Communication Sciences and Disorders
The Brain Injury Clinic (BIC), the source of participants for this corpus, is housed in the York Wellness and Rehabilitation Institute at Nazareth College in Rochester, NY. It is part of the Communication Sciences and Disorders (CSD) Department, within the School of Health and Human Services. The clinic has been operating since 1992, and has served hundreds of clients from the Greater Rochester community who have acquired brain injuries. Emphasizing a Life Participation Approach to Aphasia (LPAA), we engage clients in meaningful activities to reach their educational, vocational, and recreational potential. The BIC serves as a rich training site for graduate speech-language pathology students and as a research platform to study acquired cognitive-communication disorders.
North Carolina Central University
The NCCU Speech and Hearing Clinic is a full-service accredited clinic. Services include speech-language and hearing evaluations and treatment to diverse populations of all ages. Services are provided through individual and in groups. The adult neurogenic sector of the clinic consists of the Neurogenic Aphasia Group (NAG), the Transgender Voice Clinic (TVC), and the Right Hemisphere Disorder Project (RHDP). Corpus participants were self-identified volunteers of the Right Brain Stroke Research Registry (RBSRR), a national registry and subset of the RHDP.
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In accordance with TalkBank rules, use of data from any of these RHDBank
corpora must be accompanied by this reference:
MacWhinney, B., Fromm, D., Forbes, M. & Holland, A. (2011). AphasiaBank: Methods for studying discourse. Aphasiology, 25,1286-1307.
Additional citations for individual corpora are available from the contributors’ list below.
The RHDBank Discourse Protocol includes the following discourse tasks:
All discourse and testing materials are available from links at the RHDBank website.
Links to spreadsheets with participants' demographic data and test results are also available there