Gopee Krishnan
Gopee Krishnan
Associate Professor, Manipal Academy of Higher Education
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TitleCited byYear
A preliminary investigation of akshara knowledge in the Malayalam alphasyllabary: Extension of Nag’s (2007) study
S Tiwari, R Nair, G Krishnan
Writing Systems Research 3 (2), 145-151, 2011
242011
Revisiting the acquired neurogenic stuttering in the light of developmental stuttering
G Krishnan, S Tiwari
Journal of Neurolinguistics 24 (3), 383-396, 2011
172011
Adaptation and validation of stroke-aphasia quality of life (SAQOL-39) scale to Hindi
IH Mitra, G Krishnan
Annals of Indian Academy of Neurology 18 (1), 29, 2015
152015
Stroke and aphasia quality of life scale in Kannada-evaluation of reliability, validity and internal consistency
S Kiran, G Krishnan
Annals of Indian Academy of Neurology 16 (3), 361, 2013
122013
Differential diagnosis in developmental and acquired neurogenic stuttering: Do fluency-enhancing conditions dissociate the two?
G Krishnan, S Tiwari
Journal of Neurolinguistics 26 (2), 252-257, 2013
112013
Variability in aphasia following subcortical hemorrhagic lesion
G Krishnan, S Tiwari, AR Pai, SN Rao
Annals of neurosciences 19 (4), 158, 2012
112012
Apraxic agraphia: An insight into the writing disturbances of posterior aphasias
G Krishnan, SN Rao, B Rajashekar
Annals of Indian Academy of Neurology 12 (2), 120, 2009
72009
Adaptation and validation of stroke-aphasia quality of life (SAQOL-39) scale to Malayalam
R Raju, G Krishnan
Annals of Indian Academy of Neurology 18 (4), 441, 2015
62015
Clinical evidence for the compensatory role of the right frontal lobe and a novel neural substrate in developmental stuttering: A single case study
G Krishnan, RP Nair, S Tiwari
Journal of Neurolinguistics 23 (5), 501-510, 2010
62010
Reliability and validity of a Kannada rate of reading test
K Srinivasan, G Krishnan, A Wilkins, P Allen
Indian journal of ophthalmology 66 (5), 630, 2018
52018
Acceptability, reliability, and validity of the Stroke and Aphasia Quality of Life Scale-39 (SAQOL-39) across languages: a systematic review
A Ahmadi, SA Tohidast, B Mansuri, M Kamali, G Krishnan
Clinical rehabilitation 31 (9), 1201-1214, 2017
52017
Global aphasia without hemiparesis: A case series
AR Pai, SP Gopee Krishnan, S Rao
Annals of Indian Academy of Neurology 14 (3), 185, 2011
52011
Lexico-semantic deficits in people with right hemisphere damage: Evidence from convergent naming tasks
G Krishnan, R Bellur, P Karanth
Journal of Neurolinguistics 35, 13-24, 2015
42015
Short version of the bilingual aphasia test in Malayalam
G Krishnan, RE Mathew
Annals of Indian Academy of Neurology 20 (3), 217, 2017
32017
Selective L2 cognate retrieval deficit in a bilingual person with aphasia: A case report
S Tiwari, G Krishnan
Speech, Language and Hearing 18 (4), 243-248, 2015
32015
Crosslinguistic Generalization of Semantic Treatment in Aphasia: Evidence from the Indian Context
G Krishnan, S Tiwari, S Kiran, S Chengappa
22014
COMPENSATORY STRATEGIES AND FEEDBACK OF HYOLARYNGEAL EXCURSION FOR SWALLOW IN TREATMENT OF SWALLOWING DIFFICULTIES IN PARKINSONS DISEASE: A CASE REPORT.
G Krishnan, T Prasad
Journal of the All India Institute of Speech & Hearing 32, 2013
22013
LANGUAGE NON-SPECIFIC LEXICAL ACTIVATION IN BILINGUALS: EVIDENCE FROM THE PHONEME MONITORING TASK.
P Shivabasappa, B Pajashekar, G Krishnan
Journal of the All India Institute of Speech & Hearing 30, 2011
22011
APHASIA REHABILITATION IN INDIA: A PRELIMINARY SURVEY OF SPEECH-LANGUAGE PATHOLOGISTS.
S Tiwari, G Krishnan
Journal of the All India Institute of Speech & Hearing 30, 2011
22011
The Semantic Association in the Mental Lexicon
G Krishnan, S Tiwari
JAIISH 27, 45-49, 2008
22008
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