Bibliografia Afasia Progressiva Primária

Artigos de referência sobre AFASIA PROGRESSIVA PRIMÁRIA publicados em revistas científicas como Aphasiology, Dementia & Neuropsychologia, Neurology, The Journal of Neuroscience. Alguns, inclusive, com autoria de pesquisadoras fonoaudiólogas brasileiras.

Capítulos de Livros

Neurologia Cognitiva e do Comportamento.

Caixeta, L e Senaha, MLH. Degeneração Lobar Frontotemporal. In: Teixeira, A. e Caramelli, P. Rio de Janeiro: Revinter, 2012.

Afasia Progressiva Primária e Demência Semântica.

Radanovic, M e Caixeta, L. In: Caixeta, L. Demência: abordagem multidisciplinar. São Paulo: Atheneu, 2006.

Afasia Progressiva Primária.

Mansur, L.L. In: Neuropsicologia Clínica. Org. Eliane C Miotto, Mara Lucia, Milberto Scaff. Editora Roca, Grupo Gen, 2012.

Demência semântica.

Senaha, M. L. H.  In: Neuropsicologia Clínica. Org. Eliane C Miotto, Mara Lucia, Milberto Scaff. Editora Roca, Grupo Gen, 2012.

Afasia Progressiva Primária

Caixeta, L.. In: Demências do tipo não Alzheimer. Caixeta, L. Artmed, 2010.

Artigos

Positive impact of speech therapy in progressive non-fluent aphasia.

Andrade-Calderón, P., Salvador-Cruz, J., & Sosa-Ortiz A. L. (2015).  Acta Colombiana de Psicología, 18(2), 101-114. 

Logopenic aphasia or Alzheimer's disease: Different phases of the same disease?

Beber, B.C., Kochhann, R., Silva, B.M.da, & Chaves, M.L.F. (2014).. Dementia & Neuropsychologia8(3), 302-307.

A warning to the Brazilian Speech-Language Pathology and Audiology community about the importance of scientific and clinical activities in primary progressive aphasia.

Beber B.C., Brandao L., Chaves M.L. (2015). Codas, 27(5):505-8.

Rate and rhythm control strategies for apraxia of speech in nonfluent primary progressive aphasia.

Beber, B.C., Berbert, M.C.B., Grawer, R.S., & Cardoso, M.C. de A.F. (2018). Dementia & Neuropsychologia12(1), 80-84.

Positive effects of language treatment for the logopenic variant of primary progressive aphasia.

Beeson, P. M., King, R. M., Bonakdarpour, B., Henry, M. L., Cho, h., & Rapcsak, S. Z. (2011). Journal of Molecular Neuroscience, 45(3), 724-736. 

Known, lost, and recovered: Efficacy of formal-semantic therapy and spaced retrieval method in a case of semantic dementia.

Bier, N., Macoir, J., Gagnon, L., Lindenn, M. V., Louveaux, S., & Desrosiers, J. (2009). Aphasiology, 23(2),210-235. 

Relying on procedural memory to enhance independence in daily living activities: Smartphone use in a case of semantic dementia.

Bier, N., Brambati, S., Macoir, J., Paquette, G., Schmitz, X., Belleville, S., Faucher C, & Joubert, S. (2015). Neuropsychological Rehabilitation,  25(6), 913-35.

Non-verbal semantic impairment in semantic dementia.

Bozeat, S., Lambon Ralph, M. A., Patterson, K., Garrard, P., & Hodges, J. R. (2000). Neuropsychologia, 38(9), 1207-1215. 

Relearning object use in semantic dementia.

Bozeat, S., Patterson, K., & Hodges, J. R. (2004). Neuropsychological Rehabilitation, 14(3), 351-363. 

Generalisation and maintenance of treatment gains in primary progressive aphasia (PPA): A systematic review.

Cadório, I., Lousada, M., Martins, P., & Figueiredo, D. (2017). International Journal of Language and Communication Disorders, 52(5), 543-560. 

Nonpharmacological interventions for cognitive impairments following primary progressive aphasia: A systematic review of the literature.

Carthery-Goulart, M.T., da Silveira, A. D. C., Machado, T. H., Mansur, L.L., Parente, M. A. D. M. P., Senaha, M. L. H., Brucki, S. M., & Nitrini, R. (2013). Dementia & Neuropsychologia, 7(1), 122-131. 

Impairment and Activity/Participation directed Interventions in progressive language impairment: Clinical and Theoretical issues.

Croot, K., Nickels, L., Laurence, F., & Manning, M. (2009). Aphasiology, 23(2), 125-160.

Lexical retrieval treatment in primary progressive aphasia: An investigation of treatment duration in a heterogeneous case series.

Croot, K., Raiser, T., Taylor-Rubin, C., Ruggero, L., Ackl, N., Wlasich, E., Danek, A., Scharfenberg, A., Foxe, D., & Hodges, J. H. (2019). Cortex, 115:133-158.

Re-acquisition of person knowledge in semantic memory disorders.

Dewar, B. K., Patterson, K., Wilson, B. A., & Graham K. S. (2009). Neuropsychological Rehabilitation, 19(3), 383-421. 

Relearning and Retaining Personally-Relevant Words using Computer-Based Flashcard Software in Primary Progressive Aphasia.

Evans, W.S., Quimby, M., Dickey, M. W., Dickerson, B. C. (2016). Front Human Neuroscience, 16(10), 561. 

Dominant frontotemporal dementia mutations in 140 cases of primary progressive aphasia and speech apraxia.

Flanagan, E.P., Baker, M.C., Perkerson, R.B., Duffy, J.R., Strand, E.A., Whitwell, J.L., et al. (2015). Dement Geriatr Cogn Disord, 39(5-6):281-6.

Cognition and anatomy in three variants of primary progressive aphasia.

Gorno-Tempini, M.L., Dronkers, N.F., Rankin, K.P., Ogar, J.M., Phengrasamy, L., Rosen, H.J., et al. (2004). Ann Neurol, 55(3):335-46.

Classification of primary progressive aphasia and its variants.

Gorno-Tempini, M. L, Hillis, A. E., Weintraub, S., Kertesz, A., Mendez, M., Cappa, S. F., Ogar, J. M., Rohrer, J. D., Black, S., Boeve, B. F., Manes, F., Dronkers, N. F., Vandenberghe, R., Rascovsky, K., Patterson, K., Miller, B. L., Knopman, D. S., Hodges, J. R., Mesulam, M. M., & Grossman, M. (2011). Neurology, 76(11), 1006-1014. 

Primary progressive aphasia: clinicopathological correlations.

Grossman, M. (2010). Nat Rev Neurol. 6(2):88-97.

Classification and pathology of primary progressive aphasia.

Harris, J.M., Gall, C., Thompson, J.C., Richardson, A.M., Neary, D., du Plessis, D., et al. (2013). Neurology, 81(21):1832-9.

Examining the value of lexical retrieval treatment in primary progressive aphasia: two positive cases.

Henry, M. L., Rising, K., De Marco, A. T., Miller, B. L., Gorno-Tempini, M. L., & Beeson, P. M. (2013). Brain and Language, 127(2), 145-156. 

Treatment for apraxia of speech in nonfluent variant primary progressive aphasia.

Henry, M. L., Meese, M. V., Truong, S., Babiak, M. C., Miller, B. L., & Gorno-Tempini, M. L. (2013). Behavioural Neurology, 26(1-2), 77-88. 

Retraining speech production and fluency in non-fluent/agrammatic primary progressive aphasia.

Henry, M. L., Hubbard, H. I., Grasso, S. M., Mandelli, M. L., Wilson, S. M., & Sathishkumar, M. T. (2018). Brain, 141(6), 1799-1814.

Relearning and retention of verbal labels in a case of semantic dementia.

Heredia, C. G., Sage, K., Ralph, M. A. L., & Berthier, M. L. (2009). Aphasiology, 23(2), 192-209. 

Semantic dementia. Progressive fluent aphasia with temporal lobe atrophy.

Hodges, J. R., Patterson, K., Oxbury, S., & Funnell, E. (1992). Brain, 115(6), 1783-1806. 

Quest for the best: Effects of errorless and active encoding on word re-learning in semantic dementia.

Jokel, R., & Anderson, N. D. (2012). Neuropsychological Rehabilitation, 22(2), 187-214. 

Word retrieval therapies in primary progressive aphasia.

Jokel, R., Graham, N. L., Rochon, E., & Leonard, C. (2014). Aphasiology, 28(8-9),1038-1068.

Clinical and pathological characterization of progressive aphasia.

Knibb, J.A., Xuereb, J.H., Patterson, K., Hodges, J.R. (2006). Ann Neurol, 59(1):156-65.

Intensive training of phonological skills in progressive aphasia: a model of brain plasticity in neurodegenerative disease.

Louis, M., Espesser, R., Rey, V., Daffaure, V., Di Cristo, A., & Habib, M. (2001). Brain Cognition, 46(1-2), 197-201.

Brief intervention for agrammatism in Primary Progressive Nonfluent Aphasia: a case report.

Machado, T. H., Campanha, A. C., Caramelli, P., & Carthery-Goulart, M. T. (2014). Dementia & Neuropsychologia, 8(3), 291-296.

The neural correlates of semantic feature analysis in chronic aphasia: discordant patterns according to the etiology.

Marcotte, K., & Ansaldo, A. I. (2010). Seminars Speech Language, 31(1), 52-63. 

Primary progressive aphasia: a clinical approach.

Marshall, C. R., Hardy, C. J. D., Volkmer, A., Russell, L. L., Bond, R. L., Fletcher, P. D., Clark, C. N., Mummery, C., Jonathan, M. Schott, Rossor, M. N., Fox, N. C., Crutch, S. J., Rohrer, J. D., & Warren, J. D. (2018). Journal of Neurology, 265(6), 1474-1490. 

Slowly progressive aphasia without generalized dementia.

Mesulam, M. M. (1982). Ann Neurol, v. 11, n. 6, p. 592-8.

Primary progressive aphasia-differentiation from Alzheimer's disease.

Mesulam, M.M. (1987). Ann Neurol;22(4):533-4.

Primary Progressive Aphasia.

Mesulam, M. M. (2001). Ann Neurol, 49, 425-32.

Primary progressive aphasia-a language-based dementia.

Mesulam, M.M. (2003). N Engl J Med, 349(16):1535-42.

The Core and Halo of Primary Progressive Aphasia and Semantic Dementia.

Mesulam, M., Grossman, M., Hillis, A., Kertesz, A., & Weintraub, S. (2003). Annals of Neurology, 54(5), S11-S14. 

Alzheimer and frontotemporal pathology in subsets of primary progressive aphasia.

Mesulam, M., Wicklund, A., Johnson, N., Rogalski, E., Leger, G.C., Rademaker, A., et al. (2008). Ann Neurol, 63(6):709-19.

Quantitative classification of primary progressive aphasia at early and mild impairment stages.

Mesulam, M. M. et al. (2012). Brain, 135, 1537-53.

A dementia of the language network.

Mesulam, M. M. (2013). Primary progressive aphasia: Dementia & Neuropsychologia, 7(1), 2-9.

Primary progressive aphasia and the evolving neurology of the language network.

Mesulam, M.M., Rogalski, E.J., Wieneke, C, Hurley, R.S., Geula, C., Bigio, E.H., et al. (2014). Nat Rev Neurol, 10(10):554-69.

Telerehabilitation of Anomia in Primary Progressive Aphasia.

Meyer, A. M., Getz, H. R., Brennan, D.M., Hu, T. M., & Friedman, R. B. (2016). Aphasiology, 30(4), 483–507.

Prophylaxis and remediation of anomia in the semantic and logopenic variants of primary progressive aphasia.

Meyer, A. M., Tippett, D.C., & Friedman, R. B. (2018). Neuropsychological Rehabilitation, 28(3), 352-368.

Long-Term maintenance of anomia treatment effects in primary progressive aphasia.

Meyer, A.M., Tippett, D. C., Turner, R. S., & Friedman, R. B. (2018).Neuropsychological Rehabilitation, 29(9),1439-1463. 

Reaprendizaje de vocabulario. Análisis comparativo entre un caso de demencia semántica y enfermedad de Alzheimer con afectación predominante del lenguaje.

Montagut, N., Sánchez-Valle, R., Castellví, M., Rami, L., Molinuevo, J. L. (2010).  Rev Neurol, 50:152-156. 

Therapy for naming deficits in two variants of primary progressive aphasia.

Newhart, M., Davis, C., Kannan, V., Heidler-Gary, J., Cloutman, L., & Hillis, A. E.  (2009). Aphasiology, 23(7-8), 823-834. 

Primary progressive aphasia: analisys of 16 cases.

Radanovic, M., Senaha, M.L.H., Mansur, L.L., Nitrini, R., Bahia, V.S., Carthery, M.T., et al. (2001). Arquivos de Neuro-Psiquiatria, 59:512-20.

Progress in the last decade in our understanding of primary progressive afasia.

Ratnavalli, E. (2010). Ann Indian Acad Neurol, 13(6), 109-115.

Anatomy of language impairments in primary progressive aphasia.

Rogalski, E., Cobia, D., Harrison, T.M., Wieneke, C., Thompson, C.K., Weintraub, S., Mesulam, M.M. (2011) J Neurosci.  2;31(9):3344-50.

Communication Bridge: A pilot feasibility study of Internet-based speech–language therapy for individuals with progressive aphasia.

Rogalski, E.J., Saxon, M., McKenna, H., Wieneke, C., Rademaker, A., Corden, M. E., Borio, K., Mesulam, M. M., & Khayum. (2016). Alzheimer´s Dementia, 2(4), 213-221. 

Association between the prevalence of learning disabilities and primary progressive aphasia.

Rogalski, E.J., Rademaker, A., Wieneke, C., Bigio, E.H., Weintraub, S., Mesulam, M.M. (2014). JAMA Neurol, 71(12):1576-7.

Bringing words back to mind – improving word production in semantic dementia.

Savage, S. A., Ballard, K. J., Piguet, O., Hodges, J. R. (2013). Cortex, 49(7), 1823-1832. 

Effects of verbal plus gestural matrix training on sentence production in a patient with primary progressive aphasia.

Schneider, S. L., Thompson, C. K., & Luring, B. (1996). Aphasiology, 10(3), 297-317.

Verbal and non-verbal semantic impairment: From fluent primary progressive aphasia to semantic dementia.

Senaha, M.L.H., Caramelli, P., Porto, C.S., & Nitrini, R. (2007). Dementia & Neuropsychologia1(2), 203-211.

Rehabilitation in semantic dementia: Study of the effectiveness of lexical reacquisition in three patients.

Senaha, M. L. H., Brucki, S. M. D., & Nitrini, R. (2010). Dementia & Neuropsychologia, 4(4), 306-312.

Primary progressive aphasia: Classification of variants in 100 consecutive Brazilian cases

Senaha, M. L. H., Caramelli, P., Brucki, S. M. D., Smid, J., Takada, L. T., Porto, C. S., César, K. G., Matioli, M. N. P., Soares, R. T., Mansur, L. L., & Nitrini, R. (2013).. Dementia & Neuropsychologia, 7(1), 110-121.

Primary progressive aphasia: Classification of variants in 100 consecutive Brazilian cases.

Senaha, M.L.H., Caramelli, P., Brucki, S.M.D., Smid, J., Takada, L.T., Porto, C.S., César, K.G., Matioli, M.N.P., Soares, R.T., Mansur, L.L., & Nitrini, R. (2013). Dementia & Neuropsychologia7(1), 110-121.

Progressive anomia with preserved oral spelling and automatic speech.

Snowden, J. S., & Neary, D. (2003). Neurocase, 9(1), 27-43.

Adherence to lexical retrieval treatment in Primary Progressive Aphasia and implications for candidacy.

Taylor-Rubin, C., Croot, K., & Nickels, L. (2019). Aphasiology, 33(10), 1182-1201. 

Treatment of Primary Progressive Aphasia.

Tippett, D. C., Hillis, A. E., & Tsapkini, K. (2015). Curr Treat Options Neurol, 17(8), 362. 

Spelling intervention in post-stroke aphasia and primary progressive aphasia.

Tsapkini, K., & Hillis, A. E. (2013). Behavioral Neurology, 26(1-2), 55-66. 

Electrical brain stimulation in different variants of primary progressive aphasia: A randomized clinical trial.

Tsapkini, K., Webster, K. T., Ficek, B. N., Desmond, J. E., Onyike, C. U., Rapp, B., Frangakis, C. E., & Hillis, A. E. (2018). Alzheimer´s Dement, 5(4), 461-472.

Speech and language therapy approaches to managing primary progressive aphasia.

Volkmer, A., Rogalski, E., Henry, M., Taylor-Rubin, C., Ruggero, L., Khayum, R., Kindell, J., Gorno-Tempini, M. L., Warren, J. D., Rohrer, J. D. (2019). Practical Neurology, July 29. 

Quantitative application of the primary progressive aphasia consensus criteria.

Wicklund, M. R., Duffy, J. R., Strand, E. A., Machulda, M. M., Whitwell, J. L., & Josephs K. A. (2014). Neurology, 82(13), 1119-1126.

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