Bonnie L. Breining
Bonnie L. Breining
Department of Neurology, Johns Hopkins University School of Medicine
Verified email at jhu.edu
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Predicting recovery in acute poststroke aphasia
AE Hillis, YY Beh, R Sebastian, B Breining, DC Tippett, A Wright, ...
Annals of neurology 83 (3), 612-622, 2018
502018
Cognitive control during selection and repair in word production
N Nozari, M Freund, B Breining, B Rapp, B Gordon
Language, cognition and neuroscience 31 (7), 886-903, 2016
442016
Does segmental overlap help or hurt? Evidence from blocked cyclic naming in spoken and written production
B Breining, N Nozari, B Rapp
Psychonomic bulletin & review 23 (2), 500-506, 2016
442016
A brief assessment of object semantics in primary progressive aphasia
BL Breining, T Lala, M Martínez Cuitiño, F Manes, E Peristeri, K Tsapkini, ...
Aphasiology 29 (4), 488-505, 2015
282015
Assessing dissociations of object and action naming in acute stroke
BL Breining, DC Tippett, C Davis, J Posner, R Sebastian, K Oishie, ...
Clinical Aphasiology Conference, Monterey, CA, 2015
152015
Leukoaraiosis is independently associated with naming outcome in poststroke aphasia
A Wright, D Tippett, S Saxena, R Sebastian, B Breining, A Faria, AE Hillis
Neurology 91 (6), e526-e532, 2018
132018
Right hemisphere ventral stream for emotional prosody identification: Evidence from acute stroke
SM Sheppard, LM Keator, BL Breining, AE Wright, S Saxena, DC Tippett, ...
Neurology 94 (10), e1013-e1020, 2020
102020
Learning in complex, multi-component cognitive systems: Different learning challenges within the same system.
BL Breining, N Nozari, B Rapp
Journal of Experimental Psychology: Learning, Memory, and Cognition 45 (6), 1093, 2019
102019
Semantic memory
E Funnell, B Breining
The handbook of adult language disorders, 187-211, 2015
72015
Visuomotor figure construction and visual figure delayed recall and recognition in primary progressive aphasia
DC Tippett, B Breining, E Goldberg, E Meier, SM Sheppard, E Sherry, ...
Aphasiology 34 (12), 1456-1470, 2020
62020
Distinguishing logopenic from semantic & nonfluent variant primary progressive aphasia: Patterns of linguistic and behavioral correlations
LM Keator, AE Wright, S Saxena, K Kim, C Demsky, R Sebastian, ...
Neurocase 25 (3-4), 98-105, 2019
52019
Neuromodulation in post-stroke aphasia treatment
BL Breining, R Sebastian
Current Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation Reports 8 (2), 44-56, 2020
42020
Investigating the mechanisms of written word production: insights from the written blocked cyclic naming paradigm
B Breining, B Rapp
Reading and writing 32 (1), 65-94, 2019
42019
Leukoaraiosis severity predicts rate of decline in primary progressive aphasia
A Odolil, AE Wright, LM Keator, SM Sheppard, B Breining, DC Tippett, ...
Aphasiology 34 (3), 365-375, 2020
32020
Regional brain dysfunction associated with semantic errors in comprehension
H Shahid, R Sebastian, DC Tippett, S Saxena, A Wright, T Hanayik, ...
Seminars in speech and language 39 (1), 79, 2018
32018
White Matter Hyperintensities Contribute to Language Deficits in Primary Progressive Aphasia
EL Meier, BL Breining, SM Sheppard, EB Goldberg, DC Tippett, ...
Cognitive and Behavioral Neurology 33 (3), 179-191, 2020
22020
Neural processing critical for distinguishing between speech sounds
K Kim, L Adams, LM Keator, SM Sheppard, BL Breining, C Rorden, ...
Brain and language 197, 104677, 2019
22019
Effects of semantic and segmental similarity on the production and learning of spoken and written words
BL Breining
Johns Hopkins University, 2016
22016
An Efficient Bedside Measure Yields Prognostic Implications for Language Recovery in Acute Stroke Patients
LM Keator, AV Faria, KT Kim, S Saxena, AE Wright, SM Sheppard, ...
Cognitive and Behavioral Neurology 33 (3), 192-200, 2020
12020
Neural regions supporting lexical processing of objects and actions: a case series analysis
BL Breining, AV Faria, AE Hillis
Conference Abstract: Academy of Aphasia–52nd Annual Meeting. Front. Psychol …, 2014
12014
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