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    1. HOUGH MS; FOX BO; DEMARCO S
      LINGUISTIC CONTEXTUAL INFLUENCES ON CATEGORIZATION SKILLS AFTER TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURY

      Aphasiology
    2. HOUGH MS; KLICH RJ
      LIP EMG ACTIVITY DURING VOWEL PRODUCTION IN APRAXIA OF SPEECH - PHRASE CONTEXT AND WORD-LENGTH EFFECTS

      Journal of speech language and hearing research
    3. HOUGH MS
      THE TREATMENT OF APHASIA - FROM THEORY TO PRACTICE - CODE,C, MULLER,DJ

      Clinical linguistics & phonetics
    4. HOUGH MS; PIERCE RS; DIFILIPPO M; PABST MJ
      ACCESS AND ORGANIZATION OF GOAL-DERIVED CATEGORIES AFTER TRAUMATIC BRAIN INJURY

      Brain injury
    5. HOUGH MS; VOGEL D; CANNITO MP; PIERCE RS
      INFLUENCE OF PRIOR PICTORIAL CONTEXT ON SENTENCE COMPREHENSION IN OLDER VERSUS YOUNGER APHASIC SUBJECTS

      Aphasiology
    6. HOUGH MS
      AUTONOMY AND EMPOWERMENT IN APHASIA ASSESSMENT AND THERAPY - ISNT IT THE ROAD MORE TRAVELED

      Aphasiology
    7. HOUGH MS; DEMARCO S
      PHONEMIC RETRIEVAL IN CONDUCTION APHASIA - MEMORY TRACE DECAY OR BLOCKING EFFECT

      Brain and cognition
    8. HOUGH MS
      WORD FLUENCY RESPONSE STRATEGIES IN DEMENTIA FOR COMMON AND GOAL-DERIVED CATEGORIES

      Brain and cognition
    9. DEMARCO S; HOUGH MS
      PHONEMIC RETRIEVAL ABILITIES IN DEVELOPMENTALLY PHONOLOGICALLY DISORDERED CHILDREN

      Brain and cognition
    10. HOUGH MS; DEMARCO S
      PHONEMIC RETRIEVAL IN ANOMIC APHASIA - A CASE-STUDY

      Brain and cognition
    11. HOUGH MS; DEMARCO S
      PHONEMIC RETRIEVAL IN BROCAS-APHASIA - IS THERE MORE THAN ONE TYPE OFIMPAIRMENT

      Brain and cognition
    12. HOUGH MS; DANIEL HJ; SNOW MA; OBRIEN KF; HUME WG
      GENDER DIFFERENCES IN LATERALITY PATTERNS FOR SPEAKING AND SINGING

      Neuropsychologia
    13. HOUGH MS
      CATEGORIZATION IN APHASIA - ACCESS AND ORGANIZATION OF GOAL-DERIVED AND COMMON CATEGORIES

      Aphasiology


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