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ERIC Number: EJ902766
Record Type: Journal
Publication Date: 2006-May
Pages: 9
Abstractor: As Provided
Reference Count: 0
ISSN: ISSN-1058-0360
The Personalized Cueing Method: From the Laboratory to the Clinic
Marshall, Robert C.; Freed, Donald B.
American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology, v15 n2 p103-111 May 2006
Purpose: The personalized cueing method is a novel procedure for treating naming deficits of persons with aphasia that is relatively unfamiliar to most speech-language pathologists. The goal of this article is to introduce the personalized cueing method to clinicians so that it might be expanded and improved upon. It is also hoped that this article will promote further research in the treatment of naming deficits of clients with aphasia. Method: This clinical focus article (a) describes the origins of the personalized cueing method, the steps involved in creating personalized cues, and training and assessment procedures used with the personalized cueing method; (b) summarizes the published research supporting the use of the personalized cueing method; and (c) highlights some of the clinical advantages of this novel naming treatment for clients and clinicians. Results: Research with the personalized cueing method indicates that durability (long-term naming accuracy) for items trained with the personalized cueing method exceeds that for items trained with phonological cueing and other methods. It further shows that as the stimuli used to train naming in the personalized cueing experiments have become more realistic, durability of personalized cueing has increased. Conclusions: Personalized cueing is a parsimonious approach for treatment of naming deficits of persons with aphasia that has shown positive treatment effects in 8-12 training sessions.
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Publication Type: Journal Articles; Reports - Research
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Language: English
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