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					ARIZONA STATE UNIVERSITY CURRICULUM VITA FOR HEATHER HARRIS WRIGHT GENERAL INFORMATION Office Address: Department of Speech and Hearing Sciences College of Liberal Arts and Sciences P. O. Box 870102 Tempe, AZ 85287-0102 Heather.Wright.1@asu.edu (480) 727-6455 (480) 965-8516

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CERTIFICATION/LICENSURE: 2006-present Licensed Speech-Language Pathologist – Arizona Department of Health Services. License # SLP5005 Licensed Speech-Language Pathologist – Kentucky Board of Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology. License # 2442 Licensed Speech-Language Pathologist – Georgia Board of Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology. License # 004123 Licensed Speech-Language Pathologist – Florida Board of Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology. Certificate of Clinical Competence – American Speech-Language-Hearing Association. Rockville, MD Certification # 09106194

2000-2005

1997-2000

1996-1997

1997-present

EDUCATION: 2000 – The University of Georgia, Doctor of Philosophy, Communication Sciences & Disorders 1996 – The University of Georgia, Master’s of Arts, Communication Sciences & Disorders 1994 – The University of Maryland, Bachelor of Arts, Hearing & Speech Science PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE 2005 - present Assistant Professor, Department of Speech and Hearing Sciences, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ 2000 - 2005 Assistant Professor, Division of Communication Disorders, Department of Rehabilitation Sciences, University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY Graduate Assistant, University of Georgia, Communication Sciences and Disorders, Athens, GA

1997-2000

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1997

Speech-Language Pathologist, Regents Learning Disabilities Center at University of Georgia, Athens, GA Clinical Supervisor, University of Georgia, Communication Sciences and Disorders, Athens, GA Speech-Language Pathologist, Coquina Health and Rehabilitation Center, Ormond Beach, FL

1998

1996-1997

ACADEMIC APPOINTMENTS 2005-present Full-Time, Assistant Professor, Department of Speech and Hearing Sciences, College of Liberal Arts and Sciences, Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ Full-Time, Regular Title Series, Assistant Professor, Division of Communication Disorders, College of Health Sciences, University of Kentucky, Lexington, KY

2000-2005

HOSPITAL OR CLINICAL APPOINTMENTS 2007-present 2002-2005 PRN Speech-Language Pathologist, Banner Home Care/Hospice, Gilbert, AZ PRN Speech-Language Pathologist, Pattie A. Clay Regional Medical Center, Richmond, KY PRN Speech-Language Pathologist, Vencare Ancillary Services, Atlanta, GA Speech-Language Pathologist, Coquina Health and Rehabilitation Center, Ormond Beach, FL

1997-2000 1996-1997

TEACHING ACTIVITY Arizona State University Fall 2005 - present Aphasia and Related Neurogenic Language Disorders (3cr.) Acquired Speech and Language Disorders (3cr.) Right hemisphere syndrome, traumatic brain injury, & dementia (3cr.) Northern Arizona University Spring 2007 Aphasia and Related Neurogenic Language Disorders (3cr.) University of Kentucky Fall 2000-Spring 2005 Language Assessment and Remediation (3 cr.) Aphasia (3 cr.) Clinic Practicum (3 cr.) Neuroplasticity in Rehabilitation (2 cr.) (co-teach) Neurogenic Communication Disorders I (3 cr.) Neurogenic Communication Disorders II (3 cr.) (co-teach) Neural Basis of Speech, Language, and Hearing (3 cr.) Advanced aphasia (3 cr.) (co-teach) University of Georgia Fall 1997 – Spring 2000 Articulation and Phonological Disorders (3 cr.)

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Preschool Language Disorders (3 cr.) Neural Basis of Speech and Hearing Sciences (3 cr.) Aphasia (3 cr.) ADVISING ACTIVITY Arizona State University Doctoral Program Committees: Chair, Stephanie Cotton University of Kentucky Rehabilitation Sciences Doctoral Program Committees: Member, Lyn Tindall; Completed August 2007 Member, Tammy Cranfill (in progress - ABD; still serving on committee as of 8/07) Gerontology Doctoral Program Committee: Co-Chair, Jennifer King (in progress - ABD; still serving on committee as of 8/07) Master’s Student Thesis Committees: Chair, Jill Davis; Completed 2005 Chair, Kresta Wilson; Completed 2005 ADMINISTRATIVE ACTIVITY & UNIVERSITY SERVICE A. Department/Division 2005-present Chair, Continuing Education Committee (ASU) 2005-present Member, Awards Committee (ASU) 2001-2002 Member, Regular Title Position Search Committee (UK) 2001 Member, Clinical Title Position Search Committee (UK) 2000-2001 Member, Regular Title Position Search Committee (UK)

B.

College 2004-2005 2004-2006 2003-2004 2002-2004 2001-2003 2000-2001

Member, Associate Dean for Research Search Committee (UK) Member, Research Advisory Committee (UK) Member, Task Force for the Office of the Associate Dean for Research Review (UK) Member, Contemporary and Alternative Medicine Committee (UK) Member, Research Advisory Committee (UK) Member, Rehabilitation Science Search Committee (UK)

C.

Medical Center 2003-2005 Alternate, Academic Council of the Medical Center (UK) 2002-2003 Member, Clinical Enterprise Strategic Plan Subcommittee (UK) University 2000-2001

D.

Member, Young Library Focus Group (UK)

HONORS 2006 ASHA Award for Continuing Education

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2006 2003 2003 2000 1997

Nominated, Dean’s Distinguished Teaching Award ASHA Award for Continuing Education Member, Alpha Eta ASHA Award for Continuing Education Member, Kappa Delta Epsilon

PROFESSIONAL ACTIVITY & PUBLIC SERVICE A. Memberships 2003-present Full member, Academy of Neurologic Communication Disorders and Sciences 2001-present Member, Special Interest Division #2: Neurophysiology & Neurogenic Speech & Language Disorders. American Speech-Language-Hearing Association. 2000-2002 Member, Executive Council for Kentucky-Speech-Language-Hearing Association 2000-2005 Member, Kentucky Speech-Language-Hearing Association 1996-1997 Member, Florida Speech-Language-Hearing Association 1996-present Member, American Speech-Language-Hearing Association 1994-1996 Student Member, Georgia Speech-Language-Hearing Association Service Activities 2004-2005 State Resource Specialist, ASHA SID2 2001-2005 State Representative, National Aphasia Association 2001-2005 Interdepartmental Clinical Geriatric Group 2000-2002 Newsletter Editor for KSHA Communicator Professional Committees 2007 Local Arrangements Associate Chair for Clinical Aphasiology Conference, Scottsdale, AZ 2005 Program Committee for Clinical Aphasiology Conference, Sanibel Island, FL 2004 ASHA Convention Program Committee for Language Science, Philadelphia, PA 2003 ASHA Convention Program Committee for Discipline Wide Research and Clinical Issues, Chicago, IL 2002 Program Committee for Clinical Aphasiology Conference, The Ozarks, MO 2000 Mentorship Program Committee for Clinical Aphasiology Conference, Kona Coast, HI 1998 Local Arrangements Committee for Clinical Aphasiology Conference, Key West, FL Study Sections 2002 - 2007 Invited Review Panelist, National Institutes of Health, BBBP-1 SBIR Study section (attended 10 meetings) Journal Reviews Reviewer for American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology Editorial Consultant for Journal of Speech, Language, Hearing Research Reviewer for Aphasiology Reviewer for Aphasiology, Clinical Aphasiology Conference 2005 special issue Reviewer for Aphasiology, Clinical Aphasiology Conference 2006 special issue Reviewer for Aphasiology, Clinical Aphasiology Conference 2007 special issue

B.

C.

D.

E.

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INVITED PRESENTATIONS Wright, H. H. (2007, May). Dynamic assessment of neurogenic communication disorders. Arizona Speech-Language-Hearing Association Convention, Phoenix, AZ. Wright, H. H. (2006, May). Communication breakdown after stroke. Good Ol’ Boys Club at Westminister Village, Scottsdale, AZ. Tindall, L., & Wright, H. H. (2006, February). Use of videophones to provide speech therapy to individuals with aphasia. Kentucky Conference on Communication Disorders, Louisville, KY. Wright, H. H., & Shisler, R. J. (2005, February). Working Memory in Aphasia: Theory, Measures, and Clinical Implications. Brescia University, Owensboro, KY. Stiles, N., & Wright, H. H. (2004, February). Case Study Presentation. UK Medical Center Interdisciplinary Geriatric Group, Lexington, KY. Wright, H. H., (2003, December). Neurogenic Communication Disorders in the Older Population.15th annual skills training for Pre-Admission Screening and Resident Review coordinators and staff, for the Dept. for Mental Health and Mental Retardation Services, Cabinet for Health Services, Lexington, KY. Stiles, N., & Wright, H. H. (2003, January). Case Study Presentation. The case of Mrs. Smith. UK Medical Center Interdisciplinary Geriatric Group, Lexington, KY. Wright, H. H. (2002, October). Dealing with Communication Breakdown after Stroke. Donovan Scholars Program, Lexington, KY. Wright, H. H. (2002, March). Case Study Presentation. Mrs. Jones: Quality of Life Issues for an Adult with a Communication Impairment following Stroke. UK Medical Center Interdisciplinary Geriatric Group, Lexington, KY. Wright, H. H. (2001, September). Dealing with Communication Breakdown after Stroke. Porter Memorial Baptist Church Senior Ministry Group, Lexington, KY. Wright, H. H. (2001, March). Language processing in aphasia. Kentucky Conference on Communication Disorders, Lexington, KY. Silverman, S. W., Wright, H. H., & Newhoff, M. (2000, February). Oral and written language analyses of college students with language disorders. Symposium, Hampton University Research Forum, Hampton, Virginia. RESEARCH PRODUCTIVITY (student names are underlined) A. Refereed Presentations 1. State

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Cycyk, L., & Wright, H. H. (2007, May). Differential diagnosis and management of frontotemporal dementia. Poster to present at Arizona Speech-Language-Hearing Association Convention, Phoenix, AZ. Wilson, K. B., Wright, H. H., & Page, J. L. (2005, February). The effects of written cueing on verbal naming in adults with fluent aphasia. Poster, Kentucky Conference on Communication Disorders, Lexington, KY. Davis, J. E., Wright, H. H., & Page, J. L. (2005, February). Effects of semantic features analysis on connected speech in context of adults with aphasia. Poster, Kentucky Conference on Communication Disorders, Lexington, KY. Marshall, R. C., Wright, H. H., & Cranfill, T. (2003, February). Some Benefits of Being a Researching Clinician. Mini-seminar, Kentucky Conference on Communication Disorders, Lexington, KY. 2. National Tindall, L., Stemple, J., Wright, H. H., Kleinart, H., & Deem, J. (2007, November). Videophone delivered voice therapy: Comparing outcomes to traditional delivery. Technical session to present at ASHA Convention, Boston, MA. Wright, H. H., & Capilouto, G. J. (2006, November). Narrative discourse performance: Changing instructions improves results. Poster presented at ASHA Convention, Miami, FL. Capilouto, G. J., & Wright, H. H. (2006, November). Scripting information components to improve narrative discourse: A preliminary investigation. Poster presented at ASHA Convention, Miami, FL. Wright, H. H., & Marshall, R. C. (2006, November). Developing an impairment-based measure for aphasia. Poster presented at ASHA Convention, Miami, FL. Tindall, L. & Wright, H. H. (2006, May). Telehealth in Speech Pathology: Application to the Treatment of Anomia. Technical session presented at Eleventh Annual Meeting of the American Telemedicine Association, San Diego, CA. Tindall, L. & Wright, H. H. (2005, November). Using videophones to deliver naming treatment to adults with aphasia. Technical session presented at ASHA Convention, San Diego, CA. Wilson, K. B., Wright, H. H., & Page, J. L. (2005, November). Using writing to improve verbal output in adults with aphasia. Technical session presented at ASHA Convention, San Diego, CA. Davis, J. E., Wright, H. H., Page, J. L. (2005, November). Using semantic features analysis to treat discourse in Broca’s aphasia. Poster presented at ASHA Convention, San Diego, CA. Capilouto, G. J., Wright, H. H., & Wagovich, S. A. (2005, May/June). Reliability of Main Event Measure for use in the Analysis of Structured Discourse. Poster presented at Clinical Aphasiology Conference, Sanibel Island, FL. Davis, J. E., Wright, H.H., & Page, J. L. (2005 May/June). Using Semantic Features Analysis to Treat Discourse in Context in Aphasia. NIDCD Travel Fellow poster presented at Clinical Aphasiology Conference, Sanibel Island, FL.

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Cranfill, T. B., Wright, H. H., & Marshall, R. C. (2004, November). Psychosocial measures and aphasiology. Poster presented at ASHA Convention, Philadelphia, PA. Capilouto, G. J., & Wright, H. H. (2004, November). Discourse in aphasia: History, measures, and clinical implications. Poster presented at ASHA Convention, Philadelphia, PA. Wagovich, S. E., Wright, H. H., & Newhoff, M. (2004, November). Oral and Written Language Analyses of College Students with LLD. Technical platform presented at ASHA Convention, Philadelphia, PA. Cranfill, T. B., Wright, H. H., & Newhoff, M. (2004, May). The Impact of Increased Attentional Demands on Sentence Processing Performance in Aphasia. Clinical Aphasiology Conference, Park City, UT. Wright, H. H., Capilouto, G. J., Davis, J. E., & Silverman, S. W. (2004, May). A Quantitative measure of adults’ structured narratives: Development and reliability. Clinical Aphasiology Conference, Park City, UT. Downey, R. A., Wright, H. H., Schwartz, R. G., Newhoff, M., Love, T., & Shapiro, L. P. (2004, May). Toward a measure of working memory in aphasia. Clinical Aphasiology Conference, Park City, UT. Silverman, S. W., Wright, H. H., Malone, M. A., & Newhoff, M. (2003, November). Written persuasion in college students with language-learning disabilities. Technical platform, ASHA convention, Chicago, IL. Capilouto, G., Wright, H. H., & Cranfill, T. B. (2003, November). Informativeness and efficiency of connected speech by younger and older adults. ASHA convention, Chicago, IL. Wright, H. H., & Shisler, R. (2003, November). Working memory in aphasia: Theory, measures, and clinical implications. Seminar, ASHA convention, Chicago, IL. Wright, H. H., Newhoff, M., & Schwartz, R. G. (2003, May). Priming auditory comprehension in aphasia: Facilitation and interference effects. Clinical Aphasiology Conference, Orcas Island, WA. Joseph, J. E., Dilks, S. K., & Wright, H. H. (2003, March). Modulation of fMRI response by priming effects during strategic lexical decision. 10th Annual Meeting of the Cognitive Neuroscience Society, New York, NY. Durrett, S., Ryan, W., Wright, H. H., & Newhoff, M. (2002, November). Reliability of Correct Information Unit Analysis. ASHA convention, Atlanta, GA. Silverman, S. W., Wright, H. H., Beckmann, M., & Newhoff, M. (2002, November). Narrative Analysis of College Students’ Oral & Written Stories. ASHA convention, Atlanta, GA. Cranfill, T., Gregory, L., Tindall, L., Marshall, R. C., & Wright, H. H. (2002, November). Intervention for AOS in Adults: Methods, Successes, & Shortcomings. Seminar, ASHA convention, Atlanta, GA.

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Tindall, L., Cranfill, T., Gregory, L., Marshall, R. C., & Wright, H. H. (2002, June). Intervention for AOS in adults: Methods, successes, short comings. The Department of Veterans Affairs Rehabilitation Symposium, New Directions in Rehabilitation, Practices, Processes, and Research. Wright, H. H., Joseph, J. E. (2002, May-June). An fMRI investigation of lexical processing. Technical platform, Clinical Aphasiology Conference, The Ozarks, Missouri. Wright, H. H., Silverman, S. W., & Newhoff, M. (2002, May-June). Measures of lexical diversity in aphasia. Clinical Aphasiology Conference, The Ozarks, Missouri. Durrett, S., Ryan, W., Wright, H. H., & Newhoff, M. (2002, May-June). Inter- and intra-rater reliability for the application of correct information unit analysis to the discourse of individuals with aphasia. Technical platform, Clinical Aphasiology Conference, The Ozarks, Missouri. Wright, H. H., & Silverman, S. W. (2001, November). Preliminary Investigation of Lexical Diversity in Adults with Aphasia. ASHA convention, New Orleans, LA. Durrett, S., Wright, H. H., & Newhoff, M. (2001, November). Assessing Linguistic Context in Conversation of Adults with Aphasia. ASHA convention, New Orleans, LA. Wright, H. H., Morris, D. S., & Mattacola, L. (2001, November). Application of Evidence-Based Learning to Clinical Training. Mini seminar, ASHA convention, New Orleans, LA. Wright, H. H., & Newhoff, M. (2001, May).The Effects of Aphasia on Working Memory and Inference Processing. Technical platform, Clinical Aphasiology Conference, Santa Fe, NM. Wright, H. H., & Hynd, G. W. (2000, November). A case study of epilepsy: Is his language impairment aphasia? ASHA convention, Washington, D. C. Wright, H. H., & Newhoff, M. (2000, November). Age-related differences in revised inference processing and working memory. ASHA convention, Washington, D. C. Wright, H. H., & Newhoff, M. (2000, May). Revised inference processing as a measure of the working memory-processing relationship. Technical platform, Clinical Aphasiology Conference, Kona Coast, Hawaii. Wright, H. H., & Newhoff, M. (1999, November). Early thoughts on linguistic processing in aphasic individuals. ASHA Convention, San Francisco, California. Wright, H. H., Silverman, S. W., & Newhoff, M. (1999, November). Written language performance of college-aged students with language disorders. Technical platform, ASHA Convention, San Francisco, California. Silverman, S. W., Wright, H. H., & Newhoff, M. (1999, November). Oral language analysis of college-aged students with language disorders. Technical platform, ASHA Convention, San Francisco, California. Wright, H. H., Restrepo, M. A., Newhoff, M., & Clinton, A. (1998, November). Attention to language deficits in a child with head injury. ASHA Convention, San Antonio, Texas.

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Wright, H. H. & Newhoff, M. (1998, June). Inferencing skills in relation to story recall in children with LLD. Symposium on Research in Child Language Disorders, Madison, Wisconsin. Harris, H. K., Newhoff, M., & Restrepo, M. A. (1996, November). Comprehension abilities of LLD children based on oral and written stimuli. ASHA Convention, Seattle, Washington. 3. International Capilouto, G. J., Wright, H. H. (2007, May). Training information components to improve narrative discourse performance. Poster to present at Clinical Aphasiology Conference, Scottsdale, AZ. Wright, H. H., Capilouto, G. J., Hommel, S., & Cycyk, L. (2007, May). Linguistic performance across different narrative types. Platform to present at Clinical Aphasiology Conference, Scottsdale, AZ. Wright, H. H., Capilouto, G. J., Carrico. J., & Siever, C (2006, May-June). Changing Narrative Discourse Performance by Manipulating Task Instructions. Poster presented at Clinical Aphasiology Conference, Ghent, Belgium. Gravier, M., Downey, R., Wright, H.H., Love, T., & Shapiro, L. (2006, May-June). Processing Distinct Linguistic Information Types in Working Memory in Aphasia. Poster presented at Clinical Aphasiology Conference, Ghent, Belgium. Wright, H. H., Downey, R. A., Love, T., Newhoff, M., Schwartz, R., Shapiro, L. P. (2005, July). Measuring working memory in aphasia. Poster presented at International Neuropsychological Society, Dublin, Ireland. Marshall. R. C., Wright, H. H., & Cranfill, T. B. (2003, September). The level-based aphasia test (L-BAT). Poster presented at British Aphasiology Society Biennial International Conference. Wright, H. H., Newhoff, M., Downey, R., & Austermann, S., (2003, February). Additional data on working memory in aphasia. Poster presented at International Neuropsychological Society, Honolulu, HI. Newhoff, M. & Harris, H. K. (1996, June). Toward an integrated model of reading development: Narrative and inferencing abilities of learning disabled children. Poster presented at International Neuropsychological Society, Veldhoven, The Netherlands. B. Publications 1. Chapters Wright, H. H., & Newhoff, M. (2004). Pragmatics. In L. LaPointe (Ed.). Aphasia and related neurogenic disorders (3rd ed.) (pp.237-248). New York: Thieme. 2. Assessment Tools Marshall, R. C., & Wright, H. H. (2003). The Kentucky Aphasia Test. Unpublished test. 3. Manuscripts

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Wright, H. H. (2000). Working memory and revised inference processing abilities of adults with and without aphasia. Doctoral Dissertation. University of Georgia, Athens, GA, Dissertation Abstracts, 61(9-B), 2000: 4681. Harris, H. K. (1996). Inferencing and story retelling abilities of children with and without language learning disabilities: A comparison of performance based on oral and written stimuli. Unpublished Master’s Thesis. The University of Georgia, Athens, GA. 4. Articles Rider, J. D., Wright, H. H., Marshall, R. C., & Page, J. L. (accepted). Using semantic features analysis to improve contextual discourse in adults with aphasia. American Journal of SpeechLanguage Pathology. Wright. H. H., Marshall, R. C., Wilson, K. B., & Page, J. L. (in press). Using a written cueing hierarchy to improve verbal naming in aphasia. Aphasiology. Marshall, R. C., & Wright, H. H. (in press). A clinical friendly aphasia test. American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology. Cycyk, L., & Wright, H. H. (in press). Frontotemporal dementia: defining it, differential diagnosis, and management. Aphasiology. Wright, H. H., Downey, R. A., Gravier, M., Love, T., & Shapiro, L. P. (2007). Processing distinct linguistic information types in working memory in aphasia. Aphasiology, 21(6/7/8), 802813. Capilouto, G. J., Wright, H. H., & Wagovich, S. A. (2006). Reliability of main event measurement in the discourse of individuals with aphasia. Aphasiology, 20(2/3/4), 205-216. Capilouto, G. J., Wright, H. H., & Wagovich, S. A. (2005). CIU and Main Event Analyses of the Structured Discourse of Older and Younger Adults. Journal of Communication Disorders, 38, 431-444. Wright, H. H., & Shisler, R. (2005). Working memory in aphasia: Theory, measures, and clinical implications. American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology, 14, 107-118. Wright, H. H., Capilouto, G. J., & Wagovich, S. A., Cranfill, T. B., & Davis, J. E. (2005). Development and reliability of a quantitative measure of adults’ narratives. Aphasiology, 19(3/4/5), 263-273. Wright, H. H., & Newhoff, M. (2004). Inference revision processing in adults with and without aphasia. Brain and Language, 89(3), 450-463. Wright, H. H., & Newhoff, M. (2004). Priming auditory comprehension in aphasia: Facilitation and interference effects. Aphasiology, 18(5-7), 555-565. Wright, H. H., Silverman, S. W., & Newhoff, M. (2003). Measures of lexical diversity in aphasia. Aphasiology, 17(5), 443-452.

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Wright, H. H., Shisler, R., & Griesser, B-A. (2003). Maintenance of communication abilities in epilepsy: A clinical report. Journal of Medical Speech-Language Pathology, 11(3), 157-167. Wright, H. H., & Newhoff, M. (2002). Age-related differences in inference revision processing. Brain and Language, 80, 226-239. Wright, H. H., & Newhoff, M. (2001). Inferencing and story retelling abilities of children with and without language learning disabilities across oral and written stimuli. American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology, 10, 308-319. Wright, H. H., & Newhoff, M. (2001). Revised inference processing as a measure of the working memory – processing relationship. Aphasiology, 15(10/11), 1069-1077.
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Articles Submitted

6. Articles in Preparation Wright, H. H., & Capilouto, G. J. Impact of manipulating task instructions on narrative discourse performance. Plan to submit to Discourse Processes. 7. Abstracts Wright, H. H., Downey, R. A., Love, T., Newhoff, M., Schwartz, R., Shapiro, L. P. (2005). Measuring working memory in aphasia. Journal of International Neuropsychological Society, 11(S2), 21. Tindall, L. & Wright, H. (2006). Concurrent sessions abstracts. Telemedicine and e-Health, 12(2), 190-238. Silverman, S. W., Wright, H. H., Malone, M. A., & Newhoff, M. (2003). Written persuasion in college students with language-learning disabilities. The ASHA Leader, 8(15), 171. Capilouto, G., Wright, H. H., & Cranfill, T. B. (2003). Analysis of connected speech by younger and older adults. The ASHA Leader, 8(15), 178. Wright, H. H., & Shisler, R. (2003). Working memory in aphasia: Theory, measures, and clinical implications. The ASHA Leader, 8(15), 175. Wright, H. H., Newhoff, M., & Schwartz, R. G. (2003). Priming auditory comprehension in aphasia: Facilitation and interference effects. Thirty-third Annual Clinical Aphasiology Conference Proceedings, May-June. Wright, H. H., Newhoff, M., Downey, R., & Austermann, S., (2003). Additional data on working memory in aphasia. Journal of International Neuropsychological Society, 9(2), 302. Silverman, S. W., Wright, H. H., Beckmann, M., Newhoff, M. (2002). Narrative analysis of college students’ oral and written stories. The ASHA Leader, 7(15), 138. Cranfill, T., Gregory, L., Tindall, L., Marshall, R. C., & Wright, H. H. (2002). Intervention for AOS in Adults: Methods, Successes, & Shortcomings. The ASHA Leader, 7(15), 144.

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Durrett, S., Ryan, W., Wright, H. H., & Newhoff, M. (2002). Reliability of Correct Information Unit Analysis. The ASHA Leader, 7(15),149. Wright, H. H., Joseph, J. E. (2002). An fMRI investigation of lexical processing. Thirty-second Annual Clinical Aphasiology Conference Proceedings, May-June. Wright, H. H., Silverman, S. W., & Newhoff, M. (2002, May-June). Measures of lexical diversity in aphasia. Thirty-second Annual Clinical Aphasiology Conference Proceedings, MayJune. Durrett, S., Ryan, W., Wright, H. H., & Newhoff, M. (2002, May-June). Inter- and intra-rater reliability for the application of correct information unit analysis to the discourse of individuals with aphasia. Thirty-second Annual Clinical Aphasiology Conference Proceedings, May-June. Wright, H. H., & Silverman, S. W. (2001). Preliminary Investigation of Lexical Diversity in Adults With Aphasia. The ASHA Leader, 6(15), 202. Durrett, S., Wright, H. H., & Newhoff, M. (2001). Assessing Linguistic Context in Conversation of Adults With Aphasia. The ASHA Leader, 6(15), 203. Wright, H. H., Morris, D. S., & Mattacola, L. (2001).Application of Evidence-Based Learning to Clinical Training. The ASHA Leader, 6(15), 92. Wright, H. H., & Newhoff, M. (2001). The Effects of Aphasia on Working Memory and Inference Processing. Thirty-first Annual Clinical Aphasiology Conference Proceedings, MayJune. Wright, H. H. (2001). Language processing in aphasia. Kentucky Conference on Communication Disorders, March, 21. Wright, H. H., & Newhoff, M. (2000). Revised inference processing as a measure of the working memory-processing relationship. Thirtieth Annual Clinical Aphasiology Conference Proceedings, May. Wright, H. H., & Newhoff, M. (2000). Age-related differences in revised inference processing and working memory. ASHA Leader, 5, 219. Wright, H.H., & Hynd, G. W. (2000). A case study of epilepsy: Is the language impairment aphasia? ASHA Leader, 5, 214. C. Grant Activity 1. Grants Awarded: A. Teaching/Research 09/15/07-08/31/12 NIH/NIA R01 Total Direct costs - $1,223,622. Discourse Processing in Healthy Aging. Principal Investigator: Heather Harris Wright

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07/15/02 – 03/31/03

Thomas P. Rogers Endowment Fund Wright (PI) Amount - $7,500 Effects of Support Services Following Stroke for Rural-Elderly Adults and Families Principal Investigator: Heather Harris Wright MRISC Center Pilot Project Grant Amount - $4,800 An fMRI Investigation of Lexical Priming Principal Investigator: Heather Harris Wright University of Kentucky Medical Center Research Grant Fund Amount - $13,630 Increased Attentional Demands on Sentence Processing in Aphasia Principal Investigator: Heather Harris Wright Georgia Gerontology Consortium Amount - $1,400 Working Memory Capacity and Revised Inference Processing Abilities of Adults with and without Aphasia Principal Investigator: Heather Harris Wright

04/01/01 – 06/30/02

07/15/01 – 06/30/02

11/01/99 – 06/01/00

Revised 09/2007


				
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