Publications

Publications

Riley, E.A. & McFarland, D.J. (2017). EEG error prediction as a solution for combining the advantages of retrieval practice and errorless learning. Front. Hum. Neurosci. 11:140. doi: 10.3389/fnhum.2017.00140

Riley, E.A., Brookshire Madden, C.E. & Kendall, D.L. (2017). Acquired alexias: Mechanisms of reading. In Raymer, A.M. & Gonzalez-Rothi, L.J. (Eds.), Oxford Handbook of Aphasia and Language Disorders. New York: Oxford University Press.

Riley, E.A. (2016). Patient fatigue in aphasia treatment: A survey of speech-language pathologists. Communication Disorders Quarterly. doi:10.1177/1525740116656330

Riley, E.A., Brookshire, C.E., & Kendall, D.L. (2016). The acquired disorders of reading. In Papathanassiou, Coppens, & Potagas (Eds.), Aphasia and Related Neurogenic Communication Disorders, 2nd Ed. Sudbury, MA: Jones & Bartlett Learning, LLC.

Riley, E.A., & Thompson, C.K. (2015). Training pseudoword reading in acquired dyslexia: A phonological complexity approach. Aphasiology, 29(2), 129-150.

Costell, M. & Riley, E.A. (2015). Intensive therapy for aphasia: What does “intensive” really mean? eHearsay: Electronic Journal of the Ohio Speech-Language Hearing Association, 5(1), 99-109.

Thompson, C.K., Riley, E.A., Den Ouden, D.B., Meltzer-Asscher, A., & Lukic, S. (2013). Training verb argument structure production in agrammatic aphasia: Behavioral and neural recovery patterns. Cortex, 49(9), 2358-2376.

Riley, E.A. & Kendall, D.L. (2011). The acquired disorders of reading. In Papathanassiou, Coppens, & Potagas (Eds.), Aphasia and Related Neurogenic Communication Disorders, 1st Ed. Sudbury, MA: Jones & Bartlett Learning, LLC.

Riley, E.A. & Thompson, C.K. (2010a). Semantic typicality effects in acquired dyslexia: Evidence for semantic impairment in deep dyslexia. Aphasiology, 24 (6-8), 802-813.

Riley, E.A., & Thompson, C.K. (2010b). Ortho-phonological cueing may be a viable method of treating anomia in Chinese for speakers with alphabetic script knowledge. Evidence-Based Communication Assessment & Intervention, 4(1), 49-53.

Presentations

Riley, E.A. (November, 2017) Fatigue after stroke: Impact on recovery from aphasia. Triumph Over Stroke CNY Support Group. Syracuse, NY, USA. Invited presentation.

Riley, E.A. (October, 2017) “I know it starts with a ‘T’…”: What can tip-of-the-tongue state teach us about predicting errors in aphasia? Aging Studies Institute Seminar. Syracuse, NY, USA. Invited presentation.

Riley, E.A. (May, 2017) Prediction is power: Applications of brain-computer interface models to predict responses during aphasia therapy. Hofstra University Spring Research Seminar. Hempstead, NY, USA. Invited presentation, keynote speaker.

Riley, E.A. & McFarland, D. (May, 2017) Prediction is power: Applications of brain-computer interface models to predict responses during aphasia therapy. Roundtable format presentation at Clinical Aphasiology Conference. Salt Lake City, UT, USA.

Tsakonas, S. & Riley, E.A. (April, 2017) The effects of dementia on language ability in a Greek-English Bilingual Individual. Poster presentation at the New York State Speech-Language-Hearing Association. Saratoga Springs, NY, USA.

Riley, E.A. (April, 2017) Prediction is power: Applications of brain-computer interface models to predict responses during aphasia therapy. Syracuse University Neuroscience Research Day. Syracuse, NY, USA. Invited presentation.

Riley, E.A. (February, 2017) Role of sleep and fatigue on stroke and aphasia recovery. Upstate Stroke Center Stroke Support Group. Syracuse, NY, USA. Invited presentation.

Riley, E.A., McFarland, D., & McVoy, O. (November, 2016) EEG error detection as a solution for combining advantages of retrieval practice & errorless learning. Technical presentation at American Speech-Language-Hearing Association. Philadelphia, PA, USA.

Riley, E.A. & Hylkema, J. (November, 2016) Vigilance and cognitive performance in aphasia therapy: Results from a cohort of age-matched controls. Poster presentation American Speech-Language-Hearing Association. Philadelphia, PA, USA.

Riley, E.A. & Hylkema, J. (May, 2016) Vigilance and cognitive performance in aphasia therapy: Results from a cohort of age-matched controls. Poster presentation at 9th World Congress for Neurorehabilitation. Philadelphia, PA, USA.

Riley, E.A. (January, 2016) Fatigue after stroke: Impact on recovery from aphasia. Medical SLP study group meeting of the Central New York Speech-Language-Hearing Association. Syracuse, NY, USA. Invited presentation.

Riley, E.A. & Costell, M. (November, 2014) Patient fatigue in aphasia treatment: A survey of speech-language pathologists. Technical presentation at American Speech-Language-Hearing Association. Orlando, FL, USA.

Welfle, K., Joy, M., Rieman, J., Brosious, J., Nutter, A. & Riley, E.A. (November, 2013) Aphasia knowledge in health care settings. Technical presentation at American Speech-Language-Hearing Association. Chicago, USA.

Kloet, J., Riley, E.A., & Thompson, C.K. (October, 2012) Semantic typicality effects in PPA. poster presented at the Annual Meeting of the Academy of Aphasia. San Francisco, CA, USA.

Kagan, A., Simmons-Mackie, N., Boyle, M., Elman, R., Riley, E.A., & Thompson, C.K. (November, 2011) The complexity hypothesis: Research and ideas for aphasia treatment. seminar to be presented at American Speech-Language-Hearing Association Convention. San Diego, USA.

Riley, E.A. & Thompson, C.K. (October, 2011) Effects of phonological complexity training on pseudoword reading in acquired phonological dyslexia. poster to be presented at the Annual Meeting of the Academy of Aphasia. Montreal, Canada.

Riley, E.A. & Thompson, C.K. (June, 2011) Effects of phonological complexity training on pseudoword reading in acquired phonological dyslexia. poster presented at Clinical Aphasiology Conference. Ft. Lauderdale, FL, USA.

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Ellyn Riley, Ph.D., CCC-SLP
Dept of Communication Sciences & Disorders
621 Skytop Rd.
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