A yearly event at the ASHA Convention is the Research Symposium, where current, theme-focused research is presented by experts.
Neural Plasticity in the Mature Brain
Papers from the 2010 Symposium were published in the Journal of Communication Disorders, Volume 44, Issue 5, 2011. Links to full-text versions that are freely available in PubMed Central are provided below. Otherwise, links to the PubMed abstracts are provided.
|Fridriksson, J.||Measuring and inducing brain plasticity in chronic aphasia||557–563|
|Kane, J. R., Ciucci, M. R., Jacobs, A. N., Tews, N., Russell, J. A., Ahrens, A. M., Ma, S. T., Britt, J. M., Cormack, L. K., and Schallert, T.||Assessing the role of dopamine in limb and cranial-oromotor control in a rat model of Parkinson's disease||529–537|
|Kerr, A. L., Cheng, S-Y., and Jones, T. A.||Experience-dependent neural plasticity in the adult damaged brain||529–537|
|Kleim, J. A.||Neural plasticity and neurorehabilitation: Teaching the new brain old tricks (abstract)||521–528|
|Kolb, B., Muhammad, A., and Gibb, R.||Searching for factors underlying cerebral plasticity in the normal and injured brain (abstract)||503–514|
|Nudo, R. J.||Neural bases of recovery after brain injury||515–520|
|Plowman, E. K., and Kleim, J. A.||Behavioral and neurophysiological correlates of striatal dopamine depletion: A rodent model of Parkinson's disease (abstract)||549–556|
|Wong, P. C. M., and Ettlinger, M.||Predictors of spoken language learning||564–567|