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    1. Flavio Michi
      Notizie sparse dal mondo del circo

      Circo
    2. Friedman, RB; Sample, DM; Lott, SN
      The role of level of representation in the use of paired associate learning for rehabilitation of alexia

      NEUROPSYCHOLOGIA
    3. Pinel, P; Dehaene, S; Riviere, D; LeBihan, D
      Modulation of parietal activation by semantic distance in a number comparison task

      NEUROIMAGE
    4. Laganaro, M; Venet, MO
      Acquired alexia in multilingual aphasia and computer-assisted treatment inboth languages: Issues of generalisation and transfer

      FOLIA PHONIATRICA ET LOGOPAEDICA
    5. Matsuo, K; Kato, C; Tanaka, S; Sugio, T; Matsuzawa, M; Inui, T; Moriya, T; Glover, GH; Nakai, T
      Visual language and handwriting movement: Functional magnetic resonance imaging at 3 tesla during generation of ideographic characters

      BRAIN RESEARCH BULLETIN
    6. Delazer, M; Bartha, L
      Transcoding and calculation in aphasia

      APHASIOLOGY
    7. Dehaene, S
      Precis of the number sense

      MIND & LANGUAGE
    8. Montant, M; Behrmann, M
      Phonological activation in pure alexia

      COGNITIVE NEUROPSYCHOLOGY
    9. Humphreys, GW; Mayall, K
      A peripheral reading deficit under conditions of diffuse visual attention

      COGNITIVE NEUROPSYCHOLOGY
    10. Pillon, A; Pesenti, M
      Calculating without reading? Comments on Cohen and Dehaene (2000)

      COGNITIVE NEUROPSYCHOLOGY
    11. Cohen, L; Dehaene, S
      Occam's razor is not a swiss-army knife: A reply to Pillon and Pesenti

      COGNITIVE NEUROPSYCHOLOGY
    12. Harm, MW; Seidenberg, MS
      Are there orthographic impairments in phonological dyslexia?

      COGNITIVE NEUROPSYCHOLOGY
    13. MacKay, DG; James, LE
      The binding problem for syntax, semantics, and prosody: HM's selective sentence-reading deficits under the theoretical-syndrome approach

      LANGUAGE AND COGNITIVE PROCESSES
    14. Mather, DS
      Does dyslexia develop from learning the alphabet in the wrong hemisphere? A cognitive neuroscience analysis

      BRAIN AND LANGUAGE
    15. Southwood, MH; Chatterjee, A
      The simultaneous activation hypothesis: Explaining recovery from deep to phonological dyslexia

      BRAIN AND LANGUAGE
    16. Girkin, CA; Miller, NR
      Central disorders of vision in humans

      SURVEY OF OPHTHALMOLOGY
    17. Behrmann, M; Shomstein, SS; Black, SE; Barton, JJS
      The eye movements of pure alexic patients during reading and nonreading tasks

      NEUROPSYCHOLOGIA
    18. Mendez, MF
      Visuospatial deficits with preserved reading ability in a patient with posterior cortical atrophy

      CORTEX
    19. Schon, D; Semenza, C; Denes, G
      Naming of musical notes: A selective deficit in one musical clef

      CORTEX
    20. Ohtake, H; Fujii, T; Yamadori, A; Fujimori, M; Hayakawa, Y; Suzuki, K
      The influence of misnaming on object recognition: A case of multimodal agnosia

      CORTEX
    21. Beland, R; Mimouni, Z
      Deep dyslexia in the two languages of an Arabic/French bilingual patient

      COGNITION
    22. Leff, AP; Crewes, H; Plant, GT; Scott, SK; Kennard, C; Wise, RJS
      The functional anatomy of single-word reading in patients with hemianopic and pure alexia

      BRAIN
    23. Hemminger, U; Roth, E; Schneck, S; Jans, T; Warnke, A
      Methods of diagnostic testing to assess skills in reading, writing and arithmetic: A critical survey

      ZEITSCHRIFT FUR KINDER-UND JUGENDPSYCHIATRIE UND PSYCHOTHERAPIE
    24. Gerhand, S; McCaffer, F; Barry, C
      Surface or deep dyslexia? A report of a patient who makes both regularization and semantic errors in oral reading

      NEUROCASE
    25. Cappelletti, M; Waley-Cohen, H; Butterworth, B; Kopelman, M
      A selective loss of the ability to read and to write music

      NEUROCASE
    26. Manning, L
      Loss of visual imagery and defective recognition of parts of wholes in optic aphasia

      NEUROCASE
    27. Heider, B
      Visual form agnosia: Neural mechanisms and anatomical foundations

      NEUROCASE
    28. Bowers, JS
      In defense of abstractionist theories of repetition priming and word identification

      PSYCHONOMIC BULLETIN & REVIEW
    29. Simos, PG; Breier, JI; Fletcher, JM; Bergman, E; Papanicolaou, AC
      Cerebral mechanisms involved in word reading in dyslexic children: A magnetic source imaging approach

      CEREBRAL CORTEX
    30. Hamilton, R; Keenan, JP; Catala, M; Pascual-Leone, A
      Alexia for Braille following bilateral occipital stroke in an early blind woman

      NEUROREPORT
    31. Kawamura, M; Midorikawa, A; Kezuka, M
      Cerebral localization of the center for reading and writing music

      NEUROREPORT
    32. Midorikawa, A; Kawamura, M
      A case of musical agraphia

      NEUROREPORT
    33. Lueck, KL; Mendez, MF; Perryman, KM
      Eye movement abnormalities during reading in patients with Alzheimer disease

      NEUROPSYCHIATRY NEUROPSYCHOLOGY AND BEHAVIORAL NEUROLOGY
    34. Della Sala, S; Kinnear, P; Spinnler, H; Stangalino, C
      Color-to-figure matching in Alzheimer's disease

      ARCHIVES OF CLINICAL NEUROPSYCHOLOGY
    35. Kremin, H; Chomel-Guillaume, S; Ferrand, I; Bakchine, S
      Dissociation of reading strategies: Letter-by-letter reading in the nativelanguage and normal reading in the learned language, a case study

      BRAIN AND COGNITION
    36. Coslett, HB
      Acquired dyslexia

      SEMINARS IN NEUROLOGY
    37. Rizzo, M
      Clinical assessment of complex visual dysfunction

      SEMINARS IN NEUROLOGY
    38. Hoogenraad, TU
      Right hemiparalexia vera: word blindness for the right part of words despite normal fields of vision

      NEURO-OPHTHALMOLOGY
    39. Dalmas, JF; Dansilio, S
      Visuographemic alexia: A new form of a peripheral acquired dyslexia

      BRAIN AND LANGUAGE
    40. Friedman, RB; Lott, SN
      Rapid word identification in pure alexia is lexical but not semantic

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

      BRAIN AND LANGUAGE
    42. Southwood, MH; Chatterjee, A
      The interaction of multiple routes in oral reading: Evidence from dissociations in naming and oral reading in phonological dyslexia

      BRAIN AND LANGUAGE
    43. Goodglass, H; Lindfield, KC; Alexander, MP
      Semantic capacities of the right hemisphere as seen in two cases of pure word blindness

      JOURNAL OF PSYCHOLINGUISTIC RESEARCH
    44. Sitton, M; Mozer, MC; Farah, MJ
      Superadditive effects of multiple lesions in a connectionist architecture:Implications for the neuropsychology of optic aphasia

      PSYCHOLOGICAL REVIEW
    45. Yamadori, A
      Neuropsychological model of reading based on Japanese experiences

      PSYCHOLOGIA
    46. Cohen, L; Dehaene, S; Chochon, F; Lehericy, S; Naccache, L
      Language and calculation within the parietal lobe: a combined cognitive, anatomical and fMRI study

      NEUROPSYCHOLOGIA
    47. Sakurai, Y; Takeuchi, S; Takada, T; Horiuchi, E; Nakase, H; Sakuta, M
      Alexia caused by a fusiform or posterior inferior temporal lesion

      JOURNAL OF THE NEUROLOGICAL SCIENCES
    48. Suzuki, K; Yamadori, A
      Intact verbal description of letters with diminished awareness of their forms

      JOURNAL OF NEUROLOGY NEUROSURGERY AND PSYCHIATRY
    49. Pesenti, M; Thioux, M; Samson, D; Bruyer, R; Seron, X
      Number processing and calculation in a case of visual agnosia

      CORTEX
    50. Tzortzis, C; Goldblum, MC; Dang, M; Forette, F; Boller, F
      Absence of amusia and preserved naming of musical instruments in an aphasic composer

      CORTEX
    51. Nakamura, K; Honda, M; Okada, T; Hanakawa, T; Toma, K; Fukuyama, H; Konishi, J; Shibasaki, H
      Participation of the left posterior inferior temporal cortex in writing and mental recall of kanji orthography - A functional MRI study

      BRAIN
    52. Cohen, L; Dehaene, S; Naccache, L; Lehericy, S; Dehaene-Lambertz, G; Henaff, MA; Michel, F
      The visual word form area - Spatial and temporal characterization of an initial stage of reading in normal subjects and posterior split-brain patients

      BRAIN
    53. Coltheart, M
      Modularity and cognition

      TRENDS IN COGNITIVE SCIENCES
    54. Masson, MEJ; Hicks, CL
      The influence of selection for response on repetition priming of word identification

      CANADIAN JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY-REVUE CANADIENNE DE PSYCHOLOGIE EXPERIMENTALE
    55. Lanzinger, S; Weder, B; Oettli, R; Fretz, C
      Neuroimaging findings in a patient recovering from global alexia to spelling dyslexia

      JOURNAL OF NEUROIMAGING
    56. Patterson, K; Ralph, MAL
      Selective disorders of reading?

      CURRENT OPINION IN NEUROBIOLOGY
    57. Waters, AJ; Underwood, G
      Processing pitch and temporal structures in music reading: Independent or interactive processing mechanisms?

      EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF COGNITIVE PSYCHOLOGY
    58. Fiez, JA; Balota, DA; Raichle, ME; Petersen, SE
      Effects of lexicality, frequency, and spelling-to-sound consistency on thefunctional anatomy of reading

      NEURON
    59. Plaut, DC
      A connectionist approach to word reading and acquired dyslexia: Extension to sequential processing

      COGNITIVE SCIENCE
    60. Sinn, H; Blanken, G
      Visual errors in acquired dyslexia: Evidence for cascaded lexical processing

      COGNITIVE NEUROPSYCHOLOGY
    61. Pitchford, NJ; Funnell, E
      An acquired form of developmental phonological dyslexia

      COGNITIVE NEUROPSYCHOLOGY
    62. Iribarren, IC; Jarema, G; Lecours, AR
      Lexical reading in Spanish: Two cases of phonological dyslexia

      APPLIED PSYCHOLINGUISTICS
    63. Whatmough, C; Arguin, M; Bub, D
      Cross-modal priming evidence for phonology-to-orthography activation in visual word recognition

      BRAIN AND LANGUAGE
    64. Hatta, T
      Special issue: Cognitive processing of the Japanese and Chinese languages

      PSYCHOLOGIA
    65. Buxbaum, LJ; Glosser, G; Coslett, HB
      Impaired face and word recognition without object agnosia

      NEUROPSYCHOLOGIA
    66. Kerkhoff, G; Heldmann, B
      Balint syndrom and associated disorders. Anamnesis, diagnostic and treatment approaches

      NERVENARZT
    67. Leker, RR; Biran, I
      Unidirectional dyslexia in a polyglot

      JOURNAL OF NEUROLOGY NEUROSURGERY AND PSYCHIATRY
    68. Cuetos, F; Ellis, AW
      Visual paralexias in a Spanish-speaking patient with acquired dyslexia: A consequence of visual and semantic impairments?

      CORTEX
    69. Tarkiainen, A; Helenius, P; Hansen, PC; Cornelissen, PL; Salmelin, R
      Dynamics of letter string perception in the human occipitotemporal cortex

      BRAIN
    70. Greenwald, ML; Rothi, LJG
      Lexical access via letter naming in a profoundly alexic and anomic patient: A treatment study

      JOURNAL OF THE INTERNATIONAL NEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL SOCIETY
    71. 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
    72. Beeson, PM; Insalaco, D
      Acquired alexia: Lessons from successful treatment

      JOURNAL OF THE INTERNATIONAL NEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL SOCIETY
    73. Maher, LM; Clayton, MC; Barrett, AM; Schober-Peterson, D; Rothi, LJG
      Rehabilitation of a case of pure alexia: Exploiting residual abilities

      JOURNAL OF THE INTERNATIONAL NEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL SOCIETY
    74. BOWERS JS; MICHITA Y
      AN INVESTIGATION INTO THE STRUCTURE AND ACQUISITION OF ORTHOGRAPHIC KNOWLEDGE - EVIDENCE FROM CROSS-SCRIPT KANJI-HIRAGANA PRIMING

      Psychonomic bulletin & review
    75. MCKEOWN MJ; MAKEIG S; BROWN GG; JUNG TP; KINDERMANN SS; BELL AJ; SEJNOWSKI TJ
      ANALYSIS OF FMRI DATA BY BLIND SEPARATION INTO INDEPENDENT SPATIAL COMPONENTS

      Human brain mapping
    76. Mendez, MF; Cherrier, MM
      The evolution of alexia and simultanagnosia in posterior cortical atrophy

      NEUROPSYCHIATRY NEUROPSYCHOLOGY AND BEHAVIORAL NEUROLOGY
    77. FISET S; ARGUIN M
      THE INDEPENDENCE OF LETTER AND WORD-PROCESSING IN LETTER-BY-LETTER READING

      Brain and cognition
    78. 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
    79. ARDILA A
      SEMANTIC PARALEXIAS IN THE SPANISH-LANGUAGE

      Aphasiology
    80. BEHRMANN M; PLAUT DC; NELSON J
      A LITERATURE-REVIEW AND NEW DATA SUPPORTING AN INTERACTIVE ACCOUNT OFLETTER-BY-LETTER READING

      Cognitive neuropsychology
    81. ARGUIN M; BUB D; BOWERS J
      EXTENT AND LIMITS OF COVERT LEXICAL ACTIVATION IN LETTER-BY-LETTER READING

      Cognitive neuropsychology
    82. SAFFRAN EM; COSLETT HB
      IMPLICIT VS. LETTER-BY-LETTER READING IN PURE ALEXIA - A TALE OF 2 SYSTEMS

      Cognitive neuropsychology
    83. CHIALANT D; CARAMAZZA A
      PERCEPTUAL AND LEXICAL FACTORS IN A CASE OF LETTER-BY-LETTER READING

      Cognitive neuropsychology
    84. LEPORE FE
      VISUAL DEFICITS IN ALEXIA WITHOUT AGRAPHIA

      Neuro-ophthalmology
    85. Bowers, JS; Vigliocco, G; Haan, R
      Orthographic, phonological, and articulatory contributions to masked letter and word priming

      JOURNAL OF EXPERIMENTAL PSYCHOLOGY-HUMAN PERCEPTION AND PERFORMANCE
    86. YASUDA K; ONO Y
      COMPREHENSION OF FAMOUS PERSONAL AND GEOGRAPHICAL NAMES IN GLOBAL APHASIC SUBJECTS

      Brain and language
    87. PALLER KA; GROSS M
      BRAIN POTENTIALS ASSOCIATED WITH PERCEPTUAL PRIMING VS EXPLICIT REMEMBERING DURING THE REPETITION OF VISUAL WORD-FORM

      Neuropsychologia
    88. BARTOLOMEO P; BACHOUDLEVI AC; DEGELDER B; DENES G; DALLABARBA G; BRUGIERES P; DEGOS JD
      MULTIPLE-DOMAIN DISSOCIATION BETWEEN IMPAIRED VISUAL-PERCEPTION AND PRESERVED MENTAL-IMAGERY IN A PATIENT WITH BILATERAL EXTRASTRIATE LESIONS

      Neuropsychologia
    89. STRAIN E; PATTERSON K; GRAHAM N; HODGES JR
      WORD READING IN ALZHEIMERS-DISEASE - CROSS-SECTIONAL AND LONGITUDINALANALYSES OF RESPONSE-TIME AND ACCURACY DATA

      Neuropsychologia
    90. BEHRMANN M; NELSON J; SEKULER EB
      VISUAL COMPLEXITY IN LETTER-BY-LETTER READING - PURE ALEXIA IS NOT PURE

      Neuropsychologia
    91. AGLIOTI S; BELTRAMELLO A; TASSINARI G; BERLUCCHI G
      PARADOXICALLY GREATER INTERHEMISPHERIC-TRANSFER DEFICITS IN PARTIAL THAN COMPLETE CALLOSAL AGENESIS

      Neuropsychologia
    92. KOYAMA S; KAKIGI R; HOSHIYAMA M; KITAMURA Y
      READING OF JAPANESE KANJI (MORPHOGRAMS) AND KANA (SYLLABOGRAMS) - A MAGNETOENCEPHALOGRAPHIC STUDY

      Neuropsychologia
    93. BUCHEL C; PRICE C; FRISTON K
      A MULTIMODAL LANGUAGE REGION IN THE VENTRAL VISUAL PATHWAY

      Nature
    94. RUBIN DC; GREENBERG DL
      VISUAL MEMORY-DEFICIT AMNESIA - A DISTINCT AMNESIC PRESENTATION AND ETIOLOGY

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    95. FIEZ JA; PETERSEN SE
      NEUROIMAGING STUDIES OF WORD READING

      Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United Statesof America
    96. GOLDENBERG G; KARLBAUER P
      THE MORE YOU KNOW THE LESS YOU CAN TELL - INHIBITORY EFFECTS OF VISUO-SEMANTIC ACTIVATION ON MODALITY-SPECIFIC VISUAL MISNAMING

      Cortex
    97. DERENZI E; DIPELLEGRINO G
      PROSOPAGNOSIA AND ALEXIA WITHOUT OBJECT AGNOSIA

      Cortex
    98. CHANOINE V; FERREIRA CT; DEMONET JF; NESPOULOUS JL; PONCET M
      OPTIC APHASIA WITH PURE ALEXIA - A MILD FORM OF VISUAL ASSOCIATIVE AGNOSIA - A CASE-STUDY

      Cortex
    99. COHEN L; DEHAENE S
      COMPETITION BETWEEN PAST AND PRESENT - ASSESSMENT AND INTERPRETATION OF VERBAL PERSEVERATIONS

      Brain (Print)
    100. MARCEL AJ
      BLINDSIGHT AND SHAPE PERCEPTION - DEFICIT OF VISUAL CONSCIOUSNESS OR OF VISUAL FUNCTION

      Brain (Print)


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