. Let the games begin: a preliminary study using attention process training-3 and Lumosity™ brain games to remediate attention deficits following traumatic brain injury. Brain Injury. 27: 707-16. PMID 23672446 DOI: 10.3109/02699052.2013.775484  0.72
2013 Harvey J, Hux K, Snell J. Using text-to-speech reading support for an adult with mild aphasia and cognitive impairment Communication Disorders Quarterly. 35: 39-43. DOI: 10.1177/1525740113496843  0.72
2013 Hux K, Bush E, Evans K, Simanek G. Misconceptions about traumatic brain injury among students preparing to be special education professionals Support For Learning. 28: 109-114. DOI: 10.1111/1467-9604.12028  0.72
2012 Wallace SE, Dietz A, Hux K, Weissling K. Augmented input: The effect of visuographic supports on the auditory comprehension of people with chronic aphasia Aphasiology. 26: 162-176. DOI: 10.1080/02687038.2011.628004  0.72
2011 Fried-Oken M, Beukelman DR, Hux K. Current and future AAC research considerations for adults with acquired cognitive and communication impairments. Assistive Technology : the Official Journal of Resna. 24: 56-66. PMID 22590800 DOI: 10.1080/10400435.2011.648713  0.72
2011 Evans K, Hux K. Comprehension of indirect requests by adults with severe traumatic brain injury: contributions of gestural and verbal information. Brain Injury. 25: 767-76. PMID 21561291 DOI: 10.3109/02699052.2011.576307  0.72
2011 Chleboun S, Hux K. Support network responses to Acquired brain injury Qualitative Report. 16: 764-781.  0.72
2010 Wallace SE, Hux K, Beukelman DR. Navigation of a dynamic screen AAC interface by survivors of severe traumatic brain injury. Augmentative and Alternative Communication (Baltimore, Md. : 1985). 26: 242-54. PMID 20979429 DOI: 10.3109/07434618.2010.521895  0.72
2010 McKelvey ML, Hux K, Dietz A, Beukelman DR. Impact of personal relevance and contextualization on word-picture matching by people with aphasia. American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology / American Speech-Language-Hearing Association. 19: 22-33. PMID 20139353 DOI: 10.1044/1058-0360(2009/08-0021)  0.72
2010 Hux K, Bush E, Zickefoose S, Holmberg M, Henderson A, Simanek G. Exploring the study skills and accommodations used by college student survivors of traumatic brain injury. Brain Injury. 24: 13-26. PMID 20001479 DOI: 10.3109/02699050903446823  0.72
2010 Hux K, Buechter M, Wallace S, Weissling K. Using visual scene displays to create a shared communication space for a person with aphasia Aphasiology. 24: 643-660. DOI: 10.1080/02687030902869299  0.72
2009 Chleboun S, Hux K, Snell J. Changes in responsiveness when brain injury survivors with impaired consciousness hear different voices. Brain Injury. 23: 101-10. PMID 19191089 DOI: 10.1080/02699050802649639  0.72
2009 Hux K, Schneider T, Bennett K. Screening for traumatic brain injury. Brain Injury. 23: 8-14. PMID 19096967 DOI: 10.1080/02699050802590353  0.72
2009 Dietz A, Hux K, McKelvey ML, Beukelman DR, Weissling K. Reading comprehension by people with chronic aphasia: A comparison of three levels of visuographic contextual support Aphasiology. 23: 1053-1064. DOI: 10.1080/02687030802635832  0.72
2008 Hux K, Wallace SE, Evans K, Snell J. Performing Cookie Theft picture content analyses to delineate cognitive-communication impairments Journal of Medical Speech-Language Pathology. 16: 83-99.  0.72
2007 Wallace SE, Evans K, Arnold T, Hux K. Functional brain injury rehabilitation: survivor experiences reported by families and professionals. Brain Injury. 21: 1371-84. PMID 18066939 DOI: 10.1080/02699050701785088  0.72
2007 McKelvey ML, Dietz AR, Hux K, Weissling K, Beukelman DR. Performance of a person with chronic aphasia using personal and contextual pictures in a visual scene display prototype Journal of Medical Speech-Language Pathology. 15: 305-317.  0.72
2006 Gregory E, Soderman M, Ward C, Beukelman DR, Hux K. AAC menu interface: effectiveness of active versus passive learning to master abbreviation-expansion codes. Augmentative and Alternative Communication (Baltimore, Md. : 1985). 22: 77-84. PMID 17114166 DOI: 10.1080/07434610500387540  0.72
2006 Fager S, Hux K, Beukelman DR, Karantounis R. Augmentative and alternative communication use and acceptance by adults with traumatic brain injury. Augmentative and Alternative Communication (Baltimore, Md. : 1985). 22: 37-47. PMID 17114157 DOI: 10.1080/07434610500243990  0.72
2006 Hux K, Schram CD, Goeken T. Misconceptions about brain injury: a survey replication study. Brain Injury. 20: 547-53. PMID 16717000 DOI: 10.1080/02699050600676784  0.72
2006 Van Hulle A, Hux K. Improvement patterns among survivors of brain injury: three case examples documenting the effectiveness of memory compensation strategies. Brain Injury. 20: 101-9. PMID 16403705 DOI: 10.1080/02699050500309684  0.72
2005 Manasse NJ, Hux K, Snell J. Teaching face-name associations to survivors of traumatic brain injury: a sequential treatment approach. Brain Injury. 19: 633-41. PMID 16175817 DOI: 10.1080/02699050400013667  0.72
2004 Burke R, Beukelman DR, Hux K. Accuracy, efficiency and preferences of survivors of traumatic brain injury when using three organization strategies to retrieve words. Brain Injury. 18: 497-507. PMID 15195796 DOI: 10.1080/02699050310001645784  0.72
2001 Hux K, Burke R, Elliot J, Ross M, Hrnicek T. Communication interaction differences communication between natural speakers and AAC users with traumatic brain injury Journal of Medical Speech-Language Pathology. 9: 71-86.  0.72
2000 Manasse NJ, Hux K, Rankin-Erickson JL. Speech recognition training for enhancing written language generation by a traumatic brain injury survivor. Brain Injury. 14: 1015-34. PMID 11104141  0.72
2000 Hux K, Manasse N, Wright S, Snell J. Effect of training frequency on face-name recall by adults with traumatic brain injury Brain Injury. 14: 907-920. PMID 11076136  0.72
2000 Hux K, Rogers T, Mongar K. Common perceptions about strokes Journal of Community Health. 25: 47-65. PMID 10706209 DOI: 10.1023/A:1005140918066  0.72
2000 Snyder C, Hux K. Traumatic brain injury survivors' ability to reduce idiosyncrasy in semantic organization Journal of Medical Speech-Language Pathology. 8: 187-197.  0.72
2000 Hux K, Rankin-Erickson J, Manasse N, Lauritzen E. Accuracy of three speech recognition systems: Case study of dysarthric speech Aac: Augmentative and Alternative Communication. 16: 186-196.  0.72
1999 Sanger DD, Hux K, Ritzman M. Female juvenile delinquents' pragmatic awareness of conversational interactions Journal of Communication Disorders. 32: 281-295. PMID 10498010 DOI: 10.1016/S0021-9924(99)00003-9  0.72
1999 Hux K, Marquardt J, Skinner S, Bond V. Special education services provided to students with and without parental reports of traumatic brain injury Brain Injury. 13: 447-455. PMID 10401545 DOI: 10.1080/026990599121494  0.72
1998 Hux K, Bond V, Skinner S, Belau D, Sanger D. Parental report of occurrences and consequences of traumatic brain injury among delinquent and non-delinquent youth Brain Injury. 12: 667-681. PMID 9724838  0.72
1998 Howard S, Shaughnessy A, Sanger D, Hux K. Let's Talk! Facilitating Language in Early Elementary Classrooms Young Children. 53: 34-39.  0.72
1998 Hux K, Mercure MJ, Wood M, Scharf S, Vitko C. Synthetic and natural speech processing by adults with or without aphasia: An investigation of attention allocation Journal of Medical Speech-Language Pathology. 6: 123-141.  0.72
1997 Hux K, Sanger D, Reid R, Maschka A. Disclosure analysis procedures: reliability issues Journal of Communication Disorders. 30. PMID 9100128  0.72
1997 Hux K, Koch A. Word association behaviors of survivors of severe traumatic brain injury Journal of Medical Speech-Language Pathology. 5: 181-190.  0.72
1997 Sanger DD, Hux K, Belau D. Oral Language Skills of Female Juvenile Delinquents American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology. 6: 70-76.  0.72
1997 Lasker J, Hux K, Garrett KL, Moncrief EM, Eischeid TJ. Variations on the written choice communication strategy for individuals with severe aphasia Aac: Augmentative and Alternative Communication. 13: 108-116.  0.72
1997 Brisk DJ, Healey EC, Hux KA. Clinicians' training and confidence associated with treating school-age children who stutter: A national survey Language, Speech, and Hearing Services in Schools. 28: 164-172.  0.72
1996 Hux K, Hacksley C. Mild Traumatic Brain Injury: Facilitating School Success Intervention in School and Clinic. 31: 158-165.  0.72
1996 King JM, Hux K. Attention allocation in adults with and without aphasia: Performance on linguistic and nonlinguistic tasks Journal of Medical Speech-Language Pathology. 4: 245-256.  0.72
1996 Hux K, Walker M, Sanger DD. Traumatic brain injury: Knowledge and self-perceptions of school speech-language pathologists Language, Speech, and Hearing Services in Schools. 27: 171-180.  0.72
1996 Simpson KO, Hux K, Beukelman DR, Lutt S, Gaebler CA. Two-item comparison task to assess category structure Aac: Augmentative and Alternative Communication. 12: 181-187.  0.72
1995 King JM, Hux K. Intervention Using Talking Word Processing Software: An Aphasia Case Study Augmentative and Alternative Communication. 11: 187-192. DOI: 10.1080/07434619512331277309  0.72
1995 Sutton B, King J, Hux K, Beukelman DR. Younger and Older Adults Rate Performance When Listening to Synthetic Speech Augmentative and Alternative Communication. 11: 147-153. DOI: 10.1080/07434619512331277269  0.72
1994 Jones R, Hux K, Anne Morton-Anderson K, Knepper L. Auditory stimulation effect on a comatose survivor of traumatic brain injury Archives of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation. 75: 164-171. PMID 8311672  0.72
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