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    1. Caramazza, A; Capitani, E; Rey, A; Berndt, RS
      Agrammatic Broca's aphasia is not associated with a single pattern of comprehension performance

      BRAIN AND LANGUAGE
    2. Berndt, RS; Haendiges, AN
      Grammatical class in word and sentence production: Evidence from an aphasic patient

      JOURNAL OF MEMORY AND LANGUAGE
    3. Berndt, RS
      Sentence comprehension in Broca's aphasia: A critique of the evidence

      BEHAVIORAL AND BRAIN SCIENCES
    4. Mitchum, CC; Haendiges, AN; Berndt, RS
      Using treatment to unmask verb complexities in sentence comprehension

      BRAIN AND LANGUAGE
    5. Rochon, E; Saffran, EM; Berndt, RS; Schwartz, MF
      Quantitative analysis of aphasic sentence production: Further development and new data

      BRAIN AND LANGUAGE
    6. Berndt, RS
      Sentence production

      HANDBOOK OF COGNITIVE NEUROPSYCHOLOGY: WHAT DEFICITS REVEAL ABOUT THE HUMAN MIND
    7. Ruchkin, DS; Berndt, RS; Johnson, R; Grafman, J; Ritter, W; Canoune, HL
      Lexical contributions to retention of verbal information in working memory: Event-related brain potential evidence

      JOURNAL OF MEMORY AND LANGUAGE
    8. Greenwald, ML; Berndt, RS
      Impaired encoding of abstract letter order: Severe alexia in a mildly aphasic patient

      COGNITIVE NEUROPSYCHOLOGY
    9. Berndt, RS; Caramazza, A
      How "regular" is sentence comprehension in Broca's aphasia? It depends on how you select the patients

      BRAIN AND LANGUAGE
    10. GREENWALD ML; BERNDT RS
      LETTER-BY-LETTER LEXICAL ACCESS WITHOUT SEMANTICS OR SPECIALIZED LETTER NAME PHONOLOGY

      Brain and language (Print)
    11. BERNDT RS; MITCHUM CC
      LEXICAL-SEMANTIC ORGANIZATION - EVIDENCE FROM APHASIA

      Clinical neuroscience
    12. RUCHKIN DS; BERNDT RS; JOHNSON R; RITTER W; GRAFMAN J; CANOUNE HL
      MODALITY-SPECIFIC PROCESSING STREAMS IN VERBAL WORKING-MEMORY - EVIDENCE FROM SPATIOTEMPORAL PATTERNS OF BRAIN ACTIVITY

      Cognitive brain research
    13. RUCHKIN DS; BERNDT RS; JOHNSON R; RITTER W; GRAFMAN J; CANOUNE HL
      MODALITY-SPECIFIC PROCESSING STREAMS IN VERBAL WORKING-MEMORY - EVIDENCE FROM SPATIOTEMPORAL PATTERNS OF BRAIN ACTIVITY

      Cognitive brain research
    14. REGGIA JA; RUPPIN E; BERNDT RS
      COMPUTER MODELING - A NEW APPROACH TO THE INVESTIGATION OF DISEASE

      M.D. computing
    15. BERNDT RS; MITCHUM CC; WAYLAND S
      PATTERNS OF SENTENCE COMPREHENSION IN APHASIA - A CONSIDERATION OF 3 HYPOTHESES

      Brain and language
    16. BERNDT RS; HAENDIGES AN
      POSITIONAL EFFECTS IN DYSLEXIC VISUAL ERRORS - CONSTRAINTS ON THE INTERPRETATION OF WORD SUBSTITUTIONS

      Brain and language
    17. MITCHUM CC; GREENWALD ML; BERNDT RS
      PRODUCTION-SPECIFIC THEMATIC MAPPING IMPAIRMENT - A TREATMENT STUDY

      Brain and language
    18. GREENWALD ML; BERNDT RS
      TOP-DOWN EFFECTS ON ORTHOGRAPHIC LEXICAL ACCESS IN A PATIENT WITH SEVERE ACQUIRED DYSLEXIA

      Brain and language
    19. BERNDT RS; MITCHUM CC; HAENDIGES AN; SANDSON J
      VERB RETRIEVAL IN APHASIA .1. CHARACTERIZING SINGLE WORD IMPAIRMENTS

      Brain and language
    20. BERNDT RS; HAENDIGES AN; MITCHUM CC; SANDSON J
      VERB RETRIEVAL IN APHASIA .2. RELATIONSHIP TO SENTENCE PROCESSING

      Brain and language
    21. BERNDT RS; HAENDIGES AN; WOZNIAK MA
      VERB RETRIEVAL AND SENTENCE PROCESSING - DISSOCIATION OF AN ESTABLISHED SYMPTOM ASSOCIATION

      Cortex
    22. WAYLAND SC; BERNDT RS; SANDSON JR
      APHASIC PATIENTS SENSITIVITY TO STRUCTURAL AND MEANING VIOLATIONS WHEN MONITORING FOR NOUNS AND VERBS IN SENTENCES

      Neuropsychology
    23. BERNDT RS; HAENDIGES AN; MITCHUM CC; WAYLAND SC
      AN INVESTIGATION OF NONLEXICAL READING IMPAIRMENTS

      Cognitive neuropsychology
    24. HAENDIGES AN; BERNDT RS; MITCHUM CC
      ASSESSING THE ELEMENTS CONTRIBUTING TO A MAPPING DEFICIT - A TARGETEDTREATMENT STUDY

      Brain and language
    25. BERNDT RS; MITCHUM CC; HAENDIGES AN
      COMPREHENSION OF REVERSIBLE SENTENCES IN AGRAMMATISM - A METAANALYSIS

      Cognition
    26. MITCHUM CC; HAENDIGES AN; BERNDT RS
      TREATMENT OF THEMATIC MAPPING IN SENTENCE COMPREHENSION - IMPLICATIONS FOR NORMAL PROCESSING

      Cognitive neuropsychology
    27. BERNDT RS; DAUTRECHY CL; REGGIA JA
      FUNCTIONAL PRONUNCIATION UNITS IN ENGLISH WORDS

      Journal of experimental psychology. Learning, memory, and cognition
    28. RAYMER AM; BERNDT RS
      MODELS OF WORD READING - EVIDENCE FROM ALZHEIMERS-DISEASE

      Brain and language
    29. BERNDT RS
      UNDERSTANDING APHASIA - GOODGLASS,H

      Science


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