Theses

Nielsen, C. (2020). Effect of positive and negative emotion on naming accuracy in adults with aphasia. [Unpublished master’s thesis]. Brigham Young University.

Loveridge, C. (2020). Effects of positive and negative emotional valence on response time during a confrontational naming task: Findings from people with aphasia and young adults [Unpublished master’s thesis]. Brigham Young University.

Presentations

Smith, M., Harmon, T. G. (2021, Feb). Evaluating mood in aphasia: Measurement tools and group differences. Utah Conference on Undergraduate Research.

Steele, K., Nelson, B., Harmon, T. G. (2021, Feb). Effects of Social and Cognitive Demands on Language Production for People With and Without Aphasia. Utah Conference on Undergraduate Research.

Nelson, B., Nicol, A., Chapman, K., Harmon, T. G., Dromey, C. (2020, Mar). Effects of Background Noise on Linguistic Measures of Young Adult Discourse. BYU McKay School of Education Mentored Research Conferences. Provo, UT (Conference Canceled).

Harmon, T. G., Bell, L., Riley, R, Loveridge, C. (2019, Nov). Coping with communication challenges: Insights from people with aphasia. Annual Convention of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association. Orlando, FL.