Dr. Janet Ingles is an Associate Professor in the School of Communication Sciences and Disorders. She is registered as a psychologist in Nova Scotia in the area of clinical neuropsychology. Dr. Ingles teaches courses in neuroscience, adult neurological disorders and clinical skills (interviewing & counseling). Her research interests focus on neurological communication disorders, especially primary progressive aphasia and acquired dyslexia.
- BA, Psychology, Queen's University
- PhD, Psychology, Dalhousie University
- Postdoctoral Fellowship, Geriatric Medicine, Dalhousie University
- Language and cognition in adults with neurological disorders
- Assessment and rehabilitation
- CMSD 5290: Introduction to Neurosciences for Communication Disorders
- CMSD 6350: Assessment of Neurogenic Language and Cognitive Disorders - Adults
- CMSD 6550: Seminar in Adult Communication Disorders
- CMSD 5070: Clinical Methods - Speech Language Pathology
- Ingles, J., Fisk, J., Fleetwood, I., Burrell, S. & Darvesh, S. (2015). Peripheral dysgraphia: Dissociations of lowercase from uppercase letters and of print from cursive writing. Cognitive and Behavioral Neurology, 27, 31-47.
- Ingles, J. L. & Eskes, G. A. (2008). A comparison of letter and digit processing in letter-by-letter reading. Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society, 14,164-173.
- Ingles, J. L., Boulton, D. C., Fisk, J. D., & Rockwood, K. (2007). Preclinical vascular cognitive impairment and Alzheimer disease: Neuropsychological test performance 5 years before diagnosis. Stroke, 38, 1148-1153.
- Ingles, J. L., Fisk, J. D., Passmore, M., & Darvesh, S. (2007). Progressive anomia without semantic or phonological impairment. Cortex, 43, 558-564.
- Ingles, J. L. & Eskes, G. A. (2007). Temporal processing deficits in letter-by-letter reading. Journal of the International Neuropsychological Society, 13, 110-119.
- Passmore, M., Ingles, J. L., Fisk, J. D., & Darvesh, S. (2005). Disconnection of language and memory in semantic dementia: A comparative and theoretical analysis, Current Alzheimer Research, 2, 435-448.