Publications

Publications

 

Sandberg, C., Gray, T., & Kiran, S. (accepted). Development of a Free Online Interactive Naming Therapy for Bilingual Aphasia. American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology.

Kiran, S., & Gray, T., (2018). Understanding the nature of bilingual aphasia: Diagnosis, assessment and rehabilitation. Studies in Bilingualism. Jason Rothman & Ludovica Serratrice (Series Editors). Nadiia Denhovska & David Miller (Book Co-editors). John Benjamin Publishing Company, Netherlands.

Gray, T. & Kiran, S. (2018).  The effect of task complexity on linguistic and non-linguistic control mechanisms in healthy bilingual adults and bilingual adults with aphasia.  Bilingualism: Language and Cognition.

Gray, T. (2017). Bilingual Aphasia: An intervention roadmap and the dynamic interplay between lexical access and language control.  Perspectives: Neurophysiology and Neurogenic Speech and Language Disorders.

Gray, T., & Kiran, S. (2016). The relationship between language control and cognitive control in bilingual aphasia.Bilingualism: Language and Cognition, 19(03), 433-452.

Kiran, S., Sandberg, C., Gray, T., Ascenso, E., & Kester, E. (2013). Rehabilitation in bilingual aphasia: Evidence for within-and between-language generalization. American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology,22(2), S298.

Gray, T. & Kiran, S. (2013). A theoretical account of lexical and semantic deficits in bilingual aphasia. Journal of Speech Language and Hearing Research, 56, 1314-1327.


Conference Presentations

2019

Villard, S., Sandberg, C., Gray, T. (Nov., 2019). Paper to be presented at the American, Speech, and Hearing Association annual conference, Orlando, FL. Title: Attention, Language Control, Semantic Control, & Language Impairment in Bilingual Persons With Aphasia, Orlando, FL.

Peng, L., Peck, M., & Gray, T. (March, 2019).  Poster presented at the Cognitive Neuroscience Society, San Francisco, CA. Title: Exploring nonlinguistic codeswitching in bilingual aphasia.

Gray, T., Villard, S., Sandberg, C. (March, 2019).  Poster presented at the Cognitive Neuroscience Society, San Francisco, CA. Title: Relationships between attention, cognitive control, and within- and between-language control in bilingual persons with aphasia.

Peng, L., Peck, M., & Gray, T. (March, 2019).  Poster presented at the California Speech and Hearing Association, Pasadena, CA. Title: An exploratory analysis of visual relatedness in bilingual aphasia.

2018

Gray, T., Navarro, J., Fragoso, N., Conner, O. (Oct., 2018). Codeswitching in bilingual aphasia.Frontiers in Psychology Conference Abstract: 56th Annual Academy of Aphasia meeting.

Gray, T., Molina, J., Dagher, R., Fragoso, N. (May, 2018). Poster presented at the Clinical Aphasiology Conference, Austin, TX. Title: Lexical access, language control, and cognitive control in bilingual aphasia. 

Sandberg, C., Gray, T., Kiran, S. (March, 2018). Paper presented at the Pennsylvania Speech and Hearing Associaiton annual conference, Pittsburgh, PA.  Title: Development of an Online Naming Therapy for Bilingual Aphasia.
 
Sandberg, C., Gray, T., Kiran, S. (March, 2018). Paper presented at the California Speech and Hearing Association, Sacramento, CA.  Title: Development of an Online Naming Therapy for Bilingual Aphasia.                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            
Dekhtyar, M., Peñaloza, C. Kiran, S., Gray, T. (Feb, 2018).  Poster presented at the International Neuropsychological Society, Washington, D.C.  Title: Cognitive Control and its Relationship with Cognition and Language in Monolingual and Bilingual Aphasia.
 
 

2017

Gray, T., Valilla-Rohter, S., Villard, S. (November, 2017).  Thinking Beyond Language: Bilingualism, Attention & Learning in Aphasia.  Accepted for platform presentation at the American Speech and Hearing Association annual conference, Los Angeles, CA. 

Sasunian, D., Etchegoin, P., Molina, J., Shah, P., Lucchesi, D., & Gray, T. (November, 2017).  Non-linguistic, inhibitory control in bilingual aphasia: Typical vs atypical exemplars.  Accepted for poster presentation at the American Speech and Hearing Association annual conference, Los Angeles, CA.  

Sasunian, D., Etchegoin, P., & Gray, T. (November, 2017).  Bilingual Aphasia: Exploring the Relationship Between Language Control & Lexical Access.  Accepted for oral presentation at the American Speech and Hearing Association annual conference, Los Angeles, CA.  

Sasunian, D., Etchegoin, P., Tidaback, K., Darwiche, K., & Gray, T.  (March, 2017). Bilingual aphasia: exploring the relationship between language control and lexical access. Poster presented at the Cognitive Neuroscience Society annual conference, San Francisco, CA. 

Sasunian, D., Etchegoin, P., Tidaback, K., Darwiche, K., & Gray, T. (March, 2017).  Lexical access vs. language control in bilingual aphasia.  Poster presented at the the California Speech and Hearing Association annual conference, Pasadena, CA. 

2016

Gray, T. & Kiran, S. (October, 2016). Control mechanisms in aphasia.  Platform paper presented at 54th Annual meeting of Academy of Aphasia, Llandudno, Wales. 

Gray, T., DesRoches, C., & Kiran, S. (May, 2016).  Non-linguistic cognitive control in monolingual vs. bilingual aphasia.  Poster presented at the 46th Annual Clinical Aphasiology Conference, Charlottesville, VA. 

2015

Gray, T., & Kiran, S. (September, 2015).  Mechanisms of language control and cognitive control in bilingual aphasia. Seminar at the International Symposium on Monolingual and Bilingual Speech, Crete, Greece. 

Gray, T. & Kiran, S. (May, 2015).  Domain general vs. domain specific language and cognitive processing in bilingual aphasia.  Poster presented at the 45th Annual Clinical Aphasiology Conference, Monterey, CA. 

Gray, T. & Kiran, S. (March, 2015).  Control mechanisms in bilingual aphasia.

Poster presented at the 22nd Annual Cognitive Neuroscience Society Meeting, San Francisco, CA.

2014

Gray, T. & Kiran, S. (November, 2014).  Application of current theoretical models to bilingual aphasia rehabilitation.  Seminar at the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, Orlando, FL. 

Kiran, S., Gray, T., Kapse, K., & Salcedo. S (June, 2014). Language Networks in English-Spanish bilinguals with and without aphasia. Poster at the Organization for Human Brain Mapping Conference 2014, Hamburg, Germany.

2013

Gray, T. & Kiran, S. (November, 2013). Cognitive control in bilingual aphasia.

Seminar at the annual meeting of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, Chicago, IL.

Kiran, S., Gray, T., Kushal, K., & Raney, T. (October, 2013) Language networks in English-Spanish bilinguals with and without aphasia. Academy of Aphasia, Lucerne, Switzerland.

Gray, T. & Kiran, S. (May, 2013).  Cognitive control in bilingual aphasia.  Poster at the 43rd Annual Clinical Aphasiology Conference, Tuscon, AZ. 

Gray, T., Glynn, P., Luk, G., & Kiran, S. (April, 2013).  Gray matter volume differences between Spanish-English and Hindi-English bilinguals. Poster at the 20th Annual Cognitive Neuroscience Society Meeting, San Francisco, CA.

2012

Gray, T. & Kiran, S. (November, 2012). Bilingual aphasia: What is the role of proficiency and impairment? Seminar at the annual meeting of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, Atlanta, GA.

Gray, T., & Kiran, S. (October, 2012). Linguistic versus non-linguistic interference suppression in bilingual aphasia.  Academy of Aphasia, San Francisco, USA.

Kiran, S., Balachandran, I., Lucas, J., & Gray, T. (October, 2012). The nature of lexical semantic access in bilingual aphasia. Academy of Aphasia, San Francisco, USA.

Kiran S., Sandberg, C., Kester, E., Ascenso, E., Gray, T., & Roberts, P. (May, 2012).  Rehabilitation of bilingual aphasia: Evidence for within and between language generalization. Platform at the 42nd Annual Clinical Aphasiology Conference, Lake Tahoe, CA. 

Gray, T. & Kiran, S. (March, 2012). A theoretical account of bilingual aphasia.

Poster at the 19th Annual Cognitive Neuroscience Society Meeting, Chicago, Il.