Edythe A. Strand mainly investigates Audiology, Apraxia, Developmental psychology, Aphasia and Primary progressive aphasia. Her work on Audiology is being expanded to include thematically relevant topics such as Childhood apraxia of speech. Her Apraxia study combines topics in areas such as White matter and Language disorder.
Her Developmental psychology study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Language assessment, Parkinson's disease, Neuropsychology and Consensus criteria. Her Aphasia research is multidisciplinary, relying on both Alzheimer's disease, Magnetic resonance imaging and Atrophy, Pathology. Her research integrates issues of Positron emission tomography, Diffusion MRI and Semantic dementia in her study of Primary progressive aphasia.
Her primary areas of study are Audiology, Apraxia, Aphasia, Primary progressive aphasia and Childhood apraxia of speech. Her Audiology research integrates issues from Developmental psychology and Cognition. As a member of one scientific family, Edythe A. Strand mostly works in the field of Apraxia, focusing on Supplementary motor area and, on occasion, Precentral gyrus.
Her work deals with themes such as Parkinsonism, Dementia, Semantic dementia and Neuropsychology, which intersect with Aphasia. Her Primary progressive aphasia study incorporates themes from Logopenic progressive aphasia, Pittsburgh compound B, Positron emission tomography, Neuroscience and Atrophy. Her work in Childhood apraxia of speech addresses issues such as Speech delay, which are connected to fields such as Diagnostic marker.
Edythe A. Strand spends much of her time researching Audiology, Apraxia, Aphasia, Primary progressive aphasia and Childhood apraxia of speech. The Audiology study combines topics in areas such as Logopenic aphasia, Stress and Cognition. Her Apraxia research includes elements of Motor speech disorders, Primary progressive, Supplementary motor area, Neuroimaging and Parkinsonism.
Her biological study deals with issues like Grey matter, which deal with fields such as Frontal lobe. Her Primary progressive aphasia research includes themes of White matter, Positron emission tomography, Western Aphasia Battery, Repetition and Logopenic progressive aphasia. Her research investigates the connection between Childhood apraxia of speech and topics such as Speech delay that intersect with issues in Diagnostic marker.
Her main research concerns Audiology, Childhood apraxia of speech, Apraxia, Speech delay and Diagnostic marker. Her study in Audiology is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Stress, Deep brain stimulation and Aphasia. Edythe A. Strand carries out multidisciplinary research, doing studies in Aphasia and Premotor cortex.
Her Childhood apraxia of speech research incorporates themes from Regulation of gene expression, Regulator gene and Genome. Her Apraxia study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Primary progressive aphasia, Syllable, Severity of illness and Supplementary motor area. Her research on Primary progressive aphasia also deals with topics like
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Characterizing a neurodegenerative syndrome: primary progressive apraxia of speech
Keith Anthony Josephs;Joseph R Duffy;Edythe Strand;Mary Margaret Machulda.
Movement preparation in Parkinson's disease. The use of advance information.
George E. Stelmach;Charles J. Worringham;Edythe A. Strand.
Comprehensibility of Dysarthric Speech
Kathryn M. Yorkston;Edythe A. Strand;Mary R.T. Kennedy.
American Journal of Speech-language Pathology (1996)
Extensions to the Speech Disorders Classification System (SDCS)
Lawrence D. Shriberg;Marios Fourakis;Sheryl D. Hall;Heather B. Karlsson.
Clinical Linguistics & Phonetics (2010)
Quantitative application of the primary progressive aphasia consensus criteria
Meredith R. Wicklund;Joseph R. Duffy;Edythe A. Strand;Mary M. Machulda.
Syndromes dominated by apraxia of speech show distinct characteristics from agrammatic PPA
Keith A. Josephs;Joseph R. Duffy;Edythe A. Strand;Mary M. Machulda.
Evidence-Based Systematic Review: Effects of Nonspeech Oral Motor Exercises on Speech
Rebecca J. McCauley;Edythe Strand;Gregory L. Lof;Tracy Schooling.
American Journal of Speech-language Pathology (2009)
The apraxia of speech rating scale: A tool for diagnosis and description of apraxia of speech
Edythe A. Strand;Joseph R. Duffy;Heather M. Clark;Keith Josephs.
Journal of Communication Disorders (2014)
Prevalence and phenotype of childhood apraxia of speech in youth with galactosemia.
Lawrence D. Shriberg;Nancy L. Potter;Edythe A. Strand.
Journal of Speech Language and Hearing Research (2011)
Treatment of Severe Childhood Apraxia of Speech: A Treatment Efficacy Study.
Edythe A. Strand;Ruth Stoeckel;Becky Baas.
Journal of Medical Speech-language Pathology (2006)
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