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    1. Baluch, B; Besner, D
      Basic processes in reading: Semantics affects speeded naming of high-frequency words in an alphabetic script

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY-REVUE CANADIENNE DE PSYCHOLOGIE EXPERIMENTALE
    2. Hall, DA; Humphreys, GW; Cooper, ACG
      Neuropsychological evidence for case-specific reading: Multi-letter units in visual word recognition

      QUARTERLY JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY SECTION A-HUMAN EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY
    3. Gerhand, S
      Routes to reading: a report of a non-semantic reader with equivalent performance on regular and exception words

      NEUROPSYCHOLOGIA
    4. Galante, E; Tralli, A; Zuffi, M; Avanzi, S
      Primary progressive aphasia: a patient with stress assignment impairment in reading aloud

      NEUROLOGICAL SCIENCES
    5. Gerhand, S; Barry, C
      When does a deep dyslexic make a semantic error? The roles of age-of-acquisition, concreteness, and frequency

      BRAIN AND LANGUAGE
    6. Joubert, SA; Lecours, AR
      The role of sublexical graphemic processing in reading

      BRAIN AND LANGUAGE
    7. Graham, NL; Patterson, K; Hodges, JR
      The impact of semantic memory impairment on spelling: evidence from semantic dementia

      NEUROPSYCHOLOGIA
    8. Bentin, S; Mouchetant-Rostaing, Y; Giard, MH; Echallier, JF; Pernier, J
      ERP manifestations of processing printed words at different psycholinguistic levels: Time course and scalp distribution

      JOURNAL OF COGNITIVE NEUROSCIENCE
    9. Iribarren, IC; Jarema, G; Lecours, AR
      Lexical reading in Spanish: Two cases of phonological dyslexia

      APPLIED PSYCHOLINGUISTICS
    10. Cuetos, F; Ellis, AW
      Visual paralexias in a Spanish-speaking patient with acquired dyslexia: A consequence of visual and semantic impairments?

      CORTEX
    11. Conway, TW; Heilman, P; Rothi, LJG; Alexander, AW; Adair, J; Crosson, BA; Heilman, KM
      Treatment of a case of phonological alexia with agraphia using the Auditory Discrimination in Depth (ADD) Program

      JOURNAL OF THE INTERNATIONAL NEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL SOCIETY
    12. Aghababian, V; Jacobs, AM
      Models for simulation dyslexia

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY-REVUE CANADIENNE DE PSYCHOLOGIE EXPERIMENTALE
    13. MARANGOLO P; BASSO A
      READING OF LEXICALLY STRESSED WORDS BY ITALIAN APHASIC PATIENTS - A RETROSPECTIVE STUDY

      Neuropsychology
    14. LESCH MF; MARTIN RC
      THE REPRESENTATION OF SUBLEXICAL ORTHOGRAPHIC-PHONOLOGICAL CORRESPONDENCES - EVIDENCE FROM PHONOLOGICAL DYSLEXIA

      The Quarterly journal of experimental psychology. A, Human experimental psychology
    15. ZORZI M; HOUGHTON G; BUTTERWORTH B
      2 ROUTES OR ONE IN READING ALOUD - A CONNECTIONIST DUAL-PROCESS MODEL

      Journal of experimental psychology. Human perception and performance
    16. ANS B; CARBONNEL S; VALDOIS S
      A CONNECTIONIST MULTIPLE-TRACE MEMORY MODEL FOR POLYSYLLABIC WORD READING

      Psychological review
    17. FIEZ JA; PETERSEN SE
      NEUROIMAGING STUDIES OF WORD READING

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    18. RALPH MAL; ELLIS AW
      PATTERNS OF PARALEXIA REVISITED - REPORT OF A CASE OF VISUAL DYSLEXIA

      Cognitive neuropsychology
    19. NEWTON PK; BARRY C
      CONCRETENESS EFFECTS IN WORD PRODUCTION BUT NOT WORD COMPREHENSION INDEEP DYSLEXIA

      Cognitive neuropsychology
    20. LAUDANNA A; CERMELE A; CARAMAZZA A
      MORPHO-LEXICAL REPRESENTATIONS IN NAMING

      Language and cognitive processes
    21. BADECKER W
      LEVELS OF MORPHOLOGICAL DEFICIT - INDICATIONS FROM INFLECTIONAL REGULARITY

      Brain and language
    22. FROMKIN VA
      SOME THOUGHTS ABOUT THE BRAIN MIND/LANGUAGE INTERFACE/

      Lingua
    23. STANOVICH KE; SIEGEL LS; GOTTARDO A
      CONVERGING EVIDENCE FOR PHONOLOGICAL AND SURFACE SUBTYPES OF READING-DISABILITY

      Journal of educational psychology
    24. DEPARTZ MP
      THE COGNITIVE PERSPECTIVE - THE CASE OF READING AND WRITING DISORDERS

      European review of applied psychology
    25. FUNNELL E
      RESPONSE BIASES IN ORAL READING - AN ACCOUNT OF THE COOCCURRENCE OF SURFACE DYSLEXIA AND SEMANTIC DEMENTIA

      The Quarterly journal of experimental psychology. A, Human experimental psychology
    26. BERNDT RS; HAENDIGES AN; MITCHUM CC; WAYLAND SC
      AN INVESTIGATION OF NONLEXICAL READING IMPAIRMENTS

      Cognitive neuropsychology
    27. SASANUMA S; ITO H; PATTERSON K; ITO T
      PHONOLOGICAL ALEXIA IN JAPANESE - A CASE-STUDY

      Cognitive neuropsychology
    28. FARAH MJ; STOWE RM; LEVINSON KL
      PHONOLOGICAL DYSLEXIA - LOSS OF A READING-SPECIFIC COMPONENT OF THE COGNITIVE ARCHITECTURE

      Cognitive neuropsychology
    29. CUETOS F; VALLEARROYO F; SUAREZ MP
      A CASE OF PHONOLOGICAL DYSLEXIA IN SPANISH

      Cognitive neuropsychology
    30. PLAUT DC
      RELEARNING AFTER DAMAGE IN CONNECTIONIST NETWORKS - TOWARD A THEORY OF REHABILITATION

      Brain and language
    31. PLAUT DC; MCCLELLAND JL; SEIDENBERG MS; PATTERSON K
      UNDERSTANDING NORMAL AND IMPAIRED WORD READING - COMPUTATIONAL PRINCIPLES IN QUASI-REGULAR DOMAINS

      Psychological review
    32. HANLEY JR; KAY J
      READING SPEED IN PURE ALEXIA

      Neuropsychologia
    33. MARTIN RC
      HETEROGENEITY OF DEFICITS IN DEVELOPMENTAL DYSLEXIA AND IMPLICATIONS FOR METHODOLOGY

      Psychonomic bulletin & review
    34. NICKELS L
      READING TOO LITTLE INTO READING - STRATEGIES IN THE REHABILITATION OFACQUIRED DYSLEXIA

      European journal of disorders of communication
    35. RUPPIN E
      NEURAL MODELING OF PSYCHIATRIC-DISORDERS

      Network
    36. BROOM YM; DOCTOR EA
      DEVELOPMENTAL PHONOLOGICAL DYSLEXIA - A CASE-STUDY OF THE EFFICACY OFA REMEDIATION PROGRAM

      Cognitive neuropsychology
    37. LAINE M; NIEMI J; KOIVUSELKASALLINEN P; HYONA J
      MORPHOLOGICAL PROCESSING OF POLYMORPHEMIC NOUNS IN A HIGHLY INFLECTING LANGUAGE

      Cognitive neuropsychology
    38. BEHRMANN M; SHALLICE T
      PORE ALEXIA - A NONSPATIAL VISUAL DISORDER AFFECTING LETTER ACTIVATION

      Cognitive neuropsychology
    39. VALDOIS S; GERARD C; VANAULT P; DUGAS M
      PERIPHERAL DEVELOPMENTAL DYSLEXIA - A VISUAL ATTENTIONAL ACCOUNT

      Cognitive neuropsychology
    40. BULLINARIA JA; CHATER N
      CONNECTIONIST MODELING - IMPLICATIONS FOR COGNITIVE NEUROPSYCHOLOGY

      Language and cognitive processes
    41. MICELI G
      MORPHOLOGICAL ERRORS AND THE REPRESENTATION OF MORPHOLOGY IN THE LEXICAL-SEMANTIC SYSTEM

      Philosophical transactions-Royal Society of London. Biological sciences
    42. LAINE M; NIEMI J; KOIVUSELKASALLINEN P; AHLSEN E; HYONA J
      A NEUROLINGUISTIC ANALYSIS OF MORPHOLOGICAL DEFICITS IN A FINNISH-SWEDISH BILINGUAL APHASIC

      Clinical linguistics & phonetics
    43. TYLER LK; OSTRIN RK
      THE PROCESSING OF SIMPLE AND COMPLEX WORDS IN AN AGRAMMATIC PATIENT -EVIDENCE FROM PRIMING

      Neuropsychologia
    44. HARLEY TA
      CONNECTIONIST APPROACHES TO LANGUAGE DISORDERS

      Aphasiology
    45. PLAUT DC; SHALLICE T
      DEEP DYSLEXIA - A CASE-STUDY OF CONNECTIONIST NEUROPSYCHOLOGY

      Cognitive neuropsychology


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