Parkinson’s Disease

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Clare L, Teale JC, Toms G, Kudlicka A, Evans I, Abrahams S, Goldstein LH, Hindle JV, Ho AK, Jahanshahi M, Langdon D, Morris R, Snowden JS. Davies R, Markova I, Busse M & Thompson-Coon J. (2018). Cognitive rehabilitation, self-management, psychotherapeutic and caregiver support interventions in progressive neurodegenerative conditions: a scoping review. NeuroRehabilitation 43 (4), 443-471

Ho AK, Bradshaw JL & Iansek R. For better or worse: The effect of levodopa on speech in Parkinson’s disease. Movement Disorders. 2008 Mar 15;23(4):574-80. PubMed PMID:18163453. (90% contribution; 128 cites)

Ho AK, Iansek R & Bradshaw JL. (2002). The effect of a concurrent task on Parkinsonian speech. Journal of Clinical and Experimental Neuropsychology 24 (1), 36-47.

Ho AK, Iansek R & Bradshaw JL. (2001). Motor instability in parkinsonian speech intensity. Cognitive and Behavioral Neurology 14 (2), 109-116.

Ho AK, Bradshaw JL. & Iansek R. (2000). Volume perception in parkinsonian speech. Movement Disorders 15 (6), 1125-1131.

Ho AK, Iansek R & Bradshaw JL. (1999). Regulation of Parkinsonian speech volume: The effect of interlocuter distance. Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery & Psychiatry 67 (2), 199-202.

Ho AK, Bradshaw JL, Iansek R & Alfredson R. (1999). Speech volume regulation in Parkinson’s disease: Effects of implicit cues and explicit instructions. Neuropsychologia 37 (13), 1453-1460.

Ho AK, Iansek R, Marigliani C. Bradshaw, JL & Gates S. (1998). Speech impairment in a large sample of patients with Parkinson’s disease. Behavioural Neurology 11 (3), 131-137.

Ho AK, Bradshaw JL, Cunnington R, Phillips JG & Iansek R. (1998). Sequence heterogeneity in Parkinsonian speech. Brain and Language, 64 (1), 122-145.