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    1. Devlin, JT; Russell, RP; Davis, MH; Price, CJ; Moss, HE; Fadili, MJ; Tyler, LK
      Is there an anatomical basis for category-specificity? Semantic memory studies in PET and fMRI

      NEUROPSYCHOLOGIA
    2. Tyler, LK; Moss, HE
      Towards a distributed account of conceptual knowledge

      TRENDS IN COGNITIVE SCIENCES
    3. Moss, HE; Tyler, LK
      The limits of a localized account of conceptual knowledge - Reply to Kiefer and Spitzer

      TRENDS IN COGNITIVE SCIENCES
    4. Tyler, LK; Moss, HE
      Concepts and categories: What is the evidence for neural specialisation?

      BEHAVIORAL AND BRAIN SCIENCES
    5. Tyler, LK; Russell, R; Fadili, J; Moss, HE
      The neural representation of nouns and verbs: PET studies

      BRAIN
    6. Tyler, LK; Voice, JK; Moss, HE
      The interaction of meaning and sound in spoken word recognition

      PSYCHONOMIC BULLETIN & REVIEW
    7. Devlin, JT; Russell, RP; Davis, MH; Price, CJ; Wilson, J; Moss, HE; Matthews, PM; Tyler, LK
      Susceptibility-induced loss of signal: Comparing PET and fMRI on a semantic task

      NEUROIMAGE
    8. Tyler, LK; Moss, HE; Durrant-Peatfield, MR; Levy, JP
      Conceptual structure and the structure of concepts: A distributed account of category-specific deficits

      BRAIN AND LANGUAGE
    9. Moss, HE; Tyler, LK
      A progressive category-specific semantic deficit for non-living things

      NEUROPSYCHOLOGIA
    10. BUNN EM; TYLER LK; MOSS HE
      CATEGORY-SPECIFIC SEMANTIC DEFICITS - THE ROLE OF FAMILIARITY AND PROPERTY TYPE REEXAMINED

      Neuropsychology
    11. TYLER LK; MOSS HE; MCPHERSON S
      HEMISPHERE DIFFERENCES IN THE PROCESSING OF LIVING AND NONLIVING THINGS

      Brain and language (Print)
    12. MOSS HE; DAVIES PD; JEPPESON C; MCLELLAN S; TYLER LK
      THE RELATIONSHIP BETWEEN KNOWLEDGE OF NOUNS AND VERBS IN A CATEGORY-SPECIFIC DEFICIT FOR LIVING THINGS

      Brain and language (Print)
    13. Tyler, LK; Moss, HE
      Going, going, gone ... ? Implicit and explicit tests of conceptual knowledge in a longitudinal study of semantic dementia

      NEUROPSYCHOLOGIA
    14. MOSS HE; TYLER LK; JENNINGS F
      WHEN LEOPARDS LOSE THEIR SPOTS - KNOWLEDGE OF VISUAL PROPERTIES IN CATEGORY-SPECIFIC DEFICITS FOR LIVING THINGS

      Cognitive neuropsychology
    15. TYLER LK; MOSS HE
      FUNCTIONAL-PROPERTIES OF CONCEPTS - STUDIES OF NORMAL AND BRAIN-DAMAGED PATIENTS

      Cognitive neuropsychology
    16. TYLER LK; MOSS HE
      IMAGEABILITY AND CATEGORY-SPECIFICITY

      Cognitive neuropsychology
    17. MOSS HE; MCCORMICK SF; TYLER LK
      THE TIME-COURSE OF ACTIVATION OF SEMANTIC INFORMATION DURING SPOKEN WORD RECOGNITION

      Language and cognitive processes
    18. BUNN EM; TYLER LK; MOSS HE
      PATIENT JBR - THE ROLE OF FAMILIARITY AND PROPERTY TYPE IN A SELECTIVE DEFICIT FOR LIVING THINGS

      Brain and language
    19. MOSS HE; TYLER LK
      A CATEGORY-SPECIFIC SEMANTIC DEFICIT FOR NONLIVING THINGS IN A CASE OF PROGRESSIVE APHASIA

      Brain and language
    20. TYLER LK; MOSS HE; PATTERSON K; HODGES J
      THE GRADUAL DETERIORATION OF SYNTAX AND SEMANTICS IN A PATIENT WITH PROGRESSIVE APHASIA

      Brain and language
    21. MARSLENWILSON W; MOSS HE; VANHALEN S
      PERCEPTUAL DISTANCE AND COMPETITION IN LEXICAL ACCESS

      Journal of experimental psychology. Human perception and performance
    22. TYLER LK; DURRANTPEATFIELD MR; LEVY JP; VOICE JK; MOSS HE
      DISTINCTIVENESS AND CORRELATIONS IN THE STRUCTURE OF CATEGORIES - BEHAVIORAL-DATA AND A CONNECTIONIST MODEL

      Brain and language
    23. MOSS HE; TYLER LK
      INVESTIGATING SEMANTIC MEMORY IMPAIRMENTS - THE CONTRIBUTION OF SEMANTIC PRIMING

      Memory
    24. TYLER LK; MOSS HE; JENNINGS F
      ABSTRACT WORD DEFICITS IN APHASIA - EVIDENCE FROM SEMANTIC PRIMING

      Neuropsychology
    25. MOSS HE; TYLER LK; HODGES JR; PATTERSON K
      EXPLORING THE LOSS OF SEMANTIC MEMORY IN SEMANTIC DEMENTIA - EVIDENCEFROM A PRIMED MONITORING STUDY

      Neuropsychology
    26. MOSS HE; OSTRIN RK; TYLER LK; MARSLENWILSON WD
      ACCESSING DIFFERENT TYPES OF LEXICAL SEMANTIC INFORMATION - EVIDENCE FROM PRIMING

      Journal of experimental psychology. Learning, memory, and cognition
    27. TYLER LK; OSTRIN RK; COOKE M; MOSS HE
      AUTOMATIC ACCESS OF LEXICAL INFORMATION IN BROCAS APHASICS - AGAINST THE AUTOMATICITY HYPOTHESIS

      Brain and language
    28. MOSS HE; TYLER LK; JENNINGS F
      THE REPRESENTATION AND ACCESS OF ABSTRACT WORDS IN APHASIA

      Brain and language
    29. TYLER LK; MOSS HE; HODGES J; PATTERSON K
      PROGRESSIVE APHASIA - IMPAIRMENT OF SYNTACTIC PROCESSING IN A FLUENT PATIENT

      Brain and language
    30. MOSS HE; MARSLENWILSON WD
      ACCESS TO WORD MEANINGS DURING SPOKEN LANGUAGE COMPREHENSION - EFFECTS OF SENTENTIAL SEMANTIC CONTEXT

      Journal of experimental psychology. Learning, memory, and cognition


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