Georgia Malandraki
Georgia Malandraki
Associate Professor, Purdue University
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A fuzzy cognitive map approach to differential diagnosis of specific language impairment
VC Georgopoulos, GA Malandraki, CD Stylios
Artificial intelligence in Medicine 29 (3), 261-278, 2003
Fuzzy cognitive map architectures for medical decision support systems
CD Stylios, VC Georgopoulos, GA Malandraki, S Chouliara
Applied Soft Computing 8 (3), 1243-1251, 2008
Neural activation of swallowing and swallowing‐related tasks in healthy young adults: An attempt to separate the components of deglutition
GA Malandraki, BP Sutton, AL Perlman, DC Karampinos, C Conway
Human brain mapping 30 (10), 3209-3226, 2009
The application of PECS in a deaf child with autism: A case study
GA Malandraki, A Okalidou
Focus on Autism and Other Developmental Disabilities 22 (1), 23-32, 2007
Functional MRI of swallowing: from neurophysiology to neuroplasticity
GA Malandraki, S Johnson, JA Robbins
Head & neck 33 (S1), S14-S20, 2011
Reduced somatosensory activations in swallowing with age
GA Malandraki, AL Perlman, DC Karampinos, BP Sutton
Human brain mapping 32 (5), 730-743, 2011
Age-related differences in laterality of cortical activations in swallowing
GA Malandraki, BP Sutton, AL Perlman, DC Karampinos
Dysphagia 25 (3), 238-249, 2010
Teledynamic evaluation of oropharyngeal swallowing
GA Malandraki, G McCullough, X He, E McWeeny, AL Perlman
American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, 2011
An international pilot study of asynchronous teleconsultation for oropharyngeal dysphagia
GA Malandraki, V Markaki, VC Georgopoulos, JL Bauer, I Kalogeropoulos, ...
Journal of Telemedicine and Telecare 19 (2), 75-79, 2013
The utility of pitch elevation in the evaluation of oropharyngeal dysphagia: preliminary findings
GA Malandraki, JA Hind, R Gangnon, JA Logemann, JA Robbins
American Speech-Language-Hearing Association Rockville, MD, 2011
The recline exercise: comparisons with the head lift exercise in healthy adults
A Mishra, A Rajappa, E Tipton, GA Malandraki
Dysphagia 30 (6), 730-737, 2015
A telehealth approach to conducting clinical swallowing evaluations in children with cerebral palsy
C Kantarcigil, JJ Sheppard, AM Gordon, KM Friel, GA Malandraki
Research in developmental disabilities 55, 207-217, 2016
The intensive dysphagia rehabilitation approach applied to patients with neurogenic dysphagia: a case series design study
GA Malandraki, A Rajappa, C Kantarcigil, E Wagner, C Ivey, K Youse
Archives of physical medicine and rehabilitation 97 (4), 567-574, 2016
Postextubation dysphagia in critical patients: a first report from the largest step-down intensive care unit in Greece
GA Malandraki, V Markaki, VC Georgopoulos, L Psychogios, S Nanas
American journal of speech-language pathology 25 (2), 150-156, 2016
Telepractice for pediatric dysphagia: A case study
GA Malandraki, M Roth, JJ Sheppard
International journal of telerehabilitation 6 (1), 3, 2014
Swallowing intentional off-state in aging and Alzheimer's disease: Preliminary study
IA Humbert, DG McLaren, G Malandraki, SC Johnson, JA Robbins
Journal of Alzheimer's disease 26 (2), 347-354, 2011
Online collaboration environments in telemedicine applications of speech therapy
C Pierrakeas, VC Georgopoulos, GA Malandraki
2005 IEEE Engineering in Medicine and Biology 27th Annual Conference, 2183-2186, 2006
Dysphagia practice in 2035: beyond fluorography, thickener, and electrical stimulation
MR Ciucci, CA Jones, GA Malandraki, KA Hutcheson
Seminars in Speech and Language 37 (03), 201-218, 2016
The effects of lingual intervention in a patient with inclusion body myositis and Sjögren's syndrome: A longitudinal case study
GA Malandraki, A Kaufman, J Hind, S Ennis, R Gangnon, A Waclawik, ...
Archives of physical medicine and rehabilitation 93 (8), 1469-1475, 2012
Simultaneous dynamic and functional MRI scanning (SimulScan) of natural swallows
TL Paine, CA Conway, GA Malandraki, BP Sutton
Magnetic resonance in medicine 65 (5), 1247-1252, 2011
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