1. Short-term/working memory impairments in aphasia: Data, models and their application to aphasia rehabilitation Nadine Martin & Jamie Reilly 2. Conceptualising and measuring working memory and its relationship to aphasia Heather Harris Wright & Fergadotis 3. Slave systems in verbal short term memory David Caplan, Gloria Waters & David Howard 4. Direct and indirect treatment approaches for addressing short-term or working memory deficits in aphasia Laura Murray 5. Brain regions underlying repetition and auditory-verbal short-term memory deficits in aphasia: Evidence from voxel-based lesion symptom mapping Juliana V. Baldo, Shira Katseff & Nina F. Dronkers 6. Dissociating short-term memory and language impairment: The importance of item and serial order information Lucie Attout, Marie-Anne Van der Kaa, Mercedes George & Steve Majerus 7. How does linguistic knowledge contribute to short-term memory? Contrasting effects of impaired semantic knowledge and executive control Paul Hoffman, Elizabeth Jefferies, Sheeba Ehsan, Roy W. Jones & Matthew A. Lambon Ralph 8. Lexicality effects in word and nonword recall of semantic dementia and progressive nonfluent aphasia Jamie Reilly, Joshua Troche , Alison Paris, Hyejin Park, Michelene Kalinyak-Fliszar, Sharon M. Antonucci & Nadine Martin 9. Relations between short-term memory deficits, semantic processing, and executive function Corinne M. Allen, Randi C. Martin & Nadine Martin 10. Effects of working memory load on processing of sounds and meanings of words in aphasia Nadine Martin, Francine P. Kohen, Michelene Kalinyak-Fliszar, Anna Soveri & Matti Laine 11. Does phonological working memory impairment affect sentence comprehension? A study of conduction aphasia Aviah Gvion & Naama Friedmann 12. (Eye) tracking short-term memory over time Costanza Papagno, Emanuela Bricolo, Davide Paggio, Roberta Daini & C. Cecchetto 13. Validity of an eye-tracking method to index working memory in people with and without aphasia Maria V. Ivanonva and Brooke Hallowell 14. Phonological short term memory in conduction aphasia Aviah Gvion & Naama Friedmann
Nadine Martin is Professor of Communication Sciences and Disorders at Temple University, USA. Jamie Reilly is Assistant Professor in Speech, Language, and Hearing Sciences at the University of Florida, USA.