Application of the life participation approach for individuals living with primary progressive aphasia

Brain-computer interface with language model_EEG fusion for locked-in syndrome

Brain-computer interface users speak up: the virtual users' forum at the 2013 international brain-computer interface meeting

A clinical screening protocol for the RSVP Keyboard

Communication BridgeTM-2 (CB2): A NIH Stage 2 randomized control trial of a speech-language intervention for communication impairments in individuals with mild to moderate primary progressive aphasia.

Communication partner engagement: A relevant factor for functional outcomes in speech language therapy for aphasic dementia. The Journals of Gerontology. Series B, Psychological Sciences and Social Sciences.

Effects of simulated VAI and OMI on SSVEP BCI performance

Ethical considerations in ending exploratory BCI research studies in LIS

Heading for new shores! Overcoming pitfalls in BCI design

Human visual skills for brain-computer interface use: a tutorial

Initial constructs for patient-centered outcome measures to evaluate brain–computer interfaces

Mobile technology to support lexical retrieval during activity retell in primary progressive aphasia

New and emerging access technologies for adults

Noninvasive Brain–Computer Interfaces for Augmentative and Alternative Communication

Optimal query selection using multi-armed bandits

Primary progressive aphasia and technology: Creative “app”lications to promote increased life participation

Rehabilitation research at the national institutes of health: moving the field forward

Smart Predict: AAC app that integrates partner knowledge into word prediction-ASHA 2019

Smart Predict handout ATIA 2018:  AAC app that integrates partner knowledge into word prediction

Soliciting BCI user experience feedback from people with severe speech and physical impairments

Supporting communication for patients with neurodegenerative disease

Trends in research participant categories and descriptions in abstracts from the international BCI meeting series 1999-2016

Use and Perceived Effectiveness of Communication Modes Reported by Persons with Primary Progressive Aphasia. American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology, 1-8.

Vigilance state fluctuations and performance using brain-computer interface for communication

Workshops of the seventh international brain-computer interface meeting; not getting lost in translation