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Table of Contents
H. H. Wright, Discourse in Aphasia: An Introduction to Current Research and Future Directions (1293 words). B. MacWhinney, D. Fromm, M. Forbes, A. Holland, AphasiaBank: Methods for Studying Discourse. M. Boyle, Discourse Treatment for Word-Retrieval Impairment in Aphasia: The Story So Far. D. Kempler, M. Goral, A Comparison of Drill- and Communication-based Treatment for Aphasia. E. Armstrong, N. Ciccone, E. Godecke, B. Kok, Monologues and Dialogues in Aphasia: Some Initial Comparisons. A. Marini, S. Andreetta, S. Del Tin, S. Carlomagno, A Multi-level Approach to the Analysis of Narrative Language in Aphasia. G. S. Olness, H. Ulatowska, Personal Narratives in Aphasia: Coherence in the Context of Use. G. Fergadiotis, H. H. Wright, Lexical Diversity for Adults with and without Aphasia across Discourse Types (8,594 words). D. Fromm, A. Holland, E. Armstrong, M. Forbes, B. MacWhinney, A. Risko, N. Mattison, "Better But No Cigar": Persons with Aphasia Speak about their Speech.