Here is a selection of the literature which has informed the development of Cuespeak:

Best W., Greenwood A, Grassly J, Hickin J. Bridging the gap: can impairment-based therapy for anomia have an impact at the psycho-social level? International Jornal of Language and Communication Disorders. 2008 Jul-Aug;43(4): 390-407.

Boyle M. (2017) Semantic Treatments for Word and Sentence Production Deficits in Aphasia, Semin Speech Lang. 2017 Feb; 38(1):52-61.

Doedens, W.J., Meteyard, L. (2018). The importance of situated language use for aphasia rehabilitation: pre-print [https://doi.org/10.31234/osf.io/h3duq]

Edmonds LA, Mammino K, Ojeda J. (2014) Effect of Verb Network Strengthening Treatment (VNeST) in persons with aphasia: extension and replication of previous findings. American Journal of Speech Lang Pathology. 2014 May;23(2):S312-29. doi: 10.1044/2014_AJSLP-13-0098.

Jones E.V. (1986) Building the foundations for sentence production in a non-fluent aphasic, British Journal of Disorders of Communication, 21:1, 63-82

Marshall, J. (2017). Therapy for people with jargon aphasia. In: Coppens, P. and Patterson, J.C. (Eds.), Aphasia Rehabilitation: Clinical Challenges. . USA: Jones and Bartlett Learning. ISBN 9781284042719

Palmer R. Hughes H. Chater T (2017) What do people with aphasia want to be able to say? A content analysis of words identified as personally relevant by people with aphasia; plos.org

Pulvermüller F1, Neininger B, Elbert T, Mohr B, Rockstroh B, Koebbel P, Taub E. Constraint-induced therapy of chronic aphasia after stroke. Stroke. 2001 Jul;32(7):1621-6.

Renvall K, Nickels L, Davidson B (2013) Functionally relevant items in the treatment of aphasia (part I): Challenges for current practice, Aphasiology, 27:6, 636-650

Thompson C. (20015) Treating agrammatic aphasia within a linguistic framework: Treatment of Underlying Forms, Aphasiology. 2005 Nov; 19(10-11): 1021–1036.

Webster J., Whitworth A., Morris J. (2015) Is it time to stop “fishing”? A review of generalisation following aphasia intervention, Aphasiology, 29:11, 1240-1264

Whitworth, A. Leitao S., Cartwright J. Webster J. & Hankey G. Zach J., Howard D. Wolz, V. (2015). NARNIA: a new twist to an old tale. A pilot RCT to evaluate a multilevel approach to improving discourse in aphasia. Aphasiology. 29. 1345-1382

Whitworth A., Webster J. (2015) Generalisation: exploring change across language levels, Aphasiology, 29:11, 1235-1239