Naomi Hashimoto

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Associate Professor

Special Education and Communication Sciences and Disorders

128Q John W. Porter Building

734.487.3300

[email protected]

Education

  • BS Communication Sciences & Disorders - Northwestern University
  • MS Speech & Hearing Sciences - University of Washington
  • PhD Communication Sciences & Disorders - Northwestern University

License / Certifications

American Speech Language Hearing Association
Certificate of Clinical Competence – Speech-Language Pathology

MI Department of Licensing & Regulatory Affairs
Michigan License, #7101005698, Speech-Language Pathologist

Interests and Expertise

Aphasia Treatment of Anomia
Aging Effects on Language & Cognition
Working Memory & Language

Publications and Presentations

Selected Publications

Hashimoto, N. (2019). The use of repetition and written naming to treat naming deficits in aphasia. American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology, 29, 216-237.

Hashimoto, N. (2016).  The use of 1- or 3-associative primes in treating anomia in aphasia. American Journal of Speech-Language Pathology, 25, S665-S686.

Hashimoto, N., Johnson, B., & Peterson, A.  (2016). The effects of thematic relations on picture naming abilities across the lifespan.  Aging, Neuropsychology, & Cognition, 23, 499-512

Selected Presentations

Hashimoto, N., & Talty, L. (2022). Using Evidence-Based Aphasia Naming Therapies in Clinical Practice. Presentation at Michigan Annual Speech-Language Hearing Conference.

Hashimoto, N., Heuer, S., & Pycha, A. (2020). Proposal Number: 11612. Phonological Neighborhood Density: What Matters when Naming Images. Proposal accepted at the Annual Convention of the American Speech-Language-Hearing Association, San Diego, CA (Convention Canceled).

Orzel, A. & Liew, T.-Q., & Hashimoto, N. (2019). The Efficacy of the Verb Network Strengthening Treatment (VNeST) in Aphasia. Poster presentation at American Speech-Language Hearing Association Annual Convention, Orlando, FL.

Cherney, M., Balavitch, A., & Hashimoto, N. (2019). The Role of Short-Term Memory Abilities on Language Learning Abilities in Young & Older Adults. Poster presentation at American Speech-Language Hearing Association Annual Convention, Orlando, FL.

Samargia, S., Wallace, B., Fesenmaier, A., & Hashimoto, N. (2018). Feasibility of Combining Behavioral Intervention and Transcranial Direct Current Stimulation to DLPFC in Aphasia. Poster presentation at American Speech-Language Hearing Association, Boston, MA

Grants, Honors and Awards

e-Fellows Classroom Technology Grant
Eastern Michigan University

Major Research Instruction Program Grant
National Science Foundation

Undergraduate Research Stimulus Grant Program
Eastern Michigan University

Memberships

Member, American Speech-Language Hearing Association SIG 2 Professional Development Committee
Member, Academy of Neurological Communication Disorders & Sciences
Member, American Speech-Language Hearing Association SIG 2 Neurogenic Communication Disorders