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Professor Chris Code

Professor Chris Code

Honorary Research Fellow

 Washington Singer 

 

Washington Singer Laboratories, University of Exeter, Perry Road, Prince of Wales Road, Exeter, EX4 4QG, UK

Overview

Chris Code is Professorial Research Fellow in the School of Psychology, Foundation Professor of Communication Sciences and Disorders (Hon) at the University of Sydney, Visiting professor University of Louisianna at Lafayette and used to be Research Manager for Speakability, the British lobbying and advocacy charity for aphasic people conducting research into the psychosocial consequences of aphasia and is Speakability's National Adviser on Aphasia. He is Patron of AphasiaNow. He has also been Fellow of the Hanse Institute for Advanced Stdy, Delmonhurst, Germany and Visiting Professor at the University of Bremen, Germany. His research interests include the cognitive neuroscience of language and speech, psychosocial consequences of aphasia, aphasia and the evolution of language and speech, recovery and treatment of aphasia, the public awareness of aphasia, the neuropsychology of number processing and speech and limb apraxias, facial action. He is co-founding Editor of the international journal Aphasiology, past Editor of the International Journal of Language & Communication Disorders and the Australian Journal of Communication Disorders, and is on the editorial boards of several journals. His books include Aphasia Therapy (1982 with DJ Müller), Language, Aphasia and the Right Hemisphere (1987), The Characteristics of Aphasia (1991) and Classic Cases in Neuropsychology (Vol I, 1996; Vol II, 2002) (with C-W Wallesch, Y. Joanette & AR Lecour) and Milestones in the History of Aphasia (2008) (with Juergen Tesak). He is a Fellow of the British Psychological Society and Fellow of the Royal College of Speech and Language Therapists and was recently honoured with a festschrift, Clinical Aphasiology. edited by MJ Ball & Jack Damico . He received the Robin Tavistock Award for Services to Aphasia in 2010.

Qualifications

MA (Essex), PhD (Wales), FBPsS, FRCSLT

Links

Research group links

Research

Research interests

  • Neuropsychology
  • Neuropsychology of language,speech and action
  • Neuropsychological and psychosocial aspects of aphasia and related disorders and disabilities
  • Neuropsychology of calculation
  • Rehabilitation

Research projects

  • Progressive speech, language & action impairments
  • Rehabilitation of aphasia
  • Psychological and social aspects of aphasia

Research networks

Aphasiology & Neuropsychology Worldwide

Publications

Key publications | Publications by category | Publications by year

Key publications


Code C (2011). Nonfluent aphasia and the evolution of proto-language. Journal of Neurolinguistics, 24, 136-144. Abstract.
Code CFS, Tree J, Dawe K (2009). Opportunities to say ‘yes’: rare speech automatisms in a case of progressive nonfluent aphasia and apraxia. Neurocase, 15, 445-458. Abstract.
Fehr T, Code C, Herrmann M (2008). Auditory task presentation reveals predominantly right hemisphere activation patterns during mental calculation. Neuroscience Letters, 41, 39-44. Abstract.
Fehr T, Code C, Herrman M (2007). Common brain regions underlying different arithmetic operations as revealed by conjunct fMRI-BOLD activation. Brain Research, 1172, 93-102. Abstract.

Publications by category


Books

Mcdonald, S, Togher, L, Code, CFS (eds)(In Press). Social and communication disorders following traumatic brain injury (Second edition). Hove, East Sussex, Psychology Press.
Tesak J, Code C (2008). Milestones in the History of Aphasia. Hove, East Sussex, Psychology Press. Author URL.
O’Halloran R, Worrall L, Toffolo D, Code CFS, Hickson L (2004). The Inpatient Functional Communication Interview.  Bicester, Speechmark Publicastions.
Code C, Wallesch CW, Joanette Y, Lecours AR (2002). Classic Cases in Neuropsychology - Volume II. Hove, Psychology Press.

Journal articles

Code CFS (In Press). Creating psychological connections between intervention recipients: Development and focus group evaluation of a collective singing session for people with aphasia. BMJ Open, 1-9.
Tarrant M, Warmouth K, Code C, Dean S, Goodwin V, Stein, Sugavanam T (In Press). Creating psychological connections between intervention recipients: Development and focus group evaluation of a group singing session for people with aphasia.  Abstract.  Full text.
Harasty J, Chance S, Code CFS, Halliday G (In Press). The left human speech and language cortex although longer is equal volumetrically to the right with equal neuronal density but significantly different minicolumns spacing.
Vuković M, Matić D, Kovač A, Vuković I, Code C (2016). Extending knowledge of the public awareness of aphasia in the Balkans: Serbia and Montenegro. Disability and Rehabilitation, 39(23), 2381-2386.
Salisbury LA, Code C (2016). Jackson's Parrot: Samuel Beckett, Aphasic Speech Automatisms, and Psychosomatic Language. Journal of Medical Humanities Abstract.  Full text.
Salis C, Kelly H, Code CFS (2015). Assessment and treatment of short-term and working memory impairments in stroke aphasia. International Journal of Language and Communication Disorders Abstract.
Salis C, Kelly H, Code C (2015). Assessment and treatment of short-term and working memory impairments in stroke aphasia: a practical tutorial. International Journal of Language & Communication Disorders, 50(6), 721-736.
Code C, Papathanasiou I, Rubio-Bruno S, de la Paz Cabana M, Villanueva MM, Haaland-Johansen L, Prizl-Jakovac T, Leko A, Zemva N, Patterson R, et al (2015). International patterns of the public awareness of aphasia. International Journal of Language & Communication Disorders, 51(3), 276-284.
Patterson R, Roberts A, Berry R, Cain M, Iqbal M, Code CFS, Rochon E, Leonard C (2015). Raising awareness of aphasia in Southern Ontario, Canada – a survey. International Journal of Speech-Language Pathology Abstract.
Code C, Tree JJ, Mariën P (2015). Squaring the round: an unusual progressive graphomotor impairment with post-mortem findings. Journal of Neuropsychology, 11(2), 222-237.
Code CFS, Tree JT, Mariën P (2015). Squaring the round: an unusual progressive graphomotor impairment with post mortem findings. Journal of Neuropsychology
Code CFS (2013). Did Leborgne have one or two speech automatisms?. Journal of the History of the Neurosciences: basic and clinical perspectives, 22(3), 319-320. Abstract.
Code CFS, Ball MJ, Tree J, Dawe K (2013). The effects of initiation, termination and inhibition impairments on speech rate in a case of progressive nonfluent aphasia with progressive apraxia of speech with frontotemporal degeneration. Journal of Neurolinguistics, 26, 602-618. Abstract.
Code CFS (2012). Apportioning Time for Aphasia Rehabilitation. Aphasiology, 26(5), 729-735. Abstract.
Code C, Petheram B (2011). Delivering for aphasia. International Journal of Speech-Language Pathology., 13, 3-10. Abstract.
Roger P, Code C (2011). Lost in translation? Issues of content validity in interpreter-mediated aphasia assessments. International Journal of Speech-Language Pathology., 13(1), 61-73. Abstract.
Code C (2011). Nonfluent aphasia and the evolution of proto-language. Journal of Neurolinguistics, 24, 136-144. Abstract.
Code CFS, Tree JT, Ball MJ (2011). The Influence of Psycholinguistic Variables on Articulatory Errors in Naming in Progressive Motor Speech Degeneration. Clinical Linguistics and Phonetics, 25(11-12), 1074-1080. Abstract.
Bate S, Kay J, Code CFS, Haslam C, Hallowell B (2010). Eighteen years on: What next for the PALPA?. International Joural of Speech-Language Pathology, 12, 190-202. Abstract.
Code C, Torney A, Gildea E, Willmes K (2010). Outcome of a one-month therapy intensive for chronic aphasia: variable individual responses. Seminars in Speech and Language, 31, 21-33.
Power E, Code CFS, Croot K, Sheard C, Gonzalez-Rothi L (2009). Florida Apraxia Battery-Extended and Revised Sydney (FABERS): Design, description, and a healthy control sample. Journal of Clinical & Experimental Neuropsychology, 32, 1-18. Abstract.
Code CFS, Tree J, Dawe K (2009). Opportunities to say ‘yes’: rare speech automatisms in a case of progressive nonfluent aphasia and apraxia. Neurocase, 15, 445-458. Abstract.
Fehr T, Code C, Herrmann M (2008). Auditory task presentation reveals predominantly right hemisphere activation patterns during mental calculation. Neuroscience Letters, 41, 39-44. Abstract.
McCabe P, Sheard C, Code C (2008). Communication impairment in the AIDS dementia complex (ADC):. A case report. Journal of Communication Disorders, 41, 203-222.
Ball MJ, Rutter B, Code CFS (2008). Phonological analysis of a case of progressive speech degeneration. Ball, M. J. Rutter, B. and Code, C. (2008) Phonological Analyses of a case of Progressive Speech Degeneration. Asia-Pacific Journal of Speech, Language and Hearing, 11, 305-312. Abstract.
Fehr T, Code C, Herrman M (2007). Common brain regions underlying different arithmetic operations as revealed by conjunct fMRI-BOLD activation. Brain Research, 1172, 93-102. Abstract.
O Halloran R, Worrall L, Hickson L, Code CFS (2007). Development of a measure of communication activity for the acute hospital setting Part II: item analysis, selection and reliability. Journal of Medical Speech-Language Pathology, 15, 51-66.
Packman A, Code CFS, Onslow M (2007). On the cause of stuttering: Integrating brain and behavioral research. Journal of Neurolinguistics, 20, 353-362.
McCabe P, Sheard C, Code C (2007). Pragmatic skills in people with HIV/AIDS. Disability and Rehabilitation, 29, 1251-1260.
Code C, Muller N, Tree JT, Ball MJ (2006). Syntactic impairments can emerge later: progressive agrammatic agraphia and syntactic comprehension impairment. Aphasiology, 20, 1035-1058. Abstract.
Power E, Code C (2006). Waving not drowning: utilising gesture in the treatment of aphasia. Advances in Speech-Language Pathology, 8, 115-119.
Code C, Lincoln M, Dredge R (2005). Asymmetries in mouth opening during word generation in male stuttering and non-stuttering participants. Laterality, 10, 471-486.
Code CFS (2005). First in, last out: the evolution of lexical aphasic speech automatisms to agrammatism and the evolution of language. Interaction Studies, 6, 311-334. Abstract.
Togher, L. MacDonald, S. Code C, Grant S (2004). Training communication partners of people with traumatic brain injury: a randomised controlled trial. Aphasiology, 18(4), 313-335.
Roberts, P. Code C, McNeil, M. (2003). Describing participants in aphasia research. Part 1: Audit of current practice. Aphasiology, 17(10), 911-932.
Code CFS, Herrmann M (2003). The Relevance of Emotional and Psychosocial Factors in Aphasia to Rehabilitation. Neuropsychological Rehabilitation, 13(1-2), 109-132.
Code CFS (2003). The quantity of life for people with chronic aphasia. Neuropsychological Rehabilitation, 13(3), 379-390.
Code CFS, Armstrong E, Elman R, Simmons-Mackie N (2002). What is aphasia? Results of an international study. Aphasiology, 16(8), 837-848.
Code CFS (2001). Multifactorial processes in recovery from aphasia: developing the foundations for a multilevelled framework. Brain and Language, 77(1), 25-44.

Chapters

Fehr T, Code C, Herrmann M (In Press). Neuronal correlates of mental calculation. In Herrmann M, Thiel C (Eds.) Topics in Advanced Neuroimaging, Oldenburg: bis-Publishers.
McDonald S, Togher L, Code CFS (In Press). The nature of cognitive deficits and psychosocial function following TBI. In McDonald S, Togher L, Code CFS (Eds.) Social and communication disorders following traumatic brain injury, Hove, East Sussex: Psychology Press.
Code CFS (2017). Significant Landmarks in the History of Aphasia and its Therapy. In Papathanasiou I, Coppens P (Eds.) Aphasia and Related Neurogenic Communication Disorders, Burlington, MA, USA: Jones and Bartlett, 15-36.
Ball MJ, Muller N, Code CFS (2016). Sonority and aphasia. In Ball MJ, Muller N (Eds.) Challenging Sonority: Cross-Linguistic Evidence, Sheffield: Equinox, 397-424.
Roger P, Code C (2013). Diverging professional orientations to content and form in interpreter-mediated aphasia assessments. In Sarangi S, Candlin C (Eds.) Interpreter-mediated Healthcare Consultations, London: Equinox.
Salisbury L, Code CFS (2013). Jackson’s Parrot: Samuel Beckett, Aphasic Speech Automatisms, and Psychosomatic Language. In Eagle C (Ed) Talking Normal: Literature, Speech Disorders, and Disability, Routledge. Full text.
Togher, L, Mcdonald, S, Code CFS (2013). Social and Communication disorders following traumatic brain injury. In Mcdonald S, Togher L, Code CFS (Eds.) Social and communication disorders following traumatic brain injury, Hove, East Sussex: Psychology Press.
Code C (2013). The History of Aphasia & its Therapy. In Papathanasiou I, Coppens P, Potagas C (Eds.) Aphasia and Related Neurogenic Communication Disorders, Sudbury, Mass.: Jones & Bartlett, 3-22.
Mcdonald S, Togher L, Code CFS (2013). Traumatic Brain Injury: Basic Features. In Mcdonald S, Togher L, Code CFS (Eds.) Social and communication disorders following traumatic brain injury, Hove, East Sussex: Psychology Press.
Code C (2010). Aphasia. In Ball MJ, Muller N, Damico J (Eds.) Blackwell Handbook of Communication Disorders, Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell.
Code C (2008). Aphasia recovery, therapy and psychosocial adjustment. In Baum A, McManus C, Newman S, Weinmanm J, West R (Eds.) The Cambridge Handbook of Psychology, Health & Medicine, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Code C, Muller DJ (2003). Psychosocial and Quality of Life Issues in Treatment. In Kent R (Ed) The MIT Encyclopaedia of Communication Disorders, Cambridge Mass.: the MIT Press.

Publications by year


In Press

Code CFS (In Press). Creating psychological connections between intervention recipients: Development and focus group evaluation of a collective singing session for people with aphasia. BMJ Open, 1-9.
Tarrant M, Warmouth K, Code C, Dean S, Goodwin V, Stein, Sugavanam T (In Press). Creating psychological connections between intervention recipients: Development and focus group evaluation of a group singing session for people with aphasia.  Abstract.  Full text.
Fehr T, Code C, Herrmann M (In Press). Neuronal correlates of mental calculation. In Herrmann M, Thiel C (Eds.) Topics in Advanced Neuroimaging, Oldenburg: bis-Publishers.
Mcdonald, S, Togher, L, Code, CFS (eds)(In Press). Social and communication disorders following traumatic brain injury (Second edition). Hove, East Sussex, Psychology Press.
Harasty J, Chance S, Code CFS, Halliday G (In Press). The left human speech and language cortex although longer is equal volumetrically to the right with equal neuronal density but significantly different minicolumns spacing.
McDonald S, Togher L, Code CFS (In Press). The nature of cognitive deficits and psychosocial function following TBI. In McDonald S, Togher L, Code CFS (Eds.) Social and communication disorders following traumatic brain injury, Hove, East Sussex: Psychology Press.

2017

Code CFS (2017). Significant Landmarks in the History of Aphasia and its Therapy. In Papathanasiou I, Coppens P (Eds.) Aphasia and Related Neurogenic Communication Disorders, Burlington, MA, USA: Jones and Bartlett, 15-36.

2016

Vuković M, Matić D, Kovač A, Vuković I, Code C (2016). Extending knowledge of the public awareness of aphasia in the Balkans: Serbia and Montenegro. Disability and Rehabilitation, 39(23), 2381-2386.
Salisbury LA, Code C (2016). Jackson's Parrot: Samuel Beckett, Aphasic Speech Automatisms, and Psychosomatic Language. Journal of Medical Humanities Abstract.  Full text.
Ball MJ, Muller N, Code CFS (2016). Sonority and aphasia. In Ball MJ, Muller N (Eds.) Challenging Sonority: Cross-Linguistic Evidence, Sheffield: Equinox, 397-424.

2015

Salis C, Kelly H, Code CFS (2015). Assessment and treatment of short-term and working memory impairments in stroke aphasia. International Journal of Language and Communication Disorders Abstract.
Salis C, Kelly H, Code C (2015). Assessment and treatment of short-term and working memory impairments in stroke aphasia: a practical tutorial. International Journal of Language & Communication Disorders, 50(6), 721-736.
Code C, Papathanasiou I, Rubio-Bruno S, de la Paz Cabana M, Villanueva MM, Haaland-Johansen L, Prizl-Jakovac T, Leko A, Zemva N, Patterson R, et al (2015). International patterns of the public awareness of aphasia. International Journal of Language & Communication Disorders, 51(3), 276-284.
Patterson R, Roberts A, Berry R, Cain M, Iqbal M, Code CFS, Rochon E, Leonard C (2015). Raising awareness of aphasia in Southern Ontario, Canada – a survey. International Journal of Speech-Language Pathology Abstract.
Code C, Tree JJ, Mariën P (2015). Squaring the round: an unusual progressive graphomotor impairment with post-mortem findings. Journal of Neuropsychology, 11(2), 222-237.
Code CFS, Tree JT, Mariën P (2015). Squaring the round: an unusual progressive graphomotor impairment with post mortem findings. Journal of Neuropsychology

2013

Code CFS (2013). Did Leborgne have one or two speech automatisms?. Journal of the History of the Neurosciences: basic and clinical perspectives, 22(3), 319-320. Abstract.
Roger P, Code C (2013). Diverging professional orientations to content and form in interpreter-mediated aphasia assessments. In Sarangi S, Candlin C (Eds.) Interpreter-mediated Healthcare Consultations, London: Equinox.
Salisbury L, Code CFS (2013). Jackson’s Parrot: Samuel Beckett, Aphasic Speech Automatisms, and Psychosomatic Language. In Eagle C (Ed) Talking Normal: Literature, Speech Disorders, and Disability, Routledge. Full text.
Togher, L, Mcdonald, S, Code CFS (2013). Social and Communication disorders following traumatic brain injury. In Mcdonald S, Togher L, Code CFS (Eds.) Social and communication disorders following traumatic brain injury, Hove, East Sussex: Psychology Press.
Code C (2013). The History of Aphasia & its Therapy. In Papathanasiou I, Coppens P, Potagas C (Eds.) Aphasia and Related Neurogenic Communication Disorders, Sudbury, Mass.: Jones & Bartlett, 3-22.
Code CFS, Ball MJ, Tree J, Dawe K (2013). The effects of initiation, termination and inhibition impairments on speech rate in a case of progressive nonfluent aphasia with progressive apraxia of speech with frontotemporal degeneration. Journal of Neurolinguistics, 26, 602-618. Abstract.
Mcdonald S, Togher L, Code CFS (2013). Traumatic Brain Injury: Basic Features. In Mcdonald S, Togher L, Code CFS (Eds.) Social and communication disorders following traumatic brain injury, Hove, East Sussex: Psychology Press.

2012

Code CFS (2012). Apportioning Time for Aphasia Rehabilitation. Aphasiology, 26(5), 729-735. Abstract.

2011

Code C, Petheram B (2011). Delivering for aphasia. International Journal of Speech-Language Pathology., 13, 3-10. Abstract.
Roger P, Code C (2011). Lost in translation? Issues of content validity in interpreter-mediated aphasia assessments. International Journal of Speech-Language Pathology., 13(1), 61-73. Abstract.
Code C (2011). Nonfluent aphasia and the evolution of proto-language. Journal of Neurolinguistics, 24, 136-144. Abstract.
Code CFS, Tree JT, Ball MJ (2011). The Influence of Psycholinguistic Variables on Articulatory Errors in Naming in Progressive Motor Speech Degeneration. Clinical Linguistics and Phonetics, 25(11-12), 1074-1080. Abstract.

2010

Code C (2010). Aphasia. In Ball MJ, Muller N, Damico J (Eds.) Blackwell Handbook of Communication Disorders, Oxford: Wiley-Blackwell.
Bate S, Kay J, Code CFS, Haslam C, Hallowell B (2010). Eighteen years on: What next for the PALPA?. International Joural of Speech-Language Pathology, 12, 190-202. Abstract.
Code C, Torney A, Gildea E, Willmes K (2010). Outcome of a one-month therapy intensive for chronic aphasia: variable individual responses. Seminars in Speech and Language, 31, 21-33.

2009

Power E, Code CFS, Croot K, Sheard C, Gonzalez-Rothi L (2009). Florida Apraxia Battery-Extended and Revised Sydney (FABERS): Design, description, and a healthy control sample. Journal of Clinical & Experimental Neuropsychology, 32, 1-18. Abstract.
Code CFS, Tree J, Dawe K (2009). Opportunities to say ‘yes’: rare speech automatisms in a case of progressive nonfluent aphasia and apraxia. Neurocase, 15, 445-458. Abstract.

2008

Code C (2008). Aphasia recovery, therapy and psychosocial adjustment. In Baum A, McManus C, Newman S, Weinmanm J, West R (Eds.) The Cambridge Handbook of Psychology, Health & Medicine, Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.
Fehr T, Code C, Herrmann M (2008). Auditory task presentation reveals predominantly right hemisphere activation patterns during mental calculation. Neuroscience Letters, 41, 39-44. Abstract.
McCabe P, Sheard C, Code C (2008). Communication impairment in the AIDS dementia complex (ADC):. A case report. Journal of Communication Disorders, 41, 203-222.
Tesak J, Code C (2008). Milestones in the History of Aphasia. Hove, East Sussex, Psychology Press. Author URL.
Ball MJ, Rutter B, Code CFS (2008). Phonological analysis of a case of progressive speech degeneration. Ball, M. J. Rutter, B. and Code, C. (2008) Phonological Analyses of a case of Progressive Speech Degeneration. Asia-Pacific Journal of Speech, Language and Hearing, 11, 305-312. Abstract.

2007

Fehr T, Code C, Herrman M (2007). Common brain regions underlying different arithmetic operations as revealed by conjunct fMRI-BOLD activation. Brain Research, 1172, 93-102. Abstract.
O Halloran R, Worrall L, Hickson L, Code CFS (2007). Development of a measure of communication activity for the acute hospital setting Part II: item analysis, selection and reliability. Journal of Medical Speech-Language Pathology, 15, 51-66.
Packman A, Code CFS, Onslow M (2007). On the cause of stuttering: Integrating brain and behavioral research. Journal of Neurolinguistics, 20, 353-362.
McCabe P, Sheard C, Code C (2007). Pragmatic skills in people with HIV/AIDS. Disability and Rehabilitation, 29, 1251-1260.

2006

Code C, Muller N, Tree JT, Ball MJ (2006). Syntactic impairments can emerge later: progressive agrammatic agraphia and syntactic comprehension impairment. Aphasiology, 20, 1035-1058. Abstract.
Power E, Code C (2006). Waving not drowning: utilising gesture in the treatment of aphasia. Advances in Speech-Language Pathology, 8, 115-119.

2005

Code C, Lincoln M, Dredge R (2005). Asymmetries in mouth opening during word generation in male stuttering and non-stuttering participants. Laterality, 10, 471-486.
Code CFS (2005). First in, last out: the evolution of lexical aphasic speech automatisms to agrammatism and the evolution of language. Interaction Studies, 6, 311-334. Abstract.

2004

O’Halloran R, Worrall L, Toffolo D, Code CFS, Hickson L (2004). The Inpatient Functional Communication Interview.  Bicester, Speechmark Publicastions.
Togher, L. MacDonald, S. Code C, Grant S (2004). Training communication partners of people with traumatic brain injury: a randomised controlled trial. Aphasiology, 18(4), 313-335.

2003

Roberts, P. Code C, McNeil, M. (2003). Describing participants in aphasia research. Part 1: Audit of current practice. Aphasiology, 17(10), 911-932.
Code C, Muller DJ (2003). Psychosocial and Quality of Life Issues in Treatment. In Kent R (Ed) The MIT Encyclopaedia of Communication Disorders, Cambridge Mass.: the MIT Press.
Code CFS, Herrmann M (2003). The Relevance of Emotional and Psychosocial Factors in Aphasia to Rehabilitation. Neuropsychological Rehabilitation, 13(1-2), 109-132.
Code CFS (2003). The quantity of life for people with chronic aphasia. Neuropsychological Rehabilitation, 13(3), 379-390.

2002

Code C, Wallesch CW, Joanette Y, Lecours AR (2002). Classic Cases in Neuropsychology - Volume II. Hove, Psychology Press.
Code CFS, Armstrong E, Elman R, Simmons-Mackie N (2002). What is aphasia? Results of an international study. Aphasiology, 16(8), 837-848.

2001

Code CFS (2001). Multifactorial processes in recovery from aphasia: developing the foundations for a multilevelled framework. Brain and Language, 77(1), 25-44.

Refresh publications

External Engagement and Impact

Awards and distinctions

Recenty honored with a festschrift, Clinical Aphasiology. edited by MJ Ball & Jack Damico, published by Psychology Press.

Received The Robin Tavistock Award for Services to Aphasia 2010


Committee/panel activities

Elected Fellow of the British Psychological Society (1996)

Elected Fellow of the Royal College of Speech and Language Therapists

National Adviser to the charity Speakability

Patron of AphasiaNow


Editorial responsibilities

Editor in Chief, Aphasiology,

Editorial Board Member: Journal of Neurolinguistics, Clinical Linguistics & Phonetics, Disability & Rehabilitation, Asia-Pacific, International Journal of Language & Communication Disorders, Journal of Speech & Language Pathology, Medical Speech & Language Pathology.

Book Series Co-Editor: Brain, Behaviour & Cognition. Psychology Press, Hove.

Teaching

Neuropsychology, particularly of language and speech.

Supervision / Group

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