Julie A. Hengst
Julie A. Hengst
Associate Professor (Emerita) of Speech and Hearing Science, University of Illinois at Urbana
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Characteristics of children with phonologic disorders of unknown origin
LD Shriberg, J Kwiatkowski, S Best, B Terselic-Weber, J Hengst
Journal of Speech and Hearing Disorders 51 (2), 140-161, 1986
1871986
Ethnographic methods: Applications from developmental cultural psychology.
PJ Miller, JA Hengst, S Wang
American Psychological Association, 2003
1702003
Development of shared information in communication despite hippocampal amnesia
MC Duff, J Hengst, D Tranel, NJ Cohen
Nature neuroscience 9 (1), 140-146, 2006
1392006
Young children’s emotional attachments to stories
KJ Alexander, PJ Miller, JA Hengst
Social Development 10 (3), 374-398, 2001
1132001
Exploring semiotic remediation as discourse practice
PA Prior, JA Hengst
Palgrave Macmillan, 2010
1032010
‘I’ll be the sun': From reported speech to semiotic remediation practices
P Prior, J Hengst, K Roozen, J Shipka
Walter de Gruyter 26 (6), 733-766, 2006
862006
Hippocampal amnesia disrupts verbal play and the creative use of language in social interaction
MC Duff, JA Hengst, D Tranel, NJ Cohen
Aphasiology 23 (7-8), 926-939, 2009
702009
Introduction: Exploring semiotic remediation
PA Prior, JA Hengst
Exploring semiotic remediation as discourse practice, 1-23, 2010
672010
Collaborative referencing between individuals with aphasia and routine communication partners
JA Hengst
American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, 2003
642003
Collaborative discourse facilitates efficient communication and new learning in amnesia
MC Duff, JA Hengst, D Tranel, NJ Cohen
Brain and language 106 (1), 41-54, 2008
612008
Clinicians as communication partners: Developing a mediated discourse elicitation protocol
JA Hengst, MC Duff
Topics in Language Disorders 27 (1), 37-49, 2007
602007
The use of definite references signals declarative memory: Evidence from patients with hippocampal amnesia
MC Duff, R Gupta, JA Hengst, D Tranel, NJ Cohen
Psychological science 22 (5), 666-673, 2011
572011
Using Others’ Words
JA Hengst, SR Frame, T Neuman-Stritzel, R Gannaway
American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, 2005
572005
Talking across time: Using reported speech as a communicative resource in amnesia
MC Duff, JA Hengst, D Tranel, NJ Cohen
Aphasiology 21 (6-8), 702-716, 2007
502007
Versions of personal storytelling/versions of experience: Genres as tools for creating alternate realities
PJ Miller, J Hengst, K Alexander, LL Sperry
Imagining the impossible: Magical, scientific, and religious thinking in …, 2000
462000
Rethinking repetition in therapy: Repeated engagement as the social ground of learning
JA Hengst, MC Duff, A Dettmer
Aphasiology 24 (6-8), 887-901, 2010
452010
Severe speech sound disorders: An integrated multimodal intervention
AM King, JA Hengst, LS DeThorne
American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, 2013
352013
More than words: Examining communicative competence through a preschool-age child with autism. Inclusion 3: 176-96
LS DeThorne, JA Hengst, HA Valentino, SA Russell
342015
ACES: promoting empathy towards aphasia through language distortion emulation software
J Hailpern, M Danilevsky, A Harris, K Karahalios, G Dell, J Hengst
Proceedings of the SIGCHI Conference on Human Factors in Computing Systems …, 2011
312011
“That mea:: n dog”: Linguistic mischief and verbal play as a communicative resource in aphasia
JA Hengst
Aphasiology 20 (02-04), 312-326, 2006
312006
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