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    1. Glosser, G; Donofrio, N
      Differences between nouns and verbs after anterior temporal lobectomy

      NEUROPSYCHOLOGY
    2. Raymer, AM
      Acquired language disorders

      TOPICS IN LANGUAGE DISORDERS
    3. Law, SP; Or, B
      A case study of acquired dyslexia and dysgraphia in Cantonese: evidence for nonsemantic pathways for reading and writing Chinese

      COGNITIVE NEUROPSYCHOLOGY
    4. Tranel, D; Adolphs, R; Damasio, H; Damasio, AR
      A neural basis for the retrieval of words for actions

      COGNITIVE NEUROPSYCHOLOGY
    5. Badecker, W
      Lexical composition and the production of compounds: Evidence from errors in naming

      LANGUAGE AND COGNITIVE PROCESSES
    6. Ohnesorge, C; Van Lancker, D
      Cerebral laterality for famous proper nouns: Visual recognition by normal subjects

      BRAIN AND LANGUAGE
    7. Shapiro, K; Caramazza, A
      Sometimes a noun is just a noun: Comments on Bird, Howard, and Franklin (2000)

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

      SURVEY OF OPHTHALMOLOGY
    9. Proverbio, AM; Lilli, S; Semenza, C; Zani, A
      ERP indexes of functional differences in brain activation during proper and common names retrieval

      NEUROPSYCHOLOGIA
    10. Collina, S; Marangolo, P; Tabossi, P
      The role of argument structure in the production of nouns and verbs

      NEUROPSYCHOLOGIA
    11. Okuda, B; Kawabata, K; Tachibana, H; Sugita, M; Tanaka, H
      Postencephalitic pure anemic aphasia: 2-year follow-up

      JOURNAL OF THE NEUROLOGICAL SCIENCES
    12. Kay, J; Hanley, JR; Miles, R
      Exploring the relationship between proper name anomia and word retrieval: A single case study

      CORTEX
    13. Weekes, B
      Oral reading in Chinese: evidence from dementia of the Alzheimer's type

      INTERNATIONAL JOURNAL OF LANGUAGE & COMMUNICATION DISORDERS
    14. Berndt, RS; Haendiges, AN
      Grammatical class in word and sentence production: Evidence from an aphasic patient

      JOURNAL OF MEMORY AND LANGUAGE
    15. Neuner, F; Schweinberger, SR
      Neuropsychological impairments in the recognition of faces, voices, and personal names

      BRAIN AND COGNITION
    16. Shapiro, K; Shelton, J; Caramazza, A
      Grammatical class in lexical production and morphological processing: Evidence from a case of fluent aphasia

      COGNITIVE NEUROPSYCHOLOGY
    17. Cipolotti, L
      Sparing of country and nationality names in a case of modality-specific oral output impairment: Implications for theories of speech production

      COGNITIVE NEUROPSYCHOLOGY
    18. Miceli, G; Capasso, R; Daniele, A; Esposito, T; Magarelli, M; Tomaiuolo, F
      Selective deficit for people's names following left temporal damage: An impairment of domain-specific conceptual knowledge

      COGNITIVE NEUROPSYCHOLOGY
    19. Law, SP; Or, B
      Nonsemantic pathways of reading and writing Chinese: Data from a Cantonese-speaking brain-damaged patient

      BRAIN AND LANGUAGE
    20. Gold, M; VanDam, D; Silliman, ER
      An open-label trial of bromocriptine in nonfluent aphasia: A qualitative analysis of word storage and retrieval

      BRAIN AND LANGUAGE
    21. Bird, H; Howard, D; Franklin, S
      Why is a verb like an inanimate object? Grammatical category and semantic category deficits

      BRAIN AND LANGUAGE
    22. Druks, J; Shallice, T
      Selective preservation of naming from description and the "restricted preverbal message"

      BRAIN AND LANGUAGE
    23. Ralph, MAL; Sage, K; Roberts, J
      Classical anemia: a neuropsychological perspective on speech production

      NEUROPSYCHOLOGIA
    24. Passafiume, D; Di Giacomo, D; Giubilei, F
      Reading latency of words and nonwords in Alzheimer's patients

      CORTEX
    25. Milders, M
      Naming famous faces and buildings

      CORTEX
    26. Milders, M; Deelman, B; Berg, I
      Retrieving familiar people's names in patients with severe closed-head injuries

      JOURNAL OF CLINICAL AND EXPERIMENTAL NEUROPSYCHOLOGY
    27. Takeda, M; Tachibana, H; Shibuya, N; Nakajima, Y; Okuda, B; Sugita, M; Tanaka, H
      Pure anemic aphasia caused by a subcortical hemorrhage in the left temporo-parieto-occipital lobe

      INTERNAL MEDICINE
    28. Coen, RF; Kidd, N; Denihan, A; Cunningham, C; Bruce, I; Buggy, F; O'Neill, D; Walsh, JB; Coakley, D; Lawlor, BA
      The utility of naming tests in the diagnosis of Alzheimer's disease

      IRISH JOURNAL OF PSYCHOLOGICAL MEDICINE
    29. Vigliocco, G; Vinson, DP; Martin, RC; Garrett, MF
      Is "count" and "mass" information available when the noun is not? An investigation of tip of the tongue states and anomia

      JOURNAL OF MEMORY AND LANGUAGE
    30. Crosson, B
      Subcortical mechanisms in language: Lexical-semantic mechanisms and the thalamus

      BRAIN AND COGNITION
    31. Ralph, MAL; Cipolotti, L; Patterson, K
      Oral naming and oral reading: Do they speak the same language?

      COGNITIVE NEUROPSYCHOLOGY
    32. Semenza, C; Luzzatti, C; Mondini, S
      Lemma theory and aphasiology

      BEHAVIORAL AND BRAIN SCIENCES
    33. Sereno, JA
      Hemispheric differences in grammatical class

      BRAIN AND LANGUAGE
    34. Hillis, AE; Boatman, D; Hart, J; Gordon, B
      Making sense out of jargon - A neurolinguistic and computational account of jargon aphasia

      NEUROLOGY
    35. Bromley, RG
      Anomiid (bivalve) bioerosion on Pleistocene pectinid (bivalve) shells, Rhodes, Greece

      GEOLOGIE EN MIJNBOUW
    36. Saetti, MC; Marangolo, P; De Renzi, E; Rinaldi, MC; Lattanzi, E
      The nature of the disorder underlying the inability to retrieve proper names

      CORTEX
    37. Papagno, C; Muggia, S
      Naming people ignoring semantics in a patient with left frontal damage

      CORTEX
    38. Robinson, G; Rossor, M; Cipolotti, L
      Selective sparing of verb naming in a case of severe Alzheimer's disease

      CORTEX
    39. Izaute, M
      About naming: The specificity of proper names.

      ANNEE PSYCHOLOGIQUE
    40. MILDERS M
      LEARNING PEOPLES NAMES FOLLOWING SEVERE CLOSED-HEAD INJURY

      Neuropsychology, development, and cognition. Section A, Journal of clinical and experimental neuropsychology
    41. Robson, J; Marshall, J; Pring, T; Chiat, S
      Phonological naming therapy in jargon aphasia: Positive but paradoxical effects

      JOURNAL OF THE INTERNATIONAL NEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL SOCIETY
    42. FADDA L; TURRIZIANI P; CARLESIMO GA; NOCENTINI U; CALTAGIRONE C
      SELECTIVE PROPER NAME ANEMIA IN A PATIENT WITH ASYMMETRIC CORTICAL DEGENERATION

      European journal of neurology
    43. BREDART S; VALENTINE T
      DESCRIPTIVENESS AND PROPER NAME RETRIEVAL

      Memory
    44. MARCELL MM; BUSBY EA; MANSKER JK; WHELAN ML
      CONFRONTATION NAMING OF FAMILIAR SOUNDS AND PICTURES BY INDIVIDUALS WITH DOWN-SYNDROME

      American journal of mental retardation
    45. JONKERS R; BASTIAANSE R
      HOW SELECTIVE ARE SELECTIVE WORD CLASS DEFICITS - 2 CASE-STUDIES OF ACTION AND OBJECT NAMING

      Aphasiology
    46. WEEKES BS; CHEN MJ; QUN HC; LIN YB; YAO C; XIAO XY
      ANEMIA AND DYSLEXIA IN CHINESE - A FAMILIAR STORY

      Aphasiology
    47. GEORGIEFF N; DOMINEY PF; MICHEL F; MARIECARDINE M; DALERY J
      ANEMIA IN MAJOR DEPRESSIVE STATE

      Psychiatry research
    48. Kohn, SE; Cragnolino, A
      The role of lexical co-occurrence in aphasic sentence production

      APPLIED PSYCHOLINGUISTICS
    49. MARSHALL J; PRING T; CHIAT S
      VERB RETRIEVAL AND SENTENCE PRODUCTION IN APHASIA

      Brain and language (Print)
    50. YASUDA K; ONO Y
      COMPREHENSION OF FAMOUS PERSONAL AND GEOGRAPHICAL NAMES IN GLOBAL APHASIC SUBJECTS

      Brain and language
    51. Marien, P; Mampaey, E; Vervaet, A; Saerens, J; De Deyn, PP
      Normative data for the Boston Naming Test in native Dutch-speaking Belgianelderly

      BRAIN AND LANGUAGE
    52. RALPH MAL; GRAHAM KS; ELLIS AW; HODGES JR
      NAMING IN SEMANTIC DEMENTIA - WHAT MATTERS

      Neuropsychologia
    53. PAPAGNO C; CAPITANI E
      PROPER NAME ANEMIA - A CASE WITH SPARING OF THE FIRST-LETTER KNOWLEDGE

      Neuropsychologia
    54. 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
    55. WILLIAMSON DJG; ADAIR JC; RAYMER AM; HEILMAN KM
      OBJECT AND ACTION NAMING IN ALZHEIMERS-DISEASE

      Cortex
    56. BERNDT RS; MITCHUM CC
      LEXICAL-SEMANTIC ORGANIZATION - EVIDENCE FROM APHASIA

      Clinical neuroscience
    57. GEVA A; MOSCOVITCH M; LEACH L
      PERCEPTUAL PRIMING OF PROPER-NAMES IN YOUNG AND OLDER NORMAL ADULTS AND A PATIENT WITH PROSOPANOMIA

      Neuropsychology
    58. PERSELL CH
      THE INTERDEPENDENCE OF SOCIAL-JUSTICE AND CIVIL-SOCIETY

      Sociological forum
    59. FISHER CM
      DIFFICULTY RECALLING PEOPLES NAMES

      Canadian journal of neurological sciences
    60. FREIDL W
      THE IMPACT OF ANOMIA AS A FACTOR IN A DEMAND RESOURCE MODEL OF HEALTH

      Social science & medicine
    61. SCANLAN LC; JOHNSTON RA
      I RECOGNIZE YOUR FACE, BUT I CANT REMEMBER YOUR NAME - A GROWN-UP EXPLANATION

      The Quarterly journal of experimental psychology. A, Human experimental psychology
    62. MARSHALL J; CHIAT S; PRING T
      AN IMPAIRMENT IN PROCESSING VERBS THEMATIC ROLES - A THERAPY STUDY

      Aphasiology
    63. MCCALL D; COX DM; SHELTON JR; WEINRICH M
      THE INFLUENCE OF SYNTACTIC AND SEMANTIC INFORMATION ON PICTURE-NAMINGPERFORMANCE IN APHASIC PATIENTS

      Aphasiology
    64. DELOCHE G; HANNEQUIN D; DORDAIN M; PERRIER D; CARDEBAT D; METZLUTZ MN; PICHARD B; QUINT S; KREMIN H
      PICTURE WRITTEN NAMING - PERFORMANCE PARALLELS AND DIVERGENCES BETWEEN APHASIC PATIENTS AND NORMAL SUBJECTS

      Aphasiology
    65. KOHN SE; CRAGNOLINO A; PUSTEJOVSKY J
      PRONOUN PRODUCTION IN AGRAMMATIC SPEAKERS - PATTERNS OF USE AND AVOIDANCE IN CONTEXT NEUTRAL SENTENCES

      Aphasiology
    66. HANLEY JR; KAY J
      AN EFFECT OF IMAGEABILITY ON THE PRODUCTION OF PHONOLOGICAL ERRORS INAUDITORY REPETITION

      Cognitive neuropsychology
    67. LUCCHELLI F; MUGGIA S; SPINNLER H
      SELECTIVE PROPER NAME ANEMIA - A CASE INVOLVING ONLY CONTEMPORARY CELEBRITIES

      Cognitive neuropsychology
    68. BREDART S; BRENNEN T; VALENTINE T
      DISSOCIATIONS BETWEEN THE PROCESSING OF PROPER AND COMMON NAMES

      Cognitive neuropsychology
    69. MICELI G; CAPASSO R
      SEMANTIC ERRORS AS NEUROPSYCHOLOGICAL EVIDENCE FOR THE INDEPENDENCE AND THE INTERACTION OF ORTHOGRAPHIC AND PHONOLOGICAL WORD FORMS

      Language and cognitive processes
    70. BAUM SR
      PHONOLOGICAL, SEMANTIC, AND MEDIATED PRIMING IN APHASIA

      Brain and language
    71. CROSSON B; MOBERG PJ; BOONE JR; ROTHI LJG; RAYMER A
      CATEGORY-SPECIFIC NAMING DEFICIT FOR MEDICAL TERMS AFTER DOMINANT THALAMIC CAPSULAR HEMORRHAGE/

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

      Brain and language
    73. LEPLOW B; DIERKS CH; LEHNUNG M; KENKEL S; BEHRENS C; FRANK G; MEHDORN M
      REMOTE MEMORY IN PATIENTS WITH ACUTE BRAIN INJURIES

      Neuropsychologia
    74. REINKEMEIER M; MARKOWITSCH HJ; RAUCH M; KESSLER J
      DIFFERENTIAL IMPAIRMENTS IN RECALLING PEOPLES NAMES - A CASE-STUDY INSEARCH OF NEUROANATOMICAL CORRELATES

      Neuropsychologia
    75. RAYMER AM; MOBERG P; CROSSON B; NADEAU S; ROTHI LJG
      LEXICAL-SEMANTIC DEFICITS IN 2 PATIENTS WITH DOMINANT THALAMIC INFARCTION

      Neuropsychologia
    76. BERNDT RS; HAENDIGES AN; WOZNIAK MA
      VERB RETRIEVAL AND SENTENCE PROCESSING - DISSOCIATION OF AN ESTABLISHED SYMPTOM ASSOCIATION

      Cortex
    77. DERENZI E; SAETTI MC
      ASSOCIATIVE AGNOSIA AND OPTIC APHASIA - QUALITATIVE OR QUANTITATIVE DIFFERENCE

      Cortex
    78. CARAMAZZA A; MIOZZO M
      THE RELATION BETWEEN SYNTACTIC AND PHONOLOGICAL KNOWLEDGE IN LEXICAL ACCESS - EVIDENCE FROM THE TIP-OF-THE-TONGUE PHENOMENON

      Cognition
    79. MULLER HM; KUTAS M
      WHATS IN A NAME - ELECTROPHYSIOLOGICAL DIFFERENCES BETWEEN SPOKEN NOUNS, PROPER-NAMES NAME

      NeuroReport
    80. ADOLPHS R; DAMASIO H; TRANEL D; DAMASIO AR
      CORTICAL SYSTEMS FOR THE RECOGNITION OF EMOTION IN FACIAL EXPRESSIONS

      The Journal of neuroscience
    81. BREEDIN SD; MARTIN RC
      PATTERNS OF VERB IMPAIRMENT IN APHASIA - AN ANALYSIS OF 4 CASES

      Cognitive neuropsychology
    82. BRENNEN T
      NAMING FACES AND OBJECTS WITHOUT COMPREHENSION - A CASE-STUDY

      Cognitive neuropsychology
    83. CAMPBELL R; MANNING L
      OPTIC APHASIA - A CASE WITH SPARED ACTION NAMING AND ASSOCIATED DISORDERS

      Brain and language
    84. DELOCHE G; HANNEQUIN D; DORDAIN M; PERRIER D; PICHARD B; QUINT S; METZLUTZ MN; KREMIN H; CARDEBAT D
      CONFRONTATION ORAL NAMING - PERFORMANCE DIFFERENCES BETWEEN APHASICS AND NORMALS

      Brain and language
    85. MANNING L; WARRINGTON EK
      2 ROUTES TO NAMING - A CASE-STUDY

      Neuropsychologia
    86. MALOW BA; BLAXTON TA; SATO S; BOOKHEIMER SY; KUFTA CV; FIGLOZZI CM; THEODORE WH
      CORTICAL STIMULATION ELICITS REGIONAL DISTINCTIONS IN AUDITORY AND VISUAL NAMING

      Epilepsia
    87. ENDO K; MAKISHITA H; YANAGISAWA N; SUGISHITA M
      MODALITY-SPECIFIC NAMING AND GESTURE DISTURBANCES - A CASE WITH OPTICAPHASIA, BILATERAL TACTILE APHASIA, OPTIC APRAXIA AND TACTILE APRAXIA

      Cortex
    88. RAYMER AM; ROTHI LJG; GREENWALD ML
      THE ROLE OF COGNITIVE MODELS IN LANGUAGE REHABILITATION

      NeuroRehabilitation
    89. JACOBS DH; SHUREN J; BOWERS D; HEILMAN KM
      ANOMIA IN A PATIENT WITH A BASAL FOREBRAIN LESION

      Neuropsychiatry, neuropsychology, and behavioral neurology
    90. KEMPLER D; ANDERSEN ES; HENDERSON VW
      LINGUISTIC AND ATTENTIONAL CONTRIBUTIONS TO ANOMIA IN ALZHEIMERS-DISEASE

      Neuropsychiatry, neuropsychology, and behavioral neurology
    91. NEILS J; BARIS JM; CARTER C; DELLAIRA AL; NORDLOH SJ; WEILER E; WEISIGER B
      EFFECTS OF AGE, EDUCATION AND LIVING ENVIRONMENT ON BOSTON NAMING TEST-PERFORMANCE

      Journal of speech and hearing research
    92. NAGUMO T; YAMADORI A
      CALLOSAL DISCONNECTION SYNDROME AND KNOWLEDGE OF THE BODY - A CASE OFLEFT HAND ISOLATION FROM THE BODY SCHEMA WITH NAMES

      Journal of Neurology, Neurosurgery and Psychiatry
    93. DERENZI E; DIPELLEGRINO G
      SPARING OF VERBS AND PRESERVED, BUT INEFFECTUAL READING IN A PATIENT WITH IMPAIRED WORD PRODUCTION

      Cortex
    94. BEST W
      A REVERSE LENGTH EFFECT IN DYSPHASIC NAMING - WHEN ELEPHANT IS EASIERTHAN ANT

      Cortex
    95. BREEN K; WARRINGTON EK
      IMPAIRED NAMING AND PRESERVED READING - A COMPLETE DISSOCIATION

      Cortex
    96. MICELI G; BENVEGNU B; CAPASSO R; CARAMAZZA A
      SELECTIVE DEFICIT IN PROCESSING DOUBLE LETTERS

      Cortex
    97. HARRIS DM; KAY J
      I RECOGNIZE YOUR FACE BUT I CANT REMEMBER YOUR NAME - IS IT BECAUSE NAMES ARE UNIQUE

      British journal of psychology
    98. MAURI A; DAUM I; SARTORI G; RIESCH G; BIRBAUMER N
      CATEGORY-SPECIFIC SEMANTIC IMPAIRMENT IN ALZHEIMERS-DISEASE AND TEMPORAL-LOBE DYSFUNCTION - A COMPARATIVE-STUDY

      Neuropsychology, development, and cognition. Section A, Journal of clinical and experimental neuropsychology
    99. MAURI A; DAUM I; SARTORI G; RIESCH G; BIRBAUMER N
      CATEGORY-SPECIFIC SEMANTIC IMPAIRMENT IN ALZHEIMERS-DISEASE AND TEMPORAL-LOBE DYSFUNCTION - A COMPARATIVE-STUDY

      Neuropsychology, development, and cognition. Section A, Journal of clinical and experimental neuropsychology
    100. CARAMAZZA A
      PARALLELS AND DIVERGENCES IN THE ACQUISITION AND DISSOLUTION OF LANGUAGE

      Philosophical transactions-Royal Society of London. Biological sciences


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