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Inner speech and overt speech (Stark et al., 2017)

posted on 08.09.2017, 21:46 by Brielle C. Stark, Sharon Geva, Elizabeth A. Warburton
Preserved inner speech alongside relatively poor overt speech has been documented in some persons with aphasia (PWA), but the relationship of overt speech with inner speech is still largely unclear, as few studies have directly investigated these factors. The present study investigates the relationship of preserved inner speech in aphasia with selected measures of language and cognition.

Supplemental Material S1. Participant biographic demographics.

Supplemental Material S2. Percentage correct from inner speech and overt speech examination for all participants and their group of classification.

Supplemental Material S3. Rhyming and homophone stimuli for inner speech.

Stark, B. C., Geva, S., & Warburton, E. A. (2017). Inner speech’s relationship with overt speech in poststroke aphasia. Journal of Speech, Language, and Hearing Research, 60, 2406–2415. https://doi.org/10.1044/2017_JSLHR-S-16-0270


B. C. Stark’s work at the University of Cambridge was made possible by the Gates Cambridge Trust, Cambridge, UK. S. Geva was supported by the Pinsent–Darwin Fellowship, Cambridge, UK; the Harold Hyam Wingate Scholarship, London, UK; Cambridge Overseas Trust, Cambridge, UK; and B’nai B’rith Scholarship, London, UK. E. A. Warburton was supported by the Biomedical Centre Grant to the University of Cambridge from the National Institute of Health Research.