Rimke Groenewold

Contact Details

email: r.groenewold[at]rug.nl


Thesis Details

Direct and indirect speech in aphasia: Studies of spoken discourse production and comprehension.

Supervisors : Professor Dr. Roelien Bastiaanse. (University of Groningen), Professor Dr. Lyndsey Nickels (Macquarie University)



Now

post-doc at University of Groningen


Selected Publications

Groenewold, R., & Armstrong, E. (2019). A multimodal analysis of enactment in everyday interaction in people with aphasia. Aphasiology, 1464.

Groenewold, R., & Armstrong, E. (2018). The effects of enactment on communicative competence in aphasic casual conversation: a functional linguistic perspective. International Journal of Language and Communication Disorders, 53(4), 836-851. https://doi.org/10.1111/1460-6984.12392

Groenewold, R. (2018). Christine Versluis. Why this now? A genre analytic approach to aphasic / non-aphasic interactive events. Nederlandse Taalkunde, 23(1), 95-99.

Groenewold, R., & Armstrong, E. (2018). A multimodal analysis of enactment in aphasia. Poster session presented at International Aphasia Rehabilitation Conference, Aveiro, Portugal.

Groenewold, R., & Armstrong, E. (2018). A multimodal analysis of enactment in aphasia. 74-75. Abstract from International Aphasia Rehabilitation Conference, Aveiro, Portugal. https://doi.org/(…)2687038.2018.1485857

Groenewold, R., & Armstrong, E. (2018). Enactment and communicative competence in aphasia: A functional linguistic perspective. Poster session presented at Clinical Aphasiology Conference, Austin, United States.

Lewis, A., Jamieson, J., Ly, M., FitzGerald, V., & Groenewold, R. (2018). Resilience, self-efficacy and professional identity in Dietetics and Speech Pathology students. Paper presented at ACEN WA, Perth, Australia.

Groenewold, R., Bastiaanse, R., Nickels, L., Wieling, M., & Huiskes, M. (2015). The differential effects of direct and indirect speech on discourse comprehension in Dutch and English listeners with and without aphasia. Aphasiology, 29(6), 685-704.

Groenewold, R. (2015). Direct and indirect speech in aphasia: studies of spoken discourse production and comprehension. [S.l.]: [S.n.].

Groenewold, R., Bastiaanse, R., Nickels, L., & Huiskes, M. (2014). Perceived liveliness and speech comprehensibility in aphasia: the effects of direct speech in auditory narratives. International Journal of Language & Communication Disorders, 49(4), 486-497. https://doi.org/10.1111/1460-6984.12080

Groenewold, R., Bastiaanse, R., Nickels, L., Wieling, M., & Huiskes, M. (2014). The effects of direct and indirect speech on discourse comprehension in Dutch listeners with and without aphasia. Aphasiology, 28(7), 862-884.

Groenewold, R., Bastiaanse, Y., Nickels, L., Wieling, M., & Huiskes, M. (2014). The effects of direct and indirect speech on English discourse comprehension in aphasia. Stem-, spraak- en taalpathologie, 10(S01), 120-122.

Groenewold, R., Bastiaanse, R., & Huiskes, M. (2013). Direct speech constructions in aphasic Dutch narratives. Aphasiology, 27(5), 546-567.

Groenewold, R., Bastiaanse, Y., Nickels, L., & Huiskes, M. (2013). The effects of (in)direct speech on aphasic discourse comprehension.. 120. Abstract from Science of Aphasia conference 13, Groningen, Netherlands.

Groenewold, R., Bastiaanse, Y. R. M., & Huiskes, M. (2012). Kom op! Brek ‚m de poaten! Directe rede bij afasie. Logopedie en Foniatrie, 6, 184 – 190.

Groenewold, R., Bastiaanse, Y., & Huiskes, M. (2012). The effect of direct speech on liveliness and comprehensibility in individuals with and without aphasia.. 50. Paper presented at Science of Aphasia conference 13, Groningen, Netherlands.

Redeker, G., Groenewold, R., & Guyot, J-C. (2010). Joint Design of Competences. Workpackage 2 of the LLP-ERASMUS Project „Curriculum Development in Communication Sciences“: LLP-Erasmus

Groenewold, R., & Jonkers, R. (2010). Paragrammatisme; toeval of strategie? Een onderzoek naar kenmerken, oorzaken en gevolgen van paragrammatische constructies in spontane taal bij patiënten met een vloeiende afasie. Logopedie en Foniatrie, 82(2), 40 – 45.